The Winnebago Volleyball Team fell 2-0 to Fort Calhoun, O’Neill, and Wynot at the Wisner-Pilger October Classic on Saturday before falling 3-1 at home to Winside Monday night, and winning 3-1 at Madison Tuesday night.
The Blue Devils won set one 25-9 and set two 28-26.
The Eagles claimed the first set 25-9 and the second set 25-17.
The Pioneers took set one 25-23 and set two 25-16.
The Wildcats won set one 25-21, set two 25-17, and set four 27-25 after losing set three 25-23.
The Dragons won the opening set 26-24 before Bago took set two 25-21, set three 27-25, and set four 25-11.
Good win and response from the Indians on Tuesday.
Winnebago (9-13) takes on Laurel-Concord-Coleridge (17-9) on the road Thursday night,
The Bears swept Hartington Cedar Catholic 3-0 on the road Tuesday night.
This is the first meeting of the season between these two teams.
This is going to be a tough match for the Indians, but Bago has to go in there ready to compete.
Winnebago has to go into Laurel and give the Bears their best shot and all that they got.
The Indians need to play their hearts out and leave it all out on the floor.
Winnebago has absolutely nothing to lose in this match and has to go out there and play loose and let it rip.
The Indians can’t be tight or nervous, Winnebago has to go out there and roll from start to finish.
The Indians have to breakout, and go out there and light it up.
Winnebago has to go out there and play fearless and with lots of intensity, fire, and passion.