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New Head Coach for Maywood-Hayes Center Volleyball in 2022

Following a strong 2021 campaign and a state appearance and a third place finish in Class D2, the Wolves will be under the direction of a new head coach. Shayne Lawson will take over for the Wolves and she is looking forward to watching this team grow. "Coming into this program as the new head coach, summer camp was very important to me to see where we were at to start the season. I saw a lot good things happen, but we also were able to identify our weak areas."

Lawson also mentioned the group of athletes she has coming back."We have a strong group of girls and are hoping to finish our season in Lincoln again this year."

Some of those top players returning include Alexis Wood who recorded 116 kills and 321 assists and Olivia Hansen who contributed 342 kills and 60 blocks.

Maywood-Hayes Center will begin the season on Thursday, August 25th at home for a triangular with Sandhills Valley and Paxton.

Athleticism to Play Major Role in Maywood-Hayes Center Football Team

Last year was a tough season for the Maywood-Hayes Center Wolves. But this season things are looking up. Jeff Erickson, head coach of the Wolves says they will lean on experience and athleticism. "We have a good mix of experienced players that have grown physically over the past year, and an exciting group of young players to learn under them. We will have above average athleticism and hope to shore up some line play to make a foundation to have a successful year."

Looking back at last season for the Wolves, they struggled mightily on the offensive side averaging 15 points per game, but on the defensive side they were solid, allowing just 21 points per game.

The Wolves will have a couple of transfers from Medicine Valley, Hayden Kramer, who was an all-state performer, and Bryce Wolfe will also pack a punch for this Wolf team. Kramer had 52 carries for 411 yards and 11 scores as well as 58 catches for 881 yards and 13 touchdowns. As a junior Kyler Cox had a nice season for the Wolves recording 633 yards passing and nine touchdowns.

The Wolves will start the season on Thursday, August 25th at home against Sutherland.

Maywood-Hayes Center Cross Country to Have One Runner this Season

For the Maywood-Hayes Center Cross Country team it will be a small roster. There will b e only runner on team and but Head Coach Aaron Gallegos says it could be an interesting season. "I have one junior girl runner. She has great potential to be great. We will see how the season plays out."

Gallegos sees Wallace and Cambridge as teams that could do well in the RPAC this year. The wolves will begin the season on Thursday, August 25th at the Dundy County Stratton Invite.




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