It wasn’t exactly what fans were hoping to see after an exciting win last week as the Indians volleyball team struggled to get things going in a 3-0 (25-14, 25-21, 25-21) loss to New Ulm Cathedral Monday night.

It wasn’t exactly what fans were hoping to see after an exciting win last week as the Indians volleyball team struggled to get things going in a 3-0 (25-14, 25-21, 25-21) loss to New Ulm Cathedral Monday night.
After a slow start in set one, the Indians played much better in set two.
Trailing 23-17 in set two, the Indians rallied back to close the gap to 23-21 behind three straight attacking errors by the Greyhounds.
The Greyhounds settled down, though, and rattled off two straight points to hold off the Indians and take set two 25-21.
The Indians were unable to take advantage of the Greyhounds’ errors in set two. The Greyhounds had eight service errors and five attack errors alone in set two.
In set three the Indians tried to rally back as well. Trailing 21-16, sophomore Madi Heiderscheidt had two straight kills to close the gap to three. After two attack errors by the Greyhounds, the lead was down to just one, but the Greyhounds found a way again to pull away and sealed the sweep on an ace by Jenessa Rothmeier to give the Greyhounds the win.
The Indians had their own mistakes as well as they had 15 attack errors, eight service errors and 24 digging errors.
Senior Josie Schieffert led the way offensively with nine kills. Heiderscheidt had four kills and Mariah Miller and McKenzie Cselovszki each had one kill. Alicia Ibarra had 11 assists in the match,
The Indians have one more regular season game to play before section play starts. They will close out the regular season at home against Springfield on Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. The section meeting for 2A volleyball was held on Oct. 21, but seeds were not available at the time this issue went to press.