Opposite Evan Cory had both a match-high 14 kills and seven blocks as Lincoln Memorial swept King 25-15, 26-24, 25-23 to win the Battle for the Tennessee Belt on Tuesday in Harrogate, Tennessee.
The Railsplitters out-hit their in-state rivals .242 to .143 and had two players finish with double-digit kills. Along with Cory, outside attacker Logan Kerley added 14 kills.
With this trophy game victory, Lincoln Memorial remains undefeated at home this season and has won six of its last seven matches.
Check out Off the Block’s postmatch interview with Lincoln Memorial coach John Cash.