By BLAKE WOOD
The Saint Jo Lady Panthers traveled to western Montague County Tuesday to take on the Gold-Burg Lady Bears.
The Lady Panthers raised their season record to 9-14 with a 3-1 district mark after a straight set victory by the scores of 25-11, 25-8, 25-13 in this District 2A-10 contest. Gold-Burg drops to 0-17, 0-3 in district.
“I thought we could have done better,” said Gold-Burg coach Lyndsey Shaw. “We started out strong in the first and third sets.”
The coach said she was impressed with how her in-county adversary “plays well together.”
“We played a good game,” Saint Jo head coach Kristi Tallon said.
Tallon said Saint Jo has been hit by the injury bug, and that forced the Panthers to bring up some junior varsity players. Read more in the weekend edition of The Bowie News.
(Right) Saint Jo’s Karla Fernandez sets while teammates watch during Tuesday’s District 2A-10 match at Gold-Burg High School in Stoneburg. The Lady Panthers defeated the Bears in three sets. Click the image for the complete photo. (News photo by Blake Wood)