Sports: The seasons so far for volleyball, women’s soccer, and men’s soccer

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by James Howey

Sports Editor

jhowey@jccc.edu

Volleyball

The Cavs have gotten off to a dominating start to the season. The squad is 7-0 and has yet to lose a set this season. The Cavaliers are tied with are tied with Cowley for the lead in the KJCCC. The Cavs are looking to show they are better than their 13th ranking that the NJCAA put them at. Maren Mair leads the team in hitting percentage at .408 and is second with 51 kills. Jordan Morrison is third in hitting percentage with .321 and leads the squad with 60 kills. Bizzy Chilcoat is second in hitting percentage at .357 and has 44 kills. The next big test for the Cavs is the Kirkwood Invitational, where they will play a lot of tough teams, including Cowley and Parkland.

Related: Photo gallery: August volleyball games

Women’s soccer

The Cavaliers have begun the season with a sold 4-1 record. The squad had a thrilling overtime victory over 15th-ranked Otero Junior College 2-1. The Cavs did suffer a 3-0 defeat by the top-ranked team in the nation, Iowa Western. The Cavs have more non-conference challenges this weekend. The Cavaliers start conference play on September 16 at home against Garden City. Joanna Taylor leads the Cavs in goals with six, Ashlynn Summar is second with four and Sydney Alexander is third with three.

Men’s soccer

Men’s soccer is only two games into the season, but they have not lacked in impressiveness. The Cavs first beat Dakota County Technical College 8-1 and then tied at second-ranked Iowa Western 2-2. The Cavs head to Texas this weekend for a couple of non-conference matchups.

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