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Team Standings

1. Kearney 58 pts
2. McCook 55
3. North Platte 54
4. N.P. Blue 37
5. North Platte/Hastings 35
6. N.P. Gold 35
7. Gering 31
8. North Platte/Kearney 27
9. Lexington 22
10 North Platte/McCook 21
11 Scottsbluff 14
12 Holdrege 7
 
1 Singles-Joel Gray, 5-1, 3rd Place
Def E. Osborn, Kearney 6-4
Def D. Escalante, Lexington 6-0
Lost to Z. Florea, N.P. Blue 6-2
Def C. Stone, North Platte 6-2
Def G. Ehrenberg, Holdrege 6-0
Def K. Obasi, Kearney 6-3
 
2 Singles-Paul Stoney, 4-2, 4th Place
Def H. Thatcher, North Platte 6-1
Def A. Lopez, Lexington 6-0
Def E. Mercer, N.P. Blue 6-3
Lost to B. Little, North Platte 6-2
Def E. Swanson, Holdrege 6-1
Lost to E. Perlinger, North Platte 6-2
 
1 Doubles-Nick Wolvin/Joel Gray, 5-1, 2nd Place
Def T. Mailahn/S. Aubeelauck, Kearney 6-2
Def E. Mins/D. Salinas, Lexington 6-4
Def L Blank/C. Lukas, N.P. Blue 6-3
Def C. Brady/I. Epler, North Platte 6-3
Def H. Ness/C. Aldama, Holdrege 6-0
Lost to B. Crocker/A. Vu, Kearney 7-5
 
2 Doubles-Davin Brunswick/Jadon Karp, 5-1, 3rd Place
Def J. Kautz/I. Mercer, North Platte 6-1
Def A. Perez/W. Luther, Lexington 6-4
Def K. Pate/A. Freeze, N.P. Blue 6-0
Lost to M. Tilford/C. Lee, North Platte 6-4
Def M. Hein/D. Roemmich, Holdrege 6-0
Def T. Hipwell/A. Cauffman, N. P. Gold 6-2
McCook/North Platte Team results
 
1 Singles-Casey Carlin, 2-4
Lost to K. Obasi, Kearney 6-2
Lost to H. Walker, Gering 6-1
Def J. Escamilla, Scottsbluff 6-0
Def L. Friedrich, N.P. Gold 6-3
Lost to A. Kusek, Hastings 6-3
Lost to G. Ehrenberg, Holdrege 6-2
 
1 Doubles-Peyton B=Rambali/Matthew Pochop, 1-5
Lost to B. Crocker/A. Vu, Kearney 6-1
Lost to M. Karpf/C. Blevins, Gering 6-1
Lost to D. Meyers/J. Palmer, Scottsbluff 6-1
Lost to D. Moore/D. Younghans, N.P. Gold 7-5
Def L. Hays/L. Johnson, Hastings 6-2
Lost to K. Pate/A. Freeze, N.P. Blue 6-0

 

Next action: Sarturday Varsity GNAC tournament-North Platte 9:00




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After a 2-0 start to Big Ten play, the Nebraska volleyball team was rewarded with two Big Ten weekly honors on Monday. Mikaela Foecke was named the Big Ten Co-Player of the Week for the second time this season, and Nicklin Hames was named Big Ten Co-Freshman of the Week for the first time.

Foecke, a senior outside hitter from West Point, Iowa, averaged 4.13 kills per set and 2.13 digs per set in wins over No. 18 Michigan and Michigan State. She had 21 kills on .391 hitting with nine digs and six blocks against Michigan, and followed with 12 kills on .417 hitting with eight digs, three blocks and an ace against the Spartans. It marks her third career Big Ten Player-of-the-Week honor.

Hames, a freshman setter from Knoxville, Tennessee, averaged 10.50 assists per set and 3.25 digs per set in the Husker victories. Hames had double-doubles in both matches - bringing her season total to seven - and served five aces and posted three blocks.

