After the Lady Cats Volleyball Team lost a competitive 3-0 match to visiting Wylie East Tuesday, Lady Cats Coach Bailey Dorner said the Raiders were a good team that exposed some of her team’s weak spots. She said Wylie East showed that they have played a tough schedule so far this year. Coach Dorner said when the Lady Cats grabbed the momentum, the Raiders would grab it right back. She said she likes to schedule tougher teams right before the start of district play. Coach Dorner said it allows her to see where the Lady Cats are lacking so she can work on those things in practice. The Lady Cats, now 18-10 for the season, have Friday off for Homecoming. They travel to Nevada Community next Tuesday and then open district play at home against Royse City on Friday, September 27. Several Lady Cats are suffering from nagging injuries. Coach Dorner hopes a few days of not playing a match will get some of the players healthy.
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