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Lady Coyotes volleyball off to 7-3 start

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Through ten games of their season, the Lady Coyotes’ volleyball squad has compiled a 7-3 overall record and a 1-2 record in Region 7, District 14.

In their most recent match against Kenwood on Aug. 31, the team prevailed in four sets; 25-14, 26-24, 23-25 and 25-20 for its first district win.

Head coach Sarah Rike “is pleased with how the team has worked hard to overcome and adversity and has pulled together as one team.”

She credits Shawnti’ Graham as a team leader.

“She leads the team in kills and has become our go-to person whether that be needing the ball put down or picking up the energy when we are down,” Coach Rike said. “Shawnti demands respect on the court from opponents.”

Coach Rike sees areas for improvement, though.

“We need to improve on staying locked in and focused,” she said. “We need to play forward and have “next ball” mentality. When we are locked in we are incredibly hard to beat.”

The Lady Coyotes have perennial Region 7 contender Clarksville High School on the horizon. On Wednesday, Sept. 6, the squad hosts the Lady Wildcats. This is a match that just means more to the team.

“Anytime we play CHS, it means something,” Coach Rike said. “CHS has had a chokehold on volleyball in Clarksville, but we all believe we are just as good, if not better than them. We are definitely looking forward to hosting them and showing off what we are capable of doing.”

But before then, the team travels to Henry County High School on Tuesday, Sept, 5, to take on the district foe Lady Patriots.

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