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BDS Enters CRC Play At 20-4; No. 2 In WC Points

Bruning-Davenport/Shickley began play in the 2018 CRC Volleyball Tournament with a 25-20, 25-10 victory over McCool Junction on Saturday.  The 20-4 Eagles played Meridian on Monday in York.  With a win over the 15-10 Mustangs, BDS would play either Exeter-Milligan or Giltner in the CRC Final on Tuesday night at the York City Auditorium.  The Eagles are No. 2 in wildcard points in Class D-2.
On Tuesday, October 9, BDS downed McCool Junction and Dorchester in a triangular in McCool Junction.
BDS got past Dorchester 25-10, 25-15.  Jadyn Kleinschmidt nailed seven kills in the win and belted two ace serves.  Regan Alfs had five kills and seven assists for the winners.  Jordan Bolte pounded four kills and had six assists.  Macy Kamler and Caitlin Mosier both had three digs.  Mariah Sliva had two ace blocks.
The Eagles got past McCool Junction 25-20, 25-12.  Kleinschmidt and Alfs both nailed six kills.  Kleinschmidt, Alfs and Mosier all had two ace serves. Alfs had seven assists and Bolte had five.
Kleinschmidt came up with eight digs and Alfs had six.  Sera Johnson recorded four digs and Mosier had three.  Sliva had two blocks and Kamler had one.
On Thursday, October 11, the Eagles earned wins against High Plains and Lawrence/Nelson in Lawrence.
BDS downed High Plains 25-18, 25-7.  Kleinschmidt and Mosier both belted three ace serves.  Kleinschmidt also paced the offense with eight kills.  Emilie Schardt and Alfs both had four kills.  Alfs put up a dozen assists and Bolte had seven.  Kleinschmidt had four digs.  Kamler had three digs and one ace block.
The Eagles squeaked past upset-minded L/N 25-15, 18-25, 27-25.
BDS was down 17-10 in the third set on the road.
"One thing about our girls, no matter how 'crazy' the game gets, they never give up and they never give in," Eagle coach Kari Jo Alfs said.  "It was definitely a thriller. Our girls showed a lot of poise—they definitely could have folded numerous times but I am so proud that they didn't.  That in itself is what sets them a part from other competitive teams."

Kamler pounded nine kills against the Raiders and Kleinschmidt had seven.  Alfs had three kills and eight assists.  Bolte had 10 assists and two ace serves.  Johnson smacked an ace serve.
Kleinschmidt had 11 digs and an ace block.  Kamler had nine digs and two blocks.  Mosier and Johnson both had six digs.  Schardt had a block.