BETSY LAYNE Betsy Layne recorded an impressive regular-season win Tuesday. After struggling in the All A Classic, Betsy Layne bounced back with a shutout win over Allen Central. The LadyCats were ready to defend their number one standing in the region. Betsy Layne prevailed 25-19 in the opening game. The Lady Cats won the second set, 25-17. I am proud of my team for being able to step back up and play, said Betsy Layne Coach Christina Crase. They were ready to play last night and everyone in the gym could tell. Im seeing some true leadership coming out in my team and thats what we really need. We have some key players really pushing the limits this season and its starting to pay off. The Lady Cats improved to 15-3 following the win. Cecelia Ray (two assists, one kill, five digs), Audri Ray (one ace, four kills, four digs, two blocks), Keleigh Wagner (one ace, five assists, seven kills, three digs), Tayler Akers (one dig), Tayler Watkins (one ace, two kills, four digs, one block) and Allie Meade (two aces, seven assists, two kills, five digs) led the Lady Cats. Betsy Layne (15-3) is averaging five kills, three aces, two digs and one block per game. South Floyd upends Belfry: South Floyd dealt Belfry its second loss of the season Tuesday evening, defeating the visiting Lady Pirates 2-1. The Lady Raiders jumped out in front in the first game and led 23-18 before Belfry ended the set on a 7-0 run. South Floyd claimed the final two games, winning 25-21 and 25-18. South Floyd used a 6-0 to get past Belfry in game three when the contest was tied 6-6. Belfry battled back with a seven-point run of its own before Ashley Castle and Gabby Bailey led a strong serving effort. Kiana Hall ended the final game on a strong note for the Lady Raiders. Hall delivered six kills for South Floyd in game two. Branda Hamby also played a key role for the Lady Raiders. South Floyd improved to 14-5 after posting the win over defending 15th Region champion Belfry.