Lady Pacer volleyball earns two conference wins during week


The Switzerland County High School varsity volleyball team defeated Madison Shawe last week in three sets. The games scores 25-19, 25-21, 25-17.

Eve Galbreath was 11-for-14 serving with three aces, 10 kills, and eight digs; Olivia Pavy was 6-for-6 serving with four kills and four digs; and Jacqueline Hensley was 11-for-12 serving with two aces.

Kelsi Konkle was 13-for-14 serving with four aces, five kills, and nine digs; Brooke Todd was 16-for-16 serving with five aces, two kills, 19 kill assists, and 10 digs; Kayla Jordan was 1-for-2 serving with one kill and two digs; and Baylie Scudder was 6-for-8 serving with three aces, one kill, and one dig.

In the junior varsity game, the Lady Pacers won by scores of 25-11, 25-5.

Hope Tankersley was 12-for-12 serving with one ace, two kills, and three digs; Mallory Phagan was 1-for-1 serving with six digs; Ariana Bright was 1-for-2 serving with one ace, eight kill assists, and two digs; Kinley Morton was 5-for-5 serving with seven kills and four digs; Kalli Morton was 22-for-22 serving with five aces and two digs; and Emerson Schroer was 5-for-5 serving with one dig.


On Monday night the Lady Pacers traveled to Milan for a conference match.

The varsity squad battled for five sets before earning the win by scores of 25-22, 17-25, 25-19, 23-25, 15-12. The win pushed the Switzerland County conference record to 4-1, 13-11 overall.

Eve Galbreath was 6-for-9 serving with one ace, 11 kills, and 27 digs; Olivia Pavy was 21-for-21 serving with one ace, five kills and 19 digs; and Jacqueline Hensley was 9-for-10 serving with one ace and three digs.

Kelsi Konkle was 18-for-20 serving with two aces, nine kills, and 16 digs; Brooke Todd was 20-for-20 serving with two aces, five kills, 27 kill assists, and 16 digs; Makenzie Mathews was 14-for-16 serving with one ace, one kill, and nine digs; Kayla Jordan had three kills and four digs; Baylie Scudder was 2-for-3 serving with two digs; Hope Tankersley had one kill and one dig; and Kinley Morton was 4-for-4 serving with one ace and two kills.

In the junior varsity game, the Lady Pacers fell in three sets by score of 25-11, 21-25, 11-15 to see its record fall to 12-7 overall and 3-2 in conference play.

Hope Tankersley was 5-for-6 serving with one ace, nine kill assists, and two digs; Mallory Phagan was 7-for-8 serving with five digs; Ariana Bright was 8-for-8 serving with six digs; Kinley Morton was 12-for-13 serving with three aces, eight kills, and six digs; Kalli Morton was 14-for-14 serving with three aces, six kills, and three digs; Emerson Schroer was 5-for-6 serving with six digs; and Brianna Vinup was 1-for-2 serving with one kill and two digs.