Nevada Daily Mail
HUME, Mo. -- The Hume Lady Hornets junior volleyball team put on a strong performance Tuesday as they took on Northeast Vernon County.
In the varsity contest, the Lady Hornets, who have just two starters with varsity experience, pulled away early and never looked back. The Lady Hornets took the opening set by a final score of 25-12 and held on to close out the match, taking the second set by the same score.
Lacie Gooch led the Lady Hornets in serving points with 11, while Hannah Jacobs had a team-high five aces and Tori Sears recorded eight kills and Hope Yarick added seven assists.
In the JV contest, Hume had nearly equal success as NEVC was able to keep the match a little closer, but the Lady Hornets still ultimately came out on top by the final scores of 25-14 and 25-20.
The Lady Hornets are scheduled to get back into action on Tuesday, Sept. 18, when they take on Appleton City at home.