Central A Volleyball Preview: A four-team breakdown


Lewistown Golden Eagles (No. 1 Seed)

Record: 8-0 in Central A

Lewistown is the defending Class A state champion and the defending Central A champion. The eagles have yet to lose a match this entire season, despite graduating several key players from last year's championship team. Key players to watch: McCalle Feller, 5-10 middle blocker, Allie Adams, 5-7 setter, Erin Jensen, 5-9 middle hitter.

Livingston Rangers (No. 2 Seed)

Record: 4-4 in Central A

The Rangers went to the state tournament a year ago, and return some outstanding athletes. The Rangers are also the tallest team in the tourney. Livingston swept Havre and Browning this season in conference but lost twice to Belgrade. Key players to watch: Tory Njardvik, 6-0 middle blocker, Courtney Njardvik, 6-2 middle blocker.

Belgrade Panthers (No. 4 seed)

Record: 4-4 in Central A

The Panthers have been consistently good in the Central for the better part of a decade. They also have good size and good depth and this season is no exception. Key players to watch: Dylan Fowler, 5-5 libero, Jordan Porter, 5-9 setter/Outside hitter.

Browning Indians (No. 5 Seed)

Record: 0-8 in Central A

Browning comes into the tournament winless. But as always, the Indians will force whoever they play to play at a high level. Browning is a good defensive team, with good quickness. Key players to watch: Marty Eaglefeathers, 5-5 hitter, Chelsey St. Goddard, 5-3 defensive specialist.


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