The Lady Longhorns can feel it as they continue to battle Hershey in the marathon fourth set Monday, which Chase County eventually won 30-28 after the score was tied 16 times. They went on to win the fifth and the match, sending Chase County to the subdistrict finals. (Johnson Publications photo)

Mallie McNair works to place her hit between the defensive hands of Hershey’s Channing Holm (15) and Emily Barr in subdistrict action Monday. McNair led the team in kills with 18. (Johnson Publications photo)

Sophie Spady grabs the ball for a good pass to setter Madison Schuller in the competitive fourth set Monday night. (Johnson Publications photo)

Making a good stretch for the ball, Ashley Bubak gets the ball up in the air for the set to one of Chase County’s front row hitters. (Johnson Publications photo)

Adelaide Maxwell concentrates on her serve in the Hershey match Monday. She scored two of the team’s five ace serves, and also was in double figures on kills. (Johnson Publications photo)

Girls didn’t give up in five-set subdistrict defeat of Hershey

    After losing the first two sets to Hershey in Monday’s subdistrict opener, it didn’t look good for the Lady Longhorn volleyball team.

Linebacker Trevor Peterson lit up Ogallala’s Josh Swanson to keep the Indians from an all-important two-point conversion in the Longhorns’ 7-6 win to close out the season. (Johnson Publications photo)

The Longhorn defense came up big against Ogallala Friday. Coach Dan Lenners said they rose to the occasion and were often making gang tackles, as show here. (Johnson Publications photo)

Longhorns prevail over Ogallala 7-6

    In practice last week, Head Coach Dan Lenners said his seniors were saying they weren’t going to lose their last game as seniors on their home field.


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