Wins were hard to come by for the Port Washington High School volleyball team when it posted an 0-3-2 record at its annual tournament last Saturday.
The Pirates tied Ozaukee and Sheboygan Lutheran and lost once to Mayville and twice to New Berlin Eisenhower.
Against Ozaukee, Port won the first game, 25-13, and lost the second, 25-22.
Sarah Colden had five kills for the Pirates, and McKenzie Prom added four.
Colden and Kendra Strohm each served three aces, and Strohm and Hannah Anderson had five digs apiece.
Against Sheboygan Lutheran, Port won, 25-20, and lost, 25-22.
Strohm had five kills, five aces and five digs, and Colden added seven digs.
Mayville defeated Port, 25-11, 25-20.
Strohm led the way with seven kills and six digs. Colden had four kills, and Elizabeth Colden had seven digs.
Eisenhower downed Port, 25-16, 25-17.
Strohm had six kills. Kylee Paradowski and Anderson each had five digs.
In a semifinal rematch between the same teams, Eisenhower prevailed, 25-18, 25-19. Strohm and Sarah Colden each had four kills.
Ozaukee lost its three other matches, bowing to Sheboygan Lutheran (25-12, 25-13), Eisenhower (25-6, 25-11) and Mayville (25-13, 25-17).