Brownstown Central’s volleyball team is living by the mantra of starting off strong and maintaining, and in several matches this fall, it has worked out perfectly.
Tuesday was another Mid-Southern Conference match and another dominating performance by the Class 3A No. 4 Braves. They scored the first two points of each set and built big leads in pounding North Harrison, 25-7, 25-14, 25-7.
“Getting going a lot faster gets the game going a lot faster, and we stay more in control, we don’t lose our minds,” Braves senior Courtney Conrad said. “We always try to get the first point, first serve or first pass up, and we always know how the game’s going to go from there.”
Trinity Booher led off the first set with an ace, and it was quickly a 4-0 score. Nicole Thomas later served 10 straight times, including two aces, to increase the margin to 20-4. Back-to-back kills shortly after ended the first set.
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