Big Ten Weekly Honors (Sept. 24, 2018) Co-Player of the Week: Stephanie Samedy, So., MINNCo-Player of the Week: Mikaela Foecke, Sr., NEB
Defensive Player of the Week: Allegra Rivas, Fr., MD
Setter of the Week: Samantha Seliger- Swenson, Sr., MINNCo-Freshman of the Week: Nicklin Hames, NEB
Co-Freshman of the Week: Adanna Rollins, MINN





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WHITE POOL                                  BLACK POOL                             BLUE POOL

SCOTTSBLUFF HIGH SCHOOL    SHS AUXILLIARY GYM               GERING HIGH SCHOOL
313 EAST 27TH                              313 EAST 27TH                           1500 U STREET
3:00 PM                                           3:00 PM                                        3:00 PM
Ogallala vs McCook                       Thunder Basin vs Lexington          RC Stevens vs Torrington
Scottsbluff vs Alliance                    Sidney vs GINW                            Gering vs Chadron
Ogallala vs Scottsbluff                   Thunder Basin vs GINW                RC Stevens vs Chadron
McCook vs Alliance                        Lexington vs Sidney                      Torrington vs Gering
Scottsbluff vs McCook                    GINW vs Lexington                       Chadron vs Torrington
Alliance vs Ogallala                        Sidney vs Thunder Basin              Gering vs RC Stevens

 





Nebraska swept its doubleheader against North Dakota State on Sunday, winning game one 11-2 and winning game two, 1-0. The games couldn't have been more different as the first had 22 combined hits, including 14 for Nebraska. Four Huskers had multiple hits including Alyvia Simmons, Tristen Edwards, Courtney Wallace and Bree Boruff. Additionally, Madi Unzicker had a two-run homer. Game two was a pitching battle. Nebraska recorded just four hits, but it would be enough, as the Husker pitchers allowed just one hit in the second game.

Game 1: Nebraska topped NDSU 11-2 in the first game of the day. Ferrell started in the circle for the Huskers and picked up the win. She went 4.0 innings, allowing one run off six hits. She also had three walks and five strikeouts. Alyvia Simmons and Courtney Wallace led the offense with three hits and two runs each. Wallace also pitched 3.0 innings. She gave up two hits and one run and also had two strikeouts.
Tristen Edwards and Bree Boruff each had a pair of hits, while Rylie Unzicker, Lindsey Walljasper, Madi Unzicker and Lexey Kneib each had one hit, en route to a 14-hit game for the Huskers.
In the top of the second, NDSU scored one run off two doubles. The Huskers took the lead in the bottom of the third. Kneib hit a leadoff single. Sarah Yocom pinch ran for her and moved to second off a single from Boruff. Simmons singled to load the bases with no outs. Edwards hit a deep double that scored three runs, giving the Huskers a 3-1 lead.
In the top of the fourth, the Bison loaded the bases with a double, a walk and a single, but the Husker defense was solid and got out of the inning without allowing a run. Nebraska did damage in the bottom of the inning, scoring six runs and sending 12 batters to the plate to take a 9-1 lead. Wallace hit a leadoff single and Madi Unzicker drew a walk. Boruff singled, scoring Wallace. Then, with the top of the order up, Simmons singled to load the bases. Back-to-back hits by Rylie Unzicker and Edwards scored two more runs. With the bases loaded, Samantha Owen drew a walk to bring another runner across the plate. Walljasper found a gap on the left side to bring in a run and a Bison error allowed one more run to score.
NDSU cut the lead, scoring one run in the top of the fifth, after drawing two walks and hitting two singles. NU loaded the bases in the bottom of the inning. Simmons hit a double and Rylie Unzicker drew a walk before Edwards was hit by a pitch. However, the Huskers were unable to score, but still held a 9-2 lead heading into the sixth inning.
In the bottom of the sixth, Wallace hit a triple and Madi Unzicker homered to center field to put the Huskers up 11-2.
Game 2: In a tough pitching battle, the Huskers shut out the Bison, 1-0, in the second game of the day. Regan Mergele started and pitched 3.0 innings, without giving up a hit. She also had five strikeouts. Lindsey Walljasper finished the game and picked up the win, going 4.0 innings. She gave up one hit and had two strikeouts.
On offense, NU finished with four hits. Tristen Edwards, Alyvia Simmons, Bri Cassidy and Bree Boruff each had one.
The Huskers got right to business, taking a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first. Simmons hit a leadoff double and moved to third on a ground out. Then, she scored on a wild pitch.
The Bison got the tying run to third in the top of the fifth after a walk and two stolen bases, but the Husker defense didn't allow the run to score. Neither team would score the rest of the game.
Nebraska finishes its fall season Oct. 6-7 when it hosts the Big Red Fall Classic. The Huskers will play two games each day. On Saturday, NU faces off against Colorado State at 10 a.m., followed by a game against UNO at 12:30 p.m. Colorado State and Omaha will then play a 10-inning game at 3 p.m. On Sunday, Nebraska plays Colorado State at 10 a.m in a 10-inning game and UNO at 1 p.m.




