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Wildcats volleyball on way up as program
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Richmond Hill High School’s fledgling volleyball team turned four years old in August by debuting in Class AAAAA.

It’s been a good fit so far for the Lady Wildcats, who were unbeaten in Region 3-AAAAA heading into Tuesday night’s matchups against region foes Effingham County and Windsor Forest.

This after the team played tough out of region competition early in the year to help prepare the team for the posteason, coach Ashleigh Davis-Lee said.

"I think our core has become stronger," said Davis-Lee, talking about the after affect of nonregion losses to Bluffton and Savannah Country Day to open the season and a tournament at Camden County. "We struggled at the start of the season. We had some kinks to work out and we worked those out."

It’s been a team effort, too, she said recently, noting she hadn’t named captains because "all of the players are providing really strong leadership. It’s been a phenomenal aspect of this team. They all work together so well."

Read full story in Sept. 5 issue of Bryan County News.

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