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Track Teams get Outdoor Season Started at ALC Meet

Set Three Meet Records

The Ord High School track teams got their outdoor season started this past Thursday at the Arcadia/Loup City Invitational. The Chanticleers finished third in the boys’ team race and fourth in the girls meet. The Chants won three events in the meet and set a meet record in each of those events. For the girls Zoe Ritz won both the 3200 and 1600 meter runs in meet record time. Ritz broke her own meet record in the 3200 with a time of 12:45.0 and Morgan Alexander’s record in the 1600 with a time of 5:53.78. “Zoe had a great day for us at the meet”, Coach Derry Trampe stated. “I didn’t have her in the 1600 at first and she asked if she could run it at this meet and it worked out well for us.” The boys 4 X 400 relay team of Reggie McKenney, Austin Knapp, Noah Jensen, and Jordan Coufal combined to set a meet record in
3 :43 .67. Breaking the meet record set by Ord last year. “The boys ran a really solid race”, Trampe said. “We stayed in position throughout the race and Jordan ran an excellent anchor leg to overtake St. Paul down the final stretch. That could be a really good relay for us by the end of the season.”
Arcadia/Loup City won the girls division with a total of 117 points. Wood River was a close second with 109 points. Burwell finished third with 88 points and the Chants were fourth with 76 points. “I felt like our girls perfonned well”, Coach Trampe said. “We need to develop some depth in the events we are strong in and score more points in the field events in order to be a team that competes for team titles this season.” Rounding out the team scores were: Riverside (56), St. Paul (55), Grand Island CC (48), Sp[alding Academy (38), Central Valley (27), Ravenna (20), Sandy Creek (16), and Heartland Lutheran (12).
In a tight team race St. Paul won the team title with a total of 136 points. Grand Island CC was second with 128 points while the Chants were right behind them with 120.5 points. “Our boys scored a lot of points and brought home a lot of medals from the meet”, Trampe commented. “We are close to being a very good team this season. We were able to score in nearly every event at the meet so we just need to keep improving as the season progresses.” Rounding out the team scores were: Burwell (75.5), Arcadia-Loup City (59.5), Ravenna (42), Riverside (24.5), Wood River (23), Heartland Lutheran (22), Central Valley (19), Sandy Creek (4), and Spalding Academy (3).
The girls were able to bring home several medals from the meet in addition to the two golds won by Zoe Ritz. Second place medals were won by Morgan Ritz in the 3200 (13:36.0), Ali Smith in the 800 (2:35.14), and the 4 X 800 relay team of Ali Smith, Zoe Ritz, Ashley Carson, and Andrea Carson (10:38.14). Cora Svoboda brought home the lone third place medal as she finished third in the pole vault with a vault of9′ O”. Fourth place medals were won by Danielle Bruha in the high jump ( 4′ 1 O”) and the 4 X 400 relay team of Andrea Carson, Cora Svoboda, Ashley Carson, and Ali Smith ( 4:31.46). Fifth place medals were won by Cora Svoboda in the 300 LH (55.55) and the 4 X 100 relay team of Andrea Carson, Danielle Bruha, Lydia Hill, and Kailey Bruha (57.80). Sixth place medals went to Zoe Ritz in the 800 (2:41.59) and Kailey Bruha in the 200 (29.26). Cierra Vanosdall finished seventh in the 300 LH in 57.13 to score the final points for the Chants.

Area volleyball leaders – Oct 28th

Area Volleyball Leaders
Individual leaders
Kills Per set
Sets Kills Avg
McKenna Niemoth, Don-Trumbull….. 77 407 5.3
Megan Plumbtree, Fullerton……………70 361 5.2
Rebecca Nozicka, Ravenna……………… 57 587 5.0
Lesley Fox, St. Paul…………………………… 77 383 5.0
Heidi Roesener, Cross County………… 78 352 4.5
Lucy Skoch, Hastings St. Cecilia……..80 328 4.1
Cecilia Beahm, Hastings…………………… 71 293 4.1
Megan Woods, Grand Island CC……….68 277 4.1
Andrea Carson, Ord………………………….. 67 275 4.1
Emily Krolikowski, Centura………………66 265 4.0

Hitting Efficiency
Kills Atts. Eff
Madison VanHousen, Hampton……….249 430 .502
Elle Steingard, Heartland………………….207 401 .444
Triston Mason, Hampton…………………..142 319 .401
Megan Woods, Grand Island CC………..277 601 .384
Maddie Walkowiak, Riverside…………..290 572 .362
Carsyn Ostrand, Neb. Christian………….117 293 .358
Tayler Klassen, Hampton…………………..184 374 .358
Lesley Fox, St. Paul…………………………….383 826 .357
Andrea Carson, Ord…………………………… 275 614 .355
Hayley Fox, St. Paul…………………………… 274 593 .347

