Caldwell County won their 14th straight game Tuesday with a 25-8, 25-7 win over Trigg County in Princeton.
Caldwell improves to 17-1 overall and 3-0 in district play, securing the top seed in the district tournament.
Trigg County falls to 4-9 with their fifth straight loss. The Lady Wildcats return to action Thursday at Crittenden County.
In other volleyball action Tuesday:
- Christian County (17-6) beat Logan County (18-3) 25-23, 19-25, 25-21.
"I'm very proud of how the girls played tonight. They played as a team and continually picked each other up when the plays were not going our way. They never gave up on each other! We did a wonderful job at the net blocking and altering Logan's hits. We also served as well as we have all year. We attacked a lot tonight. That was due to how well we passed. Great passing makes us successful and tonight we were successful," CCHS coach Rick Erickson said."Logan County is a great team. This was a big win for us."Christian County trailed 8-15 in the first set before coming back to tie it at 15-15. They then trailed 19-22 before tying the score at 22-22. They then went on to win 25-23.In the 2nd set, Logan jumped out to a 4-0 lead before Christian Co. tied it at 5-5 and 6-6. That was the last time the match would be tied as Logan would go up 17-12 and 22-15. Christian reached to within 3 points at 19-22 before Logan put the match away 25-19.In the 3rd set, Logan started off hot and was up 6-2. Christian Co. tied it up at 11-11 and 14-14 before Logan took a 19-16 and then a 21-18 lead. Christian Co. sided out and served out the match to claim the 25-21 win.Kayla Wade had an .804 passing percentage and 2 aces.Bailey Joiner had 17 assists, 1 ace and 1 kill.Casey Castile had 5 kills, 2 blocks and 1 ace.Zatoria Leavell had 3 aces, 2 kills and an assist.Courtney Baker had 4 kills and 2 blocks.Nicole Brown had 3 kills and an ace.Michelle O'Quinn had 8 kills and 1 block.
Hopkinsville (12-7) won their fourth straight game with a 25-23, 21-25, 25-19 win over Muhlenberg County.
Fort Campbell (11-3) beat Hopkins County Central 15-25, 25-20, 25-9.
Heritage Christian Academy beat Glasgow Christian Academy 25-21, 25-10. The Lady Warriors did get off to a slow start falling behind 11-3 but tying it up at 11 all, only to find themselves down again 17-11.