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NEBRASKA vs. PURDUE

SEPT. 29, 2018 | MEMORIAL STADIUM

LINCOLN, NEB. | 2:30 P.M. (CT)

BROADCAST INFO

TV - BTN (Keving Kugler, Matt Millen, Lisa Byington)
RADIO - Husker Sports Network (Greg Sharpe, Matt Davison, Ben McLaughlin)
SATELLITE RADIO - Sirius Channel 94, XM 195
INTERNET RADIO - Huskers.com, TuneIn.com
APP AUDIO - Official Huskers App, TuneIn App

HUSKERS

Record: 0-3, 0-1 Big Ten
Last Game: lost to Michigan, 56-10
Rankings: NR
Coach: Scott Frost
Career/NU Record: 19-10 (3rd Year)/0-3 (1st Year)
vs. Purdue: 0-0

BOILERMAKERS
Record: 1-3, 0-1 Big Ten
Last Game: def. Boston College, 30-13
Rankings: NR
Coach: Jeff Brohm
Career/Purdue Record: 38-19 (5th Year)/8-9 (2nd Year)
vs. Nebraska: 0-1

The Matchup

Nebraska returns to Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon to open its 2018 Big Ten home schedule against Purdue in the annual Homecoming game in Lincoln. The matchup between Big Ten West Division foes will kick off shortly after 2:30 p.m. CT with television coverage on BTN. The game is also available on the IMG Husker Sports Network.

Nebraska comes into the contest at 0-3 overall and 0-1 in the Big Ten Conference following a loss at No. 19 Michigan on Saturday. The Huskers will be looking to get back on track at Memorial Stadium after opening the season with a pair of five-point home losses. The home contest is Nebraska's lone Big Ten home game in its first four 2018 league contests.

The Boilermakers are 1-3 overall, including an 0-1 Big Ten mark. Like Nebraska, Purdue was on the wrong end of close decisions to start the 2018 season, but reversed its fortunes last Saturday and comes to Lincoln with momentum. Purdue is coming off a 30-13 win against then-No. 23 Boston College on Saturday in West Lafayette. Purdue dropped each of its first three games in September by four or fewer points with the combined margin of just eight points. The Boilermakers have a high-powered offensive attack, averaging 483.5 yards and 28.2 points per game.

This Week's Numbers
12 - Nebraska is back to a full 12-game regular-season schedule for the 2018 season. The Huskers added a game on Oct. 27 against Bethune-Cookman to replace the canceled Sept. 1 season opener against Akron.

15 - Nebraska senior receiver Stanley Morgan Jr. has caught at least three passes in 15 straight games. Morgan needs five receptions on Saturday to move into the top five on the NU career receptions list.

