The Remington Broncos volleyball team participated in the Flinthills tournament this past weekend.

The Remington Broncos volleyball team participated in the Flinthills tournament this past weekend.

The Broncos opened up pool play against host Flinthills and were victorious in two games winning 25-16 and 25-12.

Madison Janzen had 11 good attacks with 3 kills and 13 assists.

Emma Hilgenfeld had 12 good attacks with 8 kills and 8 total blocks. She also served perfect with 8.

Megan McNeill had 5 good attacks with 2 kills and 5 total blocks for the match.

Deanna Ingalsbe had 5 good attacks and 6 total blocks with 4 being stuffs. Kristyn Wedel had 4 good attacks.

Alyssa Hinz served 14/15 with 3 aces.

In their second match of pool play Remington faced Altoona Midway and again won in two games going 25-12 and 25-9.

Rose Dollarhide had 16 good sets with 7 assists.

Alyssa Hinz had 6 good attacks with 4 kills and perfect serving with 9. Kylee Schunn had 13 good passes and served perfect with 12.

Nicole Minder had 12/12 serving. Deanna Ingalsbe had 4 good attacks with 3 being kills.

The Broncos played Elk Valley in their third match on Saturday and stayed undefeated needing only two games going 25-11 and 25-7.

Nicole Minder had 9 good attacks with 4 kills. Emma Hilgenfeld had 6 good attacks, all being kills.

Kristyn Wedel had 4 good attacks with 3 being kills. Megan McNeill had 4 good attacks with 2 kills.

Rose Dollarhide had 12 good sets with 7 assists. Madison Janzen served 19/21 with 15 aces.

Remington won their fourth match against Wichita Home School in two games 25-9 and 25-18.

Nicole Minder had 14 good attacks with 7 being kills. Megan McNeill had 5 good attacks and 4 total blocks.

Madison Janzen had 8 good attacks with 3 being kills and 14 assists for the match.

Alyssa Hinz was 13/13 serving with 3 aces. Emma Hilgenfeld served 13/14 for the match. Kylee Schunn had 18 good passes and 3 good attacks.

The Broncos took on Chase County in the semi-finals and won in two games 25-21 and 25-17.

Deanna Ingalsbe had 11 blocks with 3 being stuffs. Emma Hilgenfeld had 16 good attacks with 7 being kills.

Madison Janzen had 17 good attacks with 6 being kills. Alyssa Hinz had 9 good attacks with 2 being kills.

Kristyn Wedel had 6 good attacks with 1 kill. Kylee Schunn had 12 good passes and 5 good attacks with 2 being kills. Nicole Minder was 15/15 serving.

In the finals, Remington faced Cedarville/Dexter and lost their only decision on the day in two hard fought games 20-25 and 23-25.

Madison Janzen had 15 good attacks with 8 kills. Emma Hilgenfeld had 10 good attacks with 3 being kills and 12 total blocks.

Nicole Minder had 11 good attacks with 4 being kills and perfect serving with 10. Kylee Schunn had 9/9 serving and 18 good passes.

Jasmine Ingalsbe had 8 good passes. Rose Dollarhide served perfect for the tournament.

Remington went 5-1 on Saturday placing 2nd overall in the tournament.

Remington hosts triangular with Berean and Hutch Trinity

The Broncos played Hutch Trinity first on Tuesday and were beaten 19-25 and 19-25.

Emma Hilgenfeld had 18 total blocks and 6 good attacks. Madison Janzen had 10 good attacks with 3 kills.

Kylee Schunn had 14 good passes for the match. Megan McNeill had 3 good attacks.

Remington closed out the night against Berean with a straight set victory winning 25-17 and 25-19.

Alyssa Hinz served 9/9 and had 4 good attacks with 2 kills. Nicole Minder served perfect with nine and had 4 good attacks and 7 total blocks.

Deanna Ingalsbe had 14 total blocks with 5 being stuffs. Kristyn Wedel had 4 kills for the match.

Rose Dollarhide served 12/13 and had 3 assists.

Remington now moves to 9-6 overall. 2-2 in Heart of America League.