In Week five of the 2023 season, many higher college athletes in the Memphis region delivered standout performances in fall sports. In volleyball, Kendall Narcisse from Covington had an impressive displaying with 15 kills and 18 digs in a really hard-fought victory against White Station. Alliyah Potapenko from Lausanne also shined with seven kills, six blocks, and 4 aces in a win more than Harding Academy. Covington’s Kathryn Connell and McKayla Scott contributed to their team’s achievement with 22 and 15 digs respectively, in addition to Connell’s six aces and Scott’s eight kills. Lausanne’s Ashari Jenkins and Kinney Boyd produced considerable contributions as nicely, with Jenkins recording 11 kills and Boyd tallying 43 digs, in a victorious match against Harding Academy. Tatum Sage from Covington showcased her capabilities with 26 assists and 15 digs in a thrilling victory against White Station. Shanella Rogers and Ava McCalla, also from Covington, produced precious contributions with eight and six kills respectively in the very same match.
On the girls’ soccer front, Maria Bair from St. Benedict scored 3 ambitions to lead her group to a four-1 victory more than Lakeland Prep. In boys’ golf, Zach Olsen from Houston clinched the medalist honors with a score of 35, as his group emerged victorious with a score of 154 against Arlington’s 166 at Pine Hill. In girls’ golf, Mathile Walker and Claire Todd shared the honors as co-medalists, each and every shooting a score of 37, assisting their group from ECS safe a 5-stroke victory more than St. Benedict at Timber Truss. Other participating teams in the match had been St. George’s, Westminster Academy, and Lausanne. Sophie Christopher from Houston was a further best performer, winning medalist honors with a score of 34 in her team’s victory against Arlington at Pine Hill.