Thursday night, the Boyle County volleyball team did something no other district team could do this year: Win a game against Lincoln County. However, the Rebels didn’t just settle for a game in the 45th District Tournament championship match. No, they won three straight games, 25-22, 25-23, 25-21, to knock off the top-seeded Patriots and repeat as district champion. “Three straight baby!” said an excited Boyle coach Andrea Craig after the 3-0 win. “They wanted it. It was theirs for the taking.
Five-time defending district champion Boyle County faced its first postseason elimination test and passed it with flying colors, shutting out Lincoln County 10-0 in a mercy-rule game Monday night in the 45th District Tournament semifinal round at Rebel Stadium. Since the top two teams move on to regionals, the Rebels, last year's regional runners-up, advance while the Patriots' season is over.
MT. VERNON — For the past 11 seasons, the only trips Boyle County has made to the state baseball tournament have been as spectators. That won’t be the case this year. In Wednesday’s 12th Region Tournament championship game, tourney MVP Ty Dragan cranked out two three-run home runs and Hunter Mason knocked out a solo home run to give the Rebels all the cushion they needed to defeat Lincoln County 10-3 and punch their ticket to next week’s KHSAA State Baseball Tournament.
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Selecting a term
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