It was a split decision down in Franklin County night. The Hidden Valley varsity volleyball team won 3 games to 1, as reported on the sports pages of today’s Roanoke Times.
Unfortunately for the Titans, the junior varsity team lost — 15-25 and 20-25. Their record now stands at 1-2.
Coach Aaron King tells us: “Our team is young this year but we have a lot of talented players. The girls are still getting to know each other and working to become more comfortable on the court. Once that happens I think we’ll be playing some really good volleyball.”
The next Hidden Valley volleyball game is Tuesday at Lord Botetourt High School at 6 p.m. The Cavaliers lost yesterday to Glenvar, by the way. We have a report on that game here.
As always, if you have news or photos involving teams or players from Southwest Roanoke County — whether varsity, junior varsity, middle school or rec league — you can share them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
OTHER RECENT HIDDEN VALLEY COVERAGE:
* Aug. 28: Hidden Valley teams featured in print edition of SWoCo
* Aug. 27: Hidden Valley volleyball JVs off to 1-1 start
* Aug. 27: Hidden Valley welcomes students
* Aug. 22: Photos of Hidden Valley’s fall sports teams
* Aug. 18: Photo from Hidden Valley volleyball practice
Our most recent coverage of Cave Spring was earlier today.