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Seventh Grade Lady Cats Volleyball Team Finishes Season 6-5

The seventh Grade Lady Cat Volleyball team completed their season with a 6-5 record. The girls started the season against Arcadia Valley at home. The Lady Tigers came away with a win beating the Lady Cats 25-20, 25-21.

The first away game, the Lady Cats participated in a scrimmage against the Valle of Caledonia Lady Vikings because an official was not present. The Lady Cats gained a victory due to a forfeit.

The next match was against West County Bulldogs. This match was a close win for the Lady Cats 24-26, 25-23, 25-21. Potosi was the next challenge facing the Lady Cats. They were able to pull off a win in three games defeating the Lady Trojans 22-25, 25-23, 25-15. One of the best efforts for the Lady Cats came against rival Farmington Knightettes. Fredericktown won the match in two games 26-24, 17-25.

On October 6, the Lady Cats faced the NorthCounty Raiders. The Lady Cats were not able to capitalize on the Raiders defense and lost the match 25-27, 25-20. Ste. Genevieve was the next stop for the girls. The Lady Cats struggle with passing and moving and lost to the Trojans, 19-25, and 17-25. After two losses, the Lady Cats traveled to Bismarck with a goal in mind to win. The Lady Cats served and passed well to defeat the Indians 25-13, 25-8. Kingston was the last away game for the Cats. Good serving was key in winning 25-13, 23-25, and 25-12.

The final game in the conference season was at home against the Central Rebels. In the first game Central came out strong and the Lady Cats did not move well and they lost 17-25. The second game was very close, but did not go in favor of the Lady Cats. The final score was 28-26.

The Conference Tournament was held at Bismarck. The Lady Cats placed fourth and went up against the West County Bulldogs. The first game did not go well for the Lady Cats as they took a loss 14-25. The second game the Lady Cats came back keeping the score neck and neck, but were unable to capture the win. The final game was 26-24 West County.

“The girls worked hard all season showing a tremendous amount of improvement as the season went along. They are a great group of girls to work with on and off the court, and I look forward to working with them next year,” commented Coach Moyers.

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