The Nashville girls volleyball team continued its success on Tuesday night with a two set sweep (25-14, 25-19) over Carterville (16-2, 1-1) in a SIRR-Mississippi matchup. Senior Emily Schnitker totaled 20 assists and senior Hazel Konkel finished with 14 kills to improve the Hornettes' record…
CARTERVILLE — The first set between Carterville and Du Quoin went down to the wire, but the Lady Lions rallied to sweep the Lady Indians, 25-20, 25-9, in the first game of the conference schedule on Tuesday night.
MURPHYSBORO — Don’t look now, but the Murphysboro volleyball team has won two straight matches over Carbondale in the battle for Jackson County bragging rights.
Following a moment of confusion, Massac County's Abigail Martin calmly served an ace for the final point in her team's 25-23, 25-23 sweep of Marion in the season opener for both volleyball teams Tuesday night at Cuss Wilson Gymnasium.
Things looked bleak for the Murphysboro volleyball team when it trailed Massac County by eight points in the third match Thursday night, ut the Red Devils shifted into another gear and rallied to a victory.
In beating Perry County and SIRR Mississippi rival Du Quoin 25-23, 25-13 Thursday night at Duster Thomas Gym, Pinckneyville improved to 6-0 overall and 2-0 in the conference.
The Massac County Lady Patriots are off to a 5-1 start this season and travel to Carbondale (2-1) on Monday for a non-conference showdown that I will be in attendance for.
Jessica Whitehead had her heart set on being a star. Just not in the sport where she became one.
With high school girls volleyball scheduled to begin next March, Southern Illinois River-to-River fans should expect more competition at the top of the Mississippi Division.
Two things that stuck out about Abby Horn when she was starring in three sports last decade at Herrin: She almost always wore a smile on her face, and she was almost always better than anyone else.
The highly anticipated announcement from the IHSA’s Board of Directors on Wednesday left many local coaches optimistic about a new modified schedule heading into the 2020-21 school year.
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NORMAL — NCOE’s volleyball team won the first set of its third place match in the IHSA Class 1A volleyball championship Saturday morning at Redbird Arena, but they couldn’t put Athens away.
NORMAL — NCOE’s hopes of a Class 1A volleyball championship died Friday morning at Redbird Arena.
VANDALIA — Back-to-back regional titles. Consecutive sectional crowns.
CRAB ORCHARD — Invest a lot, hurt so much.
TRENTON — All good things must come to an end.
SALEM — With a trip to the Class 2A Vandalia Super-Sectional on the line, Fairfield’s Chloe Britton and Jacklynn Simms stepped up to make huge plays, leading the Mules to a 25-17 and 25-23 win over Massac County at the Salem Sectional.
CRAB ORCHARD — One thing we know for sure is that the champion of the Crab Orchard 1A Volleyball Sectional will be the Cardinals.
TRENTON — Defense travels.
SALEM — Massac County volleyball coach Zach Miller may use the tape of the Lady Patriots first set performance against Shelbyville as a “how-to" video for the rest of this career.
HERRIN — Halloween turned into a scary night for the Herrin Tigers volleyball team as it tried to take down Centralia in the championship of the Herrin Class 3A Regional.
WEST FRANKFORT — Chloe Britton is the Swiss army knife of Fairfield’s 35-2 volleyball team, able to fill any role on a moment’s notice.