Mercer’s season ends after region loss

Arpan Dixit
Herald Staff
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Jaclyn Devine shows off her hops while serving during the Lady Titans loss to Pulaski County in the 12th region tournament on Tuesday, Oct. 24. (Photo by Arpan Dixit)

The Mercer County Lady Titans volleyball team (10-15) suffered a straight loss, 3-0 (25-17, 25-12, 25-20), to the Pulaski County Lady Maroons (20-13) on Tuesday, Oct. 24, ending their season.

The Lady Titans were coming off a loss in the 46th district championship to West Jessamine, while Pulaski County was coming off a 47th district championship victory over  Rockcastle County.

Mercer Head Coach Lynn Flach talked about the loss after the game.

“Our girls fought hard tonight and played a good game,” she said. “We just needed to execute better in order to win the game.”

“My seniors are my true leaders out on the court,” she said. “They’ve set a great example for the younger girls they’ve had to play with as well. They have embraced them and have never been negative to them.”

Flach said she knows that leadership will not be forgotten and will carry over to the younger girls for the future.

The Lady Titans ended their season with a record of 10-16, going 9-12 in region play and 6-3 in district play.

The Lady Titans future is bright with a lot of young talent that Flach and her staff will get to work with in the future.

To learn more, check out this week’s issue of The Harrodsburg Herald.

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