NEBRASKA CITY - Sophomore Ella Waters had 10 kills and two blocks, sophomore Maisie Boesiger finished with 22 assists and the No. 3 Norris volleyball team made quick work of Nebraska City Tuesday night, 25-15, 25-5, 25-9 (3-0).

The Titans were playing with their full lineup for the first time this season. Senior Paige Wilkinson and junior Brianna Stai missed the first two weeks due to injury.

Norris (7-0) dealt with four errors in the first set as they adjusted to their new lineup, according to Head Coach Christina Boesiger. The 20th-year head coach felt like her team passed much better after the first set, which allowed them to control the tempo and stay aggressive the rest of the way.

"I wasn't worried. I knew it'd be fine. Whenever you're working your way into looking at something new again, it led to a few errant passes. We've been in situations where they've been down before this season and they've never really got rattled. I feel like that's kind of a strength of theirs. They keep their composure, trust that it's going to happen and they'll come around." 

The Titans host Plattsmouth (4-2) on Thursday.

In other Norris sports news, junior Libero Molly Ramsey signed to play volleyball at Kansas State on Tuesday.

Nebraska City drops to 2-4 and will be at Seward (4-2) on Thursday.

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