Lady Pacer volleyball team earns three big wins, perfect in ORVC

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The Switzerland County varsity volleyball team earned three big victories during the past week.

– Last Tuesday, September 16th, the Lady Pacers defeated New Washington by a scores of 25-18, 24-26, 25-9, 25-14. The win pushed their overall record to 7-6.

Individually: Eve Galbreath was 4-for-6 serving with 14 kills and seven digs; Olivia Pavy was 11-for-11 serving with two aces, five kills, and three digs; Brooke Todd was 22-for-23 serving with one ace, two kills, 31 kill assists, and seven digs; and Jacqueline Hensley was 9-for-11 serving with two aces.

Also: Baylie Scudder was 15-for-16 serving with three aces, two kills, and three digs; Kayla Jordan was 5-for-7 serving with two aces and one kill; Kinley Morton was 4-for-6 serving with seven kills and two digs; and Makenzie Mathews was 16-for-17 serving with two aces, eight kills, and seven digs.

- On Thursday, September 18th, Switzerland County opened its conference schedule with a victory over Jac-Cen-Del.

Scores were 25-20, 25-9, 25-11.

Individually: Eve Galbreath was 7-for-8 serving with 12 kills and seven digs; Kelsi Konkle was 16-for-18 serving with four aces, two kills, and nine digs; Brooke Todd was 10-for-10 serving with three aces, four kills, 15 kill assists, and three digs; and Makenzie Mathews was 7-for-9 serving with three aces, two kills, and eight digs.

Also: Jacqueline Hensley was 17-for-18 serving with three aces, one kill, and two digs; Olivia Pavy was 2-for-3 serving with two aces and four digs; and Stephanie Smith added four digs.

– On Tuesday night, Switzerland County made it three wins in a row with a three set victory over South Ripley, 25-23, 25-23, 25-22.

Eve Galbreath was 7-for-9 serving with two aces, 12 kills, and seven digs; Kelsi Konkle was 16-for-18 serving with three aces, 11 kills, and 14 digs; Brooke Todd was 10-for-10 serving with one ace, one kill, 27 kill assists, and 10 digs; Makenzie Mathews was 14-for-15 serving with three aces, three kills, and seven digs; Jacqueline Hensley was 11-for-13 serving with one ace and three digs; and Kayla Jordan was 7-for-7 serving with two aces, three kills, and eight digs.

The win moves Switzerland County’s overall record to 10-9, and the Lady Pacers are 2-0 in conference play.

In the junior varsity game Tuesday night, Switzerland County lost a close match to South Ripley by scores of 25-19, 21-25, 14-15.

Hope Tankersley was 9-for-10 serving with two aces, four kills, 14 kill assists, and 20 digs; Mallory Phagan was 8-for-9 serving with two aces, two kills, and four digs; Ariana Bright was 8-for-8 serving with 1 ace, two kills, and 16 digs; Kinley Morton was 16-for-17 serving with one ace and eight kills; Kalli Morton was 6-for-6 serving with seven kills and two digs; Emerson Schroer was 9-for-9 serving with one kill and two digs; and Brianna Vinup had five digs.

The Lady Pacers return to action tonight (Thursday) when they travel to Rising Sun.