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RPAC Volleyball Results as of 10/29


Subdistrict and district final week. A week that has been on the calendar since the season began. There were some upsets and some things shook out as predicted. While some seasons have come to a close, there are some who have qualified for the NSAA State Volleyball Tournament in Lincoln. Read more about how each team did in the blog below.


  • Alma was the #4 seed for the D1-10 subdistrict that was hosted by Southern Valley. On Monday, the Cardinals began the tournament with #5 Arapahoe. Alma won set one 25-23, dropped set two 25-22, and then won sets three and four 25-21 and 25-16 to take the match, 3-1. Addison Siebels pounded 20 kills while Tierston Moore added 12 kills. Chayse Molzhan had five blocks and Riley Scott had 34 assists. With that win, the Cardinals advanced to play #1 seed Southern Valley. Alma dropped the first two sets 25-18 and 25-19 but the Cardinals weren't going down easy as they stole the third set 25-21. The Eagles were too much though as Alma dropped set four 25-16 and the match 3-1. Again it was Siebels and Moore led the team with 11 kills each. Scott had 25 assists and four aces while Miley Whitney had 19 digs. Alma concluded their season with a record of 17-13.



  • Arapahoe was the #5 seed in the D1-10 subdistrict which was hosted by Southern Valley. Arapahoe took on #4 seeded Alma in the opening match and dropped set one 25-23 before picking up the second set 25-22. The Warriors dropped the next two sets 25-21 and 25-16 and the match, 3-1. Arapahoe finished the season with a record of 7-17.


  • Bertrand was in the tough D2-7 subdistrict in Overton and earned the #3 seed. The Vikings squared off #2 Cambridge and were swept, 3-0, with set scores of 25-13, 25-13, and 25-12. Bethany Pelton led the Vikings with eight kills while Addison Andersen had 20 assists in the match. Bertrand finished the season with a record of 16-14.


  • Cambridge earned the #2 seed in the D2-7 subdistrict in Overton and first battled with #3 Bertrand. The Trojans got the 3-0 sweep of the Vikings with set scores of 25-13, 25-13, and 25-12. Jalen Kent led the Trojans with 11 kills, Mallory Springer had 24 assists and six aces, and Brylyn Springer had three blocks. Cambridge advanced to take on #1 in the subdistrict and #1 in the state, Overton. Cambridge fell in that match 3-1 so the Trojans were looking to even the series. It took five sets but Cambridge came away with the 3-2 win over the Eagles. Cambridge took set one 25-23 and dropped the second and third sets 25-15 and 25-22 before coming back and taking the fourth and fifth sets 25-23 and 15-8. Johnson had 20 kills in the match while B. Springer had 12 kills and Kent had 11 kills. Johnson added three aces, five blocks, and 23 digs while B. Springer had eight blocks and 22 digs. Kent had 26 digs and Bailee Ahlemeyer had 24 digs while M. Springer had 38 assists. With that win, Cambridge advanced to the D2-1 district final where they were assigned #16 Hay Springs. To read more about that match, read the game story here. Cambridge improved their record to 26-4 and have advanced to the state tournament. The Trojans have earned the #1 seed and will play #8 Shelton at 9:00 A.M. on Thursday, November 2nd at Pinnacle Bank Arena North Court. The complete bracket can be found at the end of the blog along with information about the state tournament. Cambridge heads into the tournament with a record of 26-4.



  • Dundy County Stratton was the #5 seed in the D2-9 subdistrict at Wallace and in their first game on Monday, the Tigers played #4 Medicine Valley. DCS was swept, 3-0, with set scores of 25-13, 25-5, and 25-16. The Tigers finished the season with a record of 0-30.


  • Hitchcock County was the #3 seed at the D2-9 subdistrict at Wallace and was set to take on #2 Wauenta-Palisade. It took all five sets as the Falcons dropped the first two sets 26-24 and 25-22, won sets three and four 25-21 and 25-22, but dropped set five 15-11 and the match 3-2. Katie Jarecke led the Falcons with 13 kills and Asia Homma had 10 kills and 40 digs. Byanka Tyan had four aces and four blocks while Kaiah Johnson had five blocks. Hitchcock County finished the season with a record of 16-16.



  • Maxwell earned the #1 seed in the C2-11 subdistrict and earned the hosting rights. In their first match against #4 Arcadia-Loup City, the Wildcats dropped set one 25-22, but took the match 3-1 with set scores of 25-18, 25-18, and 25-10. Jocelyn Cheek led the team with 10 kills and five blocks. Kylee Wyman had 24 digs and Emory Christensen had 30 assists in the match. On Tuesday against #2 North Platte St. Pat's, it took five sets but Maxwell won the match 3-2. It went back and forth as Maxwell won sets two, four, and five and the set scores read 25-18, 25-21, 25-16, 25-15, and 15-7. Jenna Miller pounded 14 kills, Cheek had 13 kills, and Victoria Quick had 10 kills. Cheek added three aces and seven blocks and Christensen had 38 assists. With the subdistrict win, Maxwell advanced to the C2-1 district final where they played #1 Lincoln Lutheran, and the Wildcats were the #16 seed. Maxwell fell 3-0 to the Warriors with set scores of 25-9, 25-16, and 25-13. The Wildcats finished the season with a record of 17-14. tournament



  • Maywood-Hayes Center was at the D1-11 subdistrict hosted by Southwest and earned the #2 seed. They faced #3 Brady and was able to get the 3-0 sweep with set scores of 25-17, 25-22, and 25-16. They advanced to take on #1 Southwest and was swept 3-0 with set scores of 25-17, 25-12, and 25-20. The Wolves finish the season with a record of 15-12.



