Ottumwa -- Indian Hills got their fourth win this season against Missouri State-West Plains on Wednesday night at the Hellyer Center. But this one wasn't easy. IHCC had to come from a two-sets-to-one deficit to pull out its 26th win. The visitors got the Warriors' attention early, winning the first set, 25-17, and outlasting IHCC, 26-24, in the third set. Indian Hills, after taking set number two, 25-16, won a tense fourth set, 25-22, and then broke a 3-3 tie in the fifth set and went on to win 15-8.
Ana Nunes, who sat out the second set because of illness, came back to provide some offense for the winners -- getting five kills in the fourth set and three more in the fifth.
Indian Hills is 26-3 and returns to action at Hawkeye CC on Monday night.