Monday, the Lady Wildcats rebounded from a slow start but couldn’t get over the hump in a 2-0 loss (10-25, 23-25). Lakeysha Jones led the way for Trigg with three kills and a block, while Courtney Oliver had three aces and a kill.
Thursday, Trigg had trouble against Caldwell, losing 2-0 (9-25, 10-25). Stephanie Graves recorded Trigg’s only kill and led the team with two aces. Emma Tilley recorded four digs and an assist.
Last Tuesday, Trigg won its first road game of the season, topping Webster County 2-0 (25-13, 25-12). Trigg head coach Scott Hill credited Jenna Stroud for disrupting Webster’s attack – Stroud tied for a team-high two kills – and Samantha Harper, who recorded five assists and tied for a team-high three aces. Jones and Graves also recorded two kills, and Graves had three aces.
The Lady ‘Cats were set to host 5th District foe Crittenden County on Tuesday (results unavailable at press time) before hosting Webster in a return match Thursday and playing Monday at Crittenden in the first round of the 2nd Region All “A” Classic.