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RALEIGH — Winning its fourth in a row, the Corinth Holders volleyball team closed out the regular season with a 25-16, 25-16, 25-11 win over Wakefield High on Thursday night to capture a share of the 4-A Northern Athletic Conference title.
After spoiling the Wolverines’ Senior Night, the Pirates (15-7, 9-1) have won eight of their last 10 matchups and sit in a tie atop the conference standings with Heritage. The two schools split a pair of matches earlier this season.
Against Wakefield, Makenzie Holzer led the attack with nine kills, two block assists and an assist. Junior Chiara Bettaglio added six kills of her own, while Madison Adams contributed five kills and a block.
Kalyn Rogers made her contributions from the service line, with eight aces and 19 points serving, including 11-straight in the first set. Rogers also led the team with 17 assists.
Junior Cameron Moore added three aces and four kills and Jasmine Culp tacked on six aces, while Emily Sharrock added seven assists and Sarah Snyder compiled four.