Lady Yoe close out season

On Tuesday, the Lady Yoe volleyball team closed out the season by hosting the Franklin Lady Lions from Yoe Gym.   Cameron had an up and down season, which included most of district action.  Entering play on Tuesday evening, Cameron sat at 2-11 in 20-3A, with the sole two wins coming over Hearne, which was winless at 0-13. 


In addition to volleyball, the Cameron Junior High girls program hosted their Dig Pink bake sale.  All proceeds from Dig Pink go directly to breast cancer research.


In the match, Franklin overwhelmed Cameron much of the night in a 25-16, 25-12 and 25-19 loss.  Franklin has been the most consistent team in district action all year, going 12-1 up to this point while sitting all alone at the top of the district. 


Franklin began on an impressive run, opening the first set on a 5-0 scoring streak.  Cameron chipped the lead to 6-4 after a Savannah Kruse kill.  Fellow senior Daiya Braziel closed the gap to 17-10 after a kill of her own.  The Lady Lions went on to win the opener, 25-16. 


With Franklin leading 2-1, Braziel got another kill to even the score.  Down 3-4, Vaculin tied it up with an ane on the right side of the defense.  Tied at nine, Franklin went on 6-0 run to push the lead to 15-9.  Franklin went on to win the second, 25-12.


Cameron was competitive again to begin the third as Ashley Blach’s successful kill brought the score back to even at 6-6.  Down 19-14, a Kruse kill kept the ladies within shouting distance.  Franklin went on to close out the match and the Lady Yoe’s season, 25-19. 


Cameron finishes 7th in 20-3A with a record of 2-12.  Franklin (first, 13-1), Jarrell (second, 11-3), Rogers (third, 10-4) and Lexington (fourth, 8-6) will represent the district in the postseason. 


All-district rewards will be announced once all teams in the district have finished their playoff runs.