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Area volleyball roundup

September 5, 2012
Marshall Independent

TMB 3, Lakeview 2

After trailing by two sets, the Tracy-Milroy-Balaton volleyball team came back to win the final three, edging out Lakeview in the Camden Conference opener for both teams, 3-2.

The Panthers won 23-25, 18-25, 25-15, 25-21, 16-14.

Jenna Stoneberg and Kassidy Przymus led TMB (1-1, 1-0 Camden) with 17 kills each, while Anna Peterson was 18-for-18 from the service line with four aces. Cassie Hook recorded 36 set assists in the win while going 12-for-14 with three aces serving. Przymus also added 16 digs.

The Lakers were led by Tegan VanMoer who had 19 kills and a block while Allison Boerboom was 20-for-20 with three aces serving, had eight kills and two blocks.

Kana Barker was 11-of-13 serving with three aces and 30 set assists in the loss.

The Lakers (1-1, 0-1 Camden) are back in action on Thursday when they play host to MACCRAY in Cottonwood, while TMB will travel to Marshall on Friday for the Molten Southwest Minnesota Challenge.

TMB23 18 25 25 16

Lakeview25 25 15 21 14

TMB?INDIVIDUAL?STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Anna Peterson 18-18-4, Cassie Hook 12-14-3, Sammie Gervais 16-16-2.

Kills: Jenna Stoneberg 17, Kassidy Przymus 17, Gervais 7.

Digs: Peterson 16, Przymus 16.

Set Assists: Hook 36.

Blocks: Stoneberg 4, Gervais 2.

LAKEVIEW?INDIVIDUAL?STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Allison Boerboom 20-20-3, Kana Barker 11-13-3, Brianna Hoffman 9-11-2.

Kills: Tegan VanMoer 19, Hoffman 8, Boerboom 8.

Digs: Hailey Matthys 25, Madi Nelson 18, Briatta Buntjer 16.

Set Assists: Barker 30.

Blocks: Hoffman 5, Boerboom 2, VanMoer 1.

Dawson-Boyd 3,?RTR 2

Coming back from two games down, the Dawson-Boyd volleyball team defeated Russell-Tyler-Ruthton in five sets to open the Camden Conference season in Tyler on Thursday night.

The Blackjacks won by scores of 23-25, 18-25, 25-15, 25-22, 16-14.

D-B (4-0, 1-0 Camden) received 13 kills and a block from Mari Lee, while Katarina Kuhlmann was 20-for-22 serving with ace serves, nine kills and 10 blocks in the win.

Kylie Schuelke was 23-for-23 with four aces and also came up with nine digs. Justine Flattum and Andrea Lee had 17 and 15 set assists, respectively.

The Knights (2-1, 0-1 Camden) were led by Janel Wichern who had 15 kills. Justine Possail was 11-for-12 serving with an ace and had 13 blocks. Destinee Strand had 18 digs and 11 set assists in the loss, while Allison Pochardt had 10 set assists.

Both teams will be back in Camden Conference action on Thursday, with RTR on the road at Canby and the Blackjacks playing host to Central Minnesota Christian in Dawson.

DB23 18 25 25 16

RTR25 25 15 22 14

DB INDIVIDUAL?STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Kylie Schuelke 23-23-4, Katarina Kuhlmann 20-22-2.

Kills: Mari Lee 13, Kuhlmann 9.

Digs: Kuhlmann 10, Schuelke 9.

Set Assists: Justine Flattum 17, Andrea Lee 15.

Blocks: M. Lee 1.

RTR INDIVIDUAL?STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Justine Possail 11-12-1, Leslie Willert 18-18-0.

Kills: Janel Wichern 15, Willert 5, Dana Schaefer 5.

Digs: Destinee Strand 18.

Set Assists: Strand 11, Allison Pochardt 10.

Wabasso 3, CM/C 0

The Wabasso volleyball team started its Tomahawk Conference schedule Tuesday with a convincing sweep of Cedar Mountain/Comfrey. The Rabbits won the home match 25-18, 25-18, 25-17 to improve to 2-0 overall.

