Homecoming was a success for the Lincoln County volleyball team last Friday.

“They played really well, considering the homecoming week,” Lincoln coach Ken Thornock said. “One out of the four sets we played, we played outstanding; we played one that we were a little loose in, other than that I thought they took care of business pretty well,” he added.

The Lady Lynx didn’t lose a game during the double header with scores of 25-13, 25-9 and 25-20, 25-10. Bridon Lewis had six aces, 12 kills and six digs and Chesnee Harding had 15 assists and 12 digs. Cameron Lloyd added three kills, five aces and five digs.

“I felt like the girls played really well as a team, they stayed focused,” Thornock said. “And in a game it’s hard to stay focused when you’re playing team that’s not giving you a real run for your money. So they had to put extra effort on their part and not make mistake of their own and really attack and I really felt that they did that really well.”

The wins put Lincoln’s record at 17-11 overall and 10-4 in the Division III Southern League. They played their final home and league matches yesterday against Agassi Prep. The Lady Lynx head to Alamo for a non-league tuneup against Pahranagat Valley on Tuesday, and then it’s on to the regional playoffs next weekend.

In other Division III Southern League news, White Pine suffered its first loss of the season in the second match of a doubleheader against Calvary Chapel, who is second in league standings. The Lady Bobcats will still head into the playoffs as the first seed.