The Adair County High School volleyball team will open the 2013 season on the road in Barren County. Adair County will face Glasgow in a season-opener on Aug. 12. The Lady Indians, who compete in the 20th District and 5th Region, resumed preseason practice earlier in the month following the conclusion of the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s Dead Period.
Adair County exited the 2012 Kentucky high school volleyball season 4-20 following a loss to Marion County in the 2012 20th District Tournament at Taylor County.
Marion County is the reigning 20th District champion.
The Lady Knights blanked Taylor County 3-0 (25-21, 25-18,. 25-13) in the 20th District Tournament title match. Both Marion County and Taylor County advanced to the 5th Region Tournament.
Central Hardin is the defending 5th Region champion. The Lady Bruins, who shut out Green County 3-0 (25-10, 25-12, 25-11) in the 5th Region championship match, completed the 2012 season 36-5.
Prior to falling to Marion County in the district tournament tilt, Adair County had posted back-to-back shutout wins, blanking both Cumberland County and Monticello.
Adair County defeated Glasgow 2-1 (25-11, 22-25, 15-10) in the lone meeting between the two Kentucky high school volleyball squads last season, a match played in the Battle of the Barren Tournament.
The Lady Indians will look to fare better in the 20th District. Adair County went winless in the district last season.
Head coach Michael Godsey guides the Adair County volleyball program.
Glasgow didn’t fare as well in the 2012 season. The Lady Scotties concluded the 2012 Kentucky high school volleyball season 1-25. Glasgow competes in the 15th District and 4th Region.