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WYNOT - A contentious five-set match ended in Wynot’s favor on Monday night over Randolph. The Blue Devils won the fourth and fifth set to come back and earn the win over the Cardinals

Wynot won 25-14 14-25 23-25 26-24 15-11 on Monday night.

Each team went on a run in the first two sets, and the teams split them 1-1. From the third set on though it became really contentious as the energy heightened.

Randolph would win a close third set and would fight back in the fourth set to try and seal a victory.

Down 20-24, Randolph senior Sophia Harder went on a streak at the service line through two timeouts and a thunderous Wynot audience cheering along the way. 

“She is a senior and she has been playing for a few years,” said Randolph coach Rob Engel. “So that is the type of step up moment you want to see out of your kids and everyone rose to the occasion. We love to see that.”

Randolph would tie the match up at 24-24, but Wynot fought to win the next two points to take the fourth set and force a decisive fifth set.

“That fight came probably more from us challenging them as a unit to play more as one solid team instead of six individuals,” said Wynot head coach Tammy Wieseler. “When you put it in perspective and start playing for your teammates instead of focusing on your own mistakes it is a lot easier to push through that stuff.”

The Blue Devils would win the final set 15-11 to take the victory. Wieseler went on to say after the game that matches that take five sets and are challenging like against rival Randolph will help strengthen the team.

“I think with us playing a lot of these tougher teams and playing long matches with them, it will really help us continue to play strong through October.”

The win for Wynot puts the team at 7-2 on the season, while Randolph falls to 7-12. Both teams now head into October to finish out the regular season before potentially meeting back up in the conference tournament from October 20-23.

Randolph 14 25 25 24 11

Wynot 25 14 23 26 15


Wynot - Katelyn Heine, 11; Karley Heimes, 11; Shaelee Planer, 11; Whitney Hochstein, 4; Edyn Sudbeck, 4; Kaitlyn Heimes, 4; Emersyn Sudbeck, 1; Michaela Lange, 1. Randolph - Shannon Haselhorst, 4; Sophia Harder, 4; Jaiden Taylor, 3; Carlie Nordhues, 2; Kelsie Eledge, 1.


Wynot - Edyn Sudbeck, 19; Emersyn Sudbeck, 14; Whitney Hochstein, 2; Karley Heimes, 1; Michaela Lange, 1; Shaelee Planer, 1; Kaitlyn Heimes, 1. Randolph - 


Wynot - Michaela Lange, 4; Shaelee Planer, 4; Edyn Sudbeck, 2; Emersyn Sudbeck, 2; Kaitlyn Heimes, 1; Autumn Lawson, 1. Randolph - Carlie Nordhues, 5; Emma Bermel, 4; Sophia Harder, 2; Jaiden Taylor, 2.


Wynot - Shaelee Planer, 5; Whitney Hochstein, 4; Kaitlyn Heimes, 3; Karley Heimes, 2; Katelyn Heine, 1; Edyn Sudbeck, 1. Randolph - Sophia Harder, 3; Kelsie Eledge, 1; Carlie Nordhues, 1; Jaiden Taylor, 1.


Wynot - Emersyn Sudbeck, 20; Noelle Wieseler, 18; Katelyn Heine, 15; Kaitlyn Heimes, 12; Michaela Lange, 10; Shaelee Planer, 9; Edyn Sudbeck, 7; Whitney Hochstein, 4; Karley Heimes, 4.  Randolph - Gracie Eledge, 11; Emma Bermel, 3; Carlie Nordhues, 3; Kayla Nordhues, 2; Keely Pinkelman, 2; Shannon Haselhorst, 1.

HOMER - Wynot improves to 6-2 on the season with a three-set sweep over Homer. The Lady Blue Devils commanded the game, winning 25-9 25-10 25-20.

Shaelee Planer led the way with 11 kills, while Edyn Sudbeck led the team with 17 set assists.

On defense, Emersyn Sudbeck led the team with 13 digs, and Whitney Hochstein and Shaelee Planer tied for the most blocks with two each.

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PONCA - Wynot volleyball earned the second loss of the season when the team traveled to Ponca for a triangular match.

The Lady Blue Devils defeated Emerson-Hubbard — 25-7 25-9 — and lost to Ponca — 25-20 10-25 22-25.

Wynot saw a solid rotation of girls between the two games. Junior Shaelee Planer led her team with five kills against Emerson-Hubbard, and she was one of eight girls to earn a kill on the night. Freshman Karley Heimes posted seven kills against Ponca to lead her team in the loss. It is the first time the freshman has led the team in a match. She also finished with four against E-H, right behind Planer.

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SPENCER - It took five sets, but Wynot came out on top against Boyd County.

The Lady Blue Devils put together a strong defensive effort as a team. The team grabbed an astounding 150 digs on the night, with Noelle Wieseler leading the way with 33. In total, seven of nine girls ended up with more than 10 digs, and five had more than 20.

While it was a team effort on defense, Edyn Sudbeck shined as a hitter on offense. Leading her team with 17 kills, she was the only player to eclipse more than nine on the night. She also contributed 15 

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