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Lady Longhorns Seek First Win

Lady Longhorns

Seek First Win

Kimball’s Lady Longhorn volleyball team went 0-4 on the new season as they headed into Tuesday’s matchup this week at Bridgeport to face the home team and Garden County.

Kimball has won one set so far, against Gordon-Rushville on Aug. 26.

The Lady Longhorns hosted Bridgeport last Thursday, and fell in straight sets 25-15, 25-9 and 25-23.

The Lady Longhorns hope they can build upon that close final set in their second meeting against Bridgeport.

Hopefully, the Lady Longhorns found an alignment to give them a better chance of downing the Lady Bulldogs and Garden County on Tuesday.

Next up on Thursday, the Lady Longhorns visit Potter ace rivals Mitchell and P-D.

Potter-Dix VB

Evens Record

Potter-Dix’s Lady Coyote volleyball team improved its record to 2-2 in the young season with a win againstvisiting Sioux County on Friday night.

The action started with a tight 25-22 set that the Potter-Dix squad won. Potter-Dix took control early on their way to a 25-8 second win. The Lady Coyotes outlasted the Lady Warriors with a 25-22 win for the 3-0 set victory.

Potter-Dix junior Lily Tabor led with eight kills, while senior Kendall Nielsen, sophomore Madison Williamson and junior Tyenne Berner each had five ace serves. Junior Kallie Crossman was at the heart of the offense, racking up 29 assists in the match.

Potter-Dix hosts Kimball and Mitchell on Thursday.