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No officials, no problem for the Rimrock Volleyball Club and Juniper Ravens squads

LON AUSTIN - Josie Kasberger, 5, slaps a spike against the Juniper Ravens. After beating the Juniper Ravens earlier in the week, the Cowgirls lost four sets in a row Nov. 24. Kasberger led Rimrock in kills with 11.

The Rimrock Volleyball Club was scheduled to have a busy week last week with three matches on the docket.

However, after dropping a match to the Juniper Ravens, the season ended unexpectedly when the Oregon Health Authority issued new COVID-19 guidelines at least temporarily stopping all indoor sports activities, including practice.

With no officials on Tuesday, when Rimrock played Juniper, the two teams played as many sets as they could before the Crook County boys basketball team was scheduled to have access to the gym, beginning at 7 p.m.

Rimrock had defeated the Juniper Ravens a week earlier, but this time Juniper got the upper hand.

The Ravens took all four sets, winning 25-20, 25-15, 25-22 and 25-22.

Josie Kasberger led Rimrock in kills with 11, while Liz Barker added eight, and Kendall Maycutt chipped in with seven.

Kasberger also led Rimrock from the service line, going 11-11, while Kacie Stafford also had a good serving night, going 12-15 with a pair of aces. Stafford led Rimrock in digs with 29, while Jenny Mckinnon finished with 19 assists and Jacey Ramoss added 12.

Rimrock was scheduled to start the regular club volleyball season on Monday, however, the entire club season is now in jeopardy due to the new COVID guidelines.

The OSAA fall sports season is scheduled to begin on Feb. 22, however, currently that is also in doubt.

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