Sidney volleyball was in action Saturday, Oct. 7, where the Cowgirls played five games in Indanola and came away with three victories.

Sidney defeated Coon Rapids-Bayard 21-13, 21-7.
In this match up, Camryn McClintock led with 11 kills and Kelsey Hobbie with four.  Olivia Larsen had 11 assists and was perfect on her serve success. Cassidy Hobbie led the team in digs with four.
As a team, the Cowgirls had a .470 kill rate and was 90 percent in serve efficiency.

Ballard defeated Sidney 21-15, 23-21.
Sidney lost their fourth match of the season in a game where killing errors proved costly.
McClintock led with 11 kills and Larsen awarded 18 assists.  Jaden Daffer contributed 14 digs.
Ballard was near perfect on its serve success  going 42-43.

Clarinda defeated Sidney 25-21, 25-21.
McClintock led the way with eight kills, Kelsey Hobbie seven kills, Cassidy Maddy Duncan four, and Cassidy Hobbie three.  Larsen had 19 assists.

Sidney defeated Creston 21-17, 24-26, 15-9.
Aggressive play helped Sidney pick up it’s second win of the tournament over Creston by attacking 75 times for 25 kills.
Leading the way was McClintock with 10, Kelsey Hobbie seven, Cassidy Hobbie five, and Maddy Duncan with three.
Sidney had a serve efficency of 98 percent and had eight aces.

Sidney defeated Ballard 25-18, 25-13.
In a rematch, the Cowgirl’s Camryn McClintock paved the way with 14 kills.
Kelsey Hobbie had eight kills, Cassidy Hobbie five, and Duncan with three kills.
Olivia Larsen led the Cowgirl’s with 26 assists.
Sidney improved to 27-5 and was scheduled to face Stanton on Thursday Oct. 12  on the road.
Coach Amy McClintock said injuries to key players made it difficult but she expressed there are no room for excuses.
“Girls have to prepare to step up and we just didn’t do that on Saturday.”
Coach McClintock said the energy level just wasn’t there for his team at the weekend tourney.
“It was one of those days where it seemed like everything just didn’t go well for us.”  McClintock said.  “I’m hoping we get on the right track and finish the regular season strong on Thursday so we can get ready for district play.”