Something seems to be holding back the Lady Pioneers.
The Warren County High School volleyball team continued its tough season Monday, falling in four sets at Riverdale. Warren County fell 25-27, 20-25, 25-21 and 21-25 to drop to 10-14 this season.
“We were sluggish and lacking communication,” said coach Kelly Clayborne. “We are struggling right now finding our offense. We have to have an offense to win games. We have the talent – we are just lacking motivation and drive right now.”
Warren County swept Riverdale at home earlier this season, but it wasn’t the case on the road. The Lady Warriors came out swarming, toppling Warren County in the first two sets, including going into extra time to claim the first.
“Riverdale was ready to play. They are a very scrappy team that didn’t let many balls hit the floor,” said Clayborne.
Warren County will try to get back to its winning ways Thursday when it holds a tri-match with Coffee County and Covenant at home. The Lady Pioneers will play at 4:30 and 6:30 p.m.
Aces – Beth Vaughn 2, Madison Hollis 2, Mea Starkey 2, Samantha Jennings 1, Sadie Simmons 1
Assists – Simmons 15
Kills – Jennings 11, Simmons 4, Starkey 3, Vaughn 3, Hollis 2, Danika Reno 1
Digs – Starkey 12, Reno 10, Vaughn 9, Hollis 7, Jennings 5, Simmons 5, Marli McBride