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Niles Freshmen Volleyball falls to Lakeshore in three

The Niles Freshmen Volleyball team fell in three tonight to Lakeshore. It was a tough battle but we couldn’t finish in the end, losing 20-25, 25-23, and 12-15. We played a great volleyball match. Our defense was outstanding, our serve receive was the best I’ve seen it, and we played some amazingly long rallies back

Niles Volleyball loses to Lakeshore

The Niles Varsity Volleyball Team lost to Lakeshore tonight 30-28, 21-25, 18-25, and 19-25. We never really flowed together as a team.  We were hesitant, not working together, or communicating well.  We have to trust each other on the court, and when we don’t there is a mental and physical breakdown. The focus has to

Niles JV Volleyball take Lakeshore in three

The Niles JV Volleyball took Lakeshore in three tonight.  It was the best I have seen them play all year beating them 20-25, 25-13 and 15-13. I was so impressed and proud to see the dedication and drive these girls had tonight. All season I have told them to never give up in a game

Rodts brothers have come a long way

Sam Rodts gained an inch in height Monday after the Niles boys soccer district tournament match against Lakeshore. Sam thought he was 6-foot-5. His older brother Danny corrected him. “He’s 6-6 and I’m 6-7,” said Danny, who is a 2007 Niles High School graduate. Sam agreed. The two brothers have come a long ways in

Vikings fall to Gull Lake 24-19

Whatever magical playmaking abilities aided the Niles Vikings football program in its incredible upset of the St. Joe Bears last week completely vanished for the first three and a half quarters of its 24-19 homecoming loss to Gull Lake Friday night. The Vikings’ offense was only able to muster a measly 16 yards total offense

JV Volleyball results

The Niles JV Volleyball team fell short to St. Joe tonight, 25-18, 22-25, and 11-15. It was a hard loss for the girls tonight. We are one win away from getting 30 wins this season and as a team we wanted it badly. Tonight was a game of who had less mistakes and unfortunately in