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By Cynthia Shroyer
Pine Bluffs Post staff 

Lady Broncs move to 7-5-1


The Burns Lady Broncs traveled a good distance last week, playing a game in Lingle on Thursday and then heading to Big Horn to compete in a tournament there. They added three wins, three losses and a tie to their record

On Thursday at Lingle the teams faced each other in four sets with Lingle winning 22-25, 28-26, 17-25, 15-25. Alex McCart had eight kills and Hailey Pyle had six. Mckenzie Ward also had six kills and added 13 digs.

At the Big Horn Tourney the Lady Broncs defeated Sundance, Rocky Mountain and Wind River. They lost to Thermopolis and Lovell and played to a tie with Shoshoni.

In the opening game against Sundance, Burns won 25-14, 24-23. The tie with Shoshoni came next as the Lady Broncs lost the first set 20-25, then won the second 26-24.

The next opponent was Thermopolis. Burns lost that game with scores of 15-25, 21-24.

Victories of 25-14, 25-20 over Rocky Mountain and 19-25, 25-14, and 25-22 over Wind River allowed the Lady Broncs to reach the semifinals against Lovell.

Lovell won that match. The Lady Broncs won the first set 25-15 before dropping two sets by scores of 24-26 and 21-25.

For the weekend, Jessica Malm had 40 digs and 12 aces while Mckayla Ward had 32 assists, 26 kills and 10 aces. Mckenzie Ward had 23 kills. Hailey Pyle added 22 kills.

Alex McCart finished with 15 kills and eight blocks while Chelsea Engel had 40 assists.

This is homecoming week for Burns High School. The volleyball team started out the week’s competition with a game at Potter-Dix on Tuesday. On Friday for the homecoming game, they will host Saratoga.


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