LOGANVILLE -- The East Hall volleyball team claimed a tournament title on Saturday at Walnut Grove High in Loganville, winning six matches and going undefeated.<br />
The Lady Vikings (17-2) defeated Madison County (25-13, 25-17), Salem (25-11, 28-26), Cedar Shoals (25-18, 25-19), Stockbridge (25-9, 27-25), Monroe Area (25-23, 25-22) and Madison County (24-26, 25-11, 15-13).<br />
Jessica Chmiel had 28 points. on serve with 12 aces, 9 kills, 1 assist and 7 digs to help lead the Lady Vikings to the crown; Minette Maldonado had 19 points on serve with 6 aces, 22 kills, 5 assists and 17 digs; Ashleigh Burnett scored 50 points on serve with 26 aces, 7 assists, 8 kills and 26 digs; <br />
Emily Roberts had 35 kills, 2 assists, 6 digs and 2 blocks; Allyson Segars had 35 points on serve with 23 aces, 25 kills, 3 assists and 30 digs; Savannah Lindsey had 27 points scored on serve with 3 aces, 1 assist and 78 digs; Cassida Shockley had 34 points on serve with 18 aces, 15 kills, 13 digs and 81 assists.<br />
East Hall set a new program record for best start to a season during the day. <br />
The Lady Vikings will play at Flowery Branch on Tuesday against Newton County and Flowery Branch.
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