9 - Nebraska will play host to Purdue on Homecoming on Saturday afternoon. The Huskers have won nine straight Homecoming games at Memorial Stadium and have won better than 75 percent of Homecoming games in school history.

Nebraska-Purdue Series

  • Nebraska holds a 4-1 edge in the series as Big Ten opponents.• Nebraska holds a 4-1 edge in the series as Big Ten opponents.
  • The Huskers and Purdue are both members of the West Division and meet each year. The schools were in opposite divisions of the Big Ten from 2011 to 2013.
  • Prior to the first meeting as Big Ten opponents in 2013, the schools had not met since 1958.
  • Other than Nebraska's one-point, last-minute victory in 2017, each of the other five meetings have been decided by 10 or more points.
  • Huskers to Open Big Ten Home Slate on Saturday

    The matchup with Purdue is the first of four Big Ten home games on the 2018 schedule. In addition to Purdue, Nebraska will also host Minnesota (Oct. 20), Illinois (Nov. 10) and Michigan State (Nov. 17) at Memorial Stadium.

  • The Huskers are 6-1 in Big Ten home openers since joining the conference in 2011.
  • Purdue is the fifth different school Nebraska has played in a Big Ten home opener.
  • Nebraska is 18-11 in Big Ten home games since joining the conference in 2011, including 2-0 against Purdue.
  • Homecoming for Huskers

    Nebraska will play host to Purdue on Saturday in the annual Homecoming game in Lincoln. The game will be Nebraska’s 108th Homecoming game. The Huskers boast an all-time record of 81-22-4 (.776 winning percentage) in Homecoming games.

    Nebraska has won its past nine Homecoming games, including a 6-0 record against Big Ten opponents on Homecoming. Nebraska also won 36 straight Homecoming games from 1969 to 2004.

    Nebraska Adds Game with Bethune-Cookman

    Nebraska has added a game against Bethune-Cookman University on Oct. 27 at Memorial Stadium to fill an opening on the 2018 football schedule. The contest will replace the Huskers’ Sept. 1 game against Akron which was canceled due to severe storms in Lincoln.

    Bethune-Cookman plays in the Football Championship Subdivision and owns a 1-3 record in 2018. The Wildcats compete in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference and posted a 6-2 record in league play in 2017. Coach Terry Sims in his fourth season guiding the BCU program.

  • With the addition of the game against Bethune-Cookman, Nebraska will play 12 consecutive weeks and will not have a bye. The 2018 season will mark the first time in school history Nebraska has played 12 consecutive weeks. .
  • NU Looks to Find Success in the Running Game

    Nebraska churned out 329 rushing yards in the opener against Colorado, and added 187 rushing yards against Troy. However, the Huskers found moving the ball on the ground difficult at Michigan, and must find success in that area to get into the win column.

  • The rushing total against Colorado bettered Nebraska's season highs from 2017. In fact, the Huskers had 243 rushing yards by halftime, surpassing last year's single-game high of 225 yards against Arkansas State.
  • The 329 rushing yards were Nebraska's most yards on the ground since rushing for 458 yards against Illinois in 2014.
  • Nebraska surpassed 300 yards on the ground for the first time since rushing for 310 yards at Northwestern on Sept. 24, 2016.
  • Adrian Martinez (117) and running back Greg Bell (104) both cracked the century mark on the ground. That marked the first time Nebraska had a pair of 100-yard rushers in the same game since a 2014 win over Illinois.
  • Nebraska had a pair of runs of 40 yards or more against Colorado–a 41-yard touchdown by Martinez and a 45-yard rush by Bell. That was the first time Nebraska had two runs of at least 40 yards in a game since a 2014 win at Fresno State.
  • Nebraska was solid again on the ground against Troy, rushing for 187 yards. NU was again led on the ground by a true freshman, with Maurice Washington rushing 14 times for 92 yards.
  • Nebraska heads into the Purdue contest averaging 185.0 rushing yards per game to rank seventh in the Big Ten.
  • Rushing Battle Often Holds the Key to Success

    The ability to win the running game battle has long been key to victory for the Huskers. The losses to Colorado and Troy while controlling the running game were a rarity.

