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Recent running back commit Jordan Stevenson is officially a Husker. Nebraska head coach Mike Riley sent a tweet on Sunday morning welcoming Stevenson and his family to Nebraska.
Riley had said in Chicago at Big Ten Media Days that he could only confirm that Nebraska was recruiting the four-star running back.
Stevenson committed to the Huskers on Thursday over Miami and Alabama, and will compete for playing time in fall camp.

Richie Incognito will be the Bills' starting left guard in the season-opener barring injury, coach Rex Ryan said on Sunday, per Matthew Fairburn of Syracuse.com.
Incognito was already the favorite to start there. He's more experienced than anyone else the Bills have at guard with 102 career starts. He was named to the Pro Bowl in 2012.
Buffalo signed him in Feburary, and it seems he's making the most of his second chance. Questions remain about his character, but the bottom line is he will start as long as Ryan believes he can help the Bills win football games.
"Out there thumping again, that was a lot of fun," Incognito said after the team's first practice in pads, via ESPN.com's Mike Rodak. "Out there with your buddies, beating people up. That's what I like to do."
 

AP National Sports Headlines



UNDATED (AP) — Newly acquired pitcher David Price is making his debut with the Blue Jays this afternoon as Toronto plays host to Minnesota. Price, who is 9-4 on the season, is squaring off with Ervin Santana who is just 2-1 after missing the first part of the season because of a suspension. Each team is fighting for a playoff berth as the Twins are 8 back of the Royals in the American League Central and the Jays are 6 back of the Yankees in the AL East.

The two Texas teams are meeting tonight in Arlington as the Rangers entertain the Astros in an AL West matchup. The Astros currently top the division with the third-place Rangers 8 back. Rangers' right-hander Colby Lewis, who has won three straight starts since the All-Star break, is facing Lance McCullers. The Astros have regained first place with wins in seven of their last 10 games while the Angels have dropped six straight to fall four games back of the Astros.

The Angels open a series this evening at home against the Indians. This has been a mediocre season for Cleveland and one of the bright spots has been the play of All-Star second baseman Jason Kipnis. A .326 hitter, Kipnis could be headed to the disabled list with a sore shoulder.

Chicago's Cubs are enjoying rare success this year as they are 10 games over .500 for the first time since the end of the 2008 season. This evening the Cubs are in Pittsburgh to face a Pirates team that has the second best record in the National League at 61-43.

The Giants can gain some ground on idle Los Angeles in the National League's West with a win in Atlanta tonight. The Giants start the day 2 ½ back of the Dodgers.

The rest of the card tonight has Arizona playing in Washington, the Marlins home to the Mets, Tampa Bay in Chicago to face the White Sox, San Diego at Milwaukee, the Rockies entertaining the Mariners and Baltimore at Oakland.

KAZAN, Russia (AP) — American teenager Katie Ledecky is on course for a good showing at next year's Summer Olympics in Brazil as she has improved her own world record in the 1,500-meter freestyle at the swimming world championships. The record time came in a heat and she gets another chance to set a world work tomorrow in the final. The 18-year-old completed the marathon-like race held in Russia in 15 minutes, 27.71 seconds, shaving 0.65 seconds off the mark she set at last year's Pan Pacific championships in Australia. It's the fourth time Ledecky has broken the record in the 1,500. She also holds world marks in the 400 and 800 free.
 

KBRX Junior Golf Tournament To Be August 6





The KBRX Junior Golf Tournament will be held Thursday, August 6 starting at 9 am at the O’Neill Country Club.  This is for girls and boys.  Age groups are 10-12 and they play 9-holes, 13-15 play 18 holes and 16-18 play 18 holes.  The entry fee is $15.  KBRX will provide lunch for all participants and prizes will be given in each age group.  You can sign up online by clicking on this link https://kbrx.formstack.com/forms/kbrxjuniorgolftournament or sign up at 8:30 am the day of the tournament.

