Hopkinsville won the first set, but Todd County rallied to win the final two and post a 22-25, 25-16, 25-22 win in volleyball action Monday night in Elkton.
Hoptown (1-2) was playing without starters Lindsey Ezell and Dani Matthews who were out sick.
Todd County also won the JV contest 2-1, while Hopkinsville won the freshman game in three sets.
Hopkinsville returns to action Thursday at home against Hopkins County Central.
Christian County went 3-2 and finished tied for 9th place out of 24 teams at the Apollo Summer Slam.
On Friday, Christian County beat Ohio County 25-21, 25-12. They lost to Bowling Green 18-25, 19-25.
On Saturday, they beat Hancock County 25-21, 21-25, 25-22 to finish 2nd in their pool and advance to the Gold Medal Round.
In the Gold Medal Round, they lost to Grayson County 25-21, 13-25, 17-25 and beat Paducah Tillghman 25-19, 24-26, 25-18.
Casey Castile had 39 kills and 5 blocks.
Michelle O'Quinn had 27 kills, 7 blocks, and 5 aces
Kayla Wade had 62 assists and 5 aces.
Courtney Baker had 18 kills, 28 blocks and 2 assists.
Shelby Allison had 7 kills, 12 blocks, 4 aces and 1 assist.
Bailey Joiner had 3 aces, 19 assists and 1 kill.
Carly P'Pool had 4 kills and 9 blocks.
Brianna Outland had 4 aces and 1 kill.
Annie Coleman had 1 kill.
Raegan Taylor had 1 kill and 1 assist.
Christian County is now 4-2. Their next match is Thursday at home vs. Ft. Campbell starting at 5:00