class="page-template page-template-page-templates page-template-blog-volleyball page-template-page-templatesblog-volleyball-php page page-id-3427 group-blog masthead-fixed full-width singular wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.2.1 vc_responsive"
Central Nebraska Volleyball | KRVN Radio

Central Nebraska Volleyball

2017-10-23T11:50



Minutemaids drop two more matches 


Lexington had two matches last week and the Minutemaids dropped each of those contests. Adams Central was the first opponent for Lexington and the Lady Patriots won two sets to none and the set scores were 25-11 and 25-12. Lexington then fell to Holdrege two sets to none and the set scores were 25-18 and 25-21. Lexington will look to bounce back against Amherst and Cozad this week.
2017-10-23T11:45



Southern Valley wins RPAC, keeps rolling


Southern Valley competed in RPAC last week and following the tournament, they continued to play at a high level. Southern Valley first took down Bertrand in the semifinals three sets to none and the set scores were 25-21, 25-17, and 25-17. Southern Valley then took down Dundy County-Stratton in a five-set bout for the RPAC championship. The set scores were 25-19 DCS, 25-18 Southern Valley, 25-19 Southern Valley, 25-23 DCS, and 15-9 Southern Valley. The Lady Eagles ten hosted their own tournament over the weekend. Southern Valley then took down Arapahoe two sets to none and the set scores were 25-9 and 25-16. For Southern Valley, HalLee Linner had nine kills. St. Patricks was the next opponent for Southern Valley and the Lady Eagles won two sets to none. The set scores were 25-8 and 25-21. Lauryn Samuelson led Southern Valley with nine kills. The Lady Eagles final match of the week was a win against Bertrand as they won two sets to none and the set scores were 25-23 and 25-16. Samuelson again led Southern Valley with 10 kills. Southern Valley is now 21-5 and will look to continue the high level of play as the season continues.
2017-10-23T11:32



Loomis splits pair of matches 


Loomis had a pair of matches last week and they went 1-1. Loomis first took down Wallace three sets to none and the set scores were 25-22, 25-15, and 25-17. Skylar Hadley led Loomis with four kills. Loomis then fell to Ansley-Litchfield two sets to one and the set scores were 25-13 Ansley-Litchfield, 25-23 Loomis, and 26-24 Ansley-Litchfield. Loomis will look to bounce back and take down Arapahoe this week.
2017-10-23T09:58



Lady Cardinals compete in a pair of matches


Alma faced a two of opponents last week and the Lady Cardinals could only get one win. Alma first fell to Axtell two sets to one and the set scores were 25-20 Axtell, 25-18 Alma, and 25-9 Axtell. Alma then fell to St. Mary's and won two sets to none. Alma will look to continue to improve as they will face Franklin before subdistrict play.
2017-10-23T09:49



Elm Creek goes 1-3 in past week


Elm Creek had four matches last week and the Lady Buffaloes went 1-3 in the contests. Elm Creek first fell to South Loup three sets to one. The set scores were 25-21 Elm Creek, the next three were taken by South Loup, 25-21, 25-23, and 25-15. Claire Cornell led Elm Creek with 14 kills. Elm Creek then bounced back and beat Wilcox-Hildreth two sets to none and the set scores were 25-16 and 25-18. Cornell led Elm Creek with seven kills.  Elm Creek then faced Bertrand and lost two sets to one and the set scores were 25-21 Bertrand, 25-19 Elm Creek, and 25-13 Bertrand. Cornell and Allison Bauer had nine kills for Elm Creek. In Elm Creek's final match of the week, they fell to St. Patricks two sets to none and the set scores were 25-15 and 27-25. Cornell had eight kills. Elm Creek is now 8-17 and will face Cambridge and Sutherland before subdistricts.
2017-10-17T01:08



Overton finishes second in conference play


Overton had FKC play last week and the Lady Eagles finished second. The Lady Eagles first took down Loomis two sets to none and the set scores were 25-22 and 25-12. Sidney Enochs and Tori Anderson had five kills. Overton then beat Elwood two sets to none and the set scores were 25-20 and 25-19. Gracie Grote had eight kills for Elwood. In the championship match, Overton fell to Pleasanton three sets to one and the set scores were 25-20 Overton, 27-25 Pleasanton, 25-14 Pleasanton, and 27-25 Pleasanton. Overton will face Arcadia-Loup City this week.
2017-10-17T01:03



