The Lady Pioneer volleyball team tamed the Covenant Lady Lions on the court Monday with their communication and determination.
The result was Warren County improved to 5-0 on the young season with yet another convincing win.
“I thought we started out pretty sluggish but we definitely picked up the tempo as the match went on,” said WCHS coach Katie Rogers. “Covenant is a very good defensive team and they reached a lot of balls we hit at them. That frustrated us a little bit but the girls settled down and started playing our game. We got the win and now we’re ready to take on Coffee County on Thursday.”
The win comes after WCHS won three games Saturday during a play day at Charlie Dalton Gym.
On Monday night, the Lady Pioneers continued to look crisp. WCHS showed outstanding communication on the floor with Hailey Wood making the call for sets and Bethany Fye making the call for the hits, as well as adding to her kill record.
Covenant Academy was able to put up a challenge more than other teams, but the savvy Lady Pioneers just couldn’t be stopped.
The Lady Pioneer haven’t lost a single game this season. They look to continue their success against Coffee County this Thursday at Charlie Dalton Gym.