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Lady Cats Volleyball Coach Bailey Dorner calls 3-2 Loss at Royse City a Very Tough One

Sulphur Springs Lady Cats VolleyBall VS ROYSE CITY
Sulphur Springs Lady Cats VolleyBall VS ROYSE CITY

Lady Cats Volleyball Coach Bailry Dorner says her team’s Tuesday night (October 15) match at Royse City, a 3-2 loss, was a very emotional and intense game for both teams. She calls the loss a very tough one. Coach Dorner says her team battled but just could not finish some of the sets. The score was 23-25, 26-24, 23-25, 25-21 and 15-7. She says her team had great moments and bad moments but more good than bad, She praises libero Paris Pickett for being all over the court and collecting a season high 24 digs. Coach Dorner says the Lady Cats spread the ball around with lots of players collecting kills. Sadie Washburn had a team high 17 kills, Sydney Washburn had 10, Nylah Lindley 9, Brooklyn Burnside 8 and Erika VanBenthem 6. The loss left the Lady Cats in a third place tie with Royse City. Both have 3-3 district records. Coach Dorner says the Lady Cats have a big match at Lindale Friday. The Lady Eagles won the first round match between the two, 3-1 at Sulphur Springs High School. Lindale is tied for first place with Greenville with both having 5-1 district marks.

Sulphur Springs Lady Cats VolleyBall VS ROYSE CITY 2
Sulphur Springs Lady Cats VolleyBall VS ROYSE CITY 2
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Sulphur Springs Lady Cats VolleyBall VS ROYSE CITY 3

Photos provided by Sheri Looney

Author: Matt Janson

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