NORMAL, Ill. — Newark volleyball coach Tonya Grayson was determined not to let Payson Seymour's Josie Stanford beat her. That part of her game plan worked. That part of her game plan worked. Stanford, who led the Indians with 391 kills this season, was limited to four kills in Friday morning's Class 1A semifinal game at Redbird Arena.
ST. LOUIS -- Bekah Raebel recorded a match-high 21 kills as the Quincy University women's volleyball team beat Maryville 25-18, 25-20, 25-19 in Great Lakes Valley Conference play Friday evening. The Hawks (8-20, 5-12 GLVC) were tied with the Saints at 12 i
Sydney Hummert's kill ended a remarkable second set and the match as the Quincy Notre Dame volleyball team defeated Newton 25-19, 28-26 in the semifinals of the Class 2A state volleyball tournament in Redbird Arena.
Newton Coach: Jill Kistner (142-43, 5th season) Record: 31-7 State Tournament Appearances: 1990 (Class A, lost in quarterfinals). Scouting the Eagles: Newton won 10 of its first 16 games but has lost just one of its last 22. The Eagles lost three times to
QUINCY -- Rich Meyer approached captains Hannah Peters and Molly Penn in mid-October with the idea for a change in the lineup for the Quincy Notre Dame volleyball team. Peters admits she had her doubts. Back problems forced Peters to move from hitter to li
PAYSON, Ill. -- Cassie Eidson is like a mother robin trying to feed the baby birds as they strain their necks with mouths open in the nest. The junior setter on the Payson Seymour volleyball team tries to keep all of her hitters happy, and she has plenty o
Newark Coach: Tonya Grayson (423-154, 17th season) Record: 34-3 State Tournament Appearances: First. Scouting the Norsemen: Madi Malone, a 5-foot-11 freshman, has 448 kills this season, obliterating the school record of 359 set by current assistant Sam Ak
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Despite 24 kills from Bekah Raebel, the Quincy University women's volleyball team lost to Bellarmine 29-31, 25-16, 25-21, 25-22 in Great Lakes Valley Conference play Saturday. Raebel also had 13 digs for the Hawks...