Lady Lion Freshman hold tight to undefeated status
Freshmen vs. Stockdale-Comfort
The Lockhart Lady Lions Freshmen Volleyball Team battled The Stockdale Lady Brahmas and The Comfort Lady Bobcats in a tri-match on Tuesday, Aug. 22. The Lady Lions were victorious sweeping both matches 2 games to 0.
Lockhart took on the Stockdale in the first match of the evening with the home team winning 25-12 and 25-20. Jesi Gree
r led the way for the Lady Lions with three aces during a 13 point scoring streak of the first game.
“We played well as a team tonight” said Coach Jack Davis. “I am very proud of their effort.”
Jamie Schulle added five points on serve and had a great game setting the ball. The second game was filled with a few more errors from the home team but they played tough all the way through to secure the victory. Britanni Torres had a nine-point scoring streak on serve followed closely by Jocelyn Coleman with an eight-point streak of her own. Great team defense kept the Lady Brahmas on their heels and never let them get any momentum on the night.
Next up on the evening was the Lady Bobcats of Comfort. The Lady Lions raised their game to another level during this match, winning two games 25-11 and 25-6. “The defense we played during this match was the best we have played to this point in the season,” Davis said. “Our defense combined with our serving was a tough combination to beat tonight.”
Monique Smith had three aces for the match with Kelsey Dailey adding two of her own. Courtney Ferris played a great game at net along with Torres.
Freshmen vs. Taylor
The Lockhart Lady Lion Freshmen Volleyball Team traveled to Taylor Friday night sweeping the match from the Lady Ducks 2 games to 0. The Lady Lions were in control of both matches and had a good overall team performance for the night.
The visitors from Lockhart took control early in Game One and went on to roll with a score of 25-14.
Jamie Schulle had two aces for the evening as the team scored 13 points on her serve. Desiree Roland had four kills for the visitors while Bianca Juarez contributed five digs on the night.
“We had contributions from everyone this evening and that is what it takes to win on the road,” Davis said. “Taylor has some good hitters but we played tough defense against them and that made the difference.”
Game Two was much like the first one, with Schulle serving up seven straight points and Jocelyn Coleman adding two aces, leaving the final score 25-18 for the Lady Lions. Christina Knudsen had some good digs from the back row while Kelsey Dailey added some great hits from the front row.
“I am proud of the girls tonight and how they played together,” Davis said.
The Lady Lions will next be in action when the Lady Panthers of Navarro come to visit the Lions Den Friday, Sept. 1. First serve is set for 5 p.m.
(Courtesy of Jack Davis)