Desoto County Sports

Tuesday DeSoto County scores


Lewisburg 3, Olive Branch 0 (25-7, 25-10, 25-4)

  • For Lewisburg, Jayda Bradley and Ella Grace Holloway each had 9 kills. Bradley served 3 aces. Hallie Wright had 5 kills, Claire Smith had 13 assists and 2 kills and Baylee Burchyett had 4 aces and 11 assists. 

DeSoto Central 3, Hernando 0 (25-15, 25-21, 25-14)

  • For DeSoto Central, Kasey Scruggs had 11 kills and Madison Fairley added 9 kills. Madison Young had 14 assists, 8 digs and served 3 aces. Sydeny Tague had 15 assists and served three aces. Reese McIntosh added 9 digs for the Lady Jags.

Lake Cormorant 3, Southaven 0 (25-6, 25-18, 25-9)

  • For Lake Cormorant, Sofia Gonzalez led in kills with nine, Ariana Woods led in aces with 6, Jania Rose led in digs with 17, and Dallas White led in assists with 14.

Northpoint Christian 3, Harding Academy 0 (25-20, 25-15, 25-23)

  • For Northpoint, Quinn Thurman had 12 kills, Hassie Thurman and Maycee Gross each had 3 kills.  Quinn Thurman served five aces and had 12 digs, Sophie Bauer contributed 26 assists.  

Girls’ soccer

St. George’s (Collierville, Tenn.) at Northpoint Christian (ppd., lightning in area. Rescheduled to Thursday, 5 p.m. at Northpoint)


Lewisburg took home first place in the boys’ division on Tuesday’s first meet of the season at Tupelo and the girls finished fourth.

Girls team results from Tupelo meet

Bob Bakken

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