Butler County Times Gazette
  • Remington beats Inman, Circle drops Augusta

  • The Remington High School Volleyball team travelled to Sedgwick on Tuesday to compete in a triangular.
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  • The Remington High School Volleyball team travelled to Sedgwick on Tuesday to compete in a triangular.
    The Lady Broncos first took on Inman and won in two games going 25-19 and 25-14.
    Jasmine Ingalsbe served 11/11. Madison Janzen had 10 assists and served 12/13.
    Nicole Minder had 15 good attacks with 5 kills. Emma Hilgenfeld had 11 good attacks with 4 kills and 21 total blocks with 10 stuffs.
    Deanna Ingalsbe had 5 good attacks with 2 kills and 10 total blocks. Kristyn Wedel had 5 good attacks with 1 kill.
    Kylee Schunn had 19 good passes for the match & 2 good attacks. Megan McNeill had 5 good attacks with 2 kills and 9 total blocks.
    Remington faced host Sedgwick in the night cap and were defeated in two games with with scores of 16-25 and 18-25.
    Nicole Minder had 13 good attacks with 7 kills and 9 total blocks. Rose Dollarhide served 11/11 and had 4 assists.
    Madison Janzen had 5 good attacks with 4 kills. Alyssa Hinz had 4 good attacks. Emma Hilgenfeld was 7/7 serving.
    Breaking even at Sedgwick brought the Lady Broncos overall record to 19-9 overall.
     
    Circle netters split on the road
    The Lady Thunderbirds played a triangular with Clearwater and Augusta Tuesday night.
    Circle faced Clearwater first and were beaten in two games 17-25 and 21-25.
    The Lady Thunderbirds bounced back from their defeat in their second match beating Augusta in two games with scores going 25-20 and 28-26.
    The Lady T-Birds are now 4-3 in the AVCTL, Division 4 and 14-9 overall this season.
    The Lady Thunderbirds play host to the Circle Tourney this Saturday.

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