McQueen said the defending Class 4A state champions are coming together well as a group.
“We returned a lot of players off of last year’s team, but there’s a little different hunger and they’re finding out new ways to be better teammates and get through the grind,” he said. “They’re also figuring out new ways to be energetic in our matches, and I thought they did a nice job of that today.”
For Brownsburg (10-3), Brown led in kills with eight, followed by McKenzie Mason with seven. Ally Beyers had 23 assists and Carissa Damler had 10 digs.
Yeager is pleased with how Brownsburg’s youth and experience have meshed so far.
“We start three sophomores and a freshman, and we have a good senior mix, and their leadership has helped the younger kids,” Yeager said. “In high-intensity matches Thursday and today, I thought (Brown) especially played very well.”