• Bill Caine, Woodford Sun Sports Editor

Lady Jackets win regular season district title

The Woodford County High School volleyball team wrapped up the regular season district title Tuesday, Oct. 2 with a 3-0 victory over Franklin County. The Lady Jackets cruised in the first set, winning 25-13. The second set was tightly contested but the Lady Jackets scrappy play kept the ball in play and Woodford took a 2-0 lead with a 25-20 win. Woodford took control in the third set and finished the shutout with a 25-13 win.

Lexington Catholic The Lady Jackets lost 3-1 to Lexington Catholic Thursday, Sept. 27. The Lady Knights size, speed, and intensity were too much for Woodford to overcome. The Lady Knights won the first set handily, 25-12. The Lady Jackets began to fight back in the match but lost the second set 25-17. In the third set, the Lady Jackets turned the tables on the Lady Knights and won 25-19 before surrendering the fourth set 25-20.

Frederick Douglass The Lady Jackets lost 3-1 to Frederick Douglass Tuesday, Sept. 25 at the Hive. The first set was back and forth until the Lady Broncos took control late and won the first set, 25-20. In the second set, the Lady Jackets began with a 6-2 lead, but the Lady Broncos took control and won 25-18. The Lady Jackets rallied back into the match in the third set with a terrific effort. Many Woodford players were diving and chasing down the ball to win points. Woodford took the third set 25-13. The Lady Broncos overpowered Woodford in the fourth set, winning 25-18.

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