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Klondike’s playoff-bound Cougar volleyballers applied the finishing touches to their District 3-1A championship Monday evening. The Cougars spiked the Loraine Bulldogs, 25-14, 25-10, 25-10, in their final match of the regular season. The Cougars are now 27-11 on the year after going 13-1 against league opponents. “It’s a good group mainly in the way that they work so hard together. We’ve got some younger players who’ve really stepped up their games,” Klondike Coach Eva Myers said. “Team chemistry’s always a big key to any sport. For a bunch which hadn’t played that much together until this season you really couldn’t tell it from these ...

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