Turkey Valley’s Ashton Kout “saves” a ball from going into the net during the Trojans’ home match with North Fayette Valley on Tuesday.

Trojans still searching for first win of season

    Anyone who thinks Turkey Valley's volleyball girls aren't giving a full effort just needed to look at  Ashton Kout's leg during a 3-0 loss to North Fayette Valley Thursday.
    Earlier in the week, during a practice, the senior ran into one of the standards and placed a couple big welts on her thigh. It looked painful, but Kout had her best serving of the season as she fired a pair of aces while going 12-for-12 at the line.
    “As of right now, Ashton is the most consistent server on our team, we put a good amount of time into serving and many of the girls are making strides,” said coach Ethan Adams.
    As a team, the Trojans were 36-for-44, for a .818 percentage.
    “We serve every day, and I encourage aggressive serving,” noted the coach. “That being said, we made some errors in serving on serves that were not aggressive, those alone concern me.”

    The rest of the story may be foun in the Sept. 12 Tribune.
 

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