Fall River’s prep girls volleyball team had a memorable year this fall, going a perfect 21-0 in sets to win the Trailways West Conference championship with an undefeated 7-0 record.
The Warriors senior was the team's lone selection after tallying a team-high 247 kills this season.
HILLSBORO — Through one set, it looked like the Royall Panthers might have the ingredients to pull off an upset. But ultimately it was not to be.
Junior Brooke Hartley earned first-team honors, while senior Abigail Flock and junior Alanna Wilson were named to the second team.
Earning all-conference honors for multiple years in a row is quite the accomplishment. Being able to do so and move up the ranks is even more of one.
Westfield’s Iris Slotten closed out her prep volleyball career on top as the senior was recently named a first team All-South Central Conference selection.
For the second straight year, Westfield’s Camden Stampfl has been named to the All-South Central Conference football team.
Two Juneau County teams entered the regional finals with their seasons still alive. Only Royall is now left standing.
FALL RIVER — Coach Rachel Wolff knew if her third-seeded Black Hawk prep girls volleyball team gave second-seeded Fall River an inch, the Pirates would take a mile and run away in Saturday’s WIAA Division 4 regional championship match.
In the regional semifinals of this year’s volleyball postseason, Royall and Mauston steered clear of any potential upset bids to advance to the regional finals. Meanwhile, Wonewoc-Center gave top-seeded Hillsboro a little scare, but ultimately saw its season ended.
The Beavers buckled down down the stretch to sweep the Timberwolves, advancing to Saturday's regional final against top-seeded Waunakee.
In the end, the Beaver Dam prep girls volleyball team had a sweep of Neenah and a ticket to the regional finals.
RANDOLPH — Coach Jeff Kohlbeck had a hunch his fourth-seeded Randolph prep girls volleyball team might start off slow in Thursday’s WIAA Division 4 regional semifinal match against fifth-seeded Monticello.