The Scots (8-0) won the game with the scores of 25-11, 25-16, 25-15 respectively.
In game one, the Scots showed their dominance in the serving and passing game.
"I thought we played okay in game one," Barnes said.
At times in games two and three the Scots looked tired and played sluggish.
"I think we are tired and worn out," Barnes said. "But it's good to be undefeated in non-conference play."
Individually, Whitney Campbell had 11 kills at the net and six serving points for the Scots.
Candace Carter had 14 serving points for the Scots. She also had 19 setting assists.
Jessica Bowen had four kills and two blocks at the net for the Fighting Scots.
Sarah Laviner had five kills at the net respectively.
Decausha McLean and Josephine Yang anchored the passing for the Scots.
The Scots open up conference play next week against Terry Sanford on Tuesday at 6 p.m.
The Scotland High jayvee volleyball team won it's match against South View as well on Thursday.
The Scots (7-1) won the game with the scores 25 -13 and 25-13.
The Scots open up conference play next week against Terry Sanford on Tuesday at 5 p.m.