Homecoming action split for Colman-Egan

Senior middle hitter Abby Rhode is ready to hit one passed the Canistota player. More photos on page 7.

COLMAN – Canistota hung around in the first set, but Colman-Egan pulled away in the next two sets. C-E won 25-21 in the first set, 25-14 in the second and 25-7 in third and final set.
Daniela Lee had 14 digs and six kils for Colman-Egan. Lanie Mousel made 16 assists and eight digs. Brynlee Landis had nine digs and eight kills while Kadance Landis put down eight kills. Making six kills was Abby Rhode and Ava Mousel brought up 14 digs.
Thursday night the Hawks hosted Elkton/Lake Benton, but the Elks spoiled their homecoming match in four sets, 25-22, 21-25, 10-25 and 22-25.
Kadence Landis led the way with 16 kills on the night. Lee had an all-around night with 21 digs, five kills, four assists and five blocks.
Mousel made 20 assists, 16 digs and four blocks. Presley Luze had 14 digs and Brynlee Landis had 13 digs to go with five kills and six blocks.
Elkton upped its season record to 11-2 and the Hawks fell to 9-4.
Saturday, the Hawks were invited to the Sanford Pentagon for a tournament and they again faced E/LB who won in two sets, 25-20 and 25-10. The Elks moved their record to 15-2 on the season.
The Hawks’ season record now stands at 10-6.


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