This past week, the Broncs volleyball team split its road matches against Rock Springs and Natrona County.

In Friday’s match against Rock Springs, the Broncs fell 3-1, but quickly responded with a 3-2 victory over Natrona County the very next day.

In Saturday’s victory, sophomore Karsen Breeding led the team in kills, with 26, while senior libero Rachel Klemmer finished with four aces.

Moving forward, it’s all road matches ahead for the Broncs, who will travel to Green River, Pinedale and Evanston in the coming weeks to finish off their regular season.

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