Volleyball

Monday's Scoreboard: Station Camp rallies to stun Beech

Station Camp senior libero Christina Stacy bumps a pass during Monday’s match at Beech. The Lady Bison won in five sets.

Station Camp senior libero Christina Stacy bumps a pass during Monday’s match at Beech. The Lady Bison won in five sets.

HENDERSONVILLE Station Camp rallied from a two-set deficit to force a fifth and deciding set, where the Lady Bison pulled away to collect an 18-25, 20-25, 25-20, 25-17, 15-8 victory at Beech on Monday evening.

The Lady Bison scored nine of the first 11 points in the final set, helping them improve to 27-6 overall and 7-3 in District 9-AAA play.

Beech won the first two sets, but never led in the third set and watched as Station Camp went on a 10-1 run in the fourth set to square the match. The Lady Buccaneers fell into a three-way tie for second place in the district with a 7-3 record after the loss.

>> Portland maintained its place in the tie for second place with a three-set victory over visiting Hendersonville.

White House 11, Cheatham County 1

ASHLAND CITY Madeline Hargrove scored four goals and Madisson Davis added three as the Lady Devils cruised past District 9 A-AA rival Cheatham County.

Lacey Cook scored twice, while Shelby Deering and Alyson Trimmer also added goals for White House (8-4 overall, 3-0 in District 9 A-AA).

Monday’s volleyball results

Station Camp d. Beech 18-25, 20-25, 25-20, 25-17, 15-8

Wilson Central d. Gallatin three sets to none

Portland d. Hendersonville three sets to none

East Robertson d. White House three sets to none

District 9-AAA Volleyball Standings

Mt. Juliet 9-1

Beech 7-3

Portland 7-3

Station Camp 7-3

Wilson Central 5-5

Lebanon 4-6

Hendersonville 1-9

Gallatin 0-10

Monday’s soccer result

White House 11, Cheatham County 1

District 9 A-AA golf tournament results

Cheatham County 336, Middle Tennessee Christian School 359, White House Heritage 369, White House 383, Greenbrier 390, Forrest 399, Sycamore 413, Eagleville 424, Fayetteville 424, Westmoreland 469, Moore County 495

WHITE HOUSE (383) – Mason Curtis 92, Bryant Reynolds 96, Jacob McDonald 97, Brett West 98.

WESTMORELAND (469) – Tyler Jared 101, Spencer Morgan 108, Spencer Baughn 122, Lucas Garrison 138.

Reach Chris Brooks at cbrooks@tennessean.com or at 615-575-7118. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @CB_SumnerSports, and on Snapchat @cbrooksgne.

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