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RPAC Volleyball Results as of 8/27


  • Alma began their season at the Axtell tournament last Saturday where they played three matches. In their match against Silver Lake, the Cardinals fell 2-0. In set one Alma fell 25-23 and fell 25-19 in the second set. Against Dundy County Stratton the Cardinals won the match 2-0 with set scores of 25-13 and 25-8. Kamryn Scott led the Cardinals as she was able to put away four kills. The Cardinals were aggressive from the service line as they were able to tally 10 aces; Scott, Miley Whitney, and Kamri Neal each had three aces respectively. Alma struggled to get the offense going in the first set against Axtell as they fell 25-5. They bounced back in the second set but it wasn't enough as the Wildcats took the second set 25-14 to lose the match 2-0. Alma is 1-2 on the season and will host a triangular with Wilcox-Hildreth and Franklin on Tuesday and host another triangular on Thursday with Bertrand and Southern Valley.


  • Arapahoe opened their season last Thursday with a 3-0 win over Franklin. The Warriors came out and took set one 25-14. In set two it was a much tighter match as Arapahoe held tough and took the set 26-24. The Warriors took set three 25-18. They move to 1-0 on the season and will host a triangular on Thursday with Hitchcock County and Dundy County Stratton.


  • Bertrand opened the season at home with Sandhills-Thedford. It was a tight match and Bertrand was able to win the match 4-1. In set one it was a battle but Bertrand won 26-24. The Vikings got into a rhythm and took set two 25-17 but ended up dropping set three 25-17. Bertrand bounced back in the fourth to win the match 25-21. The Vikings were led by Emma Brown with 13 kills and Beth Pelton with 11 kills. Shelby Schoene put away four service aces while Addison Andersen accounted for 35 assists. Bertrand is 1-0 on the year and will travel to Alma on Thursday for a triangular with the Cardinals and Cambridge.

  • Cambridge opened their season with their home tournament on Saturday and played three matches. In their first match against Red Cloud, the Trojans dominated winning 2-0 with set scores of 25-7 and 25-11. Erin Johnson led the way with eight kills while Brylyn Springer and Jalen Kent each posted six kills. Johnson and Mallory Springer had strong defense in the match with four blocks each. In their second match of the day Cambridge took on Norton, Kansas. Cambridge took care of business wining set one 25-11 and set two 25-21 to win the match 2-0. B. Springer paced the Trojans with 8 kills while Kent and Johnson each contributed 7 kills. M. Springer tallied 22 assists in the match. It was a familiar face for match three as Cambridge took on Southwest in the tournament championship. It was a tight first set but the Trojans dropped set one 25-23 and then couldn't gather enough momentum to take set two as they fell 25-12 to lose the match 2-0. B. Springer had six kills and three blocks to lead Cambridge and M. Springer posted three blocks and 11 assists in the match. The Trojans are 2-1 on the season and travel to Alma on Thursday for a triangular with Alma and Bertrand.


  • Duncy County Stratton traveled to Axtell on Saturday for a tournament where they played two matches. Dundy County Stratton fell to Hampton in match one 2-0 with set scores of 25-10 and 25-10. In game two, the Tigers fell to Alma 2-0 with set scores of 25-13 and 25-8. The Tigers are 0-2 on the season and will travel to Arapahoe for a triangular with Arapahoe and Hitchcock County.


  • Hitchcock County began their season with a thriller last Thursday as they traveled to take on Wauneta-Palisade. It took five sets to determine a winner but Hitchcock County emerged victorious, 3-2. Katie Jarecke posted eight kills and 15 digs, Kaiah Johnson and Asia Homma each posted seven kills while Johnson added three blocks and 17 digs while Homma added 17 digs. On Saturday, Hitchcock County traveled to the Overton tournament where they played three matches. In match one against Heartland, the Falcons won the match 2-0 with set scores of 25-11 and 25-23. Homma led the way with four kills, Madison Gestenslager put away three service aces, and Riley Hagan posted 12 digs. In the next match against North Platte St. Pat's, Hitchcock County fell 2-0 with set scores of 25-23 and 25-12. Jarecke and Homma led the team with three kills each. In the final match of the day against Central Valley, the Falcons fell 2-0 with set scores of 25-18 and 25-12. Gestenslager led the way with five kills. Hitchcock County is 2-2 on the season and will take on Arapahoe and Dundy County Stratton in a triangular on Thursday this week.

  • Maxwell began their season on the road at Medicine Valley last Thursday. It was a back-and-forth match as Maxwell took set one 25-14, they dropped sets two and three 25-16 and 25-20, but got momentum back to their side to win the final two sets 25-14 and 15-4 to take the match, 3-2. On Saturday they traveled to Overton for a tournament where they played three matches. In their first match against Anselmo-Merna, Maxwell fell in two tight sets with set scores of 25-22 and 25-22 to lose the match 2-0. In their second match of the day against Heartland, it took all three sets to determine the winner but Maxwell came out on the winning side as they took the match 2-1. They dropped set one 25-21 and then won the final two sets, 25-19 and 25-20 to win the match 2-1. Maxwell then faced off with Central Valley and they lost the match 2-0 with set scores of 25-10 and 25-12. Maxwell is 2-2 on the year and will host Brady on Thursday.