 

Irish Juniors Finish Season 20-8


article by Coach Greg Appleby

The O’Neill Pinnacle Bank Irish Juniors finished their season with a 20-8 record and a runner-up finish in the Class B Area 5 Tournament held in O’Neill last week.  The Irish started out the tournament with a convincing 20-0 win over Pierce last Friday night.  The Irish were rolling from the start as they played four runs in the first, five in the 2nd, three in the 3rd, and eight in the 4th inning.  Josh Cuddy started on the mound for the Irish and shut down Pierce over three innings before giving way to Austin Hilker who silenced Pierce for the final two innings.  Alex Thramer went 3-3 and Nick Haburchak went 3-4 to lead the Irish hitting attack.  Austin Hilker went 2-4 and hit a 2-run home run in the 1st inning to provide the spark the Irish needed to get started in this tournament.  The Irish pounded out fifteen hits on the night.  Others with hits were Bailey Thompson, Justin Appleby, Brenden Cleveland, Josh Cuddy, Bryce Heiser, Esteban DeLaO, and Wyatt Liewer.  Cuddy and Hilker combined to throw a one-hitter.

With the Friday win, the Irish advanced to battle Albion on Saturday.  The Irish were able to come away with an 11-1 win over Albion behind the pitching of Bryce Heiser.  Heiser shut down Albion for 5 innings, giving up only two hits and one run while striking out four.  The Irish defense was solid behind Heiser as the defense had no errors in game one against Pierce and no errors against Albion in game two.  The Irish offense exploded for four run in the 2nd inning.  The top of the order stayed hot as Bailey Thompson went 2-2 and scored three runs, Alex Thramer went 3-4 and scored 2 runs, and Justin Appleby went 2-3.  Haburchak and Hilker each added hits in the middle of the lineup and Wyatt Liewer had one hit.

On Sunday, the Irish battled Central City as these two teams stood as the only undefeated teams left in the tournament.  Central City had downed Wayne 27-16 on Saturday night.  Justin Appleby took the mound for the Irish and was able to shut down the hot Central City bats by only allowing five hits and two runs while striking out eight to pick up the win.  Wyatt Liewer and Brenden Cleveland came in and shut down CC for the final 1 2/3 innings to complete the 10-2 win for the Irish.  Thompson and Thramer were dominant from the top two spots in the order as they combined to go 7-10 at the plate and scored five runs.  Nick Haburchak went 2-4 from the cleanup spot.  Others with big hits for the Irish were Austin Hilker, Josh Cuddy, Shayne Campbell, Brenden Cleveland, Bryce Heiser, and Devin Jurgensmeier.  Again, the Irish defense committed no errors to complement the pitching performance of Appleby, Liewer, and Cleveland.  The Irish offense was consistent as they scored in every inning but the 7th.  With that win the Irish advanced into the final on Tuesday night and waited for Wayne and Central City to see who would advance and have to beat the Irish twice in the finals on Tuesday.

Josh Cuddy took the mound for the Irish in game 1 and really threw a great game as he only allowed five hits through six innings but the Irish defense committed six errors in the game to allow five unearned runs on the night as the Irish fell 7-2 which would force a 2nd championship game.  The Irish gave up five runs in the first two innings as they were playing a little tight, but settled down after that scoring two runs in the middle innings and getting many runners on base, but the Irish were unable to capitalize with some clutch hits and stranded eleven runners on the bases throughout the game.  Alex Thramer went 2-2 to pace the offense, and Wyatt Liewer went 2-3.  Others with hits were Bailey Thompson and Devin Jurgensmeier.

In the game 2 championship the Irish got off to a bad start in the first inning as in the top of the first the Irish left the bases loaded to let Wayne off the hook early, and in the bottom of the 1st the Irish struggled on the mound and allowed six Wayne runs to fall in a hole early.  Brenden Cleveland came on in relief and had his best performance of the season as he threw six innings and gave up three runs while striking out nine.  The Irish bats came alive in the 3rd and plated two runs to get back into the contest, but were unable to threaten the rest of the way and Wayne won the Area 5 Championship with a 9-2 win in game 2.  Austin Hilker went 2-4 to pace the offense, while others with hits were Alex Thramer, Justin Appleby, Nick Haburchak, and Brenden Cleveland.

“We were disappointed that we couldn’t finish the deal on our home field, but have to give credit to Wayne for battling back through the loser’s bracket of the tournament.  Our guys had a great season going 20-8 and finishing as the runner-up in our Class B Area Tournament.  Many players had outstanding seasons and improved immensely.  We have a great bunch of young men that played their hearts out for Irish baseball all season long.  Mark Thompson and Clint Hilker did a great job of helping to coach these young men and should be thanked for all of their efforts.  We look forward to next season and have a split of guys going up to Seniors and those coming back to play Juniors again that should make for an exciting summer of baseball next year.”