Lady Whippets win three last week 


Minden had a trio of matches last week and the Lady Whippets won all of their matches. Minden first took down Cozad three sets to one. The set scores were 25-17 Minden, 25-23 Minden, 25-20 Cozad, and 25-22. Jensen Rowse had 22 kills. Minden then beat Southern Valley two sets to none and the set scores were 25-20 and 25-23. Rowse had 12 kills in the match. Minden then took down Alma two sets to one and the set scores were 26-24 Alma, 25-21 Minden, and 25-13. Rowse had 22 kills for Minden. Minden will look to continue their success going forth with the remainder of the season.
2017-10-17T12:56



Holdrege wins one of five matches 


Holdrege had five matches this past week and they were only able to win one of the contests. Holdrege first fell to Northwest two sets to none and the set scores were 25-5 and 25-9. GICC was the next opponent for Holdrege and the set scores were 25-5 and 25-10. Seward was the next match for Holdrege and they fell two sets to none and the set scores were 25-11 and 25-13. Holdrege then faced Schuyler and won two sets to none and the set scores were 25-18 and 25-17. Holdrege then had to battle Crete and they fell two sets to none and the set scores were 25-22 and 29-27. Holdrege is now 5-19 and they will face Adams Central, Lexington, and Aurora.
2017-10-17T12:49



Elwood now 11-11


Elwood competed in FKC play and a nonconference match this week and their record now stands at .500. Amherst was the first opponent for Elwood and the Lady Pirates won two sets to none and the set scores were 25-22 and 25-12. Felicia Knoerzer had 13 kills for Elwood. Elwood then fell to Overton two sets to none and the set scores were 25-20 and 25-19. Knoerzer led Elwood again with nine kills. In the third and fourth place game of the FKC tournament, Elwood lost three sets to none. The set scores were 25-22 Axtell, 26-24 Axtell, 25-18 Elwood, and 25-21 Axtell.Knoerzer had 18 kills. Elwood then finished the week against McPherson County and won three sets to none and the set scores were 25-12, 25-17, and 25-15. Elwood will face Medicine Valley, Lawerence-Nelson, and St. Mary's this week.
2017-10-17T12:38



Axtell competes in FKC tournament, takes third


Axtell began FKC last week and they went 2-1. Axtell first took on SEM and won two sets to none and the set scores were 25-19 and 25-17. Camille Fishell had seven kills for Axtell. Axtell then fell to Pleasanton two sets to none and the set scores were 25-16 and 25-21. Erica Bertrand had eight kills. Axtell then faced Elwood and won three sets to one and the set scores were 25-22 Axtell, 26-24 Axtell, 25-18 Elwood, and 25-21 Axtell. That win ave Axtell a third-place finish in the FKC tournament. Caitlin Callan had 16 kills for Axtell. Axtell will face Heartland Lutheran, Alma, and Dundy County this week.
2017-10-17T12:30



Lady Haymakers now 14-8


Cozad had a number of matches last week and they found success during their contests. Minden first took down Cozad three sets to one and the set scores were 25-17 Minden, 25-23 Minden, 25-20 Cozad, and 25-22 Minden. Cozad then beat Ainsworth two sets to none and the set scores were 25-8 and 25-7. Cozad then faced off against Gordon-Rushville and won two sets to none and the set scores were 25-17 and 25-11. The Lady Haymakers then faced off against Chadron and the won two sets to none. The set scores were 26-24 and 25-13. Cozad finished the week with a win against Valentine and won two sets to none and the set scores were 25-12 and 25-12. Cozad will face Hastings this week.
2017-10-17T12:01



Gothenburg splits pair of matches 


Gothenburg had two matches this week and they fell in their first match and won their second. The Lady Swedes fell to GICC two sets to none. The set scores were 25-11 and 25-12. Arleigh Costello had six kills for Gothenburg. The Lady Swedes did bounce back and beat Lexington two sets to none and the set scores were 25-18 and 25-20. Gracie Stienike had 11 kills for Gothenburg. Gothenburg will look to continue their strong play as the season is nearing the end.
2017-10-17T11:49



