Central High School volleyball returned home to Joe Frank Patch Gymnasium on Monday, September 30, for a senior night showdown with Warren County. The Lady Raiders held on in their last home match of the regular season with a 3-0 sweep of the Lady Pioneers.
Warren County kept it close from the match's start. In the first set, the Lady Raiders held off their opponents to win 25-23. In the second, Warren County again played a competitive set, but CHS stayed in front to win 25-22.
In the decisive third set, the Lady Raiders were forced to an extra point, but held on to win 26-24.
The team completed 92 percent of its serves in bounds and finished with seven aces. Kiya Ferrell led the category with five, with one each from Amanda Mukai and Keri Munn.
Munn and Ferrell led the team in kills with nine each out of 36. Ferrell was also the team leader in digs, with nine out of 35. Mukai took the top spot in assists with 16 out of 30.