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RPAC Volleyball Results as of 9/10



  • Alma began their week with a trip to Wilcox-Hildreth on Tuesday for a triangular with the Falcons and Northern Valley, KS. In the first match with Wilcox-Hildreth, the Cardinals took the match 2-0. Addison Siebels led the way with nine kills. Riley Scott was able to put away four aces and Miley Whitney dug up 22 balls while Scott added 13 digs. In the second match of the night with Northern Valley, Alma took set one and then dropped the last two sets to lose the match, 2-1. Siebels pounded 13 kills, Whitney added four aces and 18 digs while Scott tallied 25 assists. On Thursday, Elm Creek came to town and Alma was able to get the 3-0 sweep over the Buffaloes. Siebels had seven kills and three aces. Whitney aced five serves and picked up 10 digs. On Saturday, the Cardinals traveled to Hitchcock County for a tournament where they played three matches. In their first match against Maywood-Hayes Center, the Cardinals fell 2-0 with set scores of 25-19 and 26-24. In their next match against host, Hitchcock County, it was a three-set battle with Alma winning the first set. dropping the second set, and then taking the third set to win the match 2-1 and set scores of 25-20, 25-22, and 25-15. In their final match of the tournament, Alma was able to sweep Arapahoe 2-0 with scores of 25-13 and 27-25. Alma is now 7-6 on the season and will travel to Arapahoe on Tuesday for a triangular with the Warriors and Cozad, travel to Phillipsburg, KS on Thursday, and then host a triangular on Saturday with Superior and Blue Hill.



  • Arapahoe traveled to Maywood-Hayes Center on Tuesday for a triangular with the Wolves and Loomis. In their first match with Loomis, the Warriors fell 2-0. Rylee Bahe led the way with six kills while Sabrina Jacobsen had five kills. Arapahoe then fell 2-0 to Maywood-Hayes Center. Jacobsen led the way with eight kills while Bahe added six kills. Brady came to town on Thursday to battle with the Warriors and they were able to take the match, 3-0. Jacobsen tallied 12 kills while Bahe added 11 kills. Defense was strong for the Warriors as Cadence Carpenter posted four blocks and Emma Strand added three while Berkley Warner picked up 11 digs and Desi Farmer picked up 10. Grace Andrews added 24 assists. On Saturday Arapahoe traveled to Hitchcock County where they played three matches in that tournament. Against Wauneta-Palisade, Arapahoe fell 2-0 with set scores of 25-15 and 25-22. The Warriors fell 2-0 to Axtell with set scores of 25-16 and 25-23. In the final match of the day, Arapahoe fell 2-0 to Alma with set scores of 25-13 and 27-25. The Warriors are 4-5 on the season and will host Alma and Cozad for a triangular on Tuesday and travel to Bertrand on Thursday for a triangular with the Vikings and Southern Valley.


  • Bertrand hosted Medicine Valley on Tuesday where they were able to sweep the Raiders 3-0 with set scores of 25-21, 25-16, and 26-24. Emma Brown led the way for the Vikings with 13 kills. The serving game was very strong for Bertrand as they posted 17 aces as a team while Katelyn Evans aced five serves, Brooklyn Evans aced four serves, and Beth Pelton aced three. Addison Andersen also added 35 assists. Bertrand traveled to Cozad on Thursday where they had matches with the Haymakers and Hi-Line. In the match with Cozad, Bertrand dropped set one, 25-19, but they battled back to take sets two and three with set scores of 25-17 and 27-25. B. Evans and K. Evans each had eight kills for the Vikings while Pelton added seven and Brown added six. Andersen added four aces and 23 assists for the Vikings. Bertrand was able to sweep Hi-Line 2-0 with set scores of 25-13 and 25-23. Brown posted six kills while K. Evans added seven aces. Bertrand traveled to Loomis on Saturday to take part in a tournament where they played three matches. In their first match with Maxwell, the Vikings fell 2-0 with set scores of 25-22 and 25-22. Bertrand was able to bounce back from the loss and defeat Franklin 2-0 with set scores of 25-12 and 25-8. In their final match of the day against Silver Lake Bertrand took the match 2-1 but they dropped the first set 25-21 and took sets two and three with scores of 25-19 and 25-22. Bertrand is 8-2 on the season and will travel to Brady on Tuesday for a triangular with the Eagles and South Loup and then host a triangular on Thursday with Southern Valley and Arapahoe.


