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Musketeers Win RBHS Invitational Volleyball Tournament

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The Musketeers celebrating their first place finish in the RBHS Invitational are, left to right, first row, Claire Grohmann (All-Tourney), Lexi Price, Jenna Salger (All-Tourney), Madison Reinhold, Alyssa Cowell (All-Tourney), Kassidy Ellner, Emma Roscow and Katie Schneider; and second row, Asst. Coach Laura Mudd, Makayla Whelan, Sami Lucht, Megan Schrader, Megan Stellhorn, Megan Henry, Hannah Sievers, Olivia Carle, Manager Kailyn Moeller, Manager Bailey Henry and Head Coach Erin Legendre.  							       	              - photos by Shannon Reinhold
The Musketeers celebrating their first place finish in the RBHS Invitational are, left to right, first row, Claire Grohmann (All-Tourney), Lexi Price, Jenna Salger (All-Tourney), Madison Reinhold, Alyssa Cowell (All-Tourney), Kassidy Ellner, Emma Roscow and Katie Schneider; and second row, Asst. Coach Laura Mudd, Makayla Whelan, Sami Lucht, Megan Schrader, Megan Stellhorn, Megan Henry, Hannah Sievers, Olivia Carle, Manager Kailyn Moeller, Manager Bailey Henry and Head Coach Erin Legendre. - photos by Shannon Reinhold

The Red Bud High School volleyball team won a tournament they hosted last weekend. The Musketeers took home first place in the RBHS Invitational. Earning all-tourney honors were Claire Grohmann, Salger (All-Tourney) and (All-Tourney).  

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