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Busy Volleyball Schedule awaits teams Tuesday

Updated: Oct 17, 2019

In what for most teams in Southwestern Kansas is the last chance to get matches in before the league tournaments take place on Saturday, most of the area volleyball teams will be in action Tuesday, with several triangulars and quadrangulars scheduled.

In addition, two area teams will get tough tests in duals today. Liberal heads to state-ranked Maize South, while Holcomb treks west on US 50 to Lamar, Colorado, where they will face one of the hottest teams in the Centennial State when they play the host Lady Savages, who have won 13 in a row and have moved into the Top 10 in Class 3A.

Colby, Goodland, St Francis (Wallace County will play there) and Meade will host tri-matches today, while quads will take place in Cimarron, Deerfield, Sublette, Hodgeman County (Moscow heads there) and Ashland (Rolla will play there).

The complete schedule for this week:


Wallace County, Triplains/Brewster at St. Francis

Scott Community, Syracuse, Kiowa County at Cimarron

Quinter, Decatur Community at Colby

Greeley County, Wichita County, Western Plains/Healy at Deerfield

Elkhart, Ignalls at Meade

Oakley, Hill City at Goodland

Holcomb at Lamar, CO

Lakin, Southwestern Heights, Stanton County at Sublette

Liberal at Maize South

Moscow, Fowler, Minneola at Hodgeman County

Rolla, Spearfield, Pawnee Heights* at Ashland (Pawnee Heights has forfeitted the remainder of its volleyball schedule this season)


Walsh, CO at Wichita County

Hi-Plains League Tournament at Syracuse

Great West Activities Conference Tournament at Colby

Western Athletic Conference Round-Robin Tournament at Garden City

Northwest Kansas League Tournament at Oberlin

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