KCHA Sports Report (10/5)

Charles City Comets

In a match heard right here on KCHA last night, the Charles City Comet volleyball team hosted Waukon in a Northeast Iowa Conference battle.  The Comets had little trouble with the Indians as they defeated Waukon three games to none by scores of 25-16, 25-7 and 25-14.  Leading the Comet offense was Tayler Schmidt as she had ten kills, Sydney Loeckle had 23 assists and Shantel Van Hauen had 3 ace serves.  With the win, the Comet volleyball team is now 23-4 overall this season and they move to 5-0 in the NEIC.  Charles City will be in action again this weekend as they will participate in a tournament hosted by Hampton-Dumont.

The Nashua-Plainfield Husky volleyball team was at West Fork last night for a Top of Iowa Conference match.  The Huskies fought hard in each of the games, but fell short in all of them as they were swept three games to none by scores of 25-23, 25-18 and 25-20.  Sydney Hanson had 18 assists and went 19-19 serving with an ace to lead the Nashua offense and Britney Holthaus led the Husky defense with 15 digs.  The Nashua volleyball team is now 3-12 overall this season and they fall to 2-5 in conference play.  The Huskies will look to get back on track tomorrow night at home against Saint Ansgar.

The Osage Green Devil volleyball team walked through Northwood-Kensett last night in a Top of Iowa Conference road contest.  Scores went 25-11, 25-19 and 25-21.  Kelsey Havel and Brenna Jacobs each had nine kills to lead the Green Devils, Rylie Olson had 34 assists, Kourtney Chambers had 17 digs and as a team, Osage went 61-64 serving with seven aces.  The Green Devils improve to 16-9 overall this season and they are now a perfect 8-0 in conference play.  Osage volleyball will travel to Mason City this Saturday for a tournament.

The North Butler Bearcat volleyball team was able to beat Rockford in Rockford last night in Top of Iowa Conference action three games to one.  Rockford came out strong and took the first game 25-19, but North Butler would win the next three by scores of 25-13, 25-21 and 25-15 to claim the match.  North Butler is now 10-13 overall this season and they improve to 3-5 in the conference while Rockford falls to 6-11 and 1-7.  North Butler will next be in action this Saturday for a tournament at Buffalo Center and Rockford will play again tomorrow night at Garner.

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