This year' Prairie’s Fourth Volleyball Season Is Finest Yet svolleyball team has shown great improvement over the past years . With much practice, more experience than last year, and a lot of talented girls the team was ableto finish with arecord of five wins and nine losses, which is a good mprovement over past records. Major letter winners were: Lori Welty, Susar Misfeldt, Jill Johnson, Shauna Holthaus, Jackie Sheely, Stacy Ditch, Tneresa Zalesky, Nancy Cisar, Susan Dryden,Dian Gallagher, Roberta Grom non, Susan Reid, and Diane Mouchka . Otner awards included Susan Misfeldt and Jill Johnson asco ver • captainsHolthaus,most improved , best ser - Shauna Holthaus, best hustle — Shauna— and contributed most — Jackie Sheely—Lori Welty, —Susan Misfeldt, best spiker . Shauna Holthaus was named all con - ference first team .Jill Johnson and Susan Misfeldt made all conference sec ond team. Theresa Zalesky, Jackie Shelly and Stacy Ditch received honorable men - tion. One main change this year was that the freshman team got their own sched ule and sophomores played against both sophomore and J. V .teams. The J but improved a lot by the end of the sea son. They finished with a record of seven wins and seven losses . Chris Winn and Carol Buresh were named as honorable captains, most improved was Kathy Nearad, best server was Margie Rigel, best spiker went to Jenny Pederson and Julie Hofmaster was cited for best hus - tle. V ..had arecord of 7 -4. The sophomore team started out slow - - - - Far Above: Shauna Holthaus and Stacy Ditch give their all against a member of the Kennedy team, which ended by being state champions. Above: Scorekeeper, Amy Bubon, and coaches, Hatcher and Young, watch the action during the meet at Kennedy. Right: Diane Mouchka is ready to block a shot. OO Wnllawholl

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