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LOWELLVILLE OH- Lowellville volleyball comes in to the 2020 season with more leadership than most teams. With six seniors in their class of 2021 the Rockets are a team that wont be easily rattled through adversity. They’ve proven that this season bouncing back from a couple of tough losses to secure big wins. One of the keys to their team is their converted middle blocker Kennedy Kelly, better known as KC.

Kelly is driven to help her team succeed in any way she can, even if that means learning a new position. Because of team needs, this season KC has rotated to middle blocker instead of her normal position as am outside hitter It is not an easy transition, sets to the middle are different, responsibilities are not the same either. Kelly has handled the transition in stride though and pushed herself to become a pretty impressive middle blocker. Having her dad as the head coach, and her sister as a setter has definitely helped smooth the change.

KC sat down with YSN;s Anthony Hartwig to talk about her career at Lowellville. They discuss the family atmosphere of the team, her personal goals for the season, and much more. Get cleared for take off with this Rocket Volleyball player profile KC Kills The Competition.

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LOWELLVILLE OH- Lowellville Volleyball, like many area teams held their senior night early in the season. The Rockets honored their six seniors with their first win of the season. A sweep of Chaney (25-15 25-9 25-6).

The first set of the night was by far the most competitive. Lowellville couldn’t manage to pull away from Chaney until they rallied up 10-7 to take a 17-7 lead. That was all they needed as they took set one 25-15.

The Rockets rattled off an 11-0 rally to start off set two. Led by the fantastic serving of senior Alexis Mesaros the 11-0 run gave the Rockets complete control. Kennedy Kelly had her best set of the night with 6 kills in the frame.

Down 0-2 in set three Mesaros went to serve again, and served up another 11-0 rally. The Rockets made quick work of set three ending it on an ace from Sammie Kelly. Sending the six seniors off into the night with the lasting memory of a victory.

Kennedy Kelly finished with 12 kills to lead the Rockets offense. Sammie Kennedy has 11 assists, 7 aces, and a kill. The Rockets had 15 service aces as a team.

Lowellville will look to build on the momentum as they travel to Western Reserve on Thursday. Chaney will host Ursuline on Tuesday the 15th.