State ranked No.6 El Camino was leading the third set when a power outage at El Camino College caused the volleyball game to be postponed. At the time of the outage, No. 21 PCC was tied with ECC 1-1 in sets.
The match Friday evening was to determine which team would be in first place for the South Coast Conference.
Head coach Kari Post said that it was going to be a tough game, but was confident that the team would manage to win. Unfortunately, the power outage halted the game and postponed it until an undetermined later date.
PCC won the first set 25-22, which was the first time that El Camino had lost a home set all season.
The Lancers also performed well last Wednesday when they swept all three sets (25-7, 25-7, 25-9) at a home game against LA Harbor.
“We stuck to our plan where we actually played our game and didn’t go to whatever level was on the other side of the net,” said Post.
Sophomore middle blocker Chy’Annea Hodges led the team with 10 kills and 3 spikes.
“She dominated today and she was a great leader out there on top of it,” said Post.
Sophomore Angela Banuelos finished with nine kills and three spikes and Kendra Logan contributed 6 kills.
Reserve libero Saige Spence added 10 digs in the last two sets.
The Lancers will be hosting Cerritos this Wednesday at 6 p.m.
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