Hernando Junior Varsity Volleyball

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Lady Leopards Kick-Off HOF Week With a W

The Lady Leopard volleyball team kicked-off Hall of Fame week with a sweep of River Ridge as the JV defeated the Knights 25-19, 25-20 and the varsity team took down the visitor 25-19, 25-23 and 25-21. The varsity team improved to 5-4 and the JV team now stands at 8-1. The Lady Leopards were led

Volleyball Claws Citrus 3-1

The Hernando volleyball team defeated Citrus High School 3-1 (25-16, 19-25, 25-23, 25-19) to improve their record to 3-3. The Lady Leopards had several standouts, led by junior Olivia Balogh who led with a game high 14 kills and 17 digs. Junior Nicole Williams added 10 kills. Junior Riley Gowing dished out 22 assist and

JV Football & JV Volleyball Win, Varsity Volleyball Falls

The Lady Leopard Volleyball team improved to a perfect 5-0 record with their 2-0 victory over Weeki Wachee at the Hornets Nest. The varsity team fell to the Lady Hornets 3-1.  The JV football team hosted the Hornets and defeated Weeki Wachee with a score of 56-6. The JV football team improved to 2-1 on

Lady Leopards Blow Away Hurricanes

The Lady Leopard volleyball team defeated host Citrus High School 3-0 to improve their record to 2-2. The Lady Leopards were led by Olivia Balogh’s 14 kills. Nicole Williams added 11 kills. Liv Hatten had a game high 15 digs and Hayden Kimbrough served 5 aces.  Riley Gowing had a game high of 22 assist.

Balogh Leads Lady Leopards Over Springstead

The Lady Leopard volleyball team defeated Springstead High School 3-2 in a county volleyball game.  Olivia Balogh led the ladies with 19 kills and 37 digs. Riley Gowing also had a strong night as she collected 18 assist, 5 aces and 20 digs. Liv Hatten had a team high 20 assist. The Lady Leopards also

JV Football and JV Volleyball Victorious

The JV football team opened their season off with a 41-6 victory over Central High School. Gabe Tafelski led the offensive explosion with three rushing touchdowns and the defense held the Bears to under 50 yards of total offense.  The Leopard D was led by Robert “Pitbull” Turner with 2 QB sacks and 3 TFL’s.