North Hall swept a pair of matches Tuesday in girls volleyball action.<br />
The Lady Trojans whipped Hart County 25-5, 25-8 and then held off Gainesville in three sets 25-11, 23-25, 25-16.<br />
Julie Daniels had 22 kills, three aces, and three digs and Lily Paschall had 44 assists, three aces, and five digs for North Hall. Sydney Cleveland had 17 kills and four aces, Jen Mullican had six aces, five kills, and five blocks, Autumn Tucker had eight kills, Makenzie Bryant had 15 digs, and Bly Belcher had three kills for the Lady Trojans.<br />
Juliana Paschall had three blocks, Kalyn Dyer had four digs, and Kesley Little had three digs for North Hall.
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