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2009 Schedule

Record= 16-11
EHC record= 6-3

9/3 Pender
W 2-0
9/3 Bergan
L 0-2
9/5 Bancroft-Ros.
W 2-0
9/5 Scribner-Snyder
L 0-2
9/5 Wayne
W 2-1
9/8 Pender*
W 2-0
9/8 Emerson-Hub.
W 2-0
9/12 Raymond Central
W 2-0
9/12 Scotus
L 0-2
9/15 Wisner-Pilger*
L 0-3
9/22 Oakland-Craig*
W 3-0
9/26 Fullerton
W 2-0
9/26 Aquinas
L 0-2
9/26 Twin River
W 2-0
9/30 Twin River
L 1-3
10/3 Bennington
L 0-2
10/3 Logan View
W 2-0
10/3 Yutan
L 1-2
10/6 Scribner-Snyder*
W 3-0
10/8 Tekamah-Her.*
L 2-3
10/13 Lyons-Decatur*
L 1-3
10/15 Tekamah-Her.**
L 1-2
10/17 Scribner-Snyder**
W 2-0
10/17 Pender**
W 2-0
10/20 West Point-B.*
W 3-2
10/27 Stanton* at LV
W 2-0
10/27 Logan View*
W 2-0
11/2 Districts

Home matches in bold
* East Husker Conference games
** EHC Tournament

Previous seasons

Districts up next

North Bend will be the third seed in the five-team C1-5 subdistrict. The Tigers will take on second-seeded Wahoo at 6 p.m. Monday at Malcolm. The Warriors will bring a 21-9 recond into the match. Neumann will be the district's top seed and play the winner of Raymond Central and David City. If NBC wins Monday, it will play Tuesday at 7 p.m.

NBC handles Fillies, Raiders

Oct. 27- North Bend swept a triangular against two East Husker teams at Logan view to wrap up its regular season schedule. NBC had no trouble winning game one against Stanton 25-10. The Fillies put up more of a fight in game two, but the Tigers still prevailed 25-17 for the sweep. Up next were the hosts. Again, NBC played very well in winning the first set 25-13. North Bend led 12-5 in the second set when the Raiders went on a 11-1 run to take a 16-13 lead. The Tigers righted the ship in time for a 25-22 win. North Bend ends the regular season with a 16-11 record.

Cadets, Tigers go the distance

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Oct. 20- North Bend and West Point-Beemer fought tooth and nail through five sets before NBC pulled out a 22-25, 25-16, 25-18, 23-25, 16-14 win. The Cadets were serving for match point in the fifth game when sophomore Amy Baumert came up with back-to-back kills to tie the game and then give NBC its final lead. Junior middle hitter Ashley Dvorak led NBC with 20 kills on the night. Baumert followed with 12 kills and three aces.

NBC wins silver bracket of EHC

Oct. 15, 17- One week after the two teams sweated out a five-game match, Tekamah-Herman and North Bend met in the first round of the East Husker Conference tournament as the No. 4 and 5 seeds. Just like the first time, the game went the distance with Tekamah-Herman coming out on top by scores of 20-25, 25-21, 25-21. Ashley Dvorak and Mallory Hull had 10 kills each for NBC.

Thursday's loss sent NBC into one of Saturday's consolation brackets. The Tigers won the silver net with a pair of sweeps over Scribner-Snyder and Pender. Against the host Trojans, Ashley Dvorak had eight kills as NBC won 25-19, 25-20. In the next game, the Tigers rolled over Pender 25-11, 25-12. Again Dvorak led the attack with six kills. Amy Baumert had four kills and three aces.

NBC volleyball
Mallory Hull takes a swing.

Lyons take Tigers in four

Oct. 13- North Bend own the first game 25-23, but the homestanding Cougars captured the next three sets to win the East Husker match 25-19, 25-15, 25-16. Amy Baumert was NBC's leading hitter with 10 kills on .285 hitting. Ashley Dvorak and Chelsea Kreikemeier had eight kills each.

Tekamah-Herman wins thriller

NBC volleyball
Julia Minarick attacks the T-H defense.