A Big Thank You to the O’Neill Legion Baseball Committee for hosting the Area 5 Tournament and specifically to co-tournament directors Gary Hostert and Tom Earley for all of their hard work in setting up this tournament.  Also, thank you to the O’Neill parents and fans for all of your support all season long.  The Irish had a great season but came up just a bit short in their goal to make it to the State Tournament.
 

Creighton Eliminates PWG 8-5 to Stay Alive in Dodge





Creighton advanced to the 7:30 PM game Tuesday with a win over Palmer-Wolbach-Greeley on Monday evening.

The Bulldogs shook up their lineup and it paid off as they kept offensive pressure on PWG throughout the entire game. Creighton was never retired 1-2-3 in an inning, and they plated runs in four of the seven innings in their 8-5 victory. Six of the ten players in the game scored runs in a game which saw a mostly small-ball style. Both Creighton and PWG laid down bunts and manufactured runs which made the game a purist's delight. Their offensive performance was matched by a solid defensive performance, as Creighton didn't commit an error until the 7th inning. PWG mounted a comeback bid in the bottom of the final inning, but didn't have enough to overcome what was a 7-1 deficit at one time. One unusual aspect of the game was that each team scored a run on a balk.

As Arlington knocked off West Point in the late game, Creighton will have to deal with a rematch with the Eagles. If Creighton wins they will move on to Wednesday, and Arlington will drop to the 2nd game in the evening, which will be a winner-take-all affair. If Arlington wins, they will have to be beaten twice on Wednesday by West Point or Alma. The Bulldog/Eagle match will begin at 7:30 pm Tuesday and can be heard on 102.9 FM and kbrx.com.

Creighton
1 | 0 | 3 | 0 | 3 | 0 | 1
8 Runs -10 Hits -2 Errors
PWG
1 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 1 | 3
5 Runs -9 Hits -5 Errors
 

Hurley Wins Tournament in Iowa on Dakotas Tour





John Hurley claimed a big 'ol check over the weekend as he held on by a stroke to win the Dakotas Tour Championship event at Sioux Center, Iowa.

The check for $9,000 went to Hurley after he birdied the last two holes to finish with a three day 196 (67-66-63). Not only has John done well at The Ridge Golf Club in Sioux Center, but he has also now beaten runner-up Christopher Evans several times at that course. John won the tournament in 2011 and 2012 as well. This year Hurley's 17-under was just one shot better than Evans.
 

Shamrocks Place 3rd as Softball Season Wraps Up



The O'Neill 14 & Under Shamrocks made a run deep into the final tournament of the season in Class D softball action in Hastings. The tournament marked the final girls ASA fast-pitch action of the season.

The Shamrocks' two losses came to the champions, the Falls City Travelers, and the runner-ups, Albion. Albion lost to Falls City 5-0 in the championship game. Both O'Neill and Albion finished 4-2. The Pierce Pacers also played in the 14U tournament.

In 12 & Under action, Chambers was the only area team to get a win as the Force downed the West Point Thunder in their first game. Neligh and Osmond also sent teams to the 12U tournament.

That wraps up the ASA tournament season. The next girls' softball season begins with the O'Neill Eagles competing in the NSAA fall season beginning August 20th.
 

Arlington's Defense Does in Dawgs on Day 2 of Class C Junior State





Creighton couldn't seem to put the ball where Eagle defenders weren't in a 5-1 defeat in second round play at Dodge.

Only striking out four times, the Bulldogs put the ball in play plenty, but Arlington's defense, (particularly the left side) managed to put a clamp on Creighton's offense on Sunday night. Creighton managed to scratch across a run in the 5th inning, but it proved to be the only run across the plate all night. Arlington wasn't spectacular on offense by any means, but they plated three runs in the final inning to put what was a 2-1 game out of reach. Creighton could not repeat their heroics from the previous night, and fell to the loser's bracket of the Junior State Tournament.

The Dawgs get a chance to continue their run at State on Monday with a 5 pm game against Palmer-Wolbach-Greeley (PWG), who outlasted Shelby-Osceola-Stromsburg 6-5 in a 9 inning game that started the day at noon. That game can be heard on 102.9 FM and kbrx.com.

Box Score
Arlington
1 | 0 | 1 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 3
5 Runs -12 Hits -0 Errors
Creighton
0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 1 | 0 | 0
1 Runs -3 Hits -4 Errors
 

Creighton Advances with Walk-off Win in Extras at Junior State Baseball





It took a little stamina for baseball fans to stay up late enough on Saturday, but the exciting game between host Dodge-Scribner-Howells and Creighton should have helped as the final game of the night stretched into extras at the Junior Legion State Tournament.

