New Week, New Attitude

Morgan Harbolt, Executive Editor

Setting up to take on Mercy.

Going from a losing week to a winning one, the Lady Chargers volleyball team is ready to take on their biggest competition.

The team feels good coming off of a successful week. They prepare to take on their biggest rival this week. Their season is more than halfway over.

The Lady Chargers took on the county rivals, North Bullitt Eagles Wednesday, Sept. 18. It was the Eagles senior night, but the Chargers didn’t ease up. They won the game in three straight sets. Senior Julia Kromenacker said, “It feels really good to have won both our games last week. We were especially proud to have beaten North. We went into the season knowing that was our biggest game and we were happy to come out on top.”

Then the team traveled to Fairdale the next night, Sept. 19. They played the best two out of three games and won 2-0.

Tomorrow, Sept. 24 the team will take on their biggest competition, Mercy. Senior Taylor Clemens said, “We’re definitely very nervous about playing Mercy, just because they are the number one team in the state but at the same time we’re super excited for the challenge.”

With the big game tomorrow and the rest of the season remaining, the team is focusing on adding to the winning side of the record. Clemens said, “We’re just working on the finer details of things and just really cleaning everything up at this point.”

The Lady Chargers next game will be on the road tomorrow night against the Mercy Jaguars, the first set will start at 7:30 p.m.