The Pleasantville Trojans are off to a quick 2-1 start for the volleyball season following a 25-17, 25-22, 25-10 three game sweep over league foe Madrid Sept. 3 on the road.
Through three games the Trojans are halfway to their win total of 2018, when they were 4-19 overall.
The Trojan offense displayed balance with Sam Entinger finished with 12 kills and Amber McKinney next in line with 10.
Adi Adreon, a sophomore, ran the offense with 22 assists as the setter.
On the defensive end of the court, Coach Joel Allman’s team had 12 digs by Breanna Benge and nine by McKinney.
Adreon had four blocks and Emilee Smith two.
The Trojans were especially strong serving the ball as Madrid struggled with serve receive.
PHS had 17 ace serves led by Entinger with six, McKinney five and Benge with four.
The Trojans travel to Osceola to face Clarke and Mount Ayr Thursday, Sept. 12 at 5:30 p.m. in varsity action.