  • Before the Colorado loss, Nebraska had won 15 consecutive games when holding an advantage in rushing yards.
  • Scott Frost is 11-3 in his coaching career when his team out-rushes the opponent.
  • Nebraska has won 28 of its last 30 games when holding the opponent to fewer than 100 yards rushing, dating back to 2009.
  • Frost and staff are 6-2 over the past three seasons when holding the opponent to under 100 rushing yards..
  • Offense Hopes to Regain Rhythm Against Purdue

    Head Coach Scott Frost and his staff oversaw one of the nation's most potent offenses at UCF in 2017. The season opener against Colorado showed that Nebraska could feature similar explosiveness in 2018, as the Huskers produced one of its better offensive games in recent years.

  • NU posted 565 yards of offense vs. Colorado, with 329 rushing yards and 236 passing.
  • The 565 yards marked the first 500-yard total offense game for the Huskers since posting 556 yards at Northwestern in 2016.
  • The total offense output was the best by Nebraska in 35 games, dating back to a 610-yard effort against Southern Miss in 2015.
  • Morgan Aims to be Nebraska's All-Time Leading Receiver

    After setting a school record with 986 receiving yards in 2017, Stanley Morgan Jr. will look to become Nebraska’s all-time leading receiver this fall.

    Morgan has 132 career receptions, which ranks seventh on NU’s all-time list. He needs 49 receptions to tie Kenny Bell (181) atop the Husker chart. Morgan has 1,943 career receiving yards to rank fifth on Nebraska’s all-time list. Morgan needs 746 yards to tie Bell (2,689) for the most receiving yards in program history.

    The New Orleans native put himself in position to challenge Nebraska’s all-time records thanks to a breakout junior season, when he earned All-Big Ten accolades. Morgan caught 61 passes for 986 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2017.

  • Morgan set Nebraska records with 986 receiving yards and five 100-yard receiving games in 2017, while ranking third in school history in touchdown receptions (10) and fifth in catches (61).
  • He led the Big Ten and ranked 14th nationally in receiving yards per game (89.6) in 2017. His 986 receiving yards ranked second nationally among players who saw action in 11 or fewer games.
  • Morgan led all Big Ten wide receivers and ranked 16th nationally in touchdown catches with his 10 touchdown grabs.
  • He produced his first five career 100-yard receiving efforts in 2017, leading the Big Ten in that category.
  • Morgan posted 185 receiving yards at No. 13 Penn State, the second-highest total in school history.
  • He has had at least three catches in 15 straight games. Morgan has a streak of 29 consecutive games with a reception, the fourth-longest streak in Husker history.




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    LINCOLN, Neb. - The No. 3 Nebraska volleyball team improved to 2-0 in the Big Ten with a 3-1 (25-18, 25-9, 21-25, 25-16) win against Michigan State in front of a crowd of 8,102 at the Bob Devaney Sports Center on Sunday afternoon.

    The Huskers (11-1) won their 11th straight match behind 15 kills from Lexi Sun. Mikaela Foecke added 12 kills on .417 hitting, and Lauren Stivrins had seven kills and seven blocks. Nebraska dominated the Spartans (12-3, 0-2 Big Ten) in its three victorious sets, holding MSU to .030, -.030 and -.062 hitting in sets one, two and four, respectively. NU led throughout in sets two and four and never trailed after taking a 3-2 lead in set one. For the match, Nebraska out-hit Michigan State .224 to .047.

    Libero Kenzie Maloney had a match-high 17 digs, as the Huskers held a 56-34 advantage in that category. Nicklin Hames had 16 digs to go with 40 assists and a pair of aces. The Huskers had seven aces and seven errors, while Michigan State had four aces and 13 errors.

