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Odds & ends from the Tiger Classic

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by Phil Brozynski

Wheaton Warrenville South served notice that it will not relinquish its state volleyball title without a fight last weekend.

Led by tournament MVP Eric Hardek, the Tigers defeated New Trier, Buffalo Grove and Glenbrook North to win their first Tiger Classic title since 2004. WW South won with only two seniors on its roster – Hardek and libero Brian Williams.

By Phil Brozynski

Naperville North reached the championship game of the Bison Battle at Buffalo Grove Saturday almost by default. The Huskies lost their second game in pool play to Buffalo Grove, then struggled to beat Schaumburg in three. This on the heels of an opening-day loss at Neuqua Valley.

By Phil Brozynski

Because one list just isn’t enough, here are 50 more volleyball players to watch in 2008:

By Phil Brozynski

The Red North Division has dominated Chicago Public Schools boys volleyball, winning seven consecutive city titles and 10 of the last 11. The division figures to produce another city titlist in 2008.

By Phil Brozynski

Wheaton Warrenville South enters the 2008 boys volleyball season heavily favored to win its fourth state title in the past five years, but the list of challengers is impressive.

One of those challengers is Hinsdale Central, which returns seven of its top 10 players from last year’s 34-5 team. The Red Devils will be led by 5-foot-11 senior playmaker Peter Netisingha.

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