Mid-Prairie Athletics Top 10 Stories 2019-20: #8 Mid-Prairie Volleyball Awards and Stats – kciiradio.com


The Mid-Prairie Golden Hawk volleyball team continued to work on moving forward. Under first year head coach Sherry Evans, the Hawks posted a record of 6-22, matching their win total from the previous season. Highlights for these Hawks included winning the Keota tournament to open the year, posting victories over Lone Tree, Highland and Keota. Mid-Prairie started the year 4-0 when they added a victory over the rival Washington Demons. The Golden Hawks did not post any conference wins, finishing 0-10 in the River Valley South. Mid-Prairie’s last RVC match win of any kind came in October of 2017 during the RVC conference tournament when they beat Northeast Goose Lake two out of three. Their last regular season River Valley win came at Monticello in October of 2015.

A pair of Golden Hawks earned all-conference honors including junior Tori Boyse as an all-south division selection. She led Mid-Prairie with 115 kills on the year and totaled 43 blocks. Paige Peiffer was an honorable mention all-conference selection. She was 124 of 138 from the service line and added 114 digs for the Mid-Prairie defense. Setter Landry Pacha also had a big season as a freshman for Mid-Prairie, putting up 216 assists, ninth most in the River Valley Conference. Mid-Prairie saw their season come to an end in the first round of the playoffs as they were swept by West Liberty.


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