Kimberly Frank and Desi Kramer had solid nights at the service line, with Kramer going 14 of 15 with four aces and Frank tallying three aces.

Chelsey Guetter led the Rabbits with seven kills and 10 digs, while Frank added 13 set assists and two ace blocks.

The Rabbits continue conference action Thursday when they host New Ulm Cathedral.

CM/C18 18 17

Wabasso25 25 25

WABASSO?INDIVIDUAL?STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Kimberly Frank 15-17-3, Desi Kramer 14-15-4, Chelsey Guetter 8-8-0, Ellen Franta 9-9-1, Morgan Frank 5-8-1.

Kills: Guetter 7, Franta 3.

Digs: Kramer 8, Callie Rohlik 8, Guetter 10, Franta 7.

Set Assists: Larissa Rohlik 4, K. Frank 13.

Blocks: Kendra Eichten 1, Kramer 1, K. Frank 2, M. Frank 2, Guetter 1, Mindy Goblirsch 1.

MACCRAY 3, Lincoln HI 0

The Lincoln HI volleyball team fell to MACCRAY in three games to open the Camden Conference season on Tuesday. The Wolverines won the match 25-21, 25-15, 25-8 in Clara City.

The Rebels (0-2, 0-1 Camden) were led by Jordan Bucholz, who had four kills, while KaLea DeSmet had three kills and eight digs.

Alyssa Otto had six set assists and one ace serve in the loss.

Lincoln HI will be in action again on Thursday night when the Rebels play host to Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg in Ivanhoe for a Camden Conference match.

Lincoln HI21 15 8

MACCRAY25 25 25

LINCOLN?HI?INDIVIDUAL?STATISTICS

Ace Serves: Morgan Citterman 1, Alyssa Otto 1.

Kills Jordan Bucholz 4, KaLea DeSmet 3.

Digs: DeSmet 8, Caroline Bunjer 7.

Set Assists: Otto 6.

BOLD 3, YME 1

After dropping a tight first set, BOLD fought back to defeat Yellow Medicine East 24-26, 25-14, 25-16, 25-8 in a West Central Conference South match played Tuesday in Granite Falls.

Chyanne Sand and Makayla Dyrdahl each had seven kills for the Sting in the losing effort.

Maddie Hagert led YME defensively with 10 digs, and Allie Zieske added two ace blocks.

Among other statistical leaders for the Sting, Alexis Peters finished the night with 14 set assists, and Brooke Blue had two ace serves.

YME (0-3 overall, 0-1 WCC) continues conference play Thursday with a home match against Lac qui Parle Valley.

BOLD24 25 25 25

YME26 14 16 8

YME INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Maddie Hagers 11-11-0, Danie Roden 8-9-1, Chyanne Sand 11-11-0, Brooke Blue 3-4-2, Alexis Peters 6-7-0, Marissa Sneller 6-6-0, Megan Odegard 6-6-0.

Kills: Sand 7, Makayla Dyrdahl 7, Sneller 4.

Digs: Hagert 10, Roden 7.

Set Assists: Peters 14.

Ace Blocks: Allie Zieske 2, Dyrdahl 1, Sand 1.

Windom Area 3, RRC 0

The Red Rock Central volleyball fell to Windom Area 25-6, 25-12, 25-21 on Tuesday night in non-conference play.

The Falcons (0-3 overall) were led by Tegan Derickson, Fern Engen and Katie Larsen, who each had four kills. Derickson added seven set assists.

RRC's Melanie Kedl was 6-for-6 serving with nine digs, while Brooke Rasmussen had 14 digs in the loss.

RRC will be in action again on Thursday night when the Falcons play host to Hills-Beaver Creek in Jeffers to open the Red Rock Conference season.

RRC6 12 21

Windom Area25 25 25

RRC?INDIVIDUAL?STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Melanie Kedl 6-6-0, Hannah Sell 5-5-0.

Kills: Tegan Derickson 4, Fern Engen 4, Katie Larsen 4.

Digs: Brooke Rasmussen 14, Kedl 9.

Set Assists: Derickson 7, Mikaela Smith 7.

Blocks: Engen 1.

 
 

 

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