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Area volleyball roundup

September 12, 2012
Marshall Independent

RTR 3, CMCS 0

The Russell-Tyler-Ruthton volleyball team knocked off 10th-ranked Central Minnesota Christian on Tuesday in Tyler, and did so in decisive fashion. The Knights won 25-19, 25-19, 25-21 to hand the Bluejays their first loss of the season.

Anna Madsen and Destinee Strand each had strong nights serving for RTR. Madsen was 17-for-17 with three aces, and Strand was 16-for-17 with three aces. Madsen also led the team in digs (11), and Strand led in set assists (24).

The Knights' Janel Wichern, Justine Possail and Dana Schaefer each had two ace blocks. Wichern also had a team-high 10 kills.

Kari Blom led the Bluejays' attack with 13 kills.

The victory moves RTR to 5-5 overall and 1-2 in Camden Conference action. The upset-minded Knights resume conference action Thursday at No. 3 Minneota.

CMCS (5-1 overall, 2-1 Camden) plays host to Renville County West on Thursday.

CMCS19 19 21

RTR25 25 25

CMCS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Kristin Slagter 11-13-1, Mary Covert 11-11-0.

Kills: Kari Blom 13, Slagter 9.

Digs: Blom 8, Karisa Wubben 7.

Set Assists: Christine Mikelson 26.

Blocks: Alexis Scott 2.

RTR INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Anna Madsen 17-17-3, Destinee Strand 16-17-3.

Kills: Janel Wichern 10, Leslie Willert 4.

Digs: Madsen 11.

Set Assists: Strand 24.

Blocks: Justine Possail 2, Wichern 2, Dana Schaefer 2.

TMB 3, Dawson-Boyd 0

After playing its first eight matches on the road, the Tracy-Milroy-Balaton volleyball team showed it was very comfortable at home with a sweep of Dawson-Boyd Tuesday in a Camden Conference match in Tracy. The Panthers won the match 25-7, 25-19, 25-22.

Anna Peterson had 16 digs for the Panthers, and Jenna Stoneberg tallied a team-high nine kills. Kassidy Przymus had a strong night serving, going 24-for-24 with an ace.

Kelli Soupir added 10 digs, seven kills and two ace serves for TMB, and Cassie Hook posted 24 set assists.

Dawson-Boyd's Mari Lee had nine kills and an ace block, and Justine Flattum had 16 set assists and nine digs.

The Panthers (2-7 overall, 2-0 Camden) will play at Canby on Thursday, the same day Dawson-Boyd (4-2, 1-2) will host Lakeview.

Dawson-Boyd7 19 22

TMB25 25 25

D-B INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Kylie Schuelke 5-5-1.

Kills: Mari Lee 9, Justine Lee 7.

Digs: Schuelke 13, Justine Flattum 9.

Set Assists: Flattum 16, Andrea Lee 7.

Blocks: M. Lee, Nicole Jurgenson.

TMB INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Kassidy Przymus 24-24-1, Cassie Hook 13-13-1, Sammie Gervais 10-11-0, Kelli Soupir 8-8-2.

Kills: Jenna Stoneberg 9, Soupir 7, Przymus 5, Gervais 3.

Digs: Anna Peterson 16, Soupir 10.

Set Assists: Hook 24.

Blocks: Soupir, Gervais.

Minneota 3, KMS 0

Taylor Reