By Kelly Terpstra
The competition was fierce in Denver on Thursday night.
Shelbie Balk wants her Turkey Valley Trojans to be confident and aggressive this season.
Of the Reporter
The three “B’s.”
For the Nashua-Plainfield volleyball team that means “Breathe, Believe, Battle.”
The weather forecast calls for 75 degrees and sunny tonight – so get to Lloyd Koob Field early if you can.
Turkey Valley has the horses.
Now it’s just a matter of letting these ponies run.
Aiden Lamborn reminded Joel Winters on the sidelines Friday night that ‘big dogs gotta eat.’”
Winters took those encouraging words of advice to heart.
By Bob Fenske
Thirty-eight toss sweep.
Plain and simple – cut and dry.
The New Hampton volleyball team is good.
Just how good?
Even in spirit, Dylan Usher is still having an impact on the New Hampton cross country program.
A kill or a block?
If Levi Enright fires up the blender, watch out – because you know the former Husky football standout is about to get to work.
There were a lot of volleyball players in New Hampton’s gymnasium on Monday.
Remember the 80s?
Scott Frerichs sure does.