It was another impressive win for the Corbin Lady Redhounds on Thursday night when they hosted the Williamsburg Lady Yellow Jackets, coming away with a three-set victory.
It was another district win for the Lady Redhounds, who are now 4-0 in district play on the season. It was their first game against Williamsburg this year, and the Lady Redhounds turned in a dominating performance, winning 25-15, 25-13, and 25-8.
The win also served as their 10th in their last 12 games. Out of those 10 wins, the Lady Redhounds have only fallen in two sets -- one to South Laurel and one to Mercer County.
Morgan Stacey, Emma Kurtsinger and Hannah Baker led the way for the Lady Redhounds. Stacey and Kurtsinger had five kills, apiece, while Baker finished with two kills on the night. Coach Vanessa Ross said she was happy with the way her team played against the Lady Yellow Jackets and in all of their district games this season, but also credited Williamsburg with their effort.
"It is always great to have a district win," said Ross. "I was very impressed with the way Williamsburg has grown as a team."
With the win, the Lady Redhounds improve their record to 13-5 on the year. They have yet to lose a game to a district or regional opponent. Their next game will be on Monday, when they play host to the Knox Central Lady Panthers.