By Caleb Scott
The final game of the season was a bit of a struggle for the Ladynecks, but they managed to prevail over the Gladewater Ladybears and finish with a 7-0 district record. The Ladynecks’ won in two sets 25-18, 19-13.The second match was cut short due to time constraints.
Emma Teague led the way with 10 serves, Kenzie Jester was right on her heels with seven. Together they contributed 17 points.
“I think we did pretty good, but I think we need to communicate more,” Jester said, “I think we did good on defense as well, but when they freeball it over we need to work on getting better hits and passes”
Also contributing was Bree Able with three serves and Mackenzie Goode added three more. Kahlen Reed managed two serves and Zoe Hightower added five more serves. Whitni Rayson contribiuted a serve and a hit, and Chloe Bates had two hits. The team managed a bump, set, spike and a bump, set, kill in the win.
“I think we did good, I believe that we did better than we have in the past since we it was the last game of the season, and we have the energy to get this win.” Bates said. “I think we could have done better, but we had a lot of effort, and there were a bunch of times where people were going towards it and we didn’t communicate. I feel that we did better than we have.”
The Ladynecks open their basketball season at home against Sabine on Monday, November 5.