by Jodi Turner

  After a postponement of the conference game at Buffalo Center last week due to Covid-19 concerns at North Iowa, the Broncos picked up a non-conference game against Iowa Falls-Alden.

  The Cadets would jump to an early lead, 6-1, before backside hitter Addison McMurray would make her second kill of the match. The Broncos struggled to find a rhythm, falling behind 18-5. A block by Kenedie Gabrielson and good serving by Maddison Dougherty gave the Broncos a few more points. However, B-K took the tough loss in the first match, 25-8.

  In the second set, Allie Barrus started with a kill, followed by McMurray’s third kill on the night. An assist by London Young allowed Madi Barrus to have her first kill as B-K slowly worked back, behind by only 13-10. The Cadets went on two point-runs to overtake the Broncos, 25-14.

  B-K gained its first lead of the night, going up 4-3, with a kill by Madi Barrus in the third set. The Broncos had solid defense from setters London Young and Ashlynn Willms, along with Allie Barrus’ four digs, but B-K could not produce offensive points. The girls lost 25-8.

  Stats included.... read the entire story in the Belmond Independent.