Morgan Trotter had 10 kills, while Kali Brown had seven kills, 11 digs and an ace and the Heritage Lady Generals withstood a challenge from Fannin County before picking up a 20-25, 25-16, 17-15 victory in Boynton on Tuesday.
Heritage also defeated Ringgold to close out the tri-match, 25-22 and 25-22. Avery Phillips had 21 assists in the victory, while Kayla Varnon recorded five kills.
Ringgold got five kills, a block and an ace from Bethany Thomason. Gracie Milford had four aces and Abby Roach added three kills and an ace. Sydney Pittman also had three kills, while Zoie Metcalf picked up two aces, two digs, a kill and 14 assists.
Also contributing for the Lady Tigers was Emily Ridley (two digs, one ace), Jasley Brooks (one ace, one kill), Makenna Mercer (one dig) and Melanie Severns (one kill).
Heritage (16-3) will be back at home on Thursday to play host to Chattanooga Central, starting at 6 p.m.
In the night's other match, Ringgold dispatched Fannin County in a three-setter, 21-25, 25-16 and 15-11.
Thomason had seven kills and a pair of blocks. Roach came up with four kills and an ace. Pittman added six kills and a blocks, while Metcalf had eight aces and served up 23 assists.
Also factoring in the victory was Ridley (four digs, one ace), Brooks (two kills, two digs, one ace), Mercer (two aces, two kills, two digs), Severns (two kills) and Meredith Fowler (one dig).
Ringgold, Gordon Lee and Morris Innovative will all play at Model on Thursday.