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Shortly after watching her Cougars fall to Aspermont in District 3-2A volleyball action in three straight sets Tuesday evening at Cougar Gymnasium, Klondike Coach Niatha Cullen says one of the biggest things missing in her spikers’ attack is a ‘killer mentality.’ “We want to start seeing our kids really want the ball in those really tough spots,” Cullen said. The Cougars are now 2-1 in district play after falling to the Hornets Tuesday evening 23-25, 22-25 and 7-25. “We started out down by like nine points in that first set. After battling our way back into it, we couldn’t convert anything toward the ...

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