Bergan handled Cedar Bluffs in straight sets Tuesday for their 20th win of the season, beating the Wildcats 25-17, 25-10, 25-7.
“We improved as the match went on with our ball control, serving and passing,” said Bergan coach Sue Wewel.
Carlee Hapke led the attack at the service line, landing a team-high six aces in the match.
Kennedy Bacon and Kaitlyn Mlnarik both finished the night with seven kills.
Paige Frickenstein added five kills in the attack while Linden Nosal had a trio of kills and a trio of blocks.
Rebecca Baker dished out 21 assists and also added three aces and eight digs.
Bergan sits at 20-10 on the year following the win.
The Knights will play their final regular season home game and its Senior Night game Thursday against Omaha Concordia.
First serve is set for 7 p.m.