Ace Blocks
Sets BlksAvg.
Katy Gathje, Central City……………………..67 89 1.3
Megan Kroeker, Heartland…………………..71 71 1.0
Sierra Holliday, Northwest………………….85 74 .9
Hayley Fox, St. Paul………………………………77 71 .9
Kyla Rickert, Hastings…………………………..71 64 .9
Carrie Jones, Broken Bow…………………..68 61 .9
Megan Miigerl, Ravenna………………………58 55 .9
Madison VanHousen, Hampton………….65 54 .8
Rebecca Nozicka, Ravenna…………………57 47 .8
Jasa Scheierman, Aurora……………………83 60 .7
Tahya Jerabek, St. Paul……………………….69 45 .7
Kam Willman, Grand Island CC……………68 45 .7
Tayler Klassen, Hampton…………………….65 45 .7

Digs Per Set
Sets DigsAvg.
Bailey Lukasiewicz, St. Paul………………..77 564 7.3
Alli Kirkpatrick, Broken Bow……………….68 457 6.7
Kaylee Taylor, Grand Island………………..82 493 6.0
Adyson Narber, Aurora ……………………….82 504 5.9
Ali Smith, Ord…………………………………………67 395 5.9
Abby Williams, Don-Trumbull……………..77 438 5.7
Kennedy Lewandowski, Arcadia/LC….64 359 5.6
Anna Reeves, Cross County………………..78 427 5.5
Brooke Williams, Aurora ……………………..85 445 5.2
Hope Kohmetscher, Hastings……………..71 356 5.0
Megan Woods, Grand Island CC………….68 338 5.0
Sheridan Holcomb, Arcadia/LC………….64 318 5.0

Set Assists
Sets AstsAvg.
Ashley Carson, Ord……………………………….67 772 11.5
Claira Thede, St. Paul …………………………..77 878 11.4
Katie Maser, Grand Island CC……………..68 722 10.6
Emma Allen, Adams Central……………….72 711 9.9
Carsyn Poppe, Don-Trumbull……………..77 714 9.3
Baylee Wlaschin, Riverside…………………76 706 9.3
Jaime Troester, Hampton…………………..65 596 9.2
Rhianna Wilhelm, Heartland……………….75 665 8.9
Makenna Asher, Hastings SC …………….80 705 8.8
Kirsten Staab, Broken Bow…………………69 604 8.8

Serve Percentage
Gd Att.Pct.
Claire Rasmussen, Hastings SC……..325 328 99.1
Leslie Braun, Heartland………………….290 293 99.0
Bailey Coons, Twin Loup…………………..191 194 98.5
Claire Harless, Cross County …………303 309 98.1
Sydney Simmons, Northwest……….. 300 307 98.0
Maddie Fitch, Don-Trumbull…………..263 269 97.8
Corryn Falk, Neb. Christian…………….248 254 97.6
Anna Gideon, Burwell ………………………186 192 96.9
Makenna Niemoth, Don-Trumbull …294 304 96.7
Jacey Jensen, Burwell…………………….147 152 96.7

