Lady Mohawk Volleyball Team Posts Wins
The Piggott Lady Mohawk volleyball squad moved to 3-1 in conference Monday night, as they traveled to Harrisburg and beat the Lady Hornets. This past weekend the Tribe also competed in the Ozark Slam Fest in Harrison, and brought home a third place finish in their bracket.
Friday afternoon the senior squad made the familiar trip to Harrison, set for play early Saturday against Valley Springs. In that first match the PHS girls rolled to straight set wins, taking the Lady Tigers 25-14 and 25-6. For the Mohawks, Claire Bellers had six digs, five aces and five kills; Macey Williams had 26 assists out of 47 attempts; Bailey Davis had eight kills; Analee Massey had four kills and Jordan Tate recorded five kills out of six attempts.
This moved the squad into the winner's bracket, where they faced the team from Hackett. The Lady Mohawks dropped the first set 12-25, rebounded for a 25-15 win in the second but fell in a close one, 13-15 in the third. Madison Rahn finished with 26 assists and four digs; Bellers had six digs and eight kills, David had eight kills, Harley Earnheart had four kills and Tate added four more in the loss.
The Tribe then took on the Lady Elks of Elkins, taking the match in straight sets 25-19 and 25-19 for third place. Macey Williams had seven digs in the win; Carlie Vancil added five more; Rahn recorded 19 assists, David had five kills, Massey added four more, Bellers had six kills and Tate finished with three kills and a block.
Monday afternoon the Tribe made the trip to Harrisburg to resume conference play, and took the match three games to one. The Mohawks took the first set 25-13, then fell 18-25 in the second. They rebounded for a 25-17 third and then won 25-9. On the night, David had eight kills, Bellers had six kills, two aces and 10 digs; Tate had four kills and Macey Williams recorded four aces.
The Lady Mohawks hosted Palestine-Wheatley Tuesday evening at PHS, and swept the night. They'll visit Newport for conference play on Thursday. Saturday the junior high team will be making the trip to Conway for a tournament, and all teams will be in action Monday night at home as Trumann visits PHS.