Lady ‘Cats stumble at Todd to start season
by Justin McGill, Executive Editor - jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
Aug 19, 2009 | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Trigg County kept its first volleyball match of the season close all the way to the end despite playing without two of its top players.

The Lady Wildcats lost 1-2 (25-22, 17-25, 22-25) at Todd County Central while playing without juniors Morgan Parker and Lauren Daniel.

“We could have won,” Trigg head coach Kim Mangers said. “The first game went really good, but we got a little big-headed and acted like they were going to roll over and let us beat them. We had a lack of commuinication especially in the third game. We talked about that, they knew that’s what they did wrong, and we’re working on it.”

Parker, a middle hitter, missed the contest due to a wrist injury, and Daniel, a setter who moved to Trigg County earlier this month, is still awaiting word from the KHSAA on her eligibility. Mangers said she hopes Daniel will be available within the next week or two, while Parker was scheduled to see a doctor Tuesday and could play this week.

Trigg’s junior varsity team defeated Todd in straight sets.

The Lady ‘Cats played their home opener Tuesday against Crittenden County. Results were unavailable at press time. Trigg will have another week off before hosting Livingston Central.
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