Make that 25 wins for McKinney Boyd’s state-ranked volleyball program.
The Lady Broncs knocked off Flower Mound, 3-1, on the road Tuesday night, winning 25-17, 25-19, 24-26, 25-21. As a result, Boyd’s record stands at 25-5 on the season.
The 5th state ranked Lady Broncs had 51 kills in the match for a .265 hitting percentage with Megan Mollett leading the way with 21 kills.
Mollett posted a hitting percentage of .328 with 17 digs. Mollett showed composure and stayed focused the entire match ignoring the heckling Flower Mound fans.
Senior Drew Darling was second on the team with 13 kills, 16 digs and passed well with a 2.12 passing percentage.
Junior setter Brantlee Reid and senior setter Brittany Phelan spread the offense out with 21 and 17 assists, respectively. Other hitters that contributed to the McKinney Boyd victory were senior Ally Cobb and junior Kelly Koop with seven kills apiece for the night.
Junior Kaley Seaber had 15 digs and passed the ball 26 times for a passing percentage of 1.92.
McKinney Boyd will be back in action on Friday, Sept. 9, when it travels to Rowlett at 5:30 p.m. to kick off first round of 10-5A district play.
Varsity matches will start at 5:30 every Friday to allow fans to go to the volleyball match and then attend the football game.
Editor’s note: For coverage of Tuesday’s McKinney High-Little Elm match, please see Joe Arriola’s Volleyball Feature story on TSB.