Volleyball Preview 2022 section
Cardinals senior outside hitter is a U of M recruit for what could be a special, if young, team
Wildcats return four starters, led by Ellary Peterson
After a tough go in the Central Minnesota Conference in 2021, expectations are higher for ACGC.
After a conference championship and 23-8 overall record, the Jaguars have similar goals.
Six players — led by McGeary — return for Benson.
Warriors reached 2A-North championship in ‘21.
Lexi Scott, Class of ‘15, takes over Bluejays’ program.
CCS has five seniors to lead it into CAL competition.
Blackjacks have six starters back and 45 players in the program heading into 2022.
LQPV returns a trio from 11-12 team in ‘21.
After some unusual struggles in 2021, the Fighting Saints are more experienced and have more depth.
Dragons pin their hopes on five seniors in the starting lineup.
Assistant coach Tory Boruwer takes over the Wolverines, who were 20-8 last season
Minnewaska enters the season with seven juniors on the squad.
Last year's West Central Conference MVP is among the Thunder Hawks' leaders this season
Bulldogs return four starters, including all-area star Kyleigh Tangen
With 10 seniors graduated, Renville County West will have lots of new faces in the lineup
Recent volleyball coverage from the West Central Tribune.
Tops teams: Class AAAA - Wayzata , Class AAA - Marshall, Class AA - Nova Classical Academy and Class A - Russell-Tyler-Ruthton
The Cougars sweep the Falcons in three sets.
Volleyball report for Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022, in west central Minnesota. No. 3 Willmar stays unbeaten in the CLC with 25-7, 25-6, 25-7 victory