• Keith Hjelle

IGHSAU Announces Regional VB Pairings

Pairings for class 2A regional volleyball tournaments were announced today by the Iowa Girls' High School Athletic Union. The ACGC Chargers (14 wins, 7 losses) earned a bye in the first round of competition and will face the winner of Madrid (10-12) and Panorama (6-15) in the quarterfinal round in a match that will be played on the Charger home court on Monday, October 23 at 7 PM.

The Chargers are in the upper bracket of Region 3. Besides the three above mentioned teams, other teams in the upper bracket are Avoca-Shelby-Tenant-Walnut (12-9) which faces Underwood (5-20) in the first round and Council Bluffs St. Albert (20-2) which will face the the winner of AHSTW and Underwood.

The lower bracket consists of Woodward Granger (14-10) which will face Ogden (8-9) in the first round, Ft. Dodge St. Edmonds (14-11) which will meet Eagle Grove (1-22) in the first round, and Tri-Center (22-2) and IKM-Manning (19-10), both of which drew first round byes.

All regional matches began at 7PM. The winner of the regional tournament will advance to the state tournament.


Tue, Oct 17 Mon, Oct 23 Thu, Oct 26 Tue, Oct 31

First round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals

Underwood First round winner

at at CB St. Albert

AHSTW Quarterfinal winners

at CG St. Albert

Panorama First round winner

at at ACGC

Madrid Semifinal winners

at Underwood


First round Quarterfinals

Ogden First round winner

at at Tri-Center

Woodward-Gr Quarterfinal winners

at Tri-Center

Eagle Grove First round winner

at at IKM-Manning

Ft. Dodge St. Ed

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