Posted On: 07/29/18 7:23 PM

KEARNEY - If the Nebraska Top 10 Camp at Kearney Catholic is any indication – and it usually is – BDS and Ewing have firmly planted their flags as state challengers in Class D-2.

BDS won the D1/D2 championship on Sunday by virtue of having the best championship pool record at 16-2. Ewing finished second at 14-4. When the two teams played each other, they split the match with BDS winning the first set 25-19 and Ewing taking the second 25-17.

Exeter-Milligan, the defending Class D-2 state championships that defeated Ewing in the state finals last November, will play in the C2 division of the camp on Monday and Tuesday.

Complete records and results for the D1/D2 division are located at the end of the story.

Coming into Sunday morning, it was actually Ewing which controlled its own destiny with a 7-1 mark, but the Tigers wound up going 7-3 today while BDS came in at 6-2 and ran the table today at 10-0.

Led by senior outside Jadyn Kleinschmidtand junior setter/RS Regan Alfs, BDS was impressive all day Sunday. BDS doesn’t have great size (Alfs is their tallest player at 5’11) but is able to put six really good

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