September 22, 2012

Lady Chicks volleyball loses to Deer Creek


The Chickasha High School volleyball team struggled at Deer Creek as the Lady Chicks varsity lost its sixth-consecutive match.

Neither the junior varsity nor the varsity could win a game against the Lady Antlers, and the varsity’s record fell to 5-18. Deer Creek won the varsity match 11-25, 12-25 and 19-25.

“Not a really good night,” head coach Nancy Waters said. “We came out very flat and did not play well.”

The junior varsity was coming off a draining tournament win just one day earlier in Tecumseh, and it affected their play against Deer Creek.

“You could tell the JV had a tournament let-down,” Waters said. “After playing so long and so hard on Wednesday, it was tough to come back and play well on Thursday.”

Chickasha’s next match is schedule for 4 p.m. Monday, the last home match for the Lady Chicks this season.

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