Five Star Performer - BDS Volleyball

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LINCOLN, Neb. (KSNB) - Bruning Davenport/Shickley volleyball won the Class D2 State Volleyball title for the second straight year. The Eagles took down Humphrey St. Francis in five sets, each match BDS won over the weekend was in five sets.

"It's honestly, it's the same," BDS junior, Macy Kamler said. "You just have so much adrenaline, like no words can ever describe it."

Kamler led the Eagles with 30 kills but senior Regan Alfs who had the kill on championship point.

"What was going through my mind was my mother yelling, 'Swing!' Alfs said. "She gets made when I tip so I gotta go for it so I swung and it hit off a block and it worked so."

In sports, you always want to be the last team standing. To do it two years in a row takes a lot of dedication and for BDS it took a lot of heart.

"If you guys want to win this match it's gotta come from the heart. You have all the little tools. You have all the fundamentals but it's gotta come from the heart. You have to want it more than the team on the other side and I truly believe that they stepped it up and they pulled it out. They wanted it a little bit more than the other side and they played with a lot of heart."

"If you guys want to win this match it's gotta come from the heart. You have all the little tools. You have all the fundamentals but it's gotta come from the heart. You have to want it more than the team on the other side and I truly believe that they stepped it up and they pulled it out. They wanted it a little bit more than the other side and they played with a lot of heart."

" You have all the little tools. You have all the fundamentals but it's gotta come from the heart," BDS volleyball coach Kari Jo Alfs said. "You have to want it more than the team on the other side and I truly believe that they stepped it up and they pulled it out. They wanted it a little bit more than the other side and they played with a lot of heart."

BDS has two volleyball titles in school history and they have both come in the last two years.