Oct. 8- After dropping a tight opening set 26-24 to Tekamah-Herman, North Bend fought back with 25-15, 25-20 wins to take a 2-1 advantage in the match. It it was a tournament game, NBC would have won, but it wasn't. The purple Tigers took the next two hard-fought games by scores of 27-25 and 15-12 to win the best-of-five match. Ashley Dvorak led NBC with 13 kills and eight ace serves. Chelsea Kreikemeier had 10 kills for North Bend.

Revenge of the Titans

Sept. 29- Just three days after falling to North Bend in the David City Invite, Twin River got its revenge with a four-game win over the Tigers. Ashley Dvorak and Mallory Hull led the Tiger attack with nine kills each. Dvorak added the NBC scoring with five ace serves as NBC dropped the match by scores of 25-16, 19-25, 25-20, 25-22.

NBC goes 2-1 in David City

Dvorak swings for a kill.
Ashley Dvorak returned after missing six games with an injury to play at David City.

Sept. 26- NBC opened the David City Tournament with a 25-21, 25-21 sweep of Fullerton before falling to Aquinas in the second game by a score of 25-23, 25-16.

The Tigers rebounded with a 25-23, 25-22 win over Twin River in their third and final game of the day. Stephanie Settles was the leading hitter for NBC in the tournament with 16 kills. She was followed by Dvorak with 15 and Baumert with 12.

Baumert was the most efficient Tiger on the day, swinging for a .263 hitting average, followed by Chelsea Kreikemeier at .250 and Settles’s .183.

Wisner, O-C split EHC games with NBC

Sept. 15, 22- Class C-1 No. 9 Wisner-Pilger dealt North Bend its first conference loss of the season, downing the Tigers 25-21, 25-9, 25-10. Amy Baumert led NBC with five kills and two blocks. After a week off, North Bend came back with a relatively easy win against Oakland-Craig, 25-7, 25-10, 25-20. Stephanie Settles pounded 10 kills while Mallory Hull had seven. Baumert added six kills and five aces, and Alle Flamme had six aces serves.

Tigers second in home invite

Sept. 12- North Bend Central split its two games at the North Bend Invite to take runner-up honors. In the first game the Tigers got by Raymond Central 25-23, 25-14. In the finals, North Bend lost to C-1 No. 3 Scotus, but the Tigers made a run at the Shamrocks in the second set, leading 23-22 before losing 25-13, 25-23. Stephanie Settles led NBC with nine kills on the day.

NBC sweeps triangular

Sept. 8- North Bend took care of business with a pair of 2-0 sweeps over Pender and Emerson-Hubbard. In the rematch with Pender, Stephanie Settles had six kills while hitting .333. McKenzie Hartman had five kills while swinging for a sparkling .714 hitting average. Julia Minarick served up five aces. Against E-H, Settles had seven kills and Chelsea Kreikemeier had six.

Tigers open 3-2 in NE Classic

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Outside hitter Mallory Hull takes a swing during NBC's match against Bergan.

Sept. 3, 5- As usual, the North Bend Central volleyball team opened its season at the Northeast Nebraska Classic. The Tigers opened with a 25-10, 25-13 win over Pender. Next up was a hotly contested match with C-2 No. 3 Bergan. In a back and forth battle, the Knights won both games 25-23.

On Saturday, NBC played in the silver bracket at Wisner-Pilger where the opened up with C-2 No. 5 Bancroft-Rosalie. Mallory Hull had five aces and Stephanie Settles added five kills as NBC won 25-16, 25-19. Next up was EHC rival Scribner-Snyder. NBC grabbed a nice lead before the Trojans raced back for a 25-23 win in game one. Game two went the other way, with NBC falling into a large hole before coming back. The Tigers couldn't finish off the comeback, though, and lost game two 28-26. Settles again led with eight kills. In the final match of the day, NBC topped Wayne 27-25, 25-17, 28-26. Settles tallied 10 kills while Ashley Dvorak had four kills and five aces before leaving with an injury.


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