NDN volleyball

It’s not easy to defeat a team three times in a season, the saying goes, but the Norfolk High volleyball did exactly that Monday night--blanking Lincoln Northeast in the process.

At stake was a spot in the field-of-eight in the Heartland Athletic Conference volleyball tournament, which the Panthers earned with a 25-17, 25-15, 25-11 sweep of the Rockets.

Norfolk, the No. 6-seed, will now travel to Lincoln Southwest to square off with third-seeded Lincoln Southeast on Tuesday at 5 p.m. 

Look for a recap of the Norfolk win later at norfolkdailynews.com or in Tuesday’s print or ePaper.

 

 

In other news

Recaps from Lutheran High Northeast boys and girls varsity basketball games at Pender, Lutheran High boys JV at Twin River, and Norfolk Junior High boys basketball. 

WYNOT – The West Point Guardian Angels Central Catholic Bluejays girls’ basketball team overcame a rough first quarter and completed a 14-point opening frame deficit to defeat Wynot here on the Blue Devils’ home court Thursday night, 48-39.

HUMPHREY — For the last five years, Humphrey St. Francis and Riverside have been among the best Goldenrod Conference boys basketball programs. This season was expected to be no different — even with the Chargers' record-setting scorer Tredyn Prososki out due to an injury.