HICKMAN – After a rocky start, Calloway County have now won two games in a row, thanks to a 25-13, 25-9, 25-12 win Monday night at Fulton County.
The Lady Lakers (2-4) got nine kills from Lillie Thorn, seven from Kayden Patrick and six from Lydia Bell against the Lady Pilots (0-7). Cana McDonald and Bell also provided five service aces each.
Calloway will travel to Briensburg tonight for a match with the 4th Power District Christian Fellowship.
FULTON – Murray High swept Fulton City on Monday night by scores of 25-19, 25-15, 25-18 to win their fourth game in a row.
The Lady Tigers are now 4-1 after an opening night loss to CFS at home. No statistics were available on Monday.
Alyssa Daughrity had 15 kills on net, while Macy Chiles had 15 assists. Rachel Kjellberg had nine defensive digs and tied the Chiles with eight service aces. Ashley Vonnahme had eight digs, while Kaleigha Hill had seven digs and eight aces, while Daughrity added eight digs and an ace to go along with three blocks. Allison Vonnahme also had seven aces, six assists and four digs.
HOPKINSVILLE – Murray High found their way back to winning ways on Monday by beating host Christian County, 6-0.
It happened a few nights after the Tigers (6-1) suffered their first loss of the season against rival Calloway County.
On Monday, the Tigers wasted no time against the Colonels (4-4), scoring three times in the first half before matching that total in the final 40 minutes. Max Rosa had a big night with two goals and two assists, while Nate Wyatt matched that tally and added his own assist. Collier Crouch and Cooper Cunningham scored the other goals of the game, while Dylan McCallon had an assist.