Cloud County Community College
Concordia campus, (800) 729-5101
Geary County campus, Junction City, (785) 238-8010
For Immediate Release
8/25/2014 4:59:28 PM
Contact: Matt Bechard 243-1435 ext. 291
Author: Blade Empire
Cloud County Community College bounced back from a loss in its opening match to win three straight in the Southeast (Neb.) Invitational volleyball tournament on Friday and Saturday.
The Thunderbirds lost 3-2 to host Southeast Community College and then defeated Highland Community College, McCook Community College and Northeastern Oklahoma A&M in straight sets.
Southeast won the first set against Cloud County, 25-18. The T-Birds evened the match at 1-1 with a 25-22 victory. Southeast went up 2-1 with a 25-16 win. Cloud County squeezed out a 26-24 victory to even the match. Southeast took the fifth and deciding set, 15-10.
Kaylee Bontrager had 16 kills for the T-Birds. Emily Webb added 10 kills. Jaci Kolm had 28 assists and Katy Hufnagel finished with 26 assists. Emily Brown had 15 digs.
Cloud County downed Highland, 25-16, 25-14, 25-18.
Laura Sudbeck had nine kills for the T-Birds, and Webb had eight. Kolm finished with 30 assists.
The T-Birds knocked off McCook, 25-11, 25-22, 25-21.
Sudbeck led the way with 15 kills. Bontrager had 11 kills and Webb had eight. Kolm finished with 49 assists and Brown had 11 digs.
Cloud County finished up with a 25-19, 25-10, 25-14 victory over Northeastern Oklahoma A&M.
Bontrager had 15 kills in the win. Sudbeck had 10 kills and Webb had eight. Kolm had 43 assists.
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