Ace Serves Per Set
Sets AcesAvg.
Triston Mason, Hampton…………………….65 76 1.2
Madison Myers, Grand Island CC……….68 73 1.1
Addison Henry, Arcadia/LC…………………64 68 1.1
Madison VanHousen, Hampton………….65 65 1.0
Rhianna Wilhelm, Heartland……………….75 64 .9
Tayler Klassen, Hampton…………………….65 52 .8
Kelly Kleffner, Spalding Academy……..65 51 .8
Kennedy Lewandowski, Arcadia/LC….64 50 .8
Rebecca Nozicka, Ravenna…………………57 46 .8
Baylee Wlaschin, Riverside…………………76 52 .7
Grace Schalk, Riverside……………………….76 50 .7
Cora Svoboda, Ord……………………………….67 49 .7
Kamri Adler, Hastings………………………….70 47 .7
Maddie Esch, Spalding Academy……….65 47 .7
Team Leaders
Kills
St. Paul……………………………………………………………..1,074
Northwest………………………………………………………..1,020
Doniphan-Trumbull …………………………………………. 973
Aurora………………………………………………………………..934
Grand Island……………………………………………………… 923
Ord ……………………………………………………………………..870
Grand Island Central Catholic………………………..884
Adams Central ………………………………………………….862
Hastings St. Cecilia…………………………………………..857
Heartland………………………………………………………….. 789
Ace Blocks
Northwest………………………………………………………………249
Central City …………………………………………………………….210
Hampton………………………………………………………………….193
Heartland………………………………………………………………..170
Aurora……………………………………………………………………..149
Ravenna…………………………………………………………………..136
Grand Island…………………………………………………………….131
Adams Central ……………………………………………………….127
Burwell…………………………………………………………………….127
St. Paul…………………………………………………………………….123
Service Aces
Hampton…………………………………………………………………269
Arcadia/Loup City…………………………………………………222
Spalding Academy…………………………………………………212
Nebraska Christian……………………………………………….209
Ord…………………………………………………………………………..206
Riverside ………………………………………………………………..200
Grand Island Central Catholic……………………………..197
Northwest……………………………………………………………….196
Wood River………………………………………………………………181
Cross County………………………………………………………….179
Hitting Efficiency
Hampton…………………………………………………………………368
Riverside …………………………………………………………………310
Grand Island Central Catholic…………………………….307
Northwest……………………………………………………………….271
St. Paul……………………………………………………………………266
Heartland……………………………………………………………….266
Ord…………………………………………………………………………..260
Centura…………………………………………………………………..247
Doniphan-Trumbull………………………………………………234
Nebraska Christian………………………………………………..231
TEAMS REPORTING: Adams Central, Arcadia/Loup
City, Aurora, Broken Bow, Burwell, Centura, Central
City, Cross County, Doniphan-Trumbull, Fullerton,
Giltner, Grand Island CC, Hampton, Hastings, Hastings
St. Cecilia, Heartland, Nebraska Christian,
Northwest, Ord, Ravenna, Riverside, Spalding Academy,
St. Paul, Wood River.
Class A
W-L Pct.
Grand Island……………………………………17-12 58.6
Class B
W-L Pct.
Northwest………………………………………..33-2 94.3
Aurora…………………………………………….23-10 69.6
Hastings………………………………………….10-14 41.6
Class C-1
W-L Pct.
St. Paul……………………………………………. 29-2 93.5
Grand Island CC…………………………….. 24-4 85.7
Ord ………………………………………………….. 23-5 82.1
Broken Bow……………………………………..22-7 75.9
Adams Central ……………………………….16-12 57.1
Central City…………………………………….13-17 43.3
Boone Central/Newman Grove ……. 9-17 34.6
Gibbon………………………………………………8-18 30.8
Class C-2
W-L Pct.
Doniphan-Trumbull ………………………..22-7 75.9
Nebraska Christian…………………………18-8 69.2
Hastings St. Cecilia………………………..18-13 58.0
Arcadia/Loup City…………………………..15-11 57.7
Twin River……………………………………….17-12 58.6
Centura……………………………………………16-10 61.5
Cross County………………………………….18-12 60.0
Wood River……………………………………..10-18 35.7
Ravenna ………………………………………….. 6-21 22.2
Class D-1
W-L Pct.
Heartland……………………………………….. 23-5 82.1
Ansley/Litchfield……………………………. 21-9 70.0
Central Valley…………………………………17-12 58.6
Osceola……………………………………………16-12 57.1
Fullerton…………………………………………..14-11 56.0
Palmer……………………………………………..9-14 39.1
Burwell…………………………………………….10-17 37.0
Kenesaw…………………………………………..6-18 25.0
Shelton ……………………………………………. 4-21 16.0
High Plains…………………………………….. 4-23 14.8
Class D-2
W-L Pct.
Hampton …………………………………………29-0 1.000
Riverside…………………………………………20-9 69.0
Spalding Academy…………………………18-10 64.3
Giltner………………………………………………11-17 39.3
Twin Loup ……………………………………….. 6-21 22.2
St. Edward………………………………………..4-19 17..4
Heartland Lutheran………………………..6-18 25.0
Elba……………………………………………………1-22 4.3

Lou-Platte 3rd place

St. Paul claims LPC championship

DONIPHAN — St. Paul coach Matt Koehn-Fairbanks knew the Class C-1 No. 4-rated Wildcats had to play a near-perfect match to top No. 1-rated and four-time defending state champion Kearney Catholic Thursday evening.

St. Paul did just that. The Wildcats did about everything right in defeating the Stars 25-18, 25-23, 25-23 to win the Lou-Platte Conference tournament title for the first time since 2013.

The Wildcats outhit the Stars 42-29 in kills, had seven ace serves and seven blocks in the victory even though they had to hold off Kearney Catholic runs. Claira Thede led the offense with 36 set assists.

