Tuesday Volleyball Update Lady Blackcats take down Lady Hawks and Lady Panthers defeat Lady Bobcats

The Lady Blackcats of Prestonsburg put on a show last night in a 3-2 win against the Lady Hawks of Pike County Central. The Lady Blackcats started out strong in the first set with a 25-13 win but Pike Central came back in the second set, winning 25-23. Prestonsburg wasn’t giving up and took the third set 25-21. The Lady Hawks weren’t going down easy and won the fourth set, 25-23, pushing the game to a fifth set. The Lady Blackcats sealed the win in the last set, 15-7.

Senior Molly Boyd owned the net and had a very impressive 32 kills. She also had 10 assists, 16 digs, and 2 serving aces. Senior Jada Slone had 10 kills, 7 assists, 15 digs, and 2 serving aces. Junior Mya Burgess added 9 kills, 13 digs, 5 serving aces, and set up 33 assists. Sophomore Kennedy Greer had 9 kills, 2 assists, 11 digs, and 3 serving aces in the Prestonsburg win.

The Lady Blackcats are now 5-7 on the season. They play again tomorrow at home against East Ridge.

Pike County Central drops to 4-9 on the season. They’re back in action on September 27 as they travel to East Ridge.

The Pikeville Lady Panthers beat the Lady Bobcats of Betsy Layne in three close matches last night. Pikeville finished the first set, winning 25-16. Betsy Layne fought back and made it close in the second set, but the Lady Panthers won 25-20. The third and final set was back and forth but Pikeville finished it with a 25-23 win.

For the Lady Bobcats, Junior Tia Wesley had 10 kills, 1 solo block, and 5 digs. Sophomore Emily Johnson added 8 kills, 2 assists, and 26 digs. Senior Madison Hamilton had 7 kills, 6 solo blocks, 7 digs, and sent over 3 serving aces. Junior Akira Keathley added 5 kills and was a wall with 9 solo blocks. Junior setter Lindsey Watkins had 2 kills, 25 assists, and 9 digs. Sophomore Mallory Hall added 11 digs and 3 serving aces. Junior Madi Made had 1 kill, 2 assists, and 47 digs. Freshman Christian Howell also had 8 digs.

The Lady Panthers move to 16-2 on the season. They are back in action tomorrow, September 23, as they travel to Paintsville to take on the Lady Tigers.

Betsy Layne is now 6-6 on the season. They play again tomorrow at home versus Johnson Central.

Rose Hill Christian 0 at Ashland Blazer 3

Raceland 0 at Boyd County 3

Russell 3 at East Carter 0

Bath County 3 at Elliott County 0

Nicholas County 1 at Fleming County 3

Martin County 0 at Johnson Central 3

Lee County 3 at Morgan County 1

Belfry 3 at Shelby Valley 0

Rowan County 2 at West Carter 3

Articles Written by Allison Hall

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