The game was late to start, as rain on Friday night pushed back the start of the tournament. The three previous games ran just ahead of schedule, and what would have been a 9:30 start turned into a 9:01 first pitch on a warm but beautiful night in Dodge.

Creighton struck first with a run in the bottom of the first, before stringing together a couple more runs in the 3rd inning. DSH and Creighton both plated a run in the 4th to make it a 4-1 ballgame. DSH had a big inning in the fifth with three runs, and could have had more but the Dawgs were able to get out of a bases-loaded jam. The tie would last for three more innings as both team had chances to score but couldn't take advantage. After DSH took a lead in the top of the 9th inning as the visiting team, Creighton used a leadoff triple, an error by DSH, a hit batsmen and a fielder's choice to score two runs for a walk-off win at 11:28 at night.

Creighton now plays Arlington, who was a 5-0 winner over Alma in the previous game on Saturday. That matchup is at 7:30 PM and can be heard on 102.9 FM and kbrx.com.

If you have a couple of minutes you can listen to the audio from the bottom of the 9th inning:
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Wakefield Finishes 15th to Lead the Area at NHSFR


 

The high school rodeo season came to a finish with the conclusion of the National Finals. The NHSFR ran throughout the week in Rock Springs, Wyoming, with champions crowned in each event on Saturday night.

The top 20 in each event qualified for the short go-round, and champions were determined by the three round average scores. Riley Wakefield of O'Neill was the only area qualifier in the short go. Riley was not able to turn in a score in the steer wrestling, but still finished 15th in the average. Just to the south of our coverage area, Rowdy Moon of Sargent put in a 75 in the bareback riding in the short go to finish 3rd in the average with a score of 213. Another top competitor was Maddee Doerr of Creighton, who just missed the short go by finishing 25th in the goat tying.

Nebraska finished 10th overall in the state standings, with the boys 9th and the girls 13th.

More in-depth information and results can be found at nhsra.com. Otherwise, here are the scores for area cowboys and cowgirls from the week.

 
Contestant Name - Hometown
Event Round 1 Round 2 Short Go
Riley Wakefield - O’Neill (with Cody Darnell, TR)
Steer Wrestling


Team Roping
6.05 - 1st in perf.
2nd in round

no score
9.58 - 4th in perf.
25th in round

6th in average
no score
no score
15th in average


.
Tate Mathis - Atkinson (with Reece Weber)
Team Roping no score no score .
Maddee Doerr - Creighton
Goat Tying 9.19 - 6th in perf.
61st in round
7.76 - 3rd in perf.
10th in round
25th in average
.
Emily Knust - Verdigre
Breakaway Roping
Goat Tying
no time
9.86 - 8th in perf.
77th in round
5.12 - 16th in perf.
73rd in round
9.72 - 12th in perf.
60th in round
.
.
Nolan Sybrant - Bassett
Tie-Down Roping 16.08 - 4th in perf.
54th in round
no score .
Rachael Calvo - Bassett
Barrel Racing 23.455 - 29th in perf.
161st in round
18.073 - 9th in perf.
63rd in round
.
Shane Weber - Burwell
Saddle Bronc 43 - 4th in perf.
24th in round
no score .
Cade Svoboda - Ord
Bareback Riding no score 53 - 9th in perf.
T34th in round
.
Brook Jamison - Ashby (daughter of Lisa (Poese) Jamison)
Breakaway Roping 12.75 - 8th in perf.
72nd in round
no score .

 

Junior Legion Area Baseball Recap



With two Area baseball tournaments played in the KBRX region, the last five days have brought plenty of entertainment. In the end though, only two teams would be able to advance to continue their seasons at the State Tournament.

In Class C, Creighton was victorious in back-to-back games to make it back to the Junior State Tournament for the 4th straight year. After suffering a 10-7 loss to Neligh on Sunday, Creighton came back with 6-2 and 11-1 (5 inning) triumphs over the Warriors.

The Dawgs have been runner-ups in two of the last three state tournaments including last year when they hosted Class C State. This year Creighton draws the host team for a 7:30 opening-round matchup in Dodge. As a reminder, in the Legion baseball brackets the state tournaments are seeded by which area the team comes out of instead of by record. Other matchups starting with the opening game of the tournament are: West Point vs Palmer-Wolbach-Greeley (PWG), Shelby-Osceola-Stromsburg (SOS) vs Wymore and Alma vs Arlington. Of note: Arlington was the winner of the C3 Area, beating last year's champions Louisville/Weeping Water. Click here for the Class C bracket.

