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NWKL Volleyball Tournament Saturday, Oct. 14

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The Northwest Kansas League (NWKL) Volleyball Tournament will be held in Oberlin on Saturday, October 14. Eight NWKL teams - Decatur Community, Dighton, Greeley County, Hoxie, Quinter, Rawlins County, St. Francis, and Wallace County - will be vying for the NWKL championship. First serve is at 9:00 a.m. in Decatur Community High School. The tournament competitors have been divided into two pools of four teams according to records. Pool A consists of seeds 1, 4, 5, and 8. Pool B consists of seeds 2, 3, 6, and 7.

The seeding was completed on Wednesday, October 11. The results of the seeding arre:  #1-St. Francis (21-8), #2-Rawlins County 20-8, #3-Hoxie 18-9, #4-Quinter 15-14, #5-Wallace County 13-15, #6-Dighton 10-16, #7-Decatur Community 7-21, #8-Greeley County 5-25.

Pool A will play in the Decatur Community High School Gymnasium. Pool B will play in the Decatur Community Junior High School Gymnasium. The match schedule is below.

High School Gym Junior High Gym
Pool A Pool B
Seeds 1, 4, 5, and 8 Seeds 2, 3, 6, 7
1-St. Francis vs 8-Greeley County 2-Rawlins County vs 7-Decatur Community
4-Quinter vs 5-Wallace County 3-Hoxie vs 6-Dighton
1-St. Francis vs 5-Wallace County 2-Rawlins County vs 6-Dighton
4-Quinter vs 8-Greeley County 3Hoxie vs 7-Decatur Community
5-Wallace County vs 8-Greeley County 6-Dighton vs 7. Decatur Community
1-St. Francis vs 4-Quinter  2-Rawlins County vs 3-Hoxie
30 minute break
1A vs 2B Semi-Final 1B vs 2A Semi-Final
Championship Match  

All day admission for the tournament is $5 for adults and $4 for students. League and school passes will NOT be recognized for admission.

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