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Leopards’ drought ends, advance to playoffs
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The Kenedy Leopards pose together for a photo after their big win in Woodsboro.
The Kenedy Leopards pose together for a photo after their big win in Woodsboro.
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The Kenedy Leopards ended a 10 year dry spell when they beat Woodsboro in a gut wrenching match last Tuesday.

The match-up took place in Woodsboro and with the win, the Leopards earned a position in the playoffs.

The Leopards took the first game 25-14 and battled through the second winning 28-26.

After dropping the third game 11-25, the Leopards clinched the win in a fourth game 25-22.

The win was a huge team effort.

Saren Sutton led in kills with 10 followed by Teryn Schmidt with 6.

Jacki Zapata and Lauren Hernandez each had 2 while Karly Nichols battled at the net with 1 kill and 1 block.

Serving aces were Schmidt with 5 and Becca Brown, Zapata, Nichols, and Hernandez with 2 each.

Lillie Vickery led in digs with 10.

Hernandez and Sutton each had 5 and Laurel Vickery had 2.

Brown had an amazing 19 assists.

The Leopards will end regular season play with a match against Runge in Kenedy.

The team is coached by Niki Fudge and assisted by James Hinojosa and Nichole Watts.
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