  • Medicine Valley was the #4 seed in the D2-9 subdistrict at Wallace and began the tournament with a 3-0 win over #5 seeded Dundy County Stratton with set scores of 25-13, 25-5, and 25-16. Stella Heapy had nine kills and three aces while Sienna Houghtelling had four aces. The Raiders advanced to take on #1-seeded Wallace where they were able to get the 3-1 upset over the Wildcats. Medicine Valley took the first two sets 25-23 and 25-22 before dropping set three 25-19. The Raiders stole the match with a 25-23 fourth-set win. Heapy and Remmi Stout each posted 14 kills while Stout and Houghtelling each had four blocks. Kylie Rose had 35 assists on the match. In the subdistrict final, Medicine Valley faced #2 Wauneta-Palisade and fell 3-1 with set scores of 25-19, 25-11, 25-22, and 25-22. Stout had 15 kills in the match while Heapy added 11 kills. The Raiders finished the season with a record of 13-17.



  • Paxton earned the right to host their subdistrict as they had the #1 seed for the D1-12 subdistrict. Against #4 Kimball, the Tigers got the 3-0 sweep with set scores of 25-4, 25-14, and 25-8. Audrey Holm led the team with 23 kills. Against #2 Sutherland, it was another 3-0 sweep with set scores 25-16, 25-10, and 25-10. Holm led the team with 13 kills and Emmalee Nicholson had four aces in the match. With the subdistrict win Paxton advanced to the D1-3 District final where they earned the #14 seed and faced #3 St. Mary's. The Tigers fell to the Cardinals 3-0 with set scores of 25-15, 25-15, and 25-14. Holm had 13 kills to lead the Tigers. Paxton wraps up their season with a record of 19-11.


  • Southern Valley was the #1 seed in the D1-10 subdistrict and was the host site for the subdistrict. The Eagles first took on #4 Alma and got the 3-1 win with set scores of 25-18, 25-18, dropped set three 25-21, and 25-16. Ann Bose pounded 22 kills while Adi Hunt added 15 kills and five blocks. Vanesa Aguayo had 17 digs and Brecklyn Hammond had 40 assists in the match. The Eagles advanced to take on #3 Loomis and got the sweep, 25-16, 25-18, and 25-22. Bose posted 13 kills and Hunt had 10 kills. That win advanced Southern Valley to the D1-4 district final where the #13 seed Eagles traveled to #4 BDS. Southern Valley dropped the first two sets 25-20 and 25-19, stole set three 25-17, but ultimately dropped the fourth set 25-23 and the match 3-1. Southern Valley finished the season with a 19-10 record.


  • Southwest was the host for the D1-11 subdistrict as they earned the #1 seed. They faced #4 Hi-Line and came away with the 3-0 sweep with set scores of 25-10, 25-14, 25-8. Kyra Nelms had 12 kills and Atleigh Nelms had 10 kills in the match. Bryn Lampe tallied 32 assists. Against #2 Maywood-Hayes Center, the Roughriders got the 3-0 sweep with scores of 25-17, 25-12, and 25-20. A. Nelms led the way with 13 kills while Payton Truksa had four aces and Lampe had 29 assists. The win put Southwest as the #2 seed and in the D1-2 district final where they faced #15 Plain View. Against the Pirates, it took all five sets and ended in thrilling fashion. Southwest took the first two sets 25-19 and 25-22 before dropping the third and fourth sets, 25-17 and 25-22. The fifth was back and forth but the Roughriders prevailed with a score 16-14 to take the match 3-2. Southwest advanced to the state tournament where they are the #2 seed and will play #7 Elgin Public/Pope John at 1:00 P.M. on Thursday, November 2nd at Pinnacle Bank Arena on the South court. The complete bracket can be found at the end of the blog. Southwest heads into the tournament with a record of 29-3.



  • Wallace hosted the D2-9 subdistrict and earned the #1 seed in the subdistrict. They took on #4 seed Medicine Valley dropped sets one and two with set scores of 25-23, 25-23, won set three 25-19, and dropped set four 25-23 and the match 3-1. Kendyl Flaming had 23 kills in the match and Reagan Finley had 17 kills. Flaming had four aces and 16 digs while Mariana Aceves-Lopez had 17 digs and Kaley Sauser had 41 assists. Wallace had to wait to see how the other subdistricts shook out to see if they would get a wildcard to advance to a district final. Luckily they did get a wildcard so they advanced to the D2-4 district final with a #4 seed and took on #13 Fall City Sacred Heart. The Wildcats got the 3-0 sweep, 25-20, 25-22, and 32-30 to punch their ticket to state. Flaming pounded 20 kills and Finley had 10 kills. Reagan Pelster and Brooke Bryant each had three blocks while Aceves-Lopez had 25 digs and Sauser had 30 assists. Wallace is the #4 seed at the state tournament and will play #5 Wynot at 11:00 A.M. on Thursday, November 2nd at Pinnacle Bank Arena on the North Court. The complete bracket can be found at the end of the blog. Wallace heads into the tournament with a record of 27-4.


  • Wauneta-Palisade was the #2 seed in the D2-9 subdistrict and took on #3 Hithcock County and it took all five sets to find the winner. The Broncos took the first two sets 26-24 and 25-22, dropped the third and fourth 25-21 and 25-22 but took the fifth set 15-11 and the match 3-2. Wauneta-Palisade advanced to take on #4 Medicine Valley and won 3-1 with set scores of 25-19, 25-11, dropped set three 25-22, and took the fourth set 25-22 and the match 3-1. The Bronocs advanced to the D2-2 district final in Overton where they were the #15 seed and took on the #2-seeded Eagles. Wauntea-Palisade fell 3-0 with set scores of 25-9, 25-12, and 25-15. The Broncos finished the season with a record of 15-16.



See the complete NSAA State Volleyball bracket below.


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