Neligh-Oakdale split its home triangular with Plainview and Bloomfield on Tuesday night, ending a four-match skid.
The Warriors defeated Plainview 25-15, 25-21 after dropping a two-set decision to Bloomfield - 25-23, 25-19.
"We had a lot of highs and lows on the court tonight. We struggled some in that first game, but I was really proud of how the came back in that second game to get the momentum back on our side, to get the team chemistry back, building their confidence," said coach Hannah Hoefer. "
The Warriors will take just their second road trip of the season on Thursday as they travel to Pender to take on the Pendragons and Emerson-Hubbard.
"Adjusting to a road game is a little tougher. You don't have the crowd; you're playing that first game in another gym," Hoefer said. "We go on Thursday to play another road game. . . We want to play to our pace, not to the other team's pace."