The Magoffin County Lady Hornets got their first win of the season last night against the Lady Cougars of Morgan County. The Lady Hornets came out to a great start in the first set, winning 25-16. They kept up the momentum in the second set, winning 25-16 and the third, winning 25-17.
Junior McKenna Jordan was one of three players to have 5 kills. She also had 7 digs and 6 serving aces. Freshman Mckenzie Young Had 5 kills and 7 serving aces. Senior Lauryn Whitaker added 5 kills. Sophomore Isabella Dunn had 3 kills, 10 assists, 15 digs, and 3 serving aces. Sophomore Carley Allen had 3 kills, 3 digs, and 4 serving aces. Senior Nora Howard added 2 kills and 11 digs. Sophomore Jaden Williams had 2 kills, 9 assists, 11 digs, and 3 serving aces in the Lady Hornets win.
For Morgan County, Senior Lydia Lewis had 1 kill and 3 serving aces. Sophomore Jordan Kidd sent over 3 serving aces. Freshman Mckenna Smith and Sophomore Abby Allen had 1 serving ace each.
Magoffin County is now 1-12 on the season. They play again at home versus Jackson City on September 22. Morgan County drops to 2-12 on the season. They played Lee County tonight at home.
The Lady Hornets of Phelps traveled to Grundy, Virginia to take on the Lady Rebels of Hurley High School last night. The Lady Hornets dominated from the beginning, winning in three sets. (25-15, 25-6, 25-15)
Junior Amelia Casey had 5 kills, 2 assists, and 6 serving aces. Freshman Jaycie Sanley had 5 kills, 2 assists, 2 digs, and 3 serving aces. Junior Kori Murphy also had 5 kills and added 4 serving aces. Freshman Emma Turner had 4 kills, 4 assists, and 2 serving aces. Sophomore Ivy Layne added 3 kills, 7 assists and sent over 13 serving aces. Senior LaRonda Francis had 2 kills, 2 assists, and also had 13 serving aces.
The Lady Hornets move to 10-3 on the season. They’re back in action on September 23 at home against the Lady Wildcats of Shelby Valley.
In a 59th district game, the East Ridge Lady Warriors traveled to Shelby Valley to take on the Lady Wildcats. East Ridge took a close first match, 25-22, but still won the game, 3 sets to none. The Lady Wildcats won the second match 25-20 and the third 26-16.
For the Lady Warriors, Senior Hanna Blackburn led with 11 kills and 2 blocks. Senior Sylvia Ratliff had 7 kills and 1 block. Junior Kiersten Coleman had 3 kills and 11 digs and Sophomore Madelyn Robinson added 5 kills. Senior setter Sarah Woods set up 25 assists and she had 5 digs. Freshman Hannah Steffey had 2 kills, 5 digs, and 6 serving aces. Sophomore Courtlin Phillips added 12 digs to the win.
For Shelby Valley, Junior Kyra Looney led at the net with 14 kills. She also had 6 digs and 3 serving aces. Senior Alyssa Elswick had 5 kills and 3 solo blocks. Junior Gracie Cantrell had 5 kills and 2 serving aces. Junior Lauen Hawkins added 12 digs and Junior Jessica Prater had 20 digs.
East Ridge moves to 12-4 on the season. They play again at home versus Prestonsburg on September 23. The Lady Wildcats played tonight, at home, against Belfry.
Fairview rolled on to a 3-0 win against Greenup county last night. The Lady Eagles won the first set 25-14. They took a closer second set, winning 25-19 and won the third, 25-13.
Senior Charlee Hobbs led Fairview with 11 kills, 2 solo blocks, 3 assists, 15 digs, and 2 serving aces. Junior Kiera Loving had 7 kills, 22 assists, 9 digs, and sent over 5 serving aces. Junior Graycin Price added 7 kills, 2 assists, and 6 digs. Junior Kameron Fry had 6 kills, 12 assists, and 6 digs and Junior Shelby Marcum had 9 kills.
For the Greenup County Lady Musketeers, Senior Caroline Adkins had 6 kills, 2 solo blocks, 3 assists, 8 digs, and 2 serving aces. Freshman Laiken Russell had 4 kills, 2 assists, and 3 digs. Freshman Sadie Chaffins had 3 kills and 1 block. Junior Charlie Floyd had 10 assists and Sophomore Kortney Stephens added 10 digs.
The Lady Eagles are now 19-6 on the season. They travel to take on the Lady Lions of Boyd County on September 23. Greenup County drops to 5-11. They play Russell at home on September 27.
In a 64th district matchup last night, the Lady Lions of Boyd County took on the Lady Tomcats of Ashland Blazer. Boyd County took over early, winning the first set 25-14 and never letting up. They rolled on to win the second set, 15-13 and the third, 25-15.
Senior Morgan Lewis led the Lady Lions with 13 kills, 2 solo blocks, 3 digs, and she had 1 serving ace. Sophomore Taylor Bartrum added 9 kills, 2 assists, 9 digs, and 3 serving aces. Sophomore Audrey Biggs had 7 kills, 1 solo block, and 3 digs. Junior Emma Sparks had 6 kills, 2 solo blocks, and 4 digs. Junior Sophia Gifford had 2 kills and 5 digs. Senior setter Layla Brown had 32 assists and added 8 digs to the Boyd County win.
For Ashland Blazer Senior Bethany Ledford led the team with 8 kills, 3 assists, and 11 digs. Freshman Khia Robinson added 5 kills, 2 solo blocks, and 3 digs. Junior Sydney Clark had 4 kills and 2 digs. Sophomore Carleigh Conley had 2 kills, 15 assists, and 6 digs. Juniors Karli McCarty and Lexie Fannin added 6 digs each.
This win moves Boyd County to 12-1 on the season. They’re back in action tonight at home, against Raceland. The Lady Kittens are now 14-7 on the season. They play Rose Hill Christian tonight at home.
East Carter 3 at Bath County 0
Betsy Layne 0 at Floyd Central 3
Leslie County 0 at Knott County 3
Johnson Central 0 at Letcher Central 3
Belfry 3 at Martin County 0
Pikeville 3 at Pike Central 0.
Raceland 0 at Rose Hill Christian 3
Articles Written by Allison Hall.