“I think we came close to playing a perfect match,” Koehn-Fairbanks said. “It was a team effort tonight. We don’t do it without everyone contributing. They all believed they could do it and they showed they could tonight.”

Lesley Fox did most of the damage for St. Paul, finishing the night with a match-high 18 kills — including nine in the second set — and also had three ace serves and two blocks.

“(Winning conference) is an awesome feeling. I was a freshman when we last won conference and beat Kearney Catholic,” Fox said. “I know we’ve been wanting to get back here. Everybody did what they had to do to win tonight. Our passes, hitting, setting, everything was clicking tonight.”

While the victory was a team effort, Koehn-Fairbanks said Fox did a great job of being a leader for the Wildcats.

“She really had ice in her veins. It all began with serve receive as they were serving her and she helped us get into system and let other players get involved,” he said. “When she rotated to the front row, she just kept swinging aggressively.

Kearney Catholic is a great blocking team and Lesley is only 5-7 1/2. She really has to work for her kills and she showed the maturity of a four-year starter.”

Kearney Catholic built an early 10-7 lead, but a Fox kill gave serve back to St. Paul and Bree Carlson served a 5-0 run with an ace serve to take a 13-10 lead. St. Paul slowly pulled away from there with Hayley Fox, Lesley’s younger sister, finished with six kills down the stretch, including one at set point to give the Wildcats a 1-0 lead.

It was almost all Lesley Fox in the second set as she came away with nine kills in the set that helped St. Paul build a 20-14 lead. Kearney Catholic did try to mount a comeback as Kylie Thiele had seven of her team-high 10 kills to come back to 21-19. St. Paul pushed it to 24-21 on a Lesley Fox back-row kill, but an Anna Squiers’ kill and block brought it to 24-23. A Hayley Fox kill gave St. Paul a 2-0 lead.

Lesley Fox had three kills to push the third-set lead to 11-7, then Hayley Fox had four to later take it to 21-13.

St. Paul had to hold off the Stars again as Jenny Beans served a 3-0 run to bring it to 24-23. However, a Brooke Poppert block gave the Wildcats the sweep.

Thiele led Kearney Catholic with 10 kills, while Sarah Oldfather had seven. Squiers had five kills, 11 assists and six blocks.

Kearney Catholic coach Kris Conner said the Stars never really got into a flow at all in the match and a lot of that had with its ball control. The Stars had 14 hitting errors in the match.

“We really struggled with our ball control and St. Paul had a lot to do with that,” Conner said. “They were outstanding with their ball control tonight and were in system a lot more than we were.”

Hayley Fox added 13 kills, while Jaden Jakubowski and Poppert each had four for the Wildcats.

Koehn-Fairbanks said it’s nice to win the conference championship, but he knows there’s plenty of work to do. The Wildcats play at Kearney Catholic again Tuesday.

“(Winning the conference tournament) is great and the girls played very well in winning the match,” Koehn-Fairbanks said. “But I’m sure Kris will have her kids ready to play much better than they did tonight. It should be a great match.”

In the consolation match, Ord recovered after dropping the opening set in a 21-25, 25-14, 25-19, 25-21 over Doniphan-Trumbull.

The Chants’ serving picked up after that. After not recording an ace serve in the opening set, Ord finished with 16 ace serves. The Chants had seven alone in the second set, and Cora Svoboda had five of her seven aces in a 9-0 run for a 11-6 third-set lead.

“Our serving really picked up and Cora’s run gave us a huge boost,” Ord coach Wendy Alexander said. “The girls let go of some errors that happened in the first set. They played aggressive tonight.”

Andrea Carson led the Chants with 23 kills and four blocks, while Svoboda added 10. Ashley Carson had 46 assists.

McKenna Neimoth paced the Cardinals with 17 kills, while Ellie Koch and Kalee Wiltfong each added six in the loss. Carsyn Poppe had 24 assists.

Championship match

St. Paul 3, Kearney Catholic 0

St. Paul (26-1) 25 25 25

Kearney Catholic (26-4) 18 23 23

ST. PAUL (Kills-aces-blocks) — Bailey Lukasiewicz 0-2-0, Lesley Fox 18-3-2, Grace Jerabek 0-0-0, Bree Carlson 0-1-0, Jaden Jakubowski 4-1-0, Tehya Jerabek 2-0-1, Claira Thede 1-0-0, Brooke Poppert 4-0-1, Hayley Fox 13-0-3.

