The Caldwell County High School volleyball team won 3-2 at Ballard Memorial on Thursday, avenging a 3-2 loss to the Lady Bombers in the All A Classic semistate match on Oct. 2.
CCHS won the match 25-21, 18-25, 22-25, 25-19, 15-7.
Senior outside hitter Olivia Mitchell slammed a team-high 30 kills, while senior middle blocker Abby Griggs had 16 and senior setter Kendyll Prowell and junior outside hitter Mary Tays had seven apiece.
Prowell handed out 55 assists for the Lady Tigers (13-5), while Griggs had four blocks in the match.
Senior libero Riley Thomas repelled a team-high 40 digs, while Tays had 18 and Mitchell had 14. Junior defensive specialist Adison Sullenger served up four aces for Caldwell County.
CCHS shut out visiting Paducah Tilghman on Tuesday, winning 25-11, 25-11, 25-15.
Griggs brought home 15 kills in the match, while Mitchell had 11. Griggs rejected four blocks, while junior middle blocker Kynady Thomas had three.
Prowell had 36 assists in the match. Mitchell had a team-high 19 digs on defense, while Thomas had 18.
The Lady Tigers will close out its regular-season schedule today (Saturday) with a tri-match at the Community Activities Building. CCHS will host Christian Fellowship at 9 a.m., then take on Warren East about noon.
As the top seed in the District 7 tournament, Caldwell County will play the winner of Tuesday’s match between tournament host Hopkins Co. Central (3-7) and Madisonville-North Hopkins (12-3). The championship game will be played at 6 p.m. Thursday.