With aggressive serving and a balanced attack, the 16th-ranked Panola College Fillies defeated #6 Trinity Valley Wednesday night in Athens in 4 sets (17-25, 25-22, 25-20, 25-19).
Sophomore Daphinie Correa was a force offensively with 12 kills hitting .526. The trio of Sabrina de Lima, Rebecca Rabius, and MiKayla Ware added 8 kills apiece, with Alyssa Lozoya adding 6 of her own. Sophomore setter Molly Harris dished out 20 assists and freshman Bri McGown added 16 assists with 9 digs.
Ware also came up big defensively for the Fillies by notching 15 digs, and Hannah Ramirez picked up 14 digs in the win.
"Just as expected, Region XIV North has been another tight battle of four very talented teams so far," Head Coach Amber McCray said. "This was a critical road victory to put us back in the hunt, and we know we can compete when we show the balance that we did this match."
Panola is now 16-4 overall and 2-2 in Region XIV zone play. They will return to action Saturday in a home tri-match against Cedar Valley College at 12 pm and Region XIV south opponent Wharton County CC at 4 pm.