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Lady Dragons top Chesy in OVC volleyball match

Published 1:39am Wednesday, September 4, 2013

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PROCTORVILLE — Three was the key number for the Fairland Lady Dragons.

The Lady Dragons used three sets to pick up their third Ohio Valley Conference volleyball win Tuesday as they beat the Chesapeake Lady Panthers.

Fairland won in straights sets 25-17, 25-10 and 25-22. Jenna Fulks scored 23 points and Taylor Perry added 7 to lead Fairland.

Carley Lester scored 11 points for the Lady Panthers.

In the reserve match, Chesapeake won 23-25, 25-23, 25-21 as Jozy Jones had 8 points. Nicole Wagoner had 8 points for Fairland.

The Lady Dragons play at South Point Thursday in a league match.

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