VOLLEYBALL: Jones signs for volleyball with West Virginia school
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Sierra Jones recently signed with Alderson-Broaddus College, an NCAA Division II school. Those attending the ceremony at Anderson County High School included, front row, from left: Lindsey Jones (sister), Aubrey Madison Jones (niece), Chris Jones (mother), Sierra Jones and Dickie Jones (father). Back row: Former Anderson County head coach Jason McDannold, Lexington United club team coach Glenn DeHaven, Anderson County assistant volleyball coach Bobby Hardin, former Anderson County head coach Corey Sayre and Anderson County athletic director Rick Sallee.</i>
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Sierra Jones recently signed with Alderson-Broaddus College, an NCAA Division II school. Those attending the ceremony at Anderson County High School included, front row, from left: Lindsey Jones (sister), Aubrey Madison Jones (niece), Chris Jones (mother), Sierra Jones and Dickie Jones (father). Back row: Former Anderson County head coach Jason McDannold, Lexington United club team coach Glenn DeHaven, Anderson County assistant volleyball coach Bobby Hardin, former Anderson County head coach Corey Sayre and Anderson County athletic director Rick Sallee.

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LAWRENCEBURG – Anderson County High School volleyball player Sierra Jones recently signed an NCAA national letter-of-intent with Alderson-Broaddus College, an NCAA Division II school, located in Philippi, W.Va.

Jones is the daughter of William “Dickie” Jones III and Chris-Michele McGill Jones of Lawrenceburg. She is the grand daughter of Wanda and the late Bill Lisch, and Maj. Glenn Edward and Martha McGill, the niece of Glenn Edward McGill II and Lee McGill, and cousin to Jennifer and Kelly McGill, all of Cadiz.

A 4-year letter winner at Anderson, Jones receive a partial scholarship to the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference power. Alderson-Broaddus went 20-16 last year, finishing second in the WVIAC. The Battlers are led by veteran coach Carrie Bodkins.

Jones plans on studying physical therapy at the school. She chose Alderson-Broaddus over the University of the Cumberlands and Centre College.

Jones is a 2012 honor graduate of Anderson County High School. She is distinguished as a member of BETA, for AP Art Independent Studies, for a GPA of 3.5 or Better, for earning the College Prep Certificate, for KCCT Scores Recognitions and as an ACT 30 Point Club appointee.

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