BOZEMAN — Kylie Kufeld’s experience this season has provided her with a unique perspective.
Once the euphoria of a 21-0 season and a state championship season settled, there was a little bit of ‘what now?’ for Corvallis’s Kelsey Irwin.
SIDNEY -- Billings Central will be playing for its sixth straight Eastern A title after beating Miles City in Friday’s divisional undefeated semifinal.
It was Senior Night at the Nelles Activities Center, which for the Billings Central Rams volleyball team meant it was Mirrada Clarin Night.
Mirrada Clarin, Billings Central's lone senior, had 19 assists and five aces to help lead the Rams to a 25-13, 18-25, 25-13, 25-16 win over Laurel.
Ellie Hanser had 16 kills, and Billings Central regained control of the Eastern A with a 25-20, 27-25, 25-19 win over Hardin on Saturday at the Nelles Activities Center.
The visiting Billings Senior volleyball contingent was in a giving mood Thursday night at Billings Central’s Nelles Activities Center.
Billings Central volleyball coach Kylie Kufeld learned many valuable lessons playing for Billings Senior’s Jeff Carroll.
LAUREL -- Alix Elliott and Ellie Hanser teamed for 13 kills as Billings Central swept Laurel 25-11, 25-23, 25-20 on Friday night in Eastern A volleyball.
The monthly gathering of the Midland Roundtable is Thursday at noon at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center.
DICKINSON, N.D. -- Billings Central wins one of their three matches on Saturday at the Dickinson Invite.
After dropping the first two sets, Billings Central rallied to win the next three to defeat Miles City in Eastern A volleyball on Tuesday night.
Four of the last five years, a team that has played in the championship match of the Border Wars volleyball tournament has gone on to win its respective state championship.
Billings just might be the setter’s capital of the state this volleyball season. With Senior, Skyview, West and Central all employing a 6-2 offense – an offense that requires two setters – the city has plenty to go around.
Repeat champions? Volleyball has plenty of them.
Taylor Kufeld, a 5-foot-9 guard/forward from Billings Senior, will continue her basketball-playing days in the fall with the women's program at Rocky Mountain College.
With the basketball season less that 24-hours away, it's time to start looking at the local teams. As the first team to start competition here in town, we'll begin with the Billings Senior girls.