  • Maywood-Hayes Center opened their season with a triangular with Paxton and Sandhills Valley at home last Thursday. In the match against Paxton, the Wolves fell in two very tight sets 2-0, 25-22 and 25-23. Kesli Cox led the way as she put away four kills and Kassidy Hatfield was strong from the service line as she accounted for five aces. Maywood-Hayes Center was able to win the match with Sandhills Valley 2-0 with set scores of 25-12 and 25-19. Hatfield paced the Wolves with seven kills and three blocks. The Wolves are 1-1 on the season and will travel to Atwood, Kansas on Thursday for a triangular with Rawlins County and Southwest. They will also host South Loup on Friday.


  • Medicine Valley hosted Maxwell on Thursday and fell in a close match 3-2 The Raiders dropped set one 25-14, won sets two and three 25-16 and 15-20, and then dropped the last two sets 25-14 and 15-4. Stella Heapy had a solid game to lead the way with 14 kills and 10 digs. Remmi Stout and Sienna Houghtelling had strong defense as they both posted four blocks and Kylie Rose added 11 digs. The Raiders traveled to Mullen on Friday and were able to pick up a 3-0 win, 25-22, 25-23, 25-18. Heapy posted 10 kills to lead the way for Medicine Valley. On Saturday, they traveled to the Axtell tournament where they played three matches. In their first match of the day, they fell in a three-set match with Lawrence-Nelson losing set one 25-17, winning set two 25-21, and then fell in set three 25-22. Stout led the way with eight kills and 10 digs. Medicine Valley bounced back in their next match of the day with Neligh-Oakdale winning handily in two sets, 25-13 and 25-9. Stout posted another eight kills in this match. In the final match of the day against Hampton, the Raiders dropped set one 25-9 and then were able to get into gear as they won the final two sets, 25-19 and 25-22. Stout put away nine kills. The Raiders are 3-2 on the season and will travel to Hi-Line on Tuesday.

  • Paxton traveled to Maywood-Hayes Center for a triangular with the Wolves and Sandhills Valley. Against Maywood-Hayes Center the Tigers won 2-0 with set scores of 25-22 and 25-23. Jacelyn Jorgensen led the way with nine kills. Paxton took the match with Sandhills Valley in two sets with set scores of 25-10 and 25-22. Emmalee Nicholson put away 10 kills and Jorgensen added three service aces. The Tigers are now 2-0 on the season and host Sutherland on Tuesday and travel to Garden County on Thursday.


  • Southern Valley hosted Hi-Line on Thursday last week to begin their season and was able to sweep the Bulls 3-0, 25-4, 25-12, and 25-13. Ann Bose led the way with nine kills and 14 aces and Brecklyn Hammond added 23 assists. The Eagles hit the road on Friday to Sandhills Valley where they picked up another 3-0 win, 25-18, 225-10, and 25-14. Bose posted another 13 kills while Hammond added 29 assists and eight aces. Southern Valley is 2-0 on the season and will hit the road this week as they take on Gothenburg on Tuesday and Cozad on Thursday.

  • Southwest opened the season with a road trip to South Platte and was able to come home with a 3-0 win, 25-15, 25-17, and 25-15. Atleigh Nelms pounded 10 kills while Bryn Lampe accounted for 26 assists. On Saturday, Southwest made the short drive to Cambridge for a tournament where they played three matches. In match one against Rawlins County Kansas, Southwest won 2-0 with scores of 25-13 and 25-10. Kyra Nelms led the way with seven kills while Lampe had 22 assists. In match two against Wauneta-Palisade, Southwest went 2-0 with set scores of 25-10 and 25-18. A. Nelms and K. Nelms both accounted for nine kills while Lampe added 24 assists. In the tournament championship match against Cambridge, the Roughriders won in two sets, 25-23 and 25-12. K. Nelms had 12 kills and four blocks for Southwest. Southwest is 4-0 on the year and will travel to Atwood, KS for a triangular with Maywood-Hayes Center and Rawlins County.


  • Wallace was selected to play in the Bill Marshall Volleyball Classic at the Nebraska State Fair on Saturday and they played Hastings. Wallace was able to steal set one from the Tigers, 26-24 but wasn't able to keep that momentum as they dropped the final two sets, 25-15 and 25-19, to fall in the match 2-1. Wallace is 0-1 on the season and will travel to Arthur County for a triangular with the Wolves and Sandhills-Thedford.

  • Wauneta-Palisade hosted Hitchcock County on Thursday where they fell 3-2. They dropped set one 25-22, won sets two and three 25-20 and 25-18, and then dropped the final two sets 25-23 and 15-11. On Saturday, Wauneta-Palisade traveled to Cambridge for a tournament where they played three matches. In their first match against Rawlins County, KS the Broncos won 2-0. In the second match of the day against Southwest, Wauneta-Palisade fell 2-0 with set scores of 25-13 and 25-10. Against Norton, KS in their final match of the day fell 2-1. Norton took set one 25-19, the Broncos took set two 25-20 and fell in set three 25-12. Wauneta-Palisade is 1-3 on the year and will host South Platte on Friday.

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