Pratt Community College Volleyball started out very strong last night in the Dennis Lesh Sports Arena against Dodge City Community College. They handily took care of set one 25-11 and offensively had outstanding attacking at .423 as a team.
That momentum was lost in set two, as Pratt committed 19 errors to lose the set 22-25.
Fortunately, Pratt was able to take set three, 25-22. They then were able to end the match after set four defeating Dodge 25-14.
Dennis Lesh Sports Arena was electric during last night’s match up against Colby Community College. The Pratt Community College fans set the tempo early for a few errors by the Colby offense. While each set started off close, PCC was able to pull away at the end of each set to sweep Colby in three sets: 25-18, 25-23 and 25-19.
Balance was the name of the game for PCC. While the Lady Beavers compiled a team high of 40 kills, no single player was in double digits. Kelsey Hitch, nine kills, Jessica Sanders, nine, Jocelyn Cochran, eight, and McKenzie Turner, seven.
PCC started slow against Labette County on Friday, dropping the first set, but rallied back to win the match in four. Amber Culwell lead the team with 11 kills and 26 digs. Turner and Sanders each added eight kills and Cochran added seven.