Scotus Central Catholic volleyball left the Centennial Conference tournament last week encouraged despite a loss to No. 3 Grand Island Central Catholic in the final match.
Columbus High volleyball took a two sets to none lead over rival Norfolk at home on Thursday night only to see the Panthers come back and spoil the Maroon Cup matchup between the two in a five-set conclusion.
Lakeview volleyball is looking for its first Central Conference championship in, well, as long as anyone can remember, says head coach K.C. Belitz. He wasn't quite sure on the last year that was achieved after Thursday's first round matches at home.
Better attention to the game plan and key contributions from a backup gave Lakeview volleyball the elements needed to hold off a challenging Lutheran High Northeast team on Tuesday at home.
Humphrey St. Francis, the third-ranked team in Class D-2, swept its home triangular Tuesday ahead of Thursday's Goldenrod Conference tournament opener.
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There wasn't a whole lot to say after a home loss to Saint Paul on Oct. 5. Lakeview volleyball knew it had let an opportunity slip away against a quality opponent thanks in large part to many of its own mistakes.
Scotus Central Catholic volleyball finally solved the riddle that is No. 3 Kearney Catholic when the Shamrocks defeated the Stars for the first time in three matches this season.
Columbus High volleyball carried over some momentum from the back half of Tuesday's triangular and won in straight sets over Southeast on Thursday at home - 25-14, 25-21, 25-21.
Cross County and Class D-1 Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family split its respective triangulars in Thursday area volleyball action.
Class D-2 No. 3 Humphrey St. Francis extended its winning streak to three matches Tuesday as it swept its home triangular against Elgin/Pope John and St. Mary's.
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Coming off a loss in the Columbus Classic on Saturday, the first loss Lakeview has had to endure in its brand new gym, the Lady Vikes were eager to return to the court Tuesday for another test.
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Columbus High volleyball was looking to build off back-to-back home wins with more success on its home floor Saturday when three visitors halted the momentum.
Cross County and Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family competed in Saturday's Clarkson/Leigh Tournament. Among the eight teams that competed, five were ranked either in Class C-2, D-1 or D-2, including the Class D-1 fifth-ranked Bulldogs.
Scotus Central Catholic tried to make the best of a tough situation and bounced back from a semifinal loss to Kearney Catholic for a third-place finish on Saturday at the Columbus Classic.
A slow start in the first set then an inability to get the lead late in the third against No. 4 Kearney Catholic prevented Lakeview volleyball from capturing its first-ever Columbus Classic crown on Saturday at home.
Maguire sets career and single match digs record, on pace for season record as well.
Scotus Central Catholic senior Kate Maguire doesn't yet have her name on the school record boards hanging outside the Dowd Activity Center. It's been less than a month since she set the record for single-match digs and career digs.
The NU commits: setter Bergen Reilly, outside hitter Harper Murray, right-side hitter Caroline Jurevicius and middle blocker Bekka Allick.
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Cross County entered Tuesday's Hastings St. Cecilia Tournament on a 10-match winning streak. It had not lost since Sept. 8 against BDS.
Columbus High volleyball players and coaches admitted last week's win over Seward was the best the team has played this season. That momentum carried over to Tuesday on the road when CHS swept past Hastings in three sets.