Lady Pacers continue rough volleyball season


The Switzerland County Lady Pacer varsity volleyball team continued its rough season with two more losses last week.

On Tuesday Switzerland County fell to Jac-Cen-Del by scores of 19-25, 19-25, 22-25.

In spite of the loss, coach Michelle Brett found reason for optimism.

“We played well,” the coach said. “As a matter of fact, this was our best game so far.”

This past Monday the Lady Pacers battled Lawrenceburg, falling by scores of 15-25, 23-25, 7-25.

Ashley Chase had four kills; 100-percent serving; and was at 92-percent passing; Natalie Daugherty had two kills and was at 100-percent on her serving; and Kayla Konkle was at 100-percent of her serves and was at 97-percent in setting.

“Our second set was probably our best of the season,” Coach Brett said. “We need to consistently play at that level and fight for the win.”


In junior varsity action, Switzerland County fell to Jac-Cen-Del by scores of 17-25, 20-25.

Jenna Daugherty had three kills and 15 good passes in the contest; Morgan Ross had five good passes and drew praise from coach Lesa McGarvey for her hustle throughout the game; and Rachel Tressler had four aces while serving.

On Monday night the jayvee fell by scores of 8-25, 12-25 to Lawrenceburg.

Rachel Tressler was 7-for-7 with one ace while serving; and Coach McGarvey said that Melissa Raiser did an outstanding job off of the bench with her setting.