The Horlick High School boys volleyball team worked up more than a little sweat Wednesday night. And their effort paid off.
The Rebels held off Kenosha Bradford 25-19, 24-26, 25-19, 30-32, 17-15 in Horlick's John R. Belden Fieldhouse.
"It was a dogfight all night," Horlick coach Kevin Mielcarek said.
Ty Wagner led Horlick (4-10-2, 2-1 SEC) with 16 kills. Henry Christensen had 33 digs, Eric Barrientez had 22 kills and Tyrique Franklin had five blocks.
INDIAN TRAIL 3, CASE 2: Case, reorganizing its rotation in the last two days with the return of two starters, had a strong performance before losing to state-ranked Indian Trail 25-23, 19-25, 25-22, 23-25, 13-15 in a Southeast Conference match at Kenosha.
The Eagles (10-6, 1-2 SEC) were led by Arman Enright-Contreras, who had 28 kills. Libero David Sandridge had 21 digs and Sebastian Ishman had eight kills, "and hit a couple balls in the middle that really energized us," Case coach Dan Burch said.
Indian Trail is seventh in the most recent Wisconsin Boys Volleyball Coaches Association state poll.
TREMPER 3, PARK 0: Nobal Days, a 6-foot-9 sophomore, was a key presence in the Panthers 25-12, 25-18, 25-19 Southeast Conference loss to Kenosha Tremper at Park. Tremper is ranked sixth in the most recent Wisconsin Boys Volleyball Coaches Association state poll.
"This is one of the best games we played all year," Park coach Pete Leslie said. "We raised our level a little."
Kevin Leslie was strong in serves and, "was moving the ball around," Pete Leslie said.