Bertrand continues success in RPAC play 


Bertrand began RPAC play this week, but first, they battled with Kenesaw. Kenesaw got the better of Bertrand three sets to two. The set scores were 25-17 Bertrand, 25-19 Kenesaw, 25-19 Kenesaw, 25-21 Bertrand, 15-13 Kenesaw. Halle Dahlgren had 16 kills to lead Bertrand. Bertrand then faced Southwest in the first round of RPAC. Bertrand then took down Southwest three sets to none. The set scores were 25-23, 25-13, and 25-14. Dahlgren led Bertrand five kills. Bertrand then faced off against Cambridge and won in a five-set match. The first set went to Bertrand 27-25, set two went to Cambridge 25-10, the third to Bertrand 25-22, the fourth to Cambridge 25-19, and the final set to Bertrand 15-12. Dahlgren had 21 kills to lead Bertrand. The Lady Vikings will play Tuesday evening against Southern Valley in RPAC play.
2017-10-17T11:27



Arapahoe splits pair of matches 


Arapahoe had two matches last week and they went 1-1 in those contests. Arapahoe first took down Medicine Valley three sets to none and the set scores were 27-25, 25-14, and 25-18. Melonie Meyers led Arapahoe with 15 kills. Arapahoe then faced off against Cambridge to begin RPAC play and they fell three sets to none. The set scores were 25-15, 25-5, and 25-22. Meyers had two kills for the Lady Warriors. Arapahoe is now 5-15 and will face Eustis-Farnam this week.
2017-10-17T11:20



Eustis-Farnam drops three more matches 


Eustis-Farnam competed in a pair of FKC matches last week, then fell in a non-conference bout. Eustis-Farnam first fell to Loomis two sets to none and the set scores were 25-3 and 25-17. Sammy Jack led Eustis-Farnam with three kills. Eustis-Farnam then fell to Wilcox-Hildreth two sets to none and the set scores were 25-11 and 25-14. Chloe Maurer had two kills for Eustis-Farnam. Wallace was the next opponent and Eustis-Farnam fell three sets to none. The set scores were 25-10, 25-14, and 25-11. Sydney Vyhlidal led the Lady Knights with four kills. Eustis-Farnam will look to bounce back against Arapahoe this week.
2017-10-17T10:08



Lady Mustangs compete in conference play 


SEM began FKC play last week and they went 1-1 in those contests. SEM first battled Axtell and lost two sets to none. The set scores were 25-19 and 25-17. Erica Eacker led SEM with five kills. SEM did bounce back and beat Amherst in the same night two sets to one. The set scores were 25-19 SEM, 25-13 Amherst, and 26-24 SEM. Eacker led SEM with 12 kills. SEM will face Arcadia-Loup City and Twin Loup this week.
2017-10-17T10:03



Lexington drops two more matches 


Lexington had a pair of matches last week and the Minutemaids dropped both of their matches. Lexington first fell to Gothenburg two sets to none and the set scores were 25-18 and 25-20. The Minutemaids then fell GICC two sets to none and the set scores were 25-8 and 25-9. Lexington is now 2-18 and will look to bounce back against Adams Central and Holdrege.
2017-10-17T09:58



Southern Valley begins RPAC play 


Southern Valley had a pair of matches before RPAC play. Southern Valley first fell to Minden two sets to none. The set scores were 25-20 and 25-23. Lauryn Samuelson had nine kills for the Lady Eagles. Southern Valley bounced back and beat Alma two sets to none and the set scores were 25-16 and 25-13. Samuelson had seven kills. Southern Valley then beat Alma again, this time it was the first round of RPAC play. The Lady Eagles won three sets to one and the set scores were 25-17 Southern Valley, 25-16 Southern Valley, 25-23 Alma, and 25-15 Southern Valley. Samuelson led Southern Valley with 17 kills. The Lady Eagles will continue conference play this week as they will face Bertrand.
2017-10-17T09:48



Loomis competes in FKC play 


Loomis began FKC play last week and they split the pair of matches. Loomis first fell to Overton two sets to none and the set scores were 25-22 and 25-12. Alley Beisner led Loomis with five kills. Loomis then took down Eustis-Farnam two sets to none and the set scores were 25-3 and 25-17. Darla Thorell led Loomis with six kills. Loomis will face Wallace, Ansley-Litchfield, and Pleasanton this week.
2017-10-16T11:04



