Polk County will continue its volleyball postseason on Tuesday when Salisbury visits for a second-round match.
Game time is set for 6 p.m. at Polk County High School.
Salisbury enters with a 15-10 record and fresh off a five-set win over R-S Central in Saturday’s first round. The Hornets won the Central Carolina Conference regular-season title with a 9-1 league record and have won their last five matches.
Sophomore middle hitter Juliana Anderson leads the Hornet attack. The 5-10 Anderson had 21 kills, eight digs, five aces and four blocks in Saturday’s win and had 35 kills in the final two matches of the Central Carolina postseason tourney, which Salisbury won.
A pair of seniors, outside hitter Maddie Gentry and setter Mary Seifert, co-captain the team and are important cogs in Salisbury’s attack.
Polk County (18-5) has won eight straight matches and advanced to the second round with a straight-set win over Franklin on Saturday.