Louisa, Ky. — Lawrence Co. Volleyball ( 17-8 ) celebrated three seniors then swept Tolsia Tuesday night.
2023 Volleyball Seniors
Ally Huffman, Shelby Blevins, Riley McClanahan
In the last home game of the year the Bulldogs swept Tolsia 3-0. In the first set it was the Bulldogs winning 25-15, in the second set it was 25-18 LC and in the third in final set it was 25-6 Dawgs.
On Monday the Dawgs travels to Ohio to face Chesapeake, a team that they had already beaten. But this time the Panthers turned the tables and swept the match 3-0.
In the first set it was 25-19 Panthers, in the second set it was 25-21 and the third and final set it was 25-24 Panthers.
The VolleyDawgs will travel to Martin Co. on Thursday for their regular season finale before 58th District play begins next week.
Lawrence Co. will be the #2 seed and will face #3 Betsy Layne in the first round at Prestonsburg.
Lawrence Co. Head Coach Autumn Blevins
“… Our team passed well this evening and set a better pace compared to our loss to Chesapeake, where we didn’t have consistent serve receive passing and we were on our heels often. I find this team has done a great job of making adjustments and responding whenever we meet adversity. It will pay off for us as we continue into our post season.”
“… Our seniors have done a tremendous job of leading by example and creating a bond amongst the team. They have been consistent in their effort and communication on as well as off of the court. Ally, Riley, and Shelby are going to do big things for us as we continue into post season, but more importantly, I believe they will do big things in life. They are motivated and determined on the court and in the classroom. It’s been a pleasure having them wear red and black. We’ve had multiple historic seasons with these seniors.
“…This year we’ve garnered our second winning season in a row and racked up the most wins in LCHS volleyball history. It’s a testament to our team’s hard work and commitment to getting better each day. I’m proud of our seniors and excited for our entire team to do big things over the course of our next few games!”