The George Rogers Clark volleyball team advanced to the 10th Region semifinals with a 3-0 shutout of Mason County Tuesday night at Bracken County.
The Lady Cardinals won the first game 25-19, followed by a 25-14 victory in the next game. Clark completed the sweep with a 25-10 win in the final game. The Lady Cardinals (20-10) will take on Campbell County at 7 tonight at Bracken County. The Lady Camels (19-13) earned a spot in the semifinals with a 3-0 win over Deming in the first game of a doubleheader.
Curry added that Sydney Wright “did a super job serving the ball.”
Campbell County will bring a perfect 10-0 mark against 10th¿Region foes into the contest.
Aces — Sydney Wright 8, Kyndal Curry 2 Maddie Hamlin 1. Hits — Maddie Hamlin 3 good hits, 5 kills; Kyndal Curry 7 good hits, 4 kills; Sandra Skinner 4 good hits, 9 kills; Darion Marzetti 3 good hits, 6 kills. Digs — Amy Kao 13 good, 1 error; Sydney Wright 5 good, 0 errors; Veronica Lopez 8 good, 1 error. Serve, recieve passes — Amy Kao 10 good, 5 errors; Kyndal Curry 9 good, 4 errors; Veronica Lopez 5 good, 0 errors. Sets — Carrie Irvin 28 good, 2 errors and 21 set assists.
Boys soccer: Harrison edges Clark in overtime
The George Rogers Clark boys soccer team saw its season come to an end with a heartbreaking 4-3 setback to Harrison County in overtime Tuesday night in Cynthiana.
The Cardinals defeated the Thorobreds 1-0 on Sept. 18 in Cynthiana, but couldn’t accomplish the same feat this time around.
Clark was making its first appearance in the postseason since advancing to the state finals in 2007.
The Cards defeated Bourbon County in the opening round of the 39th District Tournament, but fell to Montgomery County in the finals last week at Stonerside Field in Paris.
Andrew Walker paced the Cards with two goals and assisted on a score by teammate Christian Colvard on Tuesday night.
With 18 minutes remaining, Clark led 3-2, but gave up the tying goal with eight minutes remaining in regulation.
The Thorobreds connected on the winning score on a direct kick with two minutes remaining in sudden death overtime.
Clark goal keeper Conner Blankenship collected five saves for the Cards.
Harrison ¿County moves on to the semifinals and will take on Bishop ¿Brossart in the second game of a doubleheader Thursday night in Cynthiana. Scott High will play Montgomery County in the first game, set for 5:30 p.m. Bishop Brossart and Montgomery County each received a first-round bye.
The Cards ended the season with a 7-9-2 record under Ian Collins, former coach at the University of Kentucky.