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The Kansan - Newton, KS
  • Area volleyball roundup

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  • Remington sweeps
    home triangular
    WHITEWATER — The Remington High School volleyball team claimed a pair of wins Tuesday at a Heart of America League triangular in rural Whitewater.
    Remington stopped Ell-Saline 25-19, 25-21. Kelcey Hinz was 11 of 11 serving with three kills. Kylee Schunn was 10 for 10 serving with 17 good passes. Kristyn Wedel had 12 good attacks with six kills. Deanna Ingalsbe had 11 good attacks with three kills. Madison Janzen had nine assists. Jasmine Ingalsbe had eight good attacks with four kills.
    Remington stopped Canton-Galva 25-20, 25-12. Alyssa Hinz went eight for eight serving with three good attacks, Schunn was 11 for 11 serving. Jasmine Ingalsbe was 12 for 12 serving with 15 assists. Janzen had 20 good attacks with nine kills. Deanna Ingalsbe had seven good attacks with five kills.
    Ell-Saline topped Canton-Galva 25-15, 22-25, 25-9.
    Remington is 14-2, 4-0 in the HOAL, and competes at 4 p.m. Tuesday at a triangular at Hutchinson Invitational.
    Hesston sweeps
    Nickerson tri
    NICKERSON — The Hesston High School volleyball team swept a Central Kansas League triangular Tuesday at Nickerson.
    Hesston downed Nickerson 25-8, 25-12; and Lyons 25-14, 25-22. Nickerson downed Lyons 28-26, 26-28, 25-17.
    “We passed very well on serve receive, with no errors for the entire evening," Hesston coach Jason Peters said. "We served and hit well against Nickerson, but then made quite a few errors against Lyons to keep them in the match. Lyons is very scrappy and we had some trouble on defense reading their hitters. The last set of the evening against Lyons was a good challenge for us. We played from three or four points behind most of the way, kept our composure, and made a late run to take the lead and finish the match.”
    Hesston is 11-2, 2-0 in CKL play. Hesston hosts Chapman and Smoky Valley at 5 p.m. Tuesday. The varsity matches will be played at the middle school gym. The JV and C-team matches will be at the high school auxiliary gym.
    Hesston stats
    vs. Nickerson
    Kills — Jessanna Nebel 6, Kelsey Unruh 5, Cami Richardson 4, Ali Jost 4, Megan Voth 2, Hannah Schmitt 1, Veronica Ziegler 1.
    Assists — Voth 17, Nebel 2, Richardson 1, Jost 1.
    Aces — Nebel 4, Jost 3, Richardson 2, Schmitt 1, Taylor Esau 1.
    Digs — Jost 5, Voth 3, Unruh 3, Richardson 2, Schmitt 2, Nebel 1.
    Blocks — Unruh 2, Richardson 1, Jost 1, Voth 1.
    vs. Lyons
    Kills — Schmitt 7, Richardson 5, Jost 5, Unruh 3, Voth 1, Nebel 1, Ziegler 1.
    Assists — Voth 21, Schmitt 1.
    Aces — Richardson 2, Esau 1.
    Digs — Voth 8, Unruh 6, Nebel 4, Schmitt 3, Ricahrdson 2, Jost 2, Esau 1.
    Blocks — Schmitt 2, Voth 1, Jost 1.
    JV
    Hesston def. Nickerson 25-18, 25-12
    Lyons def. Hesston 23-25, 25-15, 25-19
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    Hesston def. Lyons 25-15, 25-21
    Hesston def. Nickerson 25-19, 25-7
    Goessel sweeps
    WSL matches
    WHITE CITY — The Goessel High School volleyball team claimed a pair of wins Tuesday in Wheat State League at White City.
    Goessel downed Rural Vista (White City-Hope) 25-13, 25-10; and Peabody-Burns 25-15, 25-13.
    Goessel is 9-2, 4-0 in WSL play. The Bluebirds play Tuesday at Solomon with Little River.
    Remington wins
    Flinthills tourney
    ROSALIA — The Remington High School volleyball team won the Flinthills Invitational Saturday in Rosalia.
    In pool play, Remington beat host Flinthills 23-25, 25-14, 25-18. Madison Janzen had 27 good attacks with 12 kills. Deanna Ingalsbe had 12 good attacks, three kills, 11 total blocks and six downed blocks. Kristyn Wedel had 15 good attacks with nine kills, nine total blocks and went 11 of 11 serving with three aces. Kelcey Hinz had 11 total blocks and went 23 of 23 serving with five aces. Jasmine Ingalsbe set 13 assists with two kills. Kylee Schunn had 22 good passes, went 16 of 16 serving and had two aces. Alyssa Hinz had seven good attacks with a kill and six blocks.
    Remington downed Elk Valley 25-5, 25-3. Jasmine Ingalsbe had 11 good attacks with five kills. Wedel had five good attacks with two kills. Janzen went 14 of 15 serving with seven aces. Katie Nash was 11 of 11 serving with two aces. Schunn was 12 of 12 serving with two aces.
    Remington downed Altoona-Midway 25-6, 25-5. Janzen had 13 good attacks, five kills and went 12 of 12 serving with six aces. Deanna Ingalsbe had four good attacks with two kills. Alyssa Hinz had five good attacks with a kill. Schunn had three good attacks with a kill and went 13 of 13 serving. Kelcey Hinz was 11 of 12 serving with six aces.
    In the semifinals, Remington downed Chase County 25-8, 17-25, 25-7. Janzen had 29 good attacks with seven kills and seven assists. Deanna Ingalsbe had 19 good attacks with three kills. Kylee Schunn had 29 good passes. Jasmine Ingalsbe had 11 assists and was 15 of 15 serving. Nash was 10 of 11 serving. Wedel went eight of eight serving.
    In the finals, Remington downed Flinthills 25-18, 25-15. Janzen had 23 good attacks with eight kills. Jasmine Ingalsbe had 13 good attacks with five kills. Wedel had 11 good attacks with five kills and went eight of eight serving. Alyssa Hinz had eight total blocks, downing five with 13 good passes. Kelcey Hinz had four good attacks and 15 good passes. Schunn was 15 of 16 serving. Nash was seven of seven serving.
    Eighth graders
    win tourney
    MAIZE — The Newton middle schools eighth-grade A volleyball team won the Pioneer League pre-season tournament Saturday at Maize South Middle School.
    In pool play, Newton downed Valley Center 25-10, 25-14; Hutchinson 25-23, 25-22; and Andover Central 25-8, 25-20.
    In the championship match, Newton downed Andover 25-20, 26-24.
    Page 3 of 3 - Seventh graders
    second at tourney
    HUTCHINSON — The Newton middle schools seventh-grade A volleyball team finished second at the Pioneer League pre-season tourney in Hutchinson.
    In pool play, Newton downed Derby 25-15, 25-7; Hutchinson 25-16, 25-9; and Andover 25-16, 25-15.
    In the semifinals, Newton downed Andover Central 25-5, 23-25, 15-9. In the championship match, Newton fell to Maize South 25-21, 25-8.
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