By Milla Butler
Ending off the day with a 2-0 record, the Mustangs swept both the Wilcox-Hildreth Falcons and the Elba Bluejays in two sets. The Wilcox-Hildreth game started out intense, with the first set tallying to a 25-11 point match, and the second set ending with a score of 25-15. Leading the team in kills against the Falcons were seniors Brooklyn Meyer and Georgi tenBensel, with 9 and 8 kills. The key server in this match was sophomore Katy Soucek, ending the game with 4 aces. Receiving the most digs against the Falcons’ tough offense were tenBensel, Meyer, and freshman Sophie Schmidt, acquiring 13, 14, and 9 digs respectively.
The Mustangs showed up just as tough competing in the Elba game; the score for the first set ended up 25-8. The second set ended with a score of 25-11. The leading attacker against the Bluejays was tenBensel, with 11 kills. Serving the most aces in this match were Meyer and senior Lexi Wengler. Carrying the back row was Schmidt with 12 digs. Head coach Jenn tenBensel said, “I told the 15 girls that suited up throughout the night; I wanted them to BE RUTHLESS! I wanted them to play their style of volleyball! I thought all four sets the girls played up-tempo; smiles on the court and was a fun night to watch all the girls get into the last game!” Come support the Mustangs next Monday as they travel to Smith Center, Kansas, to compete against the Redmen.