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Lady Farmers win opening three matches in Princeton tournament

by | Aug 12, 2022 | Latest, Sports

The Lady Farmers wasted no time at the Rust Buster classic in Princeton, winning their first three matches on Aug. 11.

Farmersville (4-0) started strong against Van Alstyne, winning 2-0 (25-13, 25-18). The team scored 17 of the first 22 points in set one, cruising to victory. Head coach Harold Davis praised his team’s ability to play a clean match, limiting their errors in each set.

Angie Lee and Sophia White helped finish off the Lady Panthers in set two. The combination scored combined for four points in the frame, with White having six assists in the set alone.

Farmersville followed up the opening win with 2-0 victories over North Lamar (25-8, 25-20) and Denison (25-11, 25-14). The Lady Farmers have yet to drop a set early on in the regular season.

The team will play three more games on Friday and additional games Saturday in tournament action.

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