WESTWOOD Fairview’s win on Tuesday was extra special.
The Lady Eagles’ 3-0 victory (25-22, 25-15, 25-17) over Lawrence County gave coach Rick Lambert his 200th career triumph. Twenty-five of those came as Lawrence County’s leader.
Charlee Hobbs collected a team-high 11 kills. Graycin Price had nine kills and three aces. Kiera Loving tallied 22 assists, seven aces and four kills. Kameron Fry had two aces and 17 digs.
Fairview (16-11) will host Raceland on Thursday.
Said Lambert of win No. 200: “Like I told the kids, I never make one play. You all make the plays. It’s taken a lot of hard work. My wife’s had a lot of patience through the years.
“I’m proud of the girls,” he added. “It means a lot to me, our program, the school and community. Seventeen years, it’s gone by fast.”
Lawrence County (7-17) will host Betsy Layne on Monday.
Greenup Co. 0
LLOYD The visiting Lady Eagles turned in a sweep, but a narrow one: Fairview defeated Greenup County 25-23 in the first and the third sets, sandwiched around a 25-15 decision.
Charlee Hobbs notched 15 kills and seven digs, and Kiera Loving produced two aces, 24 assists, three kills and 11 digs.
Kameron Fry made 22 digs and an ace, Corissa Conley came up with four kills and nine digs, Graycin Price collected three kills and 18 digs, and Shelby Marcum added three aces and 11 digs.
Natalie Tackett delivered two aces, two kills and five digs.
Fairview improved to
15-11 ahead of Tuesday’s bout with Lawrence County at home.
Greenup County was 11-16 leading into a trip to Raceland on Tuesday.