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Updated: Sep 27, 2022


Alma only had one match this week and they traveled to Medicine Valley on Tuesday to take on the Raiders. The Cardinals came away with the sweep winning 3-0. They were led by Addison Siebels with 22 kills and eight digs. Alma improves to 14-5 on the year.


Arapahoe hosted Southwest on Tuesday and they were taken down 3-0. On Friday, the Warriors traveled to Cambridge and were hoping to bounce back from Tuesday's loss but unfortunately the Trojans were just too much. They lost the match 3-0 and fall to 7-8 on the season.


Bertrand had a busy week that started off with a triangular in Loomis on Tuesday. The Vikings defeated Franklin 2-0 and were led by Brooklyn Evans with seven kills and 16 digs. Against Loomis, the Vikings fell 2-0 and were led by Bethany Pelton with seven kills. Bertrand hosted their tournament on Saturday. They finished Runner-up with their victory Kenesaw 2-0 and loss to Pleasanton 2-0. Brooklyn Evans paced the way for the Vikings in the tournament with 18 kills and 19 digs. Bertrand is now 5-12 on the year.


Cambridge only had a single game this week as they hosted Arapahoe on Friday. The Trojans were able to come away with the sweep as they won 3-0 against the Warriors. They are now 14-1 on the season.

Dundy County Stratton

The Tigers hosted St. Francis, KS on Thursday and fell 3-0. On Saturday they attended the Sutherland tournament. They faced off with Overton falling 2-0 and then battled Hitchcock County but fell 2-0. Dundy County Stratton is now 0-15.

Hitchcock County

Hitchcock County wasn't in action until they traveled to Sutherland for a tournament on Saturday. They first battled with the host, Sutherland. The Falcons fell 2-0 to the Sailors. Madison Gestenslager and Kaiah Johnson both tallied five kills while Karstyn Porter had 10 digs. Hitchcock County then took on Dundy County Stratton where they bounced back from their loss beating the Tigers 2-0. Katie Jarecke led the Falcons with five kills, Byanka Tyan had five aces, and Porter had seven digs. Hitchcock County is now 3-15.


Thursday when the Wildcats traveled to Cozad for a triangular, they fell to Sutherland 2-0 and to Cozad 2-1. On Saturday, Maxwell attended Brady for a tournament. They faced Wallace to start and fell 2-0. They were able to bounce back against Brady as they won 2-0. In their final game of the tournament, Maxwell fell to Sandhills Valley 2-0. The Wildcats are now 2-17 on the year.

Maywood-Hayes Center

The Wolves hosted a tournament on Monday where they faced off with Hi-Line and South Platte. The were able to sweep both team 2-0. Maywood-Hayes Center remains unbeaten with a record of 14-0.

Medicine Valley

Medicine Valley had a light week but they had a productive one. On Tuesday, they fell to Alma 3-0 and then they traveled to Creek Valley on Thursday and was able win 3-0. They improve to 10-3 on the year.


Paxton hosted a tournament on Tuesday this week where they battled with Wauneta-Palisade but came out on top winning the match 2-1. It was Audrey Holm who led the way in the match as she tallied 10 kills, three aces, one block, and 20 digs. The Tigers fell to Potter-Dix 2-0. It was Holm again as she contributed seven kills and 23 digs. On Friday, Paxton hosted Arthur County and in the five set battle, it was the Tigers who came out on top 3-2. Holm tallied 15 kills, five blocks, and 39 digs. The Tigers improve to 13-3 on the year.

Southern Valley

Southern Valley traveled to Axtell for a triangular on Thursday. The Eagles defeated Wilcox-Hildreth 2-1 and Axtell 2-1. They are now 10-9 on the year.


In Tuesday's matchup with Arapahoe, the Roughriders emerged victorious 3-0. Bailey Truksa led the team with 13 kills and nine digs. They were off until Saturday where they participated in the Sutherland tournament. They started the tournament off with a win as they took down South Loup 2-0. Bryn Lampe had six kills, four aces, and nine assists in the match. Southwest then had to take on a really good Overton team but the Eagles were just too much for the Roughriders as they fell 2-0 with set scores of 25-12 and 25-14. Caylin Barnett had a big game as she posted 14 kills. Southwest is now 13-4 on the year.


The Wildcats had a pair of tournaments this week. They started at the Paxton tournament on Tuesday. Against Wauneta-Palisade, they were able to win 2-0. Brooke Bryant tallied eight kills. Wallace took down Potter-Dix 2-0 and were led by Kendyl Flamming with 14 kills. On Saturday, they traveled to Brady for another tournament. Wallace defeated Maxwell 2-0. Karlie Finley and Flamming each had six kills to lead the team. In their 2-1 win over Sandhills/Thedford, it was again Finley and Flamming with 10 kills each. Wallace then took on Twin Loup where they defeated the Wolves 2-0. It was Flamming who led the way with 8 kills. The Wildcats are now 16-2.


The Broncos were part of the Paxton tournament on Tuesday where they fell to Wallace 2-0 and Paxton 2-1. On Saturday, they traveled to Bertrand for a second tournament. In their first game against Pleasanton, the Broncos fell 2-0. They bounced back from the loss as they were able to defeat Kenesaw 2-0 to improve to 5-11 on the season.




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