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Volleyball Report: Fairfield wins over Peebles; LCHS falls in 2 games

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Stephen Forsha, The Highland County Press

Tuesday, Sept. 26

Fairfield defeats Peebles for SHAC win

The Fairfield Lady Lions added to their Southern Hills Athletic Conference win total Tuesday night by defeating the Peebles Lady Indians in four sets for the win at PHS.

FHS won sets one, two and four by scores of 25-23, 25-19 and 25-16. Peebles won set three at 26-24.

In the match, Fairfield was led in kills by Jobey Hattan with 17 and Mackenzie Anderson with 13.

Kelsey Clark was the assists leader for FHS with 35, while Remi Moon and Clark each had three aces, and McKinley Cox had one ace.

Leading in digs was Kelsey Clark with 22, followed by Hattan with 21, Moon with 17 and Jadi Howland with 15 digs.

FHS also had 10 blocks, with Emily Taylor collecting four to lead the way.

With the win, FHS stays in first place in Division II of the SHAC standings with an 8-1 record, while also improving to 8-6 overall.


Tuesday, Sept. 26 and Wednesday, Sept. 27

LCHS volleyball loses to North Adams and Paint Valley

On Tuesday night, the LCHS Lady Mustangs lost a home SHAC game to the North Adams Lady Green Devils in three sets.

LCHS lost by scores of 25-11, 25-13 and 25-18.

For LCHS, Halle Greene led with three kills, and in assists the leader was Addy Carraher with eight.

Allison Rockey totaled two aces for the lead, and with 10 digs was Avery Shope for the team lead. The blocks leader was Matalyn Magee with three.

The following night, on Wednesday, Sept. 27, LCHS lost a non-conference game in four sets to visiting Paint Valley.

PVHS won set one (25-9), and LCHS won set two (25-23). The Lady ’Cats won the next two sets by scores of 25-16 and 25-15.

Carraher had a team-best six kills Wednesday, and she had 11 assists for the lead.

Allison Rockey totaled five aces to lead LCHS, and the digs leader was also Allison Rockey with 22, followed by Joslyn Rockey with 17 and Carraher had 13 digs.

LCHS had two blocks, with one each from Greene and Magee.

LCHS is now 3-8 in the SHAC (Div. I) and 4-12 overall.