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All-Star Volleyball
2017 All-Star Volleyball
Tuesday, July 25th at 7pm (CT) on NET World

The 34th Annual All-Star Volleyball game- live from Lincoln North Star High School!

All-Star Softball
2017 All-Star Softball
Wednesday, July 26th at 5pm (CT) on NET World

The 13th annual All-Star Softball game- live from Bowlin Field at Haymarket Park!

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