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Loomis Drops Two Matches in Conference Tournament
2018-10-15T02:27



Loomis had a pair of matches in the FKC tournament as they dropped each contest. Loomis first fell to Overton two sets to none. The set scores were 25-19 and 25-18. Alexis Billeter and Alley Beisner had five kills. Loomis then fell to Axtell two sets to one and the sets cores were 25-18 Axtell, 25-21 Loomis, and 25-19 Axtell. Beisner had 11 kills for Loomis. The Lady Wolves are now 8-13 and will face Ansley-Litchfield and Pleasanton this week.
Lady Cardinals Drop Two Matches
2018-10-15T02:19



Alma had just two matches this past week and lost both of them. Southern Valley first took down Alma two sets to one and the set scores were 25-21 Alma, 25-14 Southern Valley, and 25-15 Alma. Tiffany Wells led the Lady Cardinals with eight kills. Minden was the next opponent for the Lady Cardinals and they lost once again two sets to none. The set scores were 25-13 Minden, 26-24 Alma, and 25-10 Minden. Carlee Stuhmer had nine kills for Alma. Alma is 11-9 and will battle Southwest in the first round of the RPAC tournament.
Arapahoe falls to Medicine Valley
2018-10-15T02:12



Arapahoe had just one match last week and fell to Medicine Valley three sets to none. The set scores were 25-23, 25-23, and 26-24. Chloe Carlson led the Lady Warriors with five kills. Arapahoe is 3-17 and will play in the RPAC tournament this week.
Minden Picks Up Three More Wins
2018-10-15T02:01



Minden had three volleyball matches this past week and won all three of them. Minden first took down Cozad three sets to none and the set scores were 25-15, 25-14, and 25-9. Jensen Rowse had 14 kills to lead Minden and Hannah Boehler added seven.  Minden then took down Southern Valley two sets to none and the set scores were 25-20 and 25-10. Minden then took down Alma two sets to one and the set scores were 25-13 Minden, 26-24 Alma, and 25-10 Minden. The Lady Whippets are now 16-10 and will compete in the Southwest Conference tournament this week.
Lady Eagles Split Matches
2018-10-15T01:48



Southern Valley had a pair of contests this past week and split those contests. Southern Valley first took down Alma two sets to one and the set scores were 25-21 Alma, 25-14 Southern Valley, 25-15 Southern Valley. Lauryn Samuelson had eight kills to lead the Lady Eagles. Southern Valley then fell to Minden two sets to none and the set scores were 25-20 and 25-10. Samuelson again led the way this time with six kills. The Lady Eagles are now 11-10 and will face St. Patricks this week.
Axtell Splits FKC Matches
2018-10-15T10:14



Axtell battled in the FKC tournament and went 1-1. Axtell first fell to Amherst two sets to one. The set scores were 25-17 Amherst, 25-15 Axtell, and 25-18 Amherst. Camille Fishell had 12 kills for the Lady Wildcats. Loomis was the next opponent for Axtell and they won two sets to one and the set scores were 25-18 Axtell, 25-21 Loomis, and 25-19 Axtell. Fishell had nine kills and Erica Bertrand recorded nine as well. Axtell is 14-7 and will battle Heartland Lutheran, Alma, and St. Marys this week.
Lexington Competes in Central Conference
2018-10-15T10:08



Lexington had a busy week with the Central Conference tournament. Lexington first beat Holdrege two sets to none and the set scores were 26-24 and 25-23. Cordelia Harbison had 11 kills for Lexington. The Minutemaids then beat Schuyler two sets to none and the set scores were 25-13 and 25-12. Harbison led the way with 10 kills.

Lexington then fell to Adams Central two sets to none and the set scores were 25-19 and 25-12. Northwest was the next opponent for Lexington as the set scores were 25-22 and 25-10.  Lexington then fell to Seward two sets to one and the set scores were 25-15 Lexington, 25-18 Seward, and 25-7 Seward. Lexington is 11-18 and will face Holdrege and Adams Central this week.
Eustis-Farnam Drops Two Matches
2018-10-15T09:57



Eustis-Farnam was looking to pick their way through the FKC Tournament bracket. They ended up losing two matches instead. Eustis-Farnam first fell to SEM two sets to none and the set scores were 25-16 and 25-17. Katy Bartell and Gracie Gibbens had six kills for the Lady Knights. Eustis-Farnam then fell to Wilcox-Hildreth two sets to none and the set scores were 26-24 and 25-23. Bartell had five kills. Eustis-Farnam is 4-17 and will face Maxwell on October 22nd.
SEM Competes in FKC Tournament
2018-10-15T09:41



SEM had a trio of games this past week as they battled in the FKC tournament. SEM first took down Eustis-Farnam two sets to none and the set scores were 25-16 and 25-17. Lindsey Dittmar had 12 kills for SEM. SEM then beat Wilcox-Hildreth two sets to none and the set scores were 25-16 and 25-17. The Lady Mustangs then fell to Pleasanton two sets to none and the set scores were 25-11 and 25-18. Dittmar had five kills and Sarah Glatter had four. SEM is now 10-14 and will battle Arcadia-Loup City and Twin Loup this week.
Bertrand Falls to Kenesaw
2018-10-15T09:28



Bertrand had just one match last week and they lost to Kenesaw three sets to one. The set scores were 25-18 Kenesaw, 25-23 Bertrand, 25-15 Kenesaw, and 25-22 Kenesaw. Lindsay Schutz led Bertrand with 14 kills. Bertrand will compete in RPAC play this week, and look to improve their 10-9 record.
Cozad now 3-21
2018-10-15T09:21



Cozad had four matches last week and couldn't capture a win. Cozad first fell to Minden three sets to none and the set scores were 25-15, 25-14, and 25-9. Cozad then competed at the Valentine Triangular. Cozad first fell to Valentine two sets to none. The set scores were 25-10 and 25-14.

