WHITE CITY — Little River bounced back from a first-match loss to Rural Vista to defeat Centre in a Wheat State League triangular on Tuesday.
Rural Vista took down the Redskins in straight sets, 25-19, 25-17.
“The girls started the match rolling and then a few unforced errors later we found ourselves in a battle and couldn't hang on,” Little River coach Kim Rolfs said. “If we eliminate those unforced errors we are a different team. The girls know this and must get our youth to understand it’s work in progress. We will get there and win those games. Keep in mind we are playing with some young kids and competing. That's promising for sure if they keep believing.”
The Redskins learned from their first-match mistakes to dominate Centre, 25-16, 25-8 as they played up to their potential.
Little River, now 2-3, plays in the Centre Invitational on Saturday.