Varsity volleyballers go 0-10 in non district play but JV continues to win

Floyd County High School’s varsity volleyball team (above) ended non-district season play Thursday night with a 3-0 loss to James River and head into district games next week with a 0-10 record so far this season.

Meanwhile, the JV team celebrated another win (below), overcoming a second game loss to James River to take the match 2-1.

More photos and Roger Mannon’s story on the game in next week’s Floyd Press.

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1 thought on “Varsity volleyballers go 0-10 in non district play but JV continues to win”

  1. The new coaches have committed themselves to the teams, together they have worked to develop great cooperation and trust among these students. I have to say the Varsity scores don’t always reflect the intensity of play. These young women came out and played hard, there is no shame for their loss as they put all they had into competing with more experienced and bigger teams matching point for point until the balance turned and swept them along.
    Our Lady Buff’s are working well together and building into a cohesive unit, they might not have won all the sets but they are champions in our eyes. The games are well attended and the school’s and community’s support is well deserved, we can anticipate great results in the future. Thanks for covering this sport Doug.

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