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The Cedar Bluffs volleyball team defeated Omaha Brownell Talbot 25-16, 25-20, 25-9 on Tuesday in the semifinals of the Frontier Conference Tournament.
Courtney Cleveringa had a double-double for the Wildcats with 10 kills and 10 digs. Taryn Tenopir compiled nine kills, six blocks (five ace blocks) and three service aces. Madi Schwarting added five kills (hitting .400), two blocks and three aces.
CEDAR BLUFFS - Cedar Bluffs compiled a 1-2 record in its volleyball quadrangular Saturday.
After falling 25-22, 25-18 to Tekamah-Herman, Cedar Bluffs was defeated 25-23, 20-25, 28-26 by Lindsay Holy Family. In their final match, the Wildcats downed Sterling 15-25, 25-21, 25-21.
"As the day went on, I thought we improved," Cedar Bluffs coach Janelle Stansberry said. "We had a lineup change and some different personnel so I thought the first match was about adjusting to new positions and new rotations."
Unforced errors were the doom of Cedar Bluffs at the Scribner-Snyder triangular on Tuesday evening.
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CEDAR BLUFFS - Mead swept play at the Cedar Bluffs triangular Thursday in Cedar Bluffs.
Mead won a close match over the host school 25-22, 22-25, 25-18 and also had a win over East Butler. Cedar Bluffs split their night with a 25-17, 25-17 win over East Butler.
Wahoo Neumann volleyball opponents were well aware of Alyssa Stanek's power as a hitter, but her versatility helped the Cavaliers succeed.
"Alyssa is a great athlete that just wants her team to have success even if all eyes are on her," Neumann coach Shelly Hagemann said. "She would find other ways of putting the ball away in the front row like tipping to the open spot or a roll shot to the corners to keep defenses off-balance. Every team was keying on the hard hit so she just changed her tempo and made the defense move."
Palmyra defeated Cedar Bluffs 25-23, 25-20, 25-18 recently in high school volleyball.
Taryn Tenopir had seven kills for the Wildcats. Courtney Cleveringa had six kills while Maren McDowell had 16 set assists, five blocks and three ace serves. Alexis Egger added three blocks and four ace serves.
"I thought we improved in many areas and are making the adjustment to the changes we had to make due to injuries," Cedar Bluffs coach Janelle Stansberry told the Fremont Tribune. "Our blocking has improved tremendously and we were able to get to a lot more balls than in our previous match.
FIRTH -- A disappointing loss in the district final Thursday didn’t stop the Cedar Bluffs volleyball team from looking forward to next season.
Following their 25-17, 25-21, 25-20 loss to Pawnee City in the D1-1 district final at Norris High School, Cedar Bluffs coach Janelle Stansberry said the Wildcats’ sights were already set on amending the defeat.
Cedar Bluffs split matches at their home triangular Thursday.
In the first match, they fell to a tough Yutan squad 25-20, 25-23. Yutan jumped out to an early 9-3 lead in the first set before the Wildcats came alive. From then on it was a battle back and forth, with the Wildcat defense trying to hold strong against Yutan's powerful hitters. The Chieftains finally came out on top after consecutive Katie Thomas kills and a couple hitting errors from Cedar Bluffs. It was a whole new game in the second set, with Cedar Bluffs jumping out to an early lead behind their aggressive serving. Yutan then mounted a comeback, finally prevailing. Katie Thomas paced Yutan with six kills, while Morgan Davis had four and Lexi Egr had three. Courtney Cleveringa led the Wildcats with five kills and Maddison Schwarting added four. Tana Stansberry had 15 assists for the Lady Wildcats.
Cedar Bluffs defeated Omaha Brownell-Talbot 25-19, 25-16. No stats are available.
Rank School 2010 record Returning starters
1. Exeter-Milligan 33-1 4
2. Guardian Angels CC 27-10 6
3. Heartland 19-13 5
4. Humphrey 23-6 6
5. Winside 21-9 6
6. Newman Grove 18-10 5
7. BDS 23-7 4
8. Hitchcock County 24-5 6
9. Cedar Valley 33-2 3
10. Sutherland 15-17 6
Contenders: Chambers/Wheeler Central, Palmer, Pawnee City, Osceola, Bancroft-Rosalie, Cedar Bluffs, Paxton, Clearwater/Orchard.
Cedar Bluffs split a pair of volleyball matches Thursday at a triangular hosted by Lyons-Decatur.
Concordia defeated Cedar Bluffs 25-14, 25-10.