Cozad then fell to Ainsworth two sets to none. The set scores were 25-23 Cozad, 25-19 Ainsworth, and 26-24 Ainsworth. Cozad then fell to Chadron two sets to none and the set scores were 25-13 and 25-15. The Haymakers will face Hastings and then the Southwest Conference tournament will take place this week.
Busy Week for Dusters Results in Five Losses
2018-10-14T07:23



Holdrege had six matches last week and lost five of them. Holdrege first fell to GICC two sets to none and the set scores were 25-12 and 25-12. Addy Johnson and Sierra Schemper had three kills. Holdrege then fell to Northwest two sets to none and the set scores were 25-14 and 25-8. McKenna Ortiesen led Holdrege with four kills.

Holdrege then competed in the Central Conference Tournament and went 1-3. Holdrege first fell to Seward two sets to none and the set scores were 25-14 and 25-16. Johnson had four kills for Holdrege. The Lady Dusters then fell to Lexington two sets to none and the set scores were 26-24 and 25-23. Anna Grace Week had 11 kills for the Lady Dusters. Holdrege then fell to Northwest again two sets to none and the set scores were 25-22 and 25-14. Ortiesen had four kills for Holdrege. Holdrege then rounded out the week with a two sets to none win over Holdrege 25-11 and 25-13. Grace Week recorded six kills for Holdrege. The Lady Dusters are 5-20 and will battle Lexington, Adams Central, and Aurora this week.
Elwood Splits Contests in FKC Tournament
2018-10-14T07:08



Elwood competed in the FKC tournament and won their first match and lost their second. Elwood took down Wilcox-Hildreth in two sets and the scores were 25-9 and 25-16. The Lady Pirates then fell to Elm Creek two sets to none and the set scores were 25-23 and 25-21. Elwood is 9-11 and will face Brady, DCS, and Lawrence-Nelson this week. 
Overton Takes Runner-Up at FKC Tournament
2018-10-14T07:02



Overton competed in the FKC tournament this past week and took 2nd place. Overton started with a two sets to none win over Loomis and the set scores were 25-19 and 25-18. Haley Fleishman had 10 kills for Overton. 

Overton’s combo of Rachel Ecklund and Haley Fleischman proved to be too much for Elm Creek as the Eagles advanced past the Buffaloes in four sets 23-25, 25-18, 25-14, 25-20 on Tuesday. After losing the first set Overton took over as the sophomores combined for 48 kills in the FKC Tournament semifinals. Eckland had 25, while Fleischman added 23. 

Overton then fell to Pleasanton in the FKC championship three sets to one. The set scores were 25-17 Overton, the next three to Pleasanton 25-16, 25-20, and 25-11. Ecklund and Fleishman again had big matches as they each tallied 14 kills. The Lady Eagles are 16-7 and will face Kearney Catholic this week. 


Lady Swedes Drop Two Matches
2018-10-14T06:49



Gothenburg had a pair of matches last week and lost both of them. Gothenburg first fell to Filmore Central two sets to one and the set scores were 25-22 Gothenburg, 25-10 Filmore Central, and 25-18 Filmore Central. Gothenburg then fell to GICC two sets to none and the set scores were 25-10 and 25-10. Gothenburg us 13-15 and will look to bounce back this week in the Southwest Conference tournament.
Elm Creek Takes 4th at FKC
2018-10-14T05:45


Elm Creek competed in the FKC tournament last week and they started with a two sets to none win over Elwood, 25-23 and 25-21. Allie Bauer had 13 kills for Elm Creek. 

Overton’s combo of Rachel Ecklund and Haley Fleischman proved to be too much for Elm Creek as the Eagles advanced past the Buffaloes in four sets 23-25, 25-18, 25-14, 25-20 on Tuesday. After losing the first set Overton took over as the sophomores combined for 48 kills in the FKC Tournament semifinals. Eckland had 25, while Fleischman added 23. Elm Creek was led by  Bauer who had nine kills. 


