Silver Creek Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball

  • Overall Record: 8 - 4
  • Conference Record: 5 - 1

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Volleyball: Lady Dragons Stay Hot

SCOTTSBURG —  Silver Creek picked up its second Mid-Southen Conference win Tuesday with a 25-14, 25-19, 25-8 sweep over previously-unbeaten Scottsburg. The Dragons spread the attack on the ball and finished with 37 kills on 34 assists. Silver Creek had three players finish with five kills or better. Ashlee Ullrich led the way with eight,

Volleyball: Lady Dragons Renew Rivalry with Floyd in 3-2 Win

FLOYDS KNOBS — Silver Creek scored an impressive 5-set win over host Floyd Central on Monday. The first two sets were split, both by just two points. The Highlanders took a 2-1 lead after taking the third set by six points — the largest winning margin of the night. The Dragons fought back to take

Volleyball: Lady Dragons Impress in Lexington

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Silver Creek left the Kentuckiana Showcase with three wins Saturday. The Dragons (5-1) took down Dunbar, host Tates Creek and St. Henry in the successful day of action. “Silver Creek had a great day today,” coach Jeff Zimmerman said. “We played some tough competition today and battled to go 3-0. The great

Volleyball: Lady Dragons Sweep West Clark Rival Henryville

SELLERSBURG — After opening the season Tuesday with a loss to Providence, Silver Creek won on back-to-back nights, including a sweep of Henryville on Thursday. Ashlee Ullrich had a team-best 12 kills as the Dragons defeated their West Clark rivals 25-11, 25-14, 25-20. “Great start to our first week of the season,” Silver Creek coach

Volleyball: Lady Dragons Bounce Back with Win Over Salem

After a tough outing the previous night against Providence, the volleyball team started their run at another MSC crown with a 3-0 win over Salem. The girls are back in action Thursday, when they host West Clark rival Henryville at 6:00. Varsity                          

Volleyball: Rival Providence gets the best of Lady Dragons

SELLERSBURG — Providence ended Silver Creek’s season the last two years, and on Tuesday, the 5-time reigning semistate champions beat the host Dragons in three sets, 25-20, 25-18 and 25-15 on Tuesday. Needless to say, Silver Creek coach Jeff Zimmerman is thrilled that his team won’t have to see the Pioneers in the postseason again.