WESTWOOD Fairview set a school record for volleyball victories in a single season on Monday night with its 21st by sweeping Bath County, 3-0 (25-11, 25-21, 25-14).
Perhaps more impressively, the Lady Eagles don’t have a senior on the roster. Rick Lambert is understandably upbeat about the future.
“They’ve still got a long way to go in their career,” Fairview’s 16th-year head coach said of the Lady Eagles. “I’m just waiting to see how good they can be.”
The historic victory was Fairview’s ninth in a row and 11th in its last 12 outings.
“I don’t think a lot of people would think we’d be able to play like we’re playing,” Lambert said. “I think we can just keep getting better.”
Charlee Hobbs produced six aces, eight kills and six digs for the Lady Eagles (21-11). Natalie Tackett notched three aces, eight kills and seven digs.
Graycin Price added three aces, four kills and 12 digs, Kameron Fry had 19 digs, and Kiera Loving dished 18 assists. Shelby Marcum had two aces and seven digs.
Bath County dropped to 4-22.