Volleyball goes 2-2 at the WAC Tournament

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Volleyball goes 2-2 at the WAC Tournament

Seniors Macee Altman and Peyton Niernberger give the opposing team high fives after playing them at home on Aug. 31.

Seniors Macee Altman and Peyton Niernberger give the opposing team high fives after playing them at home on Aug. 31.

Brenna Schwien

Seniors Macee Altman and Peyton Niernberger give the opposing team high fives after playing them at home on Aug. 31.

Brenna Schwien

Brenna Schwien

Seniors Macee Altman and Peyton Niernberger give the opposing team high fives after playing them at home on Aug. 31.

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The lady Indian volleyball team went to Garden City to participate in the Western Athletic Conference championship on Oct. 19. They went home 2-2, and their record is now 20-12 on the season.  

They played Great Bend and lost in two sets with scores of 23-25 and 16-25. Senior Tasiah Nunnery had 10 kills and seven assists.  

Next, they played Garden City and lost in two sets with scores of 10-25 and 12-25. Nunnery had six kills, and junior Brooklyn Schaffer had seven digs.  

For the third game of the day, the lady Indians took on Dodge City and won in three sets with scores of 20-25, 25-16 and 25-11. Nunnery had 14 kills and six aces, junior Kaitlin Suppes had 13 assists and senior Cassidy Prough and Schaffer had six digs each.  

Last, they played Liberal and won in three sets with scores of 17-25, 25-21 and 25-16. Nunnery had 13 kills, 11 assists and nine digs, Suppes had 10 assists, and Schaffer had nine digs.  

The lady Indians will play on Tuesday, Oct. 22 at home for Senior Night, and the seniors will be honored following the games.  

22bschwien@usd489.com

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