Central Carolina gets new volleyball additions

Posted 6/17/19
Central Carolina Community College has added two new athletes to its volleyball program. Alexis Rolka, who attended Northwood High School in Chatham County, and Kayla Stange, who attended …

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Central Carolina gets new volleyball additions

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Central Carolina Community College has added two new athletes to its volleyball program.

Alexis Rolka, who attended Northwood High School in Chatham County, and Kayla Stange, who attended Overhills High School in Harnett County, will join the CCCC volleyball program.

“Alexis Rolka has a background of being a strong and athletic competitor. I am expecting her to bring that mentality and work ethic to the Cougar volleyball program, which will push us to get better. Alexis will be a blocking force for the Cougars in 2019,” CCCC volleyball coach Bill Carter said.

“Kayla Stange is an experienced volleyball player and will make a big impact on the Cougar offense from the right side. Kayla will also help solidify the blocking front for the Cougar defense. I am excited about her on-court experience at Overhills High School,” Carter said.

The other new additions to the CCCC volleyball program and their respective high schools are:

  • Aliyah Matthews of Western Harnett High School in Lillington.
  • Taylor Rosser of Western Harnett High School in Lillington.
  • Kristen Fletcher of Northwood Temple Academy in Fayetteville.
  • Jalonni Gadist of Pine Forest High School in Fayetteville.
  • Kyra Harrison from Fuquay-Varina, a homeschool student.
  • Grace McAllister of Shining Lights Christian Academy in Raleigh.
  • Breanna Self of Lee County High School in Sanford.

    Carter said of the CCCC volleyball newcomers: “I am very excited about having so many new recruits sign to play for the Cougars on the 2019 fall volleyball team.”

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