KEARNEY CATHOLIC (Kills-aces-blocks) — Kayla Lee 0-1-0, Kylie Thiele 10-1-0, Ashlynn Schmaderer 0-0-0, Emma Ryan0-0-0, Olivia Micek 0-2-0, Anna Trettel 0-0-0, Anna Squiers 5-0-6, Nicole Shundoff 1-0-0, Emilee Moore 1-0-0, Jordan Streit 5-0-0, Sarah Oldfather 7-0-1, Jenny Beans 0-2-0.

ASSISTS — SP: Thede 36, Carlson 1, L. Fox 1. KC: Micek 12, Squiers 11, Oldfather 1, Streit 1.

Consolation match

Doniphan-Trumbull (19-6) 25 14 19 21

Ord (21-4) 21 25 25 25

DONIPHAN-TRUMBULL (Kills-aces-blocks) — Kalee Wiltfong 6-0-0, Ellie Koch 6-0-4, Carsyn Poppe 0-1-0, Maddie Fitch 1-0-1, Logan Poppe 3-1-0, Ana Terrazas 0-1-0, McKenna Niemoth 17-0-1, Madi Groshans 1-0-0, Abby Williams 0-0-0.

ORD (Kills-aces-blocks) — Ali Smith 0-0-0, Delani Fahey 0-2-0, Cali Lech 2-0-2, Cora Svoboda 10-7-1, Danielle Bruha 8-3-2, Reilly Peetz 0-0-0, Hailey Zulkoski 0-0-0, Andrea Carson 23-0-4, Ashley Carson 4-4-0, Susie Vavra 6-0-0.

SET ASSISTS — DT: C. Poppe 24, Williams 2, Niemoth 2, Fitch 1. O: As. Carson 46, Smith 1.

Oct 13th Area Volleyball Leaders

Individual leaders
Kills Per set
Sets Kills Avg
McKenna Niemoth, Doniphan-Trumbull.65 345 5.3
Halle Plumbtree, Fullerton ……………….51 254 5.0
Rebecca Nozicka, Ravenna………………50 247 4.9
Lesley Fox, St. Paul……………………………63 305 4.8
Heidi Roesener, Cross County…………66 289 4.4
Lucy Skoch, Hastings SC ………………….68 282 4.1
Andrea Carson, Ord…………………………..56 226 4.0
Hannah Fleischer, Adams Central…..55 217 4.0
Emily Krolikowski, Centura………………53 212 4.0
Taylor Quiring, Heartland ………………..60 230 3.8
Megan Woods, Grand Island CC………..51 196 3.8
Madison Myers, Grand Island CC ……..51 194 3.8
Cecilia Beahm, Hastings…………………..50 192 3.8
Maddie Walkowiak, Riverside…………..49 188 3.8

Hitting Efficiency
Kills Atts. Eff
Madison VanHousen, Hampton………192 320 .519
Ellie Steingard, Heartland……………….169 327 .440
Triston Mason, Hampton………………….110 230 .439
Tayler Klassen, Hampton………………..149 273 .425
Carsyn Ostrand, Nebraska Christian.81 207 .414
Kelsey Placke, Northwest………………..95 202 .406
Andrea Carson, Ord…………………………226 493 .359
Hayley Fox, St. Paul…………………………227 481 .356
Lesley Fox, St. Paul………………………….305 665 .355
Maddie Walkowiak, Riverside………….188 366 .355

Ace Blocks
Sets Blks Avg.
Katy Gathje, Central City………………….55 66 1.2
Megan Kroeker, Heartland……………….56 56 1.0
Hayley Fox, St. Paul…………………………..63 60 .9
Kyla Rickert, Hastings………………………50 49 .9
Treva Tharnish, St. Edward………………38 34 .9
Sierra Holliday, Northwest………………65 52 .8
Madison VanHousen, Hampton………. 52 43 .8
Carrie Jones, Broken Bow ……………….50 42 .8
Jasa Scheierman, Aurora ………………..60 41 .7
Samantha Armstrong, Grand Island.62 41 .7
Cora Svoboda, Ord…………………………….56 39 .7

Digs Per Set
Sets Digs Avg.
Bailey Lukasiewicz, St. Paul ……………..63 446 7.1
Alli Kirkpatrick, Broken Bow ……………50 354 7.1
Kennedy Lewandowski, Arcadia/LC..45 287 6.4
Ali Smith, Ord …………………………………….56 329 5.9
Adyson Narber, Aurora…………………….60 348 5.8
Abby Williams, Doniphan-Trumbull…65 369 5.7
Anna Reeves, Cross County …………….66 365 5.5
Brooke Williams, Aurora…………………..60 322 5.4
Megan Woods, Grand Island CC………..51 269 5.3
Sheridan Holcomb, Arcadia/LC…………45 240 5.3