  • Cambridge hosted Dundy County Stratton and North Platte St. Pat's for a triangular on Tuesday. In their first match with Dundy County Stratton, Cambridge swept the Tigers 2-0 with set scores of 25-12 and 25-9. Jalen Kent led the way as she pounded seven kills and Erin Johnson added six kills. The Trojans had a strong serve game as they had nine aces as a team; Brylyn Springer led the team with four and Mallory Springer added three. Against North Platte St. Pats, the Trojans rolled to a 2-0 sweep with both set scores reading 25-11. Johnson had seven kills, Kent added six, and B. Springer had five kills. On Thursday Cambridge traveled to take on undefeated Overton. The Trojans dropped set one 25-20 but were able to steal the second set 25-19. The Trojans ultimately fell short as they dropped the third and fourth set with set scores of 25-18 and 25-22 to drop the match 3-1. Kent pounded 15 kills while Johnson tallied 13 and B. Springer added 11. Cambridge was able to have a solid serve game as the team aced eight serves with M. Springer having three of those. The defense was also solid as B. Springer had four blocks while Leah Downwer added three. Kent was able to pick up 25 digs, Bailee Ahlemeyer added 22 digs, Downer dug 18 balls, and Johnson tallied 12 digs. M. Springer had 32 assists in the match. Cambridge is 6-2 on the season and will be road warriors this week as they travel to Loomis on Tuesday, Southern Valley on Friday, and will travel to McCook on Saturday for a tournament.


  • Dundy County Stratton traveled to Cambridge on Tuesday for a triangular with the Trojans and North Platte St. Pats. Cambridge swept the Tigers 2-0 with set scores of 25-12 and 25-9. North Platte St. Pats also swept the Tigers 2-0 with set scores of 25-8 and 25-12. On Thursday, Dundy County Stratton traveled to Medicine Valley where the Raiders swept them 3-0 with set scores of 25-8, 25-10, and 25-21. The Tigers are now 0-8 on the year and will host Cheylin-Bird City, KS on Thursday and then travel to North Platte on Saturday for a tournament.

  • Hitchcock County traveled to Wallace on Tuesday for a triangular with the Wildcats and Perkins County. Against Perkins County, the Falcons dropped a close first set 26-24 and then won sets two and three with set scores of 25-23 and 25-16. Kaiah Johnson led the way with six kills while Riley Hagan added five kills and three aces. The Falcons fell to Wallace 2-0 with set scores of 25-19 and 25-12. Katie Jarecke tallied six kills. On Saturday, Hitchcock County hosted a tournament where they played three matches. In their first match with Wauneta-Palisade, the Falcons were able to win the match 2-1 after they dropped the first set. Hagan and Jarecke led the team with nine kills each while Asia Homma had seven kills and Johnson added five kills and 26 digs. In their second match of the tournament against Alma, the Falcons dropped the first set 25-20 but were able to fight to win the second set 25-22. Ultimately, the Cardinals took the third set 23-15 and the match 2-1. Hagan had seven kills, Homma added six kills, and Jarecke tallied five kills for Hitchcock County. Reagan Hagan picked up 20 digs, Daelyn Mues dug 19 balls, Riley Hagan added 14 digs, and Byanka Tyan and Homma tallied 12 digs. In their final match against Maywood-Hayes Center, the Falcons won 2-1. Riley Hagan led the team with 10 kills. Hitchcock County is 6-5 on the season and will host Maywood-Hayes Center on Tuesday and travel to Medicine Valley on Thursday.


  • Maxwell traveled to Maywood-Hayes Center and fell in the match 3-1. On Saturday, they traveled to Loomis for a tournament where they played in three matches. In their first match against Bertrand, the Wildcats won 2-0 with set scores of 25-22 for both sets. In their next match with Loomis, Maxwell got the 2-1 win. Their final match was against Wallace where they were swept by Wildcats 2-0. Maxwell is 4-5 on the year and will host Overton on Tuesday, travel to Brady on Thursday, and play in the North Platte Community College tournament on Saturday.


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  • Maywood-Hayes Center hosted a triangular with Loomis and Arapahoe on Tuesday. In the first match with Loomis, Maywood-Hayes Center won set one but ultimately fell 2-1 with set scores of 25-22, 25-17, and 25-22. The Wolves got the 2-0 sweep over Arapahoe with set scores of 25-23 and 29-27. They hosted Maxwell on Thursday where they got the 3-1 win. On Saturday, Maxwell traveled to Hitchcock County for a tournament where they played three matches. Against Alma, the Wildcats got the 2-0 win with set scores of 25-19 and 26-24. It was a three-set battle against Hitchcock County as the Falcons took sets one and three but the Wolves were able to steal set two. Set scores were 25-15, 25-22, and 26-24. Against Axtell, Maywood-Hayes Center fell 2-0 with set scores of 25-21 and 25-10. The Wolves are 6-5 on the season and will travel to Hitchcock County on Tuesday and host Wauneta-Palisade on Thursday.


