For two sets Friday (October 4), the Lady Cats Volleyball Team was right in their district match at Greenville. Both teams had taken a set. The Lady Lions won set one 25-19 and the Lady Cats won set two 25-20. Playing at home, Greenville took set three, 25-17 and then outlasted the Lady Cats in a highly competitive set four, 26-24 for a 3-1 match win. Lady Cats Coach Bailey Dorner said the Lady Cats did not play too well. She said they played the first set like they never got off the bus. She said they bounced back to take the second set but then they let the third and fourth sets get away from them. Coach Dorner said if the Lady Cats had played their best, she felt it would have been a different story. She said she hates when the Lady Cats go out but don’t put their best foot on the floor. Coach Dorner said Brooklyn Burnside got some kills and Sadie Washburn did well as usual. She said again the Lady Cats did not pass well after receiving serves. Coach Dorner said the Lady Cats do work on that every practice. Greenville has won the past three district matches against the Lady Cats winning two times last season. The Lady Lions are at the top of the district with a 3-0 record and they are 21-12 for the season. The Lady Cats slip to 1-2 in district play and they are 19-13 for the season. The Lady Cats continue district play against Mount Pleasant, 0-3 in district play, Tuesday evening in the main gym at Sulphur Springs High School. Coach Dorner called the Lady Tigers a scrappy team. She said her team can’t overlook Mount Pleasant.
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