Tekamah-The Tekamah-Herman Volleyball team swept Pender 3-0 at home Tuesday night.
The Tigers claimed set one 25-11, set two 25-16, and set three 25-13.
Marin Jetensky led Tekamah-Herman (14-7) with 17 kills while Anna Wakehouse had 7.
Tigers Head Coach Becky Rennerfeldt’s squad had 8 aces in the match.
“We do have tough servers on our team. 8 aces is pretty good. And we typically have something around that each night. That is something that we work on, and we have some tough servers. So that’s good too. Like I said, I’m just proud of our defense and maintaining our level of play throughout the night.”
Pender (4-15) was led by Sadie Lamplot and Rylee Lehmkuhl, who had 4 kills each.
Tekamah-Herman travels to North Bend Central on Thursday.
“Obviously we’re a pretty big underdog against North Bend. Them being undefeated and they just got the No. 1 seed for the Conference Tournament. But I’m hoping that our girls can just show up and compete, and we have nothing to lose, so I just hope we give them our all. And we just want to compete so that’s what we’re going there to do,” Rennerfeldt said.
The Pendragons are also back in action on Thursday, taking on Oakland-Craig on the road in a match that can be heard on 107.9 the Bull beginning at 7:30 p.m.