Set Assists
Sets Asts Avg.
Ashley Carson, Ord…………………………….56 644 11.5
Claria Thede, St. Paul………………………..63 721 11.4
Katie Maser, Grand Island CC……………51 523 10.3
Emma Allen, Adams Central…………….55 561 10.2
Carsyn Poppe, Doniphan-Trumbull…65 604 9.3
Kirsten Staab, Broken Bow……………….51 469 9.2
Makenna Asher, Hastings SC …………..68 622 9.1
Jaime Troester, Hampton……………….. 52 468 9.0
Baylee Wlaschin, Riverside………………49 441 9.0
Rhianna Wilhelm, Heartland…………….. 60 531 8.9

Serve Percentage
Gd Att. Pct.
Claire Rasmussen, Hastings SC………285 288 99.0
Bailey Coons, Twin Loup………………….157 159 98.7
Claire Harless, Cross County …………266 271 98.2
Maddie Fitch, Doniphan-Trumbull….221 225 98.2
Sydney Simmons, Northwest…………237 241 98.0
Emma Allen, Adams Central……………186 190 98.0
McKenna Niemoth, Don-Trumbull…253 262 97.3
Corryn Falk, Nebraska Christian…….172 177 97.2
Jacey Jensen, Burwell…………………….147 152 96.2
Amber Baldwin, Centura……………….. 200 207 96.6

Ace Serves Per Set
Sets Aces Avg.
Triston Mason, Hampton………………….. 52 72 1.4
Madison VanHousen, Hampton………. 52 61 1.2
Addison Henry, Arcadia/LC ……………..45 46 1.0
Rhianna Wilhelm, Heartland…………….60 54 .9
Madison Myers, Grand Island CC ……..51 46 .9
Rebecca Nozicka, Ravenna………………50 43 .9
Tayler Klassen, Hampton………………… 52 53 .8
Kamri Adler, Hastings……………………….49 37 .8
Grace Schalk, Riverside……………………49 37 .8
Kennedy Lewandowski, Arcadia/LC…45 37 .8

Team Leaders
Kills
St. Paul……………………………………………………………….879
Doniphan-Trumbull …………………………………………. 827
Northwest…………………………………………………………. 787
Hastings St. Cecilia………………………………………….. 744
Ord …………………………………………………………………….. 729
Grand Island………………………………………………………699
Adams Central …………………………………………………. 679
Grand Island Central Catholic………………………..656
Aurora……………………………………………………………….. 652
Heartland………………………………………………………….. 626

Ace Blocks
Northwest……………………………………………………………………184
Hampton………………………………………………………………………148
Grand Island………………………………………………………………..103
St. Paul…………………………………………………………………………103
Doniphan-Trumbull…………………………………………………….102
Ord…………………………………………………………………………………102
Aurora……………………………………………………………………………97
Cross County………………………………………………………………..94
Grand Island Central Catholic……………………………………89
Broken Bow…………………………………………………………………..83

Service Aces
Hampton………………………………………………………………………243
Ord…………………………………………………………………………………166
Cross County……………………………………………………………….166
Arcadia/Loup City……………………………………………………….164
Nebraska Christian……………………………………………………..147
Heartland……………………………………………………………………..146
St. Paul………………………………………………………………………….146
Wood River…………………………………………………………………..143
Northwest…………………………………………………………………….138
Grand Island Central Catholic…………………………………..136

Hitting Efficiency
Hampton………………………………………………………………………387
Grand Island Central Catholic………………………………….294
Riverside ……………………………………………………………………..292
Ord………………………………………………………………………………..274
St. Paul…………………………………………………………………………269
Northwest……………………………………………………………………266
Heartland………………………………………………………………….. .260
Centura……………………………………………………………………… .240
Doniphan-Trumbull……………………………………………………234
Nebraska Christian…………………………………………………….223
TEAMS REPORTING: Adams Central, Arcadia/Loup
City, Aurora, Boone Central/Newman Grove, Broken
Bow, Burwell, Centura, Central City, Cross County,
Fullerton, Giltner, Grand Island, Grand Island Central
Catholic, Hampton, Hastings, Hastings St. Cecilia,
Heartland, Heartland Lutheran, Nebraska Christi

