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Staff photos by Allen WorrellMatthew Tompkins (right) sends one over the net Wednesday as Marc Motley defends in the benefit volleyball tournament at Carroll County High School. The benefit raised $1,005 for the family of CCHS student Kayla Quesenberry, who recently lost their home in a fire.
Staff photos by Allen WorrellMatthew Tompkins (right) sends one over the net Wednesday as Marc Motley defends in the benefit volleyball tournament at Carroll County High School. The benefit raised $1,005 for the family of CCHS student Kayla Quesenberry, who recently lost their home in a fire.
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Staff photos by Allen Worrell


Matthew Tompkins (right) sends one over the net Wednesday as Marc Motley defends in the benefit volleyball tournament at Carroll County High School. The benefit raised $1,005 for the family of CCHS student Kayla Quesenberry, who recently lost their home in a fire.


Carroll County Assistant Principal Bob Martin coaches up the freshmen team Wednesday during the benefit volleyball tournament at CCHS. The tournament included one team from each grade as well as two faculty teams. The winning team then went on to face the Carroll County varsity volleyball team.


Carroll County boys’ basketball head coach Brad Hawks skies for a spike Wednesday in the benefit volleyball tournament.


 
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