The Christian Fellowship Lady Eagles traveled to compete in the Kentucky Christian Athletic Conference (KCAC) tournament in Lexington on September 17-18, 2021, returning home as a KCAC State Runner-Up finalist.
Against Portland Christian on Friday night, the Lady Eagles won with two of three sets, 25-12, 19-25, 15-12. And on Saturday, Christian Fellowship faced Heritage Christian, scoring two of three wins, 25-23, 18-25, 18-15, before advancing to the Championship.
As the Lady Eagles fought hard, Trinity Christian Academy won two of the Championship’s three sets, 16-25, 25-18, 15-11. Despite his fall against the Lady Titans, Christian Fellowship brought the finalist title and the trophy back to Marshall County.
In addition to finishing in second place, sophomore Lilian Griggs and junior Lily Burnett were part of the KCAC volleyball tournament all-star team.
The Lady Eagles have proven themselves in the first region and local zone with a 16-8 record heading into the game against their competition across the street, Marshall County.
Led by Burnett, who has 269 kills and 212 digs, the Eagles are backed by exceptional young talent. Junior Rhema Howard, sidelined with a nose injury during the KCAC tournament, leads with 295 digs this season. In addition, junior Cordia Hood leads with 45 aces.
This season, the Lady Eagles have had many great moments, including winning 17-25, 25-23, 15-11 over the Lady Marshals at WRECK @ The Plex in Hopkinsville on September 4th.
With six games to play in the regular season schedule, the Christian Fellowship Lady Eagles are looking to continue their success and finish strong on the home stretch of the 2021 season.