KCHA Sports Report (9/13)

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In a match heard right here on KCHA last night, the Charles City Comet volleyball team was in Decorah for a Northeast Iowa Conference tilt against the Vikings.  The Comets were able to win rather easily in game one as they took it 25-14, Decorah came back strong in game two and won that one 25-19, Charles City dominated game three in route to a 25-9 win and then sealed the match with a close 26-24 win in game four giving the Comets a three games to one match win.  Tayler Schmidt led the Charles City offense with 14 kills, Sydney Loeckle had 27 assists and Sami Heyer had five ace serves.  The Comet volleyball team improves to 7-6 overall on the season and they are now 2-0 in the NEIC.  They will be back in action next Tuesday at home against Crestwood.

The Nashua-Plainfield volleyball team hosted second ranked Osage in Top of Iowa Conference play last night.  It was all Green Devils as they swept Nashua three games to none by scores of 25-13,  25-8 and 25-8.  Brenna Jacobs had eight kills to lead Osage, Rylie Olson had 24 assists and went 26-26 serving with two ace serves.  With the win Osage volleyball improves to 6-4 overall on the season and 5-0 in conference matches while Nashua falls to 2-9 and 2-3.  The Green Devils will play in Dike this Saturday for their next action and Nashua will host their own tournament this weekend.

The North Butler Bearcat volleyball team was in non-conference action last night at home against AGWSR.  The Bearcats were able to take the first two games by scores of 25-8 and 25-23, Ackley won game three 25-18, and then North Butler put the match away with a 25-22 win in game four.  The Bearcat volleyball team is now 8-8 overall this season.

The Rockford Warrior volleyball team hosted Central Springs last night in a Top of Iowa Conference match.  The Warriors were over-matched as they were swept three games to none by scores of 25-12, 25-16, and 25-17.  The Rockford volleyball team falls to 3-9 overall on the season and they are now 0-5 in the conference.  They will play in the Nashua tournament on Saturday for their next matches.

The Saint Ansgar Saints volleyball team was able to win a Top of Iowa Conference match last night at West Fork.  The Saints won game one 25-20, they lost game two 25-21 and then won 25-18 and 25-23 to take the match three games to one.  The Saint Ansgar volleyball team moves to 3-5 overall and they are now 2-2 in league play.  Next up for them will be a tournament this Saturday in Forest City.

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