Alma now 8-14


Alma had a pair of matches before RPAC play began. Alma first fell to Minden two sets to one and the set scores were 26-24 Alma, 25-21 Minden, and 25-13 Minden. Jaydn Heckenlively had 17 kills for Alma. Alma then fell to Southern Valley two sets to none and the set scores were 25-16 and 25-13. Heckinlively led Alma again this time with seven kills. Alma then began conference play and first beat Medicine Valley three sets to none and the set scores were 25-17, 25-8, and 25-13. Alma then fell to Southern Valley three sets to one and the set scores were 25-17 Southern Valley, 25-16 Southern Valley, 25-23 Alma, and 25-15 Southern Valley. Alma will look to bounce back next week against Dundy County later this week.
2017-10-16T10:53



Elm Creek splits matches in FKC play


Elm Creek began FKC play last week and the Lady Buffaloes went 1-1. Elm Creek first fell to Pleasanton two sets to none and the set scores were 25-21 and 25-17. Claire Cornell led Elm Creek with six kills. Elm Creek then beat Wilcox-Hildreth two sets to none and the set scores were 25-21 and 28-26. Allie Bauer led Elm Creek with six kills. Elm Creek is now 7-14 and will face South Loup and Southern Valley this week.
2017-10-10T10:25



Lady Eagles now with seven straight wins


Overton has won seven straight games and last week they took four of those and early this week they have begun FKC play with a win.  Overton first took down Gibbon two sets to one and the set scores were 25-20 Overton, 26-24 Gibbon, and 26-24 Overton. Gracie Grote led Overton with nine kills. Overton then took down Elm Creek two sets to one and the set scores were 26-24 Elm Creek, 25-13 Overton, and 25-17 Overton. Grote again led Overton, this time with 10 kills. Eustis-Farnam was the next opponent for Overton and the Lady Eagles won two sets to none and the set scores were 25-5 and 25-11. Sidney Enochs led Overton with seven kills. Overton then faced Loomis and won two sets to one and the set scores were 25-17 Overton, 27-25 Loomis, and 25-13 Overton. Enochs had 11 kills for Overton. Overton faced Loomis again to begin conference place and the Lady Eagles won the match two sets to none. The set scores were 25-22 and 25-12. Overton will continue to compete in the FKC tournament with a strong 20-2 record.
2017-10-10T10:09



Minden now 12-11


Minden had a trio of matches last week and the Lady Whippets went 1-2 in those contests. Minden first fell to Superior three sets to none. The set scores were 29-27 Superior, 25-23 Superior, 25-23 Minden, and 25-17 Superior. Jensen Rowse had 16 kills to lead Minden. Ogallala was the next opponent for Minden and the Lady Whippets fell again this time two sets to none. The set scores were 25-12 and 25-15. Rowse led Minden again this time with six kills. Broken Bow was the final opponent for Minden. Minden was able to take down Broken Bow two sets to none. The set scores were 25-23 and 25-19. Rowse led Minden with 11 kills. Minden will play Cozad, Alma, and Southern Valley this week.
2017-10-10T09:53



Holdrege falls to Cozad 


Holdrege had just one match last week and the Lady Dusters fell to Cozad. It was a long, tooth and nail match that took all five sets. The set scores were 25-23 Holdrege, 25-22 Holdrege, 25-19 Cozad, 25-17 Cozad, and 15-10 Cozad. Holdrege is now 4-15 and will look to bounce back against Northwest, GICC, and Seward this week.
2017-10-10T09:43



Elwood looking to find stride late in season 


Elwood had a pair of games last week, and they have begun conference play this well this week. Elwood first took down Arapahoe three sets to none and the set scores were 25-16, 25-21, and 25-16. The Lady Pirates then fell to Red Cloud three sets to none and the set scores were 25-20, 25-23, and 26-24. Elwood then faced Amherst to begin FKC play and the Lady Pirates took down the Lady Broncos two sets to none and the set scores were 25-22 and 25-12. Felicia Knoerzer had 13 kills to lead Elwood. Elwood will now face Overton in the FKC tournament.