  • Medicine Valley traveled to Bertrand on Tuesday where they were swept by the Vikings, 3-0 with set scores of 25-21, 25-16, and 26-24. Stella Heapy had five kills for the Raiders and 14 digs. On Thursday, Dundy County Stratton came to town and Medicine Valley got the 3-0 sweep with set scores of 25-8, 25-10, and 25-21. Heapy led the way with 10 kills, 10 digs, and six aces. On Saturday, Medicine Valley traveled to Callaway for the Seven Valleys Tournament and they played three matches. In their first match against Twin Loup, they fell 2-0 with Remmi Stout leading the team with eight kills while Heapy added seven. Kylie Rose added 15 assists. Against South Loup, the Raiders were able to steal set one but ultimately dropped the match 2-1. Stout had eight kills for the Raiders. In their final match, Medicine Valley defeated Arthur County 2-1. Heapy pounded nine kills and picked up 11 digs. The Raiders are now 6-5 on the season and will host Creek Valley on Tuesday and Hitchcock County on Thursday.


  • Paxton traveled to Brady on Tuesday where they were able to get the 3-0 sweep with set scores of 25-20, 25-22, and 26-24. Audrey Holm led the Tigers as she posted 11 kills and added three blocks. Jordan Clouse picked up 15 digs, Jacelyn Jorgensen added 14 digs, and Emmalee Nicholson added 11 digs. On Thursday, Paxton traveled to Garden County for a triangular with Minatare and the Eagles. Against Minatare, Paxton got the 2-0 sweep with set scores of 25-15 for both sets. Against Garden County, it was another 2-0 sweep for the Tigers with set scores of 27-25 and 25-18. Paxton is 7-0 on the season and will host a triangular on Tuesday with Perkins County and South Platte. On Saturday, Paxton will travel to North Plate for the North Platte Community College tournament.

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  • Southern Valley traveled to Franklin on Tuesday for a triangular with the Flyers and Elm Creek. Against Elm Creek, the Eagles got the 2-0 sweep with set scores of 25-12 and 25-12. Against Franklin, Southern Valley got the 2-0 win with set scores of 25-16 and 25-16. Thursday was a trip to Southwest for another triangular with the Roughriders and Sutherland. Against Sutherland, it was a 2-0 sweep for the Eagles with set scores both reading 25-17. Against the host, Southwest, it took three sets to determine the winner as Southern Valley took set one 25-19 but the Roughriders took sets two and three as well as the match, 2-1, with set scores of 25-17 and 25-20. Ann Bose led the way with 15 kills. On Saturday, the Eagles took part in the Elm Creek tournament where they played three matches. Southern Valley defeated Pleasanton 2-1, fell to Amherst 2-0, and swept Elm Creek 2-0. Southern Valley is now 8-3 on the season and travels to Bertrand on Thursday for a triangular with the Vikings and Arapahoe. The Eagles will also host Cambridge on Friday.


  • Southwest hosted a triangular last week with Southern Valley and Sutherland. After dropping the first set to the Eagles, 25-19, the Roughriders took sets two and three to win the match 2-1. Kyra Nelms led the way with 12 kills while Atleigh Nelms added 10. Payton Truksa picked up 13 digs while Bryn Lampe had 32 assists and 10 digs. In the match with Sutherland, Southwest got the 2-0 sweep with A. Nelms led the way with nine kills and Lampe added 25 assists. The Roughriders are 8-0 on the season and will host Wauneta-Palisade on Tuesday and play in the McCook tournament on Saturday.


  • Wallace hosted a triangular with Perkins County and Hitchcock County on Tuesday where the Wildcats were able to pick up a couple of 2-0 sweeps. Against Perkins County, the set scores were 25-22 and 25-17 with Kendyl Flaming leading the way with 11 kills. The Hitchcock County set scores were 25-19 and 25-12 with Flaming and Skyler Kuhlman each pounding six kills. Kaley Sauser added 18 assists for the match. On Saturday, Wallace traveled to Loomis for a tournament where they played three matches. Against Silver Lake, the Wildcats took the match 2-0 with set scores of 25-11 and 27-25 with Flaming posting seven kills. In the 2-0 win over Hampton, the set scores were 25-15 and 25-7 with Flaming posting seven kills. Wallace swept Maxwell 2-0 with set scores of 25-19 and 25-19. The Wildcats are 8-2 on the season and will travel to Mullen on Tuesday for a triangular with the Broncos and Sutherland as well as host South Platte on Friday.


  • Wauneta-Palisade traveled to Kansas on Thursday for a triangular with Rawlins County, KS, and St. Francis, KS. Against St. Francis, the Broncos got the 2-1 win after dropping set two with the set scores reading 25-17, 25-21, and 25-22. Wauneta-Palisade got the 2-0 win over Rawlins County with the set scores reading 25-23 and 25-17. Wauneta-Palisade traveled to Hitchcock County for a tournament on Saturday where they played three matches. The Falcons got a 2-0 win over Arapahoe with set scores reading 25-15 and 25-22. Wauneta-Palisade won set one but fell 2-1 to Hitchcock County with set scores reading 25-20, 28-26, and 25-16. In their final match of the day, the Broncos fell 2-0 to Axtell with set scores of 25-18 and 26-24. Wauneta-Palisade is 5-5 on the season and will travel to Southwest on Tuesday, travel to Maywood-Hayes Center on Thursday.



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