In Class B Area 5 play Wayne upset host O'Neill 7-2 and 9-2. In both games Wayne jumped out to leads that the Irish could not overcome. Wayne qualifies for the Class B State Tournament in Bennington starting Saturday. Wayne will play Crete in the 1 pm 2nd game, and other matchups are Holdrege vs Omaha Roncalli, Chadron vs Syracuse and Bennington vs Hickman. Click here for the Class B bracket.
 

Mean Green Claims Title at State Softball, Heat 3rd




The O'Neill Mean Green Machine, coached by Chuch Price and Bob Pinkerman
Front l-r: Jamie Laetsch, Mackenzie Wecker, Libi Slack, Randi Pinkerman, Paula Zakrzewski, Bailee Dougherty, Ashley Everitt. Back l-r: Erin Boyle, Arianna Dugan, Krissy Krotter, Kaylee Harvey, Tracy Chvala, Kaddee Harner


O'Neill had two teams place highly and six other area teams competed at State Softball this weekend.

In Lexington, the Mean Green Machine from O'Neill rampaged through the 18 & under bracket with a 6-0 record and a championship. Another O'Neill team finished 3rd as the O'Neill Heat went 5-2 in the 14 & under division. Pierce also did well with a 4-2 finish and a runner-up trophy in the 16 & under tournament.

The links to the finished brackets and a quick recap of how each area team did is below.

State Softball Tournament Results
12 & Under Tournament @ South Sioux City (Riverview Fields)
Verdigre (1-2), Tilden (1-3)
14 & Under Tournament @ Hastings (ASA Complex)
O'Neill Heat (5-2, 3rd place), Creighton (0-3)
16 & Under Tournament @ Hastings (ASA Complex)
O'Neill Irish (3-2), Verdigre (1-3), Pierce (4-2, 2nd place)
18 & Under Tournament @ Lexington (Optimists Rec. Complex)
O'Neill Mean Green Machine (6-0, 1st place)

 

High Schoolers Set To Compete at NHSFR in Wyoming


 

The high school rodeo season is about to come to a finish with the National Finals next week in Wyoming. The NHSFR runs throughout the entire week, from July 13th-18th in Rock Springs, with champions crowned in each event on Saturday night.

The top four finishers in each event from Nebraska qualified for the Finals, and the draw has been set for each of them. The draw is unofficial, as things could change during the rodeo due to unforseen changes, but it should be accurate if all goes well.

The format for competition is two preliminary rounds split into six performances, followed by the short go. Points are awarded to the top 20 in each event in each go-round and the average. Each contestant competes in his/her event at least twice – once in each of the first two long go-rounds. The top 20 in each event following the completion of the first two go-rounds qualify for the short go-round. The first long-go round is Sunday night through Wednesday morning, with Wednesday evening through Saturday morning making up the second round. Morning performances begin at 9 am while the evenings start at 7 pm. The short go is Saturday night at 7 pm.

More in-depth information can be found at nhsra.com. Otherwise, below are the draws for the area contestants. Results will be updated periodically throughout the week.

 
Contestant Name - Hometown
Event Round 1 Round 2 Short Go
Riley Wakefield - O’Neill (with Cody Darnell, TR)
Steer Wrestling


Team Roping
6.05 - 1st in perf.
2nd in round

no score
9.58 - 4th in perf.
25th in round

6th in average
no score
.
.
Tate Mathis - Atkinson (with Reece Weber)
Team Roping no score no score .
Maddee Doerr - Creighton
Goat Tying 9.19 - 6th in perf.
61st in round
7.76 - 3rd in perf.
10th in round
25th in average
.
Emily Knust - Verdigre
Breakaway Roping
Goat Tying
no time
9.86 - 8th in perf.
77th in round
5.12 - 16th in perf.
73rd in round
9.72 - 12th in perf.
60th in round
.
.
Nolan Sybrant - Bassett
Tie-Down Roping 16.08 - 4th in perf.
54th in round
no score .
Rachael Calvo - Bassett
Barrel Racing 23.455 - 29th in perf.
161st in round
18.073 - 9th in perf.
63rd in round
.
Shane Weber - Burwell
Saddle Bronc 43 - 4th in perf.
24th in round
no score .
Cade Svoboda - Ord
Bareback Riding no score 53 - 9th in perf.
T34th in round
.
Brook Jamison - Ashby (daughter of Lisa (Poese) Jamison)
Breakaway Roping 12.75 - 8th in perf.
72nd in round
no score .

