Mojo Pulls Season Sweep Of OHS
Friday’s second district meeting with crosstown rival Odessa High ended in a 25-15, 25-15, 25-23 sweep of the Lady Bronchos at the OHS Fieldhouse. The victory keeps Permian in the playoff hunt with two game remaining.
The Lady Panthers took control early and never looked back. Junior Nyxalee Munoz led the way with 10 kills, followed by Bethani Fierro with nine and Jade Workman with seven kills. Workman recorded a team-high 14 assists and Denali Cardenas contributed 10. Munoz also had a block.
Permian was able spread the digs around, which included 13 by Iliana Garcia, 12 by Natalia Abila, and 10 by Cardenas. Workman added five digs and Anyssa Cruz finished with four. Cardenas handed out four aces. She was followed by Workman (3), with Abila, Cruz, and Garcia each adding a pair of aces.
Permian will visit Midland Lee on November 10, and then host Midland High at the PHS Fieldhouse on November 13. Mojo is currently tied with San Angelo Central for the final District 2-6A playoff spot.