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By Mike Motz
Sidney Sun-Telegraph 

Regional Volleyball Results


October 26, 2018

Peetz Competes at Class 1A District 4 Tournament

Peetz’s Lady Bulldogs traveled to Northeastern Junior College on Tuesday for the district tournament and first faced the powerhouse Weldon Valley Lady Warriors. The Lady Bulldogs fell in straight sets 25-to-12, 25-to-14, and 25-to-8. Senior Sarah Davis had 13 digs in the loss.

Peetz next took on rival Fleming, and the Lady Wildcats continued their recent dominance of the Lady Bulldogs by dispatching the Peetz team in straight sets 25-to-8, 25-to-16, and 25-to-10. Senior Nicole Burmester and sophomore Kayleigh Leek both had 3 kills in the loss.

Peetz’s final match of the tournament was against Prairie, and the Lady Bulldogs were able to outplay the Lady Mustangs to take a first set victory 25-to-14. Prarie fought back, and after a tight back and forth battle took the second set against Peetz 26-to-24. A third set was played to break the tie, and the Lady Bulldogs finished strong and defeated the Lady Mustangs 15-to-8 for a 2-to-1 match victory. Peetz’s record moved to 2-and-20 after the tournament.

Leyton Drops Two of Three

The Lady Warriors hosted the Leyton Tournament on Tuesday and dropped two of their three matches on the day. Leyton squared off first against the South Platte Lady Blue Knights, and battled hard in the first set but ultimately fell short 25-to-23. The second set was tight with both teams rallying and scrapping for points, but South Platte was eventually able to prevail 27-to-25 for the 2-to-0 match victory. Junior Madelyn Watchorn had 7 kills, 14 digs, and 20 service receptions in the loss.

The Lady Warriors then faced the Sedgwick County Lady Cougars and lost a hard fought match 2-to-1. Leyton played well but loss the first set 25-to-17, but then regrouped and took the second set from Sedgwick 25-to-22. They could not sustain their momentum and dropped the third set to the Lady Cougars 25-to-17 to lose the match. Senior Mariah Draper had 10 kills, 23 digs, and 20 service receptions in the loss.

Leyton was able to take one match by defeating the Minatare Lady Indians 2-to-0 with a first set that was tighter than expected, but won by the Lady Warriors 25-to-20. The Leyton squad found their groove in the second set and dispatched Minatare 25-to-11 for the match victory. Sophomore Sage Rummel had 4 service aces, 13 digs, and 7 service receptions in the victory. Leyton’s season record moved to 19-and-9 after the tournament.

Potter-Dix Falls To Hyannis

The Lady Coyotes hosted the Hyannis Lady Longhorns Tuesday night in Potter, and lost a hard fought match is straight sets 3-to-0. The Lady Coyotes opened the match by challenging Hyannis, but were unable to take the first set, losing by a score of 25-to-20. Potter-Dix regrouped and fought hard in the second set, but still fell short by a score of 25-to-22.

Hyannis was able to put the Lady Coyotes away in the third set, notching a 25-to-13 set win, for a 3-to-0 match win. The loss dropped the Lady Coyotes record to 9-and-17 on the season. Potter-Dix next faces Garden County in the D2-11 Subdistrict tournament at Sidney High School on Oct. 30.

Creek Valley Set For D2-11 Subdistricts

The Creek Valley Lady Storm qualified for the D2-11 Subdistrict tournament at Sidney High School on Oct. 30. They are set to face the Minatare Lady Indians in the first round.


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