Mustangs overcome feisty Tigerhawks at home
MONROE — Despite a tough weekend in Pella, where the Mustangs lost all five of their games at the Little Dutch-hosted tournament, Prairie City-Monroe’s volleyball team stayed focused and aggressive on Tuesday night, taking a four-set victory over conference rival Colfax-Mingo, 25-14, 26-24, 23-25, 25-18.
“I think our hitters stayed aggressive, and they stayed smart,” PCM coach Mollie Keitges said. “Our service and passing looked good, which starts it all. We served aggressive.”
PCM took care of the first set, handily beating the Tigerhawks by 11 points. The Mustangs struggled to start the second set, and they found themselves behind 18-16 late, but key kills by Abbi Gilson and Lexi Kain fueled a furious comeback. PCM ended up charging all the way back, and it only needed one extra point to take the second set.
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