The Lady Mustangs Volleyball Team Advances to Regionals

Lady Mustangs Volleyball Team wins the second round of playoffs.

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Photo by: Laura Smith

The Lady Mustangs celebrate their victory against the Legacy.

Abby Thomas, sports editor

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  • Sophomore Kaylin Starling goes up for the kill.

    Photo by: Carson Lee

  • Sophomore Sky Miller kills the ball.

    Photo by: Carson Lee

  • Junior Georgia Haggard tips the ball over the block.

    Photo by: Laura Smith

On Tuesday, November 9, the Lady Mustangs volleyball team competed in their second playoff game of the 2021 season. The McKinney Christian Academy Mustangs hosted Legacy Christian Academy Eagles in the Student Life Center at 6:30 p.m. Students filled the stands dressed in suit jackets and slacks following the “strictly business” theme. The starting rotation featured freshmen Kadence Ackmann and Bren Williams, sophomores Sky Miller and Kylie Mullins, junior Georgia Haggard and senior Bella Vaught. The Mustangs maintained a lead over the Eagles winning the first two sets, but fell short in the third set. The game continued into a fourth set where the Mustangs won, securing a 3-1 win overall. Libero, Vaught, contributed to the win with 28 digs. Starling led with 16 assists, and Mullins tallied five aces throughout the game.

The Lady Mustangs advance to regionals, the third round of playoffs. Regionals will be hosted at Dallas Lutheran School at 3:30 p.m. against the Fort Worth Christian Cardinals.