Trinity Lutheran used its superior height advantage at the net to come up with 27 kills and post a 25-11, 25-8, 25-8 win against Crothersville in Tuesday night’s volleyball match.
“We were a lot taller, and that makes a big difference,” Cougars coach Chelsey Hackman said. “It’s hard to be strong at the net when you don’t have much height. Unfortunately, (the Tigers) don’t have that.”
Crothersville played without junior middle hitter Mackenzie Farmer and was limited to 11 kills.
“What hurt us tonight is our usual middle hitter, Mackenzie Farmer, is out with a sprained ankle,” Tigers coach Zabrina Nicholson said. “Katrina Christian has been filling in, and Katrina is trying to do the job, but she is a freshman. We threw her in there (Monday at Clarksville). She’s not had any practice time with us.”
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