Oct 6th Area Volleyball Leaders

Area Volleyball Leaders
Individual leaders
Kills Per set
Sets Kills Avg.
Makenna Niemoth, Don.-Trumbull…….53 293 5.5
Rebecca Nozicka, Ravenna…………………44 224 5.1
Lesley Fox, St. Paul……………………………….47 224 4.8
Halle Plumbtree, Fullerton………………….42 202 4.8
Heidi Roesener, Cross County……………58 254 4.4
Andrea Carson, Ord………………………………46 191 4.2
Lucy Skoch, Hastings St. Cecilia………..58 270 4.1
Hannah Fleischer, Adams Central………51 207 4.1
Emily Krolikowski, Centura……………….. 50 205 4.1
Cecilia Beahm, Hastings………………………47 187 4.0
Hitting Efficiency
Kills Atts. Eff
Madison VanHousen, Hampton………….171 280 .532
Triston Mason, Hampton……………………101 204 .461
Tayler Klassen, Hampton…………………..133 241 .427
Elle Steingard, Heartland…………………..410 248 .424
Carsyn Ostrand, Nebraska Christian…79 175 .423
Andrea Carson, Ord……………………………..191 411 .393
Kelsey Placke, Northwest…………………..80 177 .384
Lesley Fox, St. Paul……………………………. 224 480 .381
Megan Woods, Grand Island CC…………172 394 .353
Halle Plumbtree, Fullerton……………….202 455 .349
Ace Blocks
Sets BlksAvg.
Hayley Fox, St. Paul………………………………47 51 1.1
Megan Kroeker, Heartland………………….48 43 .9
Kyla Rickert, Hastings………………………….47 42 .9
Carrie Jones, Broken Bow…………………..42 36 .9
Megan Miigerl, Ravenna………………………38 35 .9
Sierra Holliday, Northwest………………….58 44 .8
Rebecca Nozicka, Ravenna…………………44 36 .8
Treva Tharnish, St. Edward…………………30 24 .8
Samantha Armstrong, Grand Island…56 38 .7
Jasa Scheierman, Aurora……………………53 37 .7
Cora Svoboda, Ord……………………………….46 34 .7
Kam Willman, Grand Island CC……………44 30 .7
Alexis Neely, Broken Bow……………………42 29 .7
Tahya Jerabek, St. Paul……………………….39 29 .7
Digs Per Set
Sets DigsAvg.
Alli Kirkpatrick, Broken Bow……………….42 304 7.2
Bailey Lukasiewicz, St. Paul………………..47 326 6.9
Kennedy Lewandowski, Arcadia/LC….36 223 6.2
Ali Smith, Ord…………………………………………46 277 6.0
Adyson Narber, Aurora ……………………….53 312 5.9
Lesley Fox, St. Paul……………………………….47 262 5.6
Anna Reeves, Cross County………………..58 320 5.5
Kaylee Taylor, Grand Island ………………56 307 5.5
Abby Williams, Don-Trumbull……………..53 289 5.5
Brooke Williams, Aurora ……………………..53 288 5.4
Set Assists
Sets AstsAvg.
Claira Thede, St. Paul …………………………..47 543 11.6
Ashley Carson, Ord……………………………….46 534 11.6
Katie Maser, Grand Island CC……………..44 463 10.5
Emma Allen, Adams Central………………..51 526 10.3
Carsyn Poppe, Don-Trumbull……………..53 499 9.4
Kirsten Staab, Broken Bow…………………43 396 9.2
Makenna Asher, Hastings St. Cecilia…58 530 9.1
Rhianna Wilhelm, Heartland……………….48 421 8.8
Carsyn Ostrand, Nebraska Christian…42 363 8.6
Morgan Wilson, Giltner………………………..38 327 8.6
Serve Percentage
Gd Att.Pct.
Sydney Simmons, Northwest…………… 215 218 99.0
Maddie Fitch, Don-Trumbull……………..193 195 99.0
Leslie Braun, Heartland……………………..170 172 98.8
Bailey Coons, Twin Loup……………………144 146 98.6
Anna Gideon, Burwell……………………………61 63 98.4
Clarie Harless, Cross County…………….237 241 98.3
Emma Allen, Adams Central………………172 176 98.0
Makenna Niemoth, Don-Trumbull…… 219 226 97.3
Corryn Falk, Nebraska Christian……….172 175 97.2
Elle Steingard, Heartland…………………..145 150 96.7
Ace Serves Per Set
Sets AcesAvg.
Triston Mason, Hampton…………………….45 56 1.2
Addison Henry, Arcadia/LC…………………36 43 1.2
Madison VanHousen, Hampton………….45 49 1.1
Rhianna Wilhelm, Heartland……………….48 47 1.0
Kelly Kleffner, Spalding Academy……. 40 38 1.0
Rebecca Nozicka, Ravenna…………………44 39 .9
Madison Myers, Grand Island CC……….44 42 .9
Maddie Esch, Spalding Academy……… 40 35 .9
Kennedy Lewandowski, Arcadia/LC….36 33 .9
Kamri Adler, Hastings………………………….46 37 .8
Grace Schalk, Riverside……………………….39 33 .8
Team Leaders
Kills
