The regular season has come to an end for the Jennings County High School volleyball team, as they now make their final preparations to compete in sectionals. Their season ended last Thursday with two wins during the week.
Their last home match of the season was against South Ripley. The Lady Panthers won in straight sets, 25-21,25-22,25-22. Stat leaders of the evening were Alivia Elmore, 13 kills, Megan Vogel, 3 aces, Zoie Suhre, 4 blocks, and Vogel, 15 digs.
The following night, the girls traveled to Whiteland to compete against the Warriors. Jennings County ended their regular season victorious, winning in straight sets, 25-22,25-9,26-24. Leading the way for the Lady Panthers were Elmore, 13 kills, Lydia Roth and Taylor Mowery, 3 aces, Suhre, 2 blocks, and Roth, 19 digs. Jennings County ends their regular season 16-13.
The Lady Panthers now set their sights on IHSAA Sectional 15 that will take place at Providence High School in Clarksville. During the sectional draw, Jennings County pulled a first round bye, set to take on the winner of a matchup between Jeffersonville and Floyd Central. The Lady Panthers have their work cut out for them, as they have lost to both teams during the regular season. The girls look to turn that around on Saturday, when their match starts at 11:00 a.m. In the chance they advance, the championship game will take place later that evening at 7:00 p.m. We wish the Lady Panthers the best of luck.