The Wildcat volleyball team got off to a good start in its season opening home quad, beating Somerset, New Richmond and Spring Valley, before going 4-4 at the 30-team Menomonie Sprawl over the weekend at UW-Stout.
Three members of the River Falls High School volleyball team have been honored by the Big Rivers Conference coaches with selection to 2011 All-BRC teams.
Senior Zoe Barr was named to the seven-player First Team while seniors Maddie Shafer and Masy Engel earned Honorable Mention.
The UW River Falls volleyball team will host a Dig for the Cure volleyball match on Wednesday, Oct. 12, when the Falcons take on the UW-Stout Blue Devils at 7 p.m. at Karges Center.
This season marks the fourth straight year that the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) volleyball teams are hosting fundraisers for breast cancer awareness in October.
Wildcat Zoe Barr spikes the ball over the net for a point in the first game
of the Cats' match against Hudson last Tuesday at the high school gym.
Barr had a team-high 20 kills in the Cats' 3-2 victory over the Raiders. Read more in the Sept. 29 River Falls Journal.
The River Falls High School varsity volleyball team is looking for ball girls for the 2011 season. Ball girls have the opportunity to be a part of the action by working and cheering at all home matches. Each ball girl is assigned a varsity player that acts as a big sister at all team functions. If you are interested contact head coach Sara McDonald at email@example.com by July 15.
The River Falls Volleyball Association’s U15 team took fifth place in the 15 Silver Division of the President’s Day Tournament in Bloomington, Minn., Feb. 20. The 15 Silver Division consisted of 64 teams from communities throughout the Midwest. Team members include, in front, Callie Jirik. Second row from left, Megan Faustini, McKenzie Tirrel, Megan Pechacek, Halle Barnabo and Izzy Shafer. Back row, Kate Kraemer, Hayden Kusilek, Erin Robey, Alex Ronnestrand and coach Nina Cooper.
Members of the Wildcat volleyball team saluted the team’s young ball girls before the Cats’ final home game of the season Oct. 12 and got together for a picture before taking the court against Rice Lake. The girls, in grades kindergarten through six, shagged balls during the team’s warm-ups and stood on the floor and handed balls to players during all the Wildcat home matches this season. The ball girls included Madison Kealy, Morgan Kealy, Izzy Barr, Olivia Kittleson, Grace Kittleson, Mariah Marg, Million Teasdale, Olivia Tepp, Rachel Kelm, Mattie Peters, Ella Peters, Hailey Graetz, Maddie Shew and Riley Nezbit.
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