T-Birds topple Broncbusters
Cloud County evened its Jayhawk Conference Western Division record at 1-1 by knocking off Garden City Community College in four sets Wednesday night in Bryant Gymnasium.
Garden City won the first set in the match, 25-15.
Cloud County evened the match at 1-1 with a 25-17 victory in the second set.
The Thunderbirds took the third set 25-18, and then finished off the Broncbusters in the fourth set, 25-15.
Erin Terrell led the Cloud County attack with 12 kills.
Monica Long recorded 11 kills for the T-Birds.
Hilta Pereira finished with 10 kills.
Emily Brown had 16 digs for the T-Birds.
Kylie Penning had 32 assists.
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