Weekly Sports Update (09/29/14-10/04/14)

posted Oct 6, 2014, 1:07 PM by Ryan Koetter   [ updated Oct 6, 2014, 2:50 PM ]
The Ellinwood High School Lady Eagle Volleyball squads traveled to Ness City on Tuesday for a triangular meet.  Varsity went 1-1 as they battled the Ness City Eagles and LaCrosse Leopards.  They dropped the first match to Ness City in a nail-biter 23-25, 25-23 and 24-26.  They bounced back the next match by defeating the Leopards 25-16 and 25-21.  The JV squad went 2-0 for the night by overcoming the Eagles 15-10, 15-13 and the Leopards 15-4, 5-15 and 19-17.  Varsity is now 17-8 on the season.  Varsity and JV will travel to Victoria on Tuesday and JV will travel to Chase for a tournament on Saturday.

The Middle School Volleyball teams continued their dominance over the week by remaining perfect on the year.  Both A and B squads traveled to Canton-Galva on Thursday to take on the Eagles and the Warriors of Berean Academy.  A-team defeated the Warriors 25-19 and 25-14.  Afterwards, they battled the Eagles and defeated them 25-8 and 25-17.  The B-team were also victorious over the Warriors (25-14, 25-14) and the Eagles (25-8, 25-17).  Over the weekend, the A-team traveled to Ellsworth for a 6-team tournament.  Ellinwood left Ellsworth as tournament champions.  The Eagles were victorious over Reno Valley (25-20, 25-15), Beloit (25-20, 22-25 and 15-8), Hoisington (25-15, 25-17), Ellsworth (25-19, 25-12) and Sacred Heart of Salina (25-14, 25-19).  The B-team traveled to Claflin for the CPL Eastern Division Championship Tournament.  The Eagles came out as tournament champions as they defeated Macksville (25-17, 25-3) and Central Plains (25-11, 25-22).  The Ellinwood Middle School Volleyball teams are currently 30-0 as a combined record from A, B and C squads.  They have only lost one set as a team as well.  This week, the B and C squad will travel to Lyons on Monday.  All teams will travel to Central Plains on Thursday and Macksville on Saturday.

The Middle School Football team took their perfect 3-0 record to Canton-Galva on Thursday.  After a close win against Otis-Bison the week before (18-14), the Eagles came out victorious over Canton-Galva with a score of 44-20.  They have a record of 4-0 and will travel to Central Plains on Thursday to take on the undefeated Oilers.