Lady Panthers net 3-0 victory over Lady Rebels
Corydon Central’s Morgan Mosley did damage with eight aces, and Reagan Mosley punished the South Central defense with 14 kills last Tuesday.
The sisters combined to put up lofty numbers in the Lady Panthers’ 25-13, 26-24, 25-16 win at home against rival South Central.
Accounting for three of Corydon Central’s first six points via Morgan Mosley aces, the Lady Panthers jumped out to a 6-2 lead in game one. South Central cut the lead to two when Kelsey Miller served an ace.
Corydon Central responded with a Symphony LeJeune kill, followed by winners from Justice Avery and Gloria McCarty-Flores. Suddenly, the points started adding up for Corydon Central with Morgan and Reagan Mosley adding late in the game one win.
The second game was a different story. Corydon Central took command early when Reagan Mosley put in an ace for a 10-2 lead. From that point, South Central reeled off six consecutive points to get back in the match. Kristin Miller had a kill during the spurt that was spawned by many Lady Panthers hitting errors.
South Central was able to tie the game at 11-all when Libby Pellman delivered a kill. The visiting Lady Rebels took a 15-13 lead off a Corydon Central side out, their biggest of the game. The Mosley sisters, however, landed a kill (Reagan) and two aces (Morgan) to pull the Lady Panthers back in front.
Ashley Deaton got in on the ace action with two in a row for Corydon Central, keeping her team in front.
Later in game two, South Central tied the score at 23 via a Kelsey Miller kill and again at 24 via a Corydon Central error. Corydon Central went on to win the final two points, the last on a Reagan Mosley kill.
Short runs led to Corydon Central running away with game three. Two four-point and one five-point run highlighted the finale.
Contributing four kills each for Corydon Central were LeJeune and Ashley Crawhorn. Deaton had three aces while McCarty-Flores and Reagan Mosley had two each.
South Central’s offense was paced by three kills each from Samantha Turner, Kelsey Miller and Kristin Miller. Kristin Miller also had two aces.
Both teams will hit the road this week: Corydon Central heads to Austin tomorrow (Thursday) while South Central visits Crothersville on Friday.