    NU hit double-digit blocks for the fourth straight match, out-blocking the Spartans 12-9. In addition to Stivrins' seven blocks, Callie Schwarzenbach and Jazz Sweet each had five. Sweet also had seven kills.

    Set 1: Nebraska held Michigan State to .030 hitting to take set one, 25-18. Foecke, Sun and Sweet combined for 11 of the Huskers' 12 kills. After Michigan State had trimmed a six-point Husker lead to 17-15, NU went on a 4-1 spurt to take a 21-16 lead. The Huskers scored the final three points of the set via a Foecke kill, a block by Sun and Schwarzenbach, and an MSU hitting error.

    Set 2: The Huskers were dominant in a 25-9 set two victory. NU sprinted to a 6-1 lead and never looked back. A 9-1 run midway through the set turned a 14-7 lead to 23-8. The Huskers out-hit the Spartans .407 to -.030 and had four service aces, including back-to-back aces by Maloney late in the set. Sweet had three blocks for the Huskers.

    Set 3: Michigan State had its best start to a set, taking a 3-0 lead. Nebraska trailed by as many as four at 13-9 before ripping off three straight points to get within one. Stivrins had a solo block, and Hames dumped a kill to cut it to 13-12. A kill by Stivrins and a hitting error by the Spartans tied the set at 14-14, but Michigan State scored a 3-0 run to go up 17-14 and extended the lead to five at 21-16 before taking the set, 25-21. The Spartans out-hit NU .258 to .200.

    Set 4: Nebraska got out to a 5-1 lead after a slew of Spartan errors and a block by Sweet and Stivrins. Michigan State pulled within 8-7 after a Husker point was reversed upon video review, but NU scored the next three points to go up 11-7. After the Spartans got within one again, the Huskers took control with a 6-0 run to go up 17-10. Foecke had a pair of kills, and Hames had an ace to spark the run. Back-to-back kills by Sun started a 5-0 run to end the match, as NU won 25-16.

    Up Next: Nebraska will leave the state for the first time this season with a pair of road matches in Illinois next weekend. The Huskers will play at Northwestern on Friday at 7 p.m. and at No. 8 Illinois on Saturday at 7 p.m.





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    The Big Ten Conference and BTN announced on Monday morning that Nebraska’s Oct. 6 game at Wisconsin will kick off at 6:30 p.m. and will be televised on BTN.





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    2018 GNAC Softball Tournament Schedule Games played in Hastings on Saturday, September 28th at the Smith Softball Complex.

     

    Pool A                                                                          Pool B

    #1 Seed Hastings 42.31                                    #2 Seed North Platte 41.77

    #4 Seed Columbus 40.33                                  #3 Seed Gering 41.00

    #5 SeedScottsbluff 39.60                                  #6 Seed McCook 37.78

     

    Field #1                                                                        Field #2

    9:00 am Columbus vs Scottsbluff                         Gering vs McCook

    11:00 am Hastings vs Scottsbluff                         North Platte vs McCook

    to follow Hastings vs Columbus                           North Platte vs Gering

    to follow A2 vs B2 - 3rd/4th                                     A3 vs B3 - 5th/6th

    to follow A1 vs B1 - 1st/2nd

     

     

    **pool place determined by:

    1. record
    2. head to head
    3. runs allowed
    4. runs scored
    5. coin flip





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    Alma NE- The Dundy County-Stratton Tiger Football team started things out on fire after scoring four unanswered touchdowns before Alma would get a Touchdown of their own.  The Tigers would defeat the Cardinals 54-28.  Next action for Dundy County-Stratton will be on Thursday, September 27 as Arapahoe will travel to Benkelman.  We will carry that game for you on Coyote Country 105.3 and online coyote105.com.

