If you ask Coach Jordan Devine, she will tell you that the Lady Eagles have not played that well over the last few weeks.

They have made too many unforced errors and are missing some opportunities that have been provided.

What she won’t tell you is that they haven’t dropped a single set since Aug. 25 in a short set tournament against 5A Alma. They have had to fill numerous positions after graduating a large group of seniors, but they are putting in all of the extra work to maintain the level of excellence. The frustration that Paris feels is all internal, problems every other coach in 3A wishes they had.

Paris had another three-game week, opening on the road at Mayflower. They put up 20 service aces on the evening, with Joni Inman and Faith Mainer each recording five. Ryleigh Hardwicke added seven kills and Inman another six. The Lady Eagles made quick work on the road and came back to prepare for a home match against Booneville.

The Lady Eagles put this one away early. Paiton Forbis ran off 16 straight serves to start the evening, breaking the morale of the Lady Bearcats early. Inman had 16 kills, and Hardwicke was on her heels with another dozen, as Paris pounded the court all evening.

When they welcomed in Lincoln on Thursday evening, the blitz continued. The Lady Eagles again imposed their will on an outmatched opponent and finished the evening in time for the crowd to make their way across the parking lot and make the opening kickoff of the Junior Eagles football game.

Paris will be a heavy road favorite this week as they travel to Wilson and then to Elkins. The next home game will be against Charleston on Sept. 25.If you ask Coach Jordan Devine, she will tell you that the Lady Eagles have not played that well over the last few weeks.

They have made too many unforced errors and are missing some opportunities that have been provided.

What she won’t tell you is that they haven’t dropped a single set since Aug. 25 in a short set tournament against 5A Alma. They have had to fill numerous positions after graduating a large group of seniors, but they are putting in all of the extra work to maintain the level of excellence. The frustration that Paris feels is all internal, problems every other coach in 3A wishes they had.

Paris had another three-game week, opening on the road at Mayflower. They put up 20 service aces on the evening, with Joni Inman and Faith Mainer each recording five. Ryleigh Hardwicke added seven kills and Inman another six. The Lady Eagles made quick work on the road and came back to prepare for a home match against Booneville.

The Lady Eagles put this one away early. Paiton Forbis ran off 16 straight serves to start the evening, breaking the morale of the Lady Bearcats early. Inman had 16 kills, and Hardwicke was on her heels with another dozen, as Paris pounded the court all evening.

When they welcomed in Lincoln on Thursday evening, the blitz continued. The Lady Eagles again imposed their will on an outmatched opponent and finished the evening in time for the crowd to make their way across the parking lot and make the opening kickoff of the Junior Eagles football game.

Paris will be a heavy road favorite this week as they travel to Wilson and then to Elkins. The next home game will be against Charleston on Sept. 25.