ADENA SETTER CADIE CORY TO MISS ENTIRE SEASON
Last year's leading SVC setter forced to have season-ending surgery
Adena’s Cadie Cory stormed on the volleyball scene a year
ago as she quarterbacked the Adena 5-1 offense during her
freshman campaign to a perfect Scioto Valley Conference season
and a trip to the Elite Eight. Now, what was sure to be a
sensational sophomore season for the Adena setter has come to an
end as she will be forced to have season-ending surgery to repair
her torn meniscus.

A year ago, Cory led the SVC with 650 assists (an 11.02 APG
average). The Warriors will now call on junior Hannah Halcomb to
do the setting. Adena did win their first match of the season
Tuesday night in straight sets over Zane Trace. In that win,
Halcomb dished out 37 assists. The Warriors return to action
Thursday night at Westfall. SVCsportszone.com would like to wish
Cadie a speedy recovery.
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