Elm Creek then fell to Amherst three sets to none and the set scores were 25-9, 25-22, and 25-13.  Bauer had 10 kills. Elm Creek is 18-6 and will face Sutherland on October 23rd. 
Alma Wins Two of Three
2018-10-08T06:58



Alma had three matches last week and won two of them. The Cardinals first fell to Elm Creek in five sets. The set scores were 25-21 Alma, 25-21 Alma, and the next three to Elm Creek 25-19, 25-10, and 15-11. Carlee Stuhmer had 21 kills to lead Alma. Alma then beat Red Cloud and won two sets to one and the set scores were 25-19 Red Cloud, 25-20 Alma,  and 25-21 Alma. Stuhmer had 12 kills and Kayla Kindler had eight kills as well. Alma finished the week with a two sets to none victory over Franklin. The set scores were 25-17 and 25-23. Tiffany Wells had 10 kills for Alma. Alma is 11-7 and will face Southern Valley and Minden this week.
Arapahoe Drops Two Matches and Wins One
2018-10-08T06:49



Arapahoe had three matches last week and won one of those contests. Arapahoe first fell to Axtell three sets to none and the set scores were 25-21, 25-12, and 25-22. Chole Carlson and Terri Hilker had five kills for Arapahoe. Arapahoe then fell to Elwood three sets to one and the set scores were 25-17 Elwood, 25-23 Arapahoe, 25-17 Elwood, and 25-10 Arapahoe. Carlson and Mariah Watson had five kills. Arapahoe bounced back and beat Southwest three sets to one and the set scores were 25-18 Arapahoe, 25-22 Arapahoe, 27-25 Southwest, and 25-14 Arapahoe. Joslyn North had eight kills for Arapahoe. The Lady Warriors will face Medicine Valley this week with their 3-16 record.
Minden Drops Two of Three
2018-10-08T06:41



Minden had three matches last week and they dropped two of those contests. Minden faced Superior and lost three sets to one and the set scores were 26-24 Minden, and the next three to Superior 25-23, 25-19, and 25-16. Minden then beat Broken Bow two sets to none and the set scores were 25-13 and 25-14. Minden then fell to Ogallala two sets to one and the set scores were 25-19 Minden, 29-27 Ogallala, and 25-22 Ogallala. Minden is 13-10 and will face Cozad, Southern Valley, and Alma this week.
Southern Valley Now 10-9
2018-10-08T06:29



Southern Valley had two matches last week and split those contests. The Lady Eagles first fell to Cambridge three sets to none. The set scores were 25-23, 25-22, and 25-20. Lauryn Samuelson had 12 kills. Southern Valley then bounced back and beat Silber Lake three sets to none and the set scores were 25-15, 25-13, and 25-16. Samuelson again led the way, this time with 18 kills. Southern Valley is 10-9 and will face Minden this week.
Loomis Wins Two Matches
2018-10-08T06:17



Loomis had three matches last week and won two of them. Loomis first beat Harvard in three sets and the set scores were 25-21 Harvard, 25-20 Harvard, the next three to Loomis and the scores were 25-13, 15-11, and 15-9. Alley Beisner had 17 kills for Loomis. Loomis then beat Eustis-Farnam two sets to none and the set scores were 25-16 and 25-17. Beisner had six kills for Loomis. Loomis then fell to Overton two sets to one and the set scores were 25-19 Overton, 27-25 Loomis, and 25-21 Overton. Beisner had 10 kills and Alexis Billeter added seven. Loomis will face Overton to begin FKC play.
Axtell Takes Two of Three
2018-10-08T06:10



Axtell had three matches last week and came away with two wins. Axtell first took down Arapahoe three sets to none and the set scores were 25-21, 25-12, and 25-22. Camille Fishell had 10 kills. Axtell then took on Amherst and won two sets to one and the set scores were 26-24 Axtell, 25-19 Amherst, and 25-19 Axtell. Axtell then fell to Pleasanton and the set scores in the two sets to none match were 25-22 and 25-21. Axtell is 13-6 and will face Amherst in FKC play.
Minutemaids Compete in four Matches
2018-10-08T04:06



Lexington had four matches last week and came away with some success. They first took down York two sets to none and the set scores were 25-22 and 26-24. Cordelia Harbison had 13 kills to lead the Minutemaids. Lexington then beat Adams Central two sets to none and the set scores were 26-24 and 25-21. Harbison had 10 kills for Lexington.

Lexington ran into a skid at the end of the week as they fell Gothenburg two sets to one and the set scores were 25-17 Gothenburg, 25-18 Lexington, and 25-21 Gothenburg. Harbison led the way again with 16 kills. Brisa Garcia added 10 digs. Lexington then fell to McCook two sets to none and the set scores were 25-18 and 25-9. Taylor Woehrle had five kills for the Minutemaids. Lexington is 9-15 and will face Seward on Saturday.
SEM now 8-13
2018-10-08T12:32



SEM had just one match last week and fell to Maywood-Hayes Center three sets to none and the set scores were 27-25, 25-16, and 26-24. Sarah Glatter had 11 kills to lead SEM. SEM is 8-13 and will face Eustis-Farnam on Monday to begin FKC tournament play.
Eustis-Farnan Drops Two Matches
2018-10-08T12:29



Eustis-Farnam had two matches this past week and lost both of them. The first loss came to Overton two sets to none and the set scores were 25-7 and 25-9. Eustis-Farnam then fell to Loomis two sets to none and the set scores were 25-16 and 25-17. Eustis-Farnam is 4-15 and will face SEM in FKC tournament play.