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By Mike Motz
Sports Writer 

Volleyball Round-Up


September 22, 2021 | View PDF

Creek Valley

The Lady Storm moved their season record to 5-and-10 by defeating the Minatare Lady Indians in Chappell last Thursday. The Lady Storm took the match in straight sets, 25-to-22, 25-to-18 and 25-to-22. The 3-to-0 victory is the Lady Storm's second victory over Minatare this season. The Lady Storm do not play again until Tuesday, Oct. 5, when they travel Dalton to take on Leyton and Banner County in a Triangular Meet.


The Lady Warriors traveled to Bridgeport for a Round Robin Tournament with the Lady Bulldogs, Bayard, Leyton and Perkins County. The Lady Warriors hung tough against the powerful Bridgeport team, but fell in two sets 25-to-22 and 25-to-16. The Lady Warriors next faced Perkins County, and dropped the first set 29-to-21, but regrouped to take the second set 25-to-22. A third set battle needed extra points to decide the outcome, and the Lady Warriors were able to outlast the Perkins County team, taking the final set 27-to-25 for the 2-to-1 match victory. Leyton finished against Bayard, and dropped a hard fought first set 27-to-25. The Lady Warriors regrouped and battled in the second set, pulling away to secure the 25-to-16 set win, but could not sustain their momentum and lost the third set 25-to-18 for the 2-to-1 match loss. Leyton's record sits at 6-and-5, and the Lady Warriors were scheduled to host Bayard on Tuesday.


The Lady Coyotes were idle last week, and take up action again in the Paxton Tournament on Tuesday.


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