The Mustang volleyball team opened up the fall season on the road Thursday night with both the varsity and junior varsity squads taking the court in the Battle Creek Triangular.
Both Mustang teams went 0-2, falling to West Point-Beemer before dropping a match to host Battle Creek.
"It was so nice for the team to be back on the court tonight, playing other teams, in uniform, in front of spectators, and getting that first games under our belts," said junior varsity coach Lorry Morfeld said. "I'm so proud of these girls. They are working hard, learning the game, asking questions, stepping up, and stepping in to leadership roles."
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For the full story, including stats and coach's comments, pick up next week's Stanton Register newspaper.
Beginning June 18th, NSAA member schools are permitted to participate in camps, clinics, and summer leagues in all NSAA sanctioned activities except basketball, football, soccer, and wrestling.
Effective immediately NSAA member schools may hold open gyms for basketball, football, soccer, and wrestling with the following restrictions:
Prioritizing the health and safety of all students and staff must remain the focus of each NSAA member school.
It is the responsibility of each NSAA member school to comply with:
Bowling will now be a sanctioned NSAA sport after being approved by the Board of Directors.
The motion needed 31 votes to pass and received the exact amount with 31 for and 20 against.
Bowling will now be a sanctioned sport for the 2020-2021 school year.
The NSAA came up three votes short on sanctioning girls wrestling as a winter sport.
The NSAA Board of Directors needed 31 votes to pass the motion. There were 28 votes for and 23 against, causing it to fail.
The Board of Directors still voted to make girls wrestling an emerging sport, however it will not be sanctioned as a NSAA sport in 2020-2021.
The Northeast Nebraska All-Star Volleyball Teams were recently announced despite the event being canceled due to COVID-19.
Among the players selected was Stanton senior Jasmine Kment.
The event was originally scheduled for June 13 at the Cox Activities Center in Norfolk.
The Dark Team coaches included: Becky Schneider from Clarkson/Leigh High School and Diane Kasselder from Chambers/Wheeler Central High School.
The players selected for the Dark Team were: Tiana Thramer (Summerland High School), Abby Miller (Norfolk Catholic High School), Sidney Stallbaum (Summerland High School), Ashley Koenig (Summerland High School), Megan Ortmeier (North Bend Central High School), Rachel Otten (Wisner-Pilger High School), Jasmine Kment (Stanton High School), Karrin Jindra (Wisner-Pilger High School), Aspin Waterman (Wisner-Pilger High School), Ashlynn Novotny (Clarkson/Leigh High School), Taylor Peter (Chambers/Wheeler Central High School) and Aiden Wortmann (Hartington Cedar Catholic High School).
The players selected for the Light Team were: Hayden Wolf (Norfolk Catholic High School), Lauren Emanuel (North Bend Central High School), Abby Hochstein (Hartington Cedar Catholic High School), Abby Everitt (O’Neill St. Mary’s High School), Emily Armstrong (Wayne High School), Kennedy Benne (Oakland-Craig High School), Hailey Backer (Wayne High School), Caitlin Jarosz (Humphrey St. Francis High School), Allie Schneider (Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family High School), Tria McLean (Battle Creek High School), Riley Seifert (Battle Creek High School) and Brittney Veik (Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family High School).
The Light Team coaches included: Cami Oelsligle from Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family High School and Cody Wintz from Battle Creek High School.