“I have seen improvement throughout the season, but we lack consistency,” coach Sherry Jackson said.
“Several of the girls are playing for the first time so this has been a learning season for sure,” Jackson said. “I do hope they will stick with the program and continue to get better for next season.”
Andrea Eison had an ace and a kill; Kris Clayton had two aces; Makaylah Plemmons had an ace; Hannah Farr had a kill, one assist and a dig.
There are two more games left in the season. Next the Lady Jacket’s team travels to Clinton on Tuesday.