Waukon volleyball team wins five matches for first home tournament championship since 2004 season

The Waukon volleyball team pulled off a feat that has not been accomplished in 10 years, as the Indian netters played to the tournament championship of their own home invitational in the friendly confines of the Waukon High School gymnasium Saturday, September 20. The Tribe went undefeated in five matches on the day, losing just two of 12 sets played at the tournament, to win the event for the first time since the 2004 season.
Now holding a 12-5 overall match record, 0-1 in Northeat Iowa Conference (NEIC) play, the Indians were scheduled to return to dual match play Tuesday, September 23 at home against Oelwein in a NEIC match. They will then travel to Class 4A top-15 rated Waverly-Shell Rock Tuesday, September 30 before hosting their final home dual match of the season Thursday, October 2 against New Hampton.

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