PFAFFTOWN – One thing’s for certain. When North Surry heads into the 2-A state volleyball playoffs in a couple of weeks, it’s unlikely that it will see any team better than the one it faced on Monday evening.
The Greyhounds, who have downed all seven Western Piedmont 2-A foes it has faced this season, hit the road for a contest against Reagan High School, the state’s third-ranked 4-A team according to MaxPreps.com, and owners of a perfect 18-0 record coming into the match.
Reagan, which has lost just five sets all season and never more than one to any opponent, swept the match 25-14, 25-9, 26-24. It marked the second time this season that the Raiders had beaten the Hounds.
Statistically, North Surry was led by Tyra Galloway (4 kills, 5 blocks and 3 digs), Maggie Hawks (an ace and 10 digs), and Mikaela Johnson (2 kills, an ace and three digs).
The Hounds (12-7, 7-0 WPC) return to 2-A competition for their next match, on Thursday at Surry Central.