High School Sports: Wolves Still Reign Over WP Rivalry (1/21)

Wauneta-Palisade’s Cali Cox (4) is aiming for victory Thursday night against Maywood-Hayes Center.

Steve Towery / McCook Gazette

HAYES CENTER, Neb. ?? Nothing refines the Wolves of Maywood-Hayes Center like an always tough Wauneta-Palisade tour.

?? It’s always a great game when we and Wauneta-Palisade are playing, ?? Coach Kory Rohde said.

The Broncos (record 10-7) came in with wins in four of their last five games.

They served 19 aces and saw their sophomore Peyton Cox crush 15 kills in their most recent victory over Dundy County-Stratton on Tuesday.

However, no team is on a roll like the M-HC Wolves ?? and it continued Thursday evening.

Wolves (15-1) took 11 straight wins as junior Olivia Hansen ?? s 12 kills and six blocks of aces propelled a 25-17, 25-13, 25-21 victory.

Junior Aniah Seiler scored 16 points while Lexi Wood, Maddie Doyle and Kiley Hejtmanek teamed up for seven more blocks.

?? Our intensity and net play were very impressive, ?? Rohde proclaimed. “Our joint venture set the tone for the evening with a great victory and the university continued to roll.

Maddie Doyle crushed six more kills and Wood whipped four around Bronco defenders. Hejtmanek totaled 14 assists and Wood delivered nine. Wolves continued to win despite missing the Ashlin Broz spark plug due to a knee injury in the summer.

?? I ?? am very happy with the way the girls played tonight ?? Rohde concluded.

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