Hanson claimed the Class B consolation title 25-19, 25-14, 17-25 and 27-25 over the Cougars. The taller Beavers (29-3) controlled the first two sets against Burke/South Central (29-7) and cruised to a 2-0 match lead. "We knew we were going to have to play well defensively," B/SC coach Billie Jo Indahl said. "They do have some good size up front with No.
"They were definitely confident," BSC coach Billie Jo Indahl said. "They were going up swinging with confidence. We were really pleased with how they were ready to come out and played with that confidence. "It showed. The Cougars (29-6) controlled each of the sets against the Dolphins. "We covered the floor really well and our defense really stepped it up in this match and was disciplined in where they needed to be," Indahl said. "We came out and just pounded the ball.
The Fighting Cougars defeated the Rustlers 18-25, 25-19, 25-21 and 25-17. MCM (20-9) will play Big East Conference rival Sioux Valley in today's Class A consolation match at 11:45 a.m. Central time.On Friday, MCM had a hard time finding its rhythm in the first set and committed error after error to aide the Rustlers in the 1-0 match lead. "We struggled that first set, even just getting our own offense going," MCM coach Tami Bies said. "We had a lot of errors, serving errors, hitting errors.
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