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By Haleigh Jacobs
The Lady Demons soared to a win over the Gallatin County Lady Wildcats on Sept. 6 at Williamstown High School.
Three sets were all it took for the Demons to shut out Gallatin County, winning 25-20, 25-11 and 25-19.
The Lady Demons continue to show improvement this season, yet still are looking for ways to grow as a team.
Williamstown sophomore Ariana Johnson was satisfied with the win but would like to see her team play tighter in the future.
“Tonight’s win was alright, but we can play better than that,” she said.
About halfway through their season, the Lady Demons are preparing for two upcoming tournaments and a packed schedule for the next few weeks. A focus for this team has been on improving communication and staying positive throughout the game.
The hard work put forward by the players and coaches has shown. As the Lady Demons are playing tighter with every passing game.
Overall, Johnson is looking forward to capitalizing on the Lady Demons’ potential as the season progresses.
“There is lots of talent on this team.” Johnson said. “We are winning a lot more than we’re losing, so that’s good.”
In order for Williamstown to find success this season, each individual player is analyzing her own strengths and weaknesses to see how they fit into the team.
Johnson identified her greatest strength against Gallatin County. “My serves were the best thing tonight,” she said.
Up next for the Lady Demons is a home game at 5 p.m. against Covington Latin Sept. 13.