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The 2020 Scott High volleyball team is pictured.

MADISON — Scott High volleyball (1-3) took on the 2-1 Sherman Lady Tide during a tri with Ravenswood at the Lady Skyhawks’ home court on Sept. 29. The two sides previously met on Sept. 8, when Sherman defeated the Madison side 2-1.

Scott took the first set of the match 25-13, taking a strong lead and holding onto it. Sherman showed its mettle in the second set, battling it out with Scott to work its way to 27-27, then gaining the advantage and winning 29-27. The final set was won by Scott 25-17, giving the Lady Hawks a win to split the season’s series against the cross-county rivals 1-1 in the 2020 season.

Sherman coach Terri Dawn Williams said being on the court again was good, and she was happy to get games in again following the pandemic hiatus.

“You could tell our timing was off,” Williams said. “We played hard, but just didn’t execute the way we should have.” She said Scott played well, made fewer mistakes, and earned the win.

Scott’s coaches were unable to be reached for comment.

Scott (3-3) was set to host Man High School (0-3) at 6 p.m. on Oct. 8, and Sherman (2-2) was to play Buffalo (1-0) at home on the same evening. However, no Boone County schools will be able to participate in sports competition this week after the district was designated as orange on the state’s school re-entry map.