Broncos celebrate senior night with four-set win over Westmoore

Fall Sports, Volleyball

Trey Hunter

October 5, 2022
Mustang seniors Anissah Gaines, Grace White, Emma White, Mikayla Eagle, Rylee Hart, and Peyton Sims pose for a photo prior to the Broncos' four-set win over Westmoore on senior night. (Photo by Ron Lane / Lane Images)

The Mustang Broncos celebrated senior night with a four-set win over Westmoore on Monday at the Mustang Event Center.

Mustang honored seniors Rylee Hart, Emma White, Grace White, Anissah Gaines, Mikayla Eagle, and manager Peyton Sims prior to picking up the team’s 12th victory of the season.

The Broncos (12-20) reeled off a 25-20 first set win before winning the second set 25-19. The Jaguars (11-17) bounced back for a 25-21 win in the third set before Mustang closed out the match with a 25-20 win in the fourth.

Eagle, London Cooper (Jr.), and Tatum Spencer (Jr.) led the way offensively, finishing with 38 of the team’s 54 total kills. Eagle and Cooper each finished with a team-high 13 kills while Spencer tallied 12 on 22 attempts. Grace White added nine.

Adisen Williamson (Jr.) and Gaines paced the team in assists, combining for 43 of the team’s 46 total. Williamson tallied a team-high 23. Hart, Cooper, and Eagle recorded one apiece.

The Broncos finished with 11 aces in the service game, including a team-high four from Cooper. Hart and Eagle each recorded three while Williamson added one.

Eagle and Grace White helped lead the team defensively.

Eagle tallied a team-high 24 digs while Grace White led the team with six solo blocks.

Grace White also reeled off 12 digs as well as Cooper and Gracelyn Higgins (So.). Hart and Williamson added six apiece.

Emma White, Spencer, and Eagle each finished with two blocks.

The Broncos close out the regular season on Thursday at Stillwater before preparing for next week’s regional tournament.

Mustang will travel to Edmond Memorial for the Class 6A regional tournament on Oct. 11, joining the No. 2 Bulldogs (25-5), No. 15 Yukon (15-15), and Lawton (11-18). The winner advances to the 6A state tournament.

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