The No. 15 Mustang Broncos picked up four wins on route to a semifinals appearance in the 2022 Regent Prep tournament last weekend.
The Broncos (6-8) defeated Class 3A Holland Hall, Northeast Oklahoma Association of Homeschools, Bartlesville and Enid before falling to 4A Catoosa in their final match. Mustang also fell to 4A Verdigris and Regent Prep over the weekend.
MUSTANG 2, HOLLAND HALL 0
Mustang started the tournament strong with a two-set win over Holland Hall, taking the first set 25-22 and the second 25-19.
The Broncos finished with 19 kills, including a team-high seven from senior Mikayla Eagle. Juniors Erin Mack and Tatum Spencer each finished with three. Junior Raegan Bullard led the team with nine assists while junior Adisen Williamson finished with seven. Senior Rylee Hart totaled 13 passes while sophomore Gracelyn Higgins tallied six.
Hart and Eagle led the team with seven digs apiece while Bullard and Higgins each totaled six. Senior Grace White finished with eight blocks and Spencer tallied six.
MUSTANG 2, NOAH 1
The Broncos stayed hot, knocking off NOAH for their second win of the tournament and fourth straight overall on the season.
Mustang won the first set 25-17 before falling 25-22 in the second. The Broncos rebounded for a 15-10, third-set victory.
Spencer (7) and White (7) combined for 13 kills of the team’s 28 kills, including just two errors, to lead the way offensively. Williamson (12) and Bullard (11) combined for 23 assists while Hart and Eagle each made 19 total passes.
Hart (17) and Eagle (13) also led the way with a combined 30 digs while Spencer and White combined for 12 blocks.
MUSTANG 2, BARTLESVILLE 1
Mustang moved to 3-0 on Day 1 of the tournament with a three-set win over Bartlesville.
The Broncos won the first set 25-19 and dropped the second 25-20 before winning a third-set tiebreaker 15-11.
Eagle led the attack with seven of the team’s 27 kills while Spencer put up five with no errors. Senior Emma White also finished with five kills. Williamson cranked out a team-high 14 assists while Bullard notched 11. Hart paced the team with 22 total passes.
Hart also led the team with 12 digs while Eagle finished with 10. Grace White led the way with seven blocks while Spencer and Emma White finished with four apiece.
MUSTANG 2, ENID 0
The Broncos defeated Enid in two sets to start the second day of the tournament.
Mustang won the first set 25-13 before completing the sweep with a 25-16 second-set win.
Spencer led the team offensively with eight kills, including zero errors, while junior London Cooper, Mack, and Eagle each finished with four. Hart led the way with nine total passes while Bullard finished with a team-high 14 assists.
Eagle (15) and Hart (13) combined for 28 of the team’s 46 digs in the match while Bullard tallied seven. Spencer and Grace White combined for seven of the teams 12 solo blocks.
VERDIGRIS 2, MUSTANG 1
Mustang dropped its first match of the tournament on Friday, falling to Verdigris in three sets.
The Broncos won the first set 25-22 but dropped the second 25-17 and the third 25-13 on route to the team’s first loss in five matches.
Eagle led the team with nine kills while freshman Grace Davis tallied seven. Cooper, Spencer, and Grace White all totaled four. Bullard led the way with 15 assists while Williamson finished with nine. Hart scored 33 total passes.
Hart paced the Broncos defensively with 22 digs while Eagle tallied 20. Grace White led the way with eight total blocks.
REGENT PREP 2, MUSTANG 0
The Broncos got off to a slow start against Regent Prep, falling in two sets for their second loss of the tournament.
Mustang dropped the first set 25-9 before falling 25-18 in the second.
Eagle totaled five of the team’s 13 kills while Cooper and Grace White each finished with three. Eagle also paced the team with 15 total passes while Hart tallied 11. The Broncos finished with just 10 assists.
Hart recorded 11 of the team’s 30 digs while Spencer finished with six total blocks on the defensive end.
CATOOSA 2, MUSTANG 0
Mustang closed out the tournament with a two-set semifinals loss to Catoosa.
The Broncos dropped the first set 25-15 before falling 26-24 in the second.
The team totaled 26 kills, including seven from Eagle and five apiece from Cooper and Spencer. Bullard tallied 16 of Mustang’s 25 assists while Eagle (20) and Hart (15) scored 35 of the teams 40 total passes.
The Broncos recorded 44 digs, including 15 from Eagle and 10 from Hart while Grace White finished with five of the team’s 12 total blocks.
Mustang jumps back into action tonight at fourth-ranked Edmond Memorial (4-0) before returning home on Thursday to host No. 11 Moore (5-3).
Each match is scheduled to tip off at 6 p.m.