Kaycee High School’s student section screams a cheer in celebration of Kaycee’s sweeping win against Upton in the second set on Saturday. After losing the first set, the Kaycee Lady Bucs came back to win 25-7 in the second set, completely changing the energy in the gym.
Kaycee High School graduate Cole McDougald lunges in front of the student section to celebrate a Kaycee block on Saturday. The student section was filled with current students and recent grads cheering on the Lady Bucs.
Kaycee High School’s bench screamed in celebration as the players on the court lept into the air in celebration on Saturday. Kaycee was slowly regaining a lead here in the final points of the fourth set.
Kaycee High School’s volleyball team joins the student section in a K-A-Y-C-E-E train cheer before the start of the fifth set on Saturday. Kaycee won the fourth set to tie the match 2-2 before continuing on to win the final set and the match.
Kaycee volleyball fought a long five-set match against Upton for the fifth time this season. But this time, they beat Upton for the East Region Championship title. Kaycee pulled out a 3-2 victory over Upton, winning the second, fourth and fifth sets. This maintained their station as a No. 1 seed going into the state tournament that is being held Nov. 4 in Casper.