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Conley moves on to round four, Rose headed home

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -

The DH Conley Vikings continue their undefeated season (27-0) as the top seed in the volleyball playoffs in on to round four. Conley beat Pine Forest in straight sets and now will host Wilmington Hoggard on Saturday.

Conley won all three sets 25-14 and were led by senior Kori Adams. Adams had 20 assists along with 5 kills. Madison Maloney added 14 assists and Kalee Vanderhorst had 14 kills.

Meanwhile, cross town rival JH Rose fell to former conference rival Hoggard. The Hoggard Vikings won in straight sets as well.

We'll have all your highlights from the Hoggard vs. Conley matchup on 9 on Your Side this weekend!

 

 

 

 

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