Doniphan-Trumbull …………………………………………. 702
Northwest………………………………………………………….698
St. Paul……………………………………………………………….660
Adams Central ………………………………………………….640
Hastings St. Cecilia………………………………………….. 633
Grand Island………………………………………………………. 631
Ord ……………………………………………………………………..589
Grand Island Central Catholic………………………..586
Aurora……………………………………………………………….. 574
Hampton …………………………………………………………… 553
Ace Blocks
Northwest……………………………………………………………….160
Hampton………………………………………………………………….130
Heartland………………………………………………………………..107
Grand Island…………………………………………………………….95
Ravenna……………………………………………………………………89
Aurora……………………………………………………………………… 87
Ord…………………………………………………………………………….83
Cross County…………………………………………………………..80
St. Paul……………………………………………………………………..80
Grand Island Central Catholic……………………………… 78
Service Aces
Hampton…………………………………………………………………..191
Spalding Academy…………………………………………………150
Arcadia/Loup City………………………………………………….149
Ord……………………………………………………………………………147
Cross County………………………………………………………….145
Wood River……………………………………………………………..132
Nebraska Christian………………………………………………..129
Hastings…………………………………………………………………..125
Northwest………………………………………………………………..119
Grand Island Central Catholic………………………………118
Hitting Efficiency
Hampton…………………………………………………………………387
Grand Island Central Catholic…………………………….302
St. Paul……………………………………………………………………292
Riverside ………………………………………………………………..267
Northwest………………………………………………………………257
Doniphan-Trumbull………………………………………………249
Heartland……………………………………………………………….244
Centura…………………………………………………………………..240
Ord……………………………………………………………………………261
Nebraska Christian……………………………………………….225
Hastings St. Cecilia……………………………………………….209
TEAMS REPORTING: Adams Central, Arcadia/Loup
City, Aurora, Boone Central/Newman Grove, Broken
Bow, Burwell, Centura, Cross County, Doniphan-Trumbull,
Fullerton, Giltner, Grand Island,
Grand Island Central Catholic, Hampton, Hastings,
Hastings St. Cecilia, Heartland, Nebraska Christian,
Northwest, Ord, Riverside. St. Edward, St. Paul, Twin
Loup, Wood River.
Class A
W-L Pct.
Grand Island……………………………………. 12-9 57.1
Class B
W-L Pct.
Northwest………………………………………..22-2 91.6
Aurora……………………………………………… 14-7 65.0
Hastings…………………………………………….8-9 47.0
Class C-1
W-L Pct.
St. Paul………………………………………………19-1 95.0
Broken Bow…………………………………….. 16-2 88.8
Ord …………………………………………………….17-3 85.0
Grand Island CC………………………………14-3 82.3
Adams Central ………………………………….9-9 50.0
Gibbon………………………………………………. 6-11 35.3
Boone Central/Newman Grove ……..7-13 35.0
Central City…………………………………….. 5-13 27.0
Class C-2
W-L Pct.
Doniphan-Trumbull ………………………..18-3 85.7
Twin River………………………………………..15-6 71.4
Arcadia/Loup City…………………………..10-5 66.6
Nebraska Christian………………………….11-6 64.7
Cross County…………………………………..13-8 61.9
Hastings St. Cecilia…………………………13-9 59.1
Centura……………………………………………..11-8 57.9
Wood River………………………………………6-14 30.0
Ravenna …………………………………………..4-15 21.1
Class D-1
W-L Pct.
Heartland…………………………………………14-5 73.7
Ansley/Litchfield……………………………..11-8 57.9
Central Valley……………………………………9-6 60.0
Fullerton…………………………………………..10-8 55.5
Osceola…………………………………………….10-8 55.5
Palmer……………………………………………….6-8 42.9
Kenesaw…………………………………………..5-14 26.3
Burwell……………………………………………….7-11 38.8
Shelton …………………………………………….4-14 22.2
High Plains……………………………………… 3-16 15.8
Class D-2
W-L Pct.
Hampton …………………………………………20-0 1.000
Spalding Academy…………………………. 12-4 75.0
Riverside………………………………………….10-6 62.5
Giltner………………………………………………..7-11 38.8
Twin Loup ……………………………………….. 5-13 27.7
St. Edward………………………………………… 4-11 26.6
Heartland Lutheran…………………………2-12 14.2
Elba…………………………………………………… 1-13 7.1

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