Three Rivers Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball

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Volleyball: Wolverine All-Conference teams announced

Picture (L-R): Shelby Krawczak, Tessa Hawkins, and Campbell Haradine earned All-Conference honors in Volleyball. The Wolverine Conference has announced the All-Conference Volleyball teams selected by league head coaches. Congratulations to the following Wildcats earning honors: 1st Team All-Conference (Sr./Libero) Tessa Hawkins 2nd Team All-Conference (Sr./Outside Hitter) Campbell Haradine Honorable Mention All-Conference (Jr./Outside Hitter) Shelby Krawczak

Volleyball Districts: Cats fall to Eddies in four sets

Volleyball fell to Edwardsburg in district play in four sets (16-25, 17-25, 28-26, 20-25) to finish the season with a record of 24-18-4. Shelby Krawczak collected 13 kills, Hadley Miller 12, Campbell Haradine 8 and Gigi Gioiosa 7. Maya Bidelman assisted on 28 kills, Miller on 15. Tessa Hawkins led with 26 digs, Miller added

Volleyball: Conference Tournament at Vicksburg

Volleyball entered the Wolverine Conference Tournament as a 4th seed and faced 5th seed Plainwell in the first match and lost (20-25, 25-23, 13-15). Subsequent wins against Dowagiac (25-16, 28-26) and Sturgis (28-26, 25-23) placed the Cats into 5th place in the final conference standings. Campbell Haradine and Shelby Krawczak led with 18 kills each,

Volleyball: Senior Night win over Plainwell

Volleyball defeated Plainwell on Senior Night (18-25, 25-16, 25-12, 25-12) to finish the conference season 5-4, earning a 4th seed going into this weekend’s conference tournament. Shelby Krawczak had 12 kills, Campbell Haradine 11, Karsyn Draime 7 and Hadley Miller 7. Maya Bidelman assisted on 18 kills with Tessa Hawkins stepping up with 7 from

Volleyball: Cats fall in four sets at Vicksburg

Volleyball fell to Vicksburg in four sets 26-28, 25-17, 22-25, 22-25. The loss brought the team’s conference record to 4-4. Campbell Haradine led with 15 kills, Shelby Krawczak had 13, Hadley Miller registered 7 and Gigi Gioiosa 5. Maya Bidelman set the pace with 25 assists, Miller added 7 and Kylee Nash 6. Tessa Hawkins

Volleyball: Wayland Invitational

Volleyball competed Saturday at the Wayland Invitational, advanced to the Gold semifinals, before losing in three sets to Byron Center (25-20, 13-25, 13-15). Pool play began with a split against Holland Christian (23-25, 25-15) and a win against host Wayland (25-20, 25-15), earning the Cats a top seed into the second round of pool play.Wins

Volleyball: Cats knock off Tigers in 3 sets

Volleyball defeated Allegan in straight sets (25-12, 25-22, 25-17) to improve to 4-3 in the Wolverine Conference. Hadley Miller led the way with 10 kills, Campbell Haradine had 8, Shelby Krawczak and Gigi Gioisa both collected 6, and Ellana Haifley added 3.Maya Bidelman recorded 20 assists and Kylee Nash had 10. Tessa Hawkins set the

Volleyball: Cats drop five setter to Edwardsburg

Volleyball fell in five sets tonight to Edwardsburg 25-18, 26-24, 17-25, 17-25, 12-15. Shelby Krawczak led the way with 18 kills followed by Campbell Haradine with 16. Karsyn Draime had 8. Both Maya Bidelman and Hadley Miller collected 20 assists. Tessa Hawkins dug 42 attacks, while Bidelman and Krawczak each had 25, with Haradine contributing

Volleyball: Harper Creek Invitational

Volleyball began pool play at the Harper Creek Invitational with a split against St. Phil (20-25, 25-14), then defeated Athens (25-21, 25-23). A loss against Marshall (22-25, 22-25) set up a Gold Division quarterfinal against Portage Northern. The Cats played tough but lost in three sets (25-27, 27-26, 9-15). “It was a good tournament for

Volleyball: Cats fall in five sets to South Haven

Volleyball dropped a five setter to South Haven at home tonight (20-25, 25-22, 17-25, 25-23, 9-15). Shelby Krawczak led the Wildcat offense with 18 kills and a sizzling .325 hitting percentage. “Their block was huge, their defense was solid, and Shelby took her game to the next level,” said coach Erik Kore. “She was a