Sidney competed in triangular action on August 30, where Camryn McClintock picked up her 1000th career kill vs Heartland Christian. The Cowgirls were back at it on Saturday, where they ran through the competition and finished first.

Sidney defeated Lenox; 21-1; 21-5.
The Cowgirls managed 16 kills in this contest and 12 aces.
Kills: McClintock, seven; Kelsey Hobbie, four; Makenna Jarosz, three.
Aces: Hobbie, six; Emma Nennemann, five.
Assists: Olivia Larsen, 12.
Sidney was 42-of-43 on serve success.

Sidney downed Heartland Christian in three sets; 25-5; 25-10; 25-17.
Senior, Camryn McClintock reached a milestone by reaching her 1000th career kill.
McClintock lead the way with seven kills followed by Hobbie and Maddy Duncan, who each had six.
Olivia Larsen was the assist leader with 18.
Hobbie sent over 14 serves and totaled five aces.

During tournament action on Saturday, Sept. 1, the Cowgirls earned a first place finish and picked up their 10th consecutive win.
Sidney defeated Stanton; 21-7; 21-13.
Kills: Hobbie, five; McClintock and Jarosz, four each; Presley Brumbaugh and Duncan, three each.
Larsen contributed 14 assists and the Cowgirls came away with eight blocks lead by Hobbie with three.

Sidney  defeated Tri-Center, Neola; 21-19; 25-27; 17-15.
This was the only contest that the Cowgirls lost a set.
Kills: McClintock, 15; Hobbie, four.
Assists: Larsen, 30.

Sidney defeats Clarinda; 21-7; 21-14.
Larsen had 11 assists and 10 digs.
Kills: McClintock, six.

Sidney defeats Shenandoah; 21-11; 25-23.
McClintock and Hobbie, each had seven kills and larsen served up 18 assists.
Jaden Daffer and Maddy Duncan, each provided 10 digs.

Sidney defeats St. Albert, Council Bluffs; 21-13; 21-17.
Sidney won it’s 10th straight game in this match up.
Hobbie and Jarosz provided 13 total kills of the Cowgirls 21.
Hobbie had seven kills and Jarosz added six.
Larsen was the assist leader with 19.

Sidney will be at home on Thursday, Sept. 6 to take on Stanton.