     

    Scoring Drive 

    DCS 54, Alma 28

     

    1st Q - 8:21 - 7yd TD run by Serbando Diaz Two Point Conversion Fails - 6-0 DCS

     

     

    1st Q - 5:14 - 33yd TD pass Quade Myers to Reice Haines Two Point Conversion Good - 14-0 DCS

     

    1st Q - 2:48 - 50yd TD run by Serbando Diaz Two Point Conversion Good - 22-0 DCS

     

    2nd Q - 1:55 - 46yd TD run by Quade Myers Two Point Conversion Fails - 30-0 DCS

     

    2nd Q - 1:13 - 38yd TD pass by Daylan Russell to Ayden Molzahn Two Point Conversion Fails - 30-6 DCS

     

    3rd Q - 10:40 - 6yd TD run by Serbando Diaz Two Point Conversion Fails - 36-6 DCS

     

    3rd Q - 54.5 - 10yd TD pass by Daylan Russel to Tyson McCurdy Two Point Conversion Good - 36-14 DCS

     

    4th Q - 10:55 - 31yd TD run by Serbando Diaz Two Point Conversion Good - 42-14 DCS

     

    4th Q - 5:26 - 5yd TD pass by Daylan Russell to Ehren Smolik Two Point Conversion Fails - 42-20 DCS

     

    4th Q - 5:13 - 36yd TD run by Quade Myers Two Point Conversion Fails - 48-20 DCS

     

    4th Q - 58.5 - 74yd TD run by Bobby Schneider Two Point Conversion Fails - 54-20 DCS

     

    4th Q - .5 - 4yd TD pass Elliott Fletcher to Isacc McCurdy Two Point Conversion Good - 54-28 DCS  

     






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    SCOTTSBLUFF – After starting a five-game stay in Cougar Palace with a disappointing loss to Western Nebraska on Thursday, the McCook Community College Lady Indian volleyball team responded with a perfect 4-0 mark in the Wyo-Braska shootout. MCC downed Dawson Community College and Eastern Wyoming on Friday then bested Laramie County Community College and Caspar College on Saturday.

     

    MCC returns home Tuesday to take on Southeast Community College at 7 p.m. in the Peter and Dolores Graff Events Center. MCC is inviting Red Willow County employees and their families to be special guests. All Red Willow County employees and their families will be allowed free admission to the game.

     

    This weekend the Lady Indians begin a stretch of six straight road games with a three-day swing through southern Colorado starting Thursday in Trinidad to take on Trinidad State, Friday in La Junta to face Otero and Saturday in Lamar to take on Lamar CC.

     

    MCC improves to 13-5 on the year.

     

    MCC 3, Dawson Community College 0: MCC opened up the tournament Friday with straight set wins over the Buccaneers 25-21, 25-18, 25-15.

     

    Sophomore Ryan Maddera (Evans, Colo.) led MCC with 10 kills. Freshman Faith Simpson (Wauneta) had nine and Sophomore Hannah Emerson (Greeley, Colo.) added eight kills and four blocks. Ashley Carson (Ord) had 32 sets and nine digs. Kiera Barr (Granby, Colo.) had nine digs and Brooklyn Evans (Ogden, Utah) had eight digs.

     

    MCC 3, Eastern Wyoming 1: The Lady Indians prevailed 25-19, 25-17, 12-25, 25-21. Simpson led the Lady Indian attack with 14 kills, Maddera had 13, Emmerson seven and Haley Jacobsen (Littleton, Colo.) had six. Evans led MCC with 14 digs.

     

    MCC 3, Laramie County Community College 0: MCC won 25-21, 25-21, 25-20 to open Saturday play. Simpson had 13 kills, Maddera 12 kills and 12 digs, Emerson eight kills, Ty Johnson (Conroe, Texas) had six. Carson had 36 sets. Onyessah Rocha (Topeka, Kan.) had seven digs. MCC had eight serving aces.

     

    MCC 3, Caspar College 1: MCC won 25-14, 25-22, 22-25, 15-19. Simpson had 21 kills and four service aces. Emerson 12 kills, Maddera eight. Barr led MCC with 11 digs, Evans had nine and Rocha seven. Carson had 46 sets.





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