Lincoln County High School volleyball dominated Mountain View Christian School at a home doubleheader, Oct. 12.
The Lady Lynx took both sets of the first match, 25-7, 25-11, and both in the second, 25-16, 25-6.
“It was a good opportunity to get experience for the whole team,” Coach Chantel Holt said. “We also got to work on some things that can’t really be re-created in a regular practice setting.”
The stage was set off Mountain View’s first serve. Senior Kendra Mathews got it up with a perfect pass to senior setter Marinda Lamb who set it up to senior KyLee Cameron for the kill.
Keely Jackson then went on a run of 12 serves, awarding Lincoln a promising lead. Mountain View got a couple points here and there, but Lincoln took it to them and won 25-7.
Baylee Cameron had one dig. KyLee Cameron and Mathews each had one kill. Jackson, Lamb, and Josee Lytle had nine, three, and one ace, respectively.
In the second set, the teams traded the first couple points. KyLee Cameron took Lincoln’s 5-2 lead to 11-2. Lincoln gave up a few easy points, but Lytle finished the game off with eight serves. The team won 25-11.
Baylee Cameron had another dig. KyLee Cameron had three aces and one kill. Mathews had one kill. Alexis Barton had an ace. Lytle had two kills and six aces.
Lincoln had first serve for the start of the second match. Mountain View took the lead early. Lincoln gave them false hope by stealing it back quickly. Gwen Lamb served some hard serves to get a solid lead. Frehner also had a good run to help finish off the game. Lincoln won 25-16.
KyLee Cameron, Sadie Soderborg, and Lytle each had one kill. Mathews had one kill and one dig. Barton and Jackson had one and two digs, respectively. Ellie Frehner had one dig and two aces. Gwen Lamb had three aces.
The final game was quick and painless. Lytle took the lead 13-1 with her serves and the rest of the Lady Lynx took it from there.
Lincoln bested Mountain View 25-6.
KyLee Cameron had two aces and one kill. Frehner had another two aces. Lytle had eight aces.
Lincoln is 8-10 overall and 5-3 in Class 2A Southern League play, which puts them third in league, with seven more matches to play over the next three weeks.
Friday, Oct. 19, the Lady Lynx play their final home league game against Calvary Chapel at 5 and 6 p.m.