Mount Vernon’s Matt McManaway, left, and Levi Rhoades battle with a Cleveland St. Ignatius player for control at the net during the third set in Saturday’s match. The Yellow Jackets won in five sets.

Bill Davis/News Mount Vernon’s Matt McManaway, left, and Levi Rhoades battle with a Cleveland St. Ignatius player for control at the net during the third set in Saturday’s match. The Yellow Jackets won in five sets. Purchase

 


MOUNT VERNON — It took one of the biggest comebacks in recent history for the Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets to remain unbeaten.

Again.

Down one set to none at home against Cleveland St. Ignatius and trailing, 24-19, the Jacket boys went on an 8-1 run to even the match. Then, down two sets to one, Mount Vernon rallied again in the final two sets to claim a 17-25, 27-25, 16-25, 25-22, 16-14 victory at The Hive.

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