 

Watch: Travis Bostock Wins "Mad Dog" Demo Derby Award



Travis Bostock of Page competed in the 2015 Cherry County Ag Society Demolition Derby in Valentine on July 4th. He finished 5th and was awarded the night's Mad Dog, which is an award for most aggressive driver with the hardest hits.

Besides Bostock, Mathew Jones of Ainsworth took home the big first place prize, Jeremy Jones of Bennett placed second, Justin Wood of North Platte placed third, and Alyssa Homan of Valentine placed 4th. Mathew Jones also won the flag race.

You can see Bostock in the video below courtesy of Travis Kubal. You should get an idea on which car is his by the way he drives, otherwise look for the #26 that reads "GET BENT". At about the 1:30 point you can hear a spectator proclaiming with certainty who was going to win the Mad Dog that night!



 

Wecker Selected for Blue Team in NCA All-Star Match


 

Mackenzie Wecker will be the primary libero on the blue team
at the NCA All-Star Match (photo by Norfolk Daily News)

LINCOLN – Teams have been selected for the 2015 Nebraska Coaches Association All-Star Volleyball Match.

While the players were chosen for the game back in December, the team assignments were just recently announced. The match will take place at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 21, at Lincoln North Star High School.

Mackenzie Wecker of St. Mary's will represent not just O'Neill, but really all of north central Nebraska. Kenzie Drudik of Ord and Crofton's Maria Wortmann are the next closest players on the roster. This match is the only statewide all-star game, so the players invited are the top talent Nebraska has to offer, which shows when you look at the colleges these girls will be attending. Besides many quality small colleges, eight NCAA Division I schools are the landing points for girls on the roster below. Those schools are UNL, Creighton, UNO, Ohio State, Ohio, UNC-Greensboro, George Washington and Quinnipiac (in Hamden, Connecticut by the way, since you were probably wondering).

Here are the team rosters:

Blue Team
Maddy Bruder, OH, Norris (Northwest Missouri State)
Gessica Gdowski, OH, Fremont (Omaha)
Jenna Habegger, OH, Pawnee City (Concordia)
Clare Hamburger, setter, Hastings St. Cecilia (Hastings College)
Lauryn Hilger, OH, Millard South (Northwestern College)
Claire Knust, MH, Omaha Skutt (Quinnipiac)
Priscilla O’Dowd, MH, Papillion-LaVista (Midland University)
Allison Penner, setter/RS, Aurora (UNC-Greensboro)
Jessica Peters, setter, Papillion-LaVista (Midland University)
Tiani Reeves, MH/RS, Gothenburg (Nebraska)
Carley Remmers, OH/MH, Freeman (Ohio)
Lindsy Siegel, MH, Ansley-Litchfield (Hastings College)
Mackenzie Wecker, libero, O’Neill St. Mary’s (Northeast CC)
Maria Wortmann, MH, Crofton (Wayne State)
Head coach: Renee Saunders, Omaha Skutt
Assistant coach: Don Matt, Chadron

Red Team
Emma Benton, OH, Grand Island Central Catholic (Emporia State)
Kenzie Drudik, OH, Ord
Katie Hitz, MH, Lincoln North Star (Doane)
Kylie Hohlen, OH, Norris (Central Missouri State)
Hanna Justesen, OH, Elmwood-Murdock (George Washington)
Hannah Kring, MH, Axtell (Nebraska-Kearney)
Kelsey O’Connell, MH, Omaha Marian (Creighton)
Sara Rahmanzai, MH/RS, Gretna (Benedictine)
Meagen Roth, OH, Lincoln Southeast (Omaha)
Ali Rowse, setter, Minden (Nebraska-Kearney)
Kendall Schroer, MH, Ogallala (Nebraska-Kearney)
Morgan Stute, libero, Kearney Catholic (Nebraska-Kearney)
Megan Wickey, OH, Omaha Concordia (Ohio State)
Kylee Wurster, setter, Lincoln Southeast (Colorado Christian)
Head coach: Mike Brandon, Gretna
Assistant coach: Wendy Alexander, Ord
 
   
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