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By Mike Motz
Sidney Sun-Telegraph 

Area Volleyball Roundup


September 4, 2019

Potter-Dix Falls to Hay Springs

The Lady Coyotes traveled to Hay Springs on Friday, and after splitting the first two sets against the Lady Hawks by identical 25-to-21 scores, got swept in the final three sets to lose the match 3-to-1. The loss drops the Lady Coyote’s early season record to 1-and-2, after the Lady Coyote’s lost to Leyton and defeated Caliche at the Scottsbluff Tournament on August 29. Potter-Dix next hosts the Kimball Lady Longhorns on Thursday in Potter.

Lady Warriors Start Hot

The Leyton Lady Warriors started their season with two wins at the Scottsbluff Tournament on August 29. Leyton defeated Potter-Dix in straight sets 25-to-16, and 25-to-22. Senior Madelyn Watchorn had 15 kills and junior Sage Rummel had 16 digs in the win. Leyton then defeated Caliche in straight sets 25-21 and 25-22, in a more competitive match than expected. Junior Ella Draper had 6 kills in the victory. Leyton travels to Oshkosh to take on the Garden County Lady Eagles on Thursday.

Creek Valley Splits in Opening Tournament

The Lady Storm starts their season with a 1-and-1 record as they split two matches to open the season last Thursday. The Lady Storm could not counter the offense of the Sutherland Lady Sailors, dropping the match in straight sets 25-to-14 and 25-to-12. Senior Chloe Stupka recoded 6 kills in the loss. The Lady Storm rallied to defeat the Perkins County Lady Plainsmen two sets to one. After dropping the first set 25-to-23, Creek Valley rallied to take the next two sets 25-to-21 and 25-to-9 for the 2-to-1 match victory. Stupka again led the offense with 12 kills and senior Catie Koenen had 7 digs in the victory. Creek Valley next goes on the road to face Minatare on Thursday.


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