Monday, September 29, 2014

Lady Longhorns Enter Exhausting Part Of Schedule

It has been a busy week for the Lady Longhorns volleyball team, also known as the "Orange and Black Attack."  The team now sports a record of 4-10, but half of those losses have been to Class C2 or D1 teams.

The young DHS squad started last week by beating the Osceola Lady Bulldogs in Dorchester, where team members celebrated Parents Night.

Last Thursday, the Lady Longhorns dropped contests to High Plains Community and Shelby/Rising City at the Shelby triangular tournament.

On Saturday, DHS picked up another win against Parkview Christian, but lost games to Lawrence-Nelson and Nebraska Lutheran, who will take on Dorchester again in the final regular season game.

The Lady Longhorns are back in action tomorrow, Sept. 30, against a 1-10 Sterling team. On Thursday, Oct. 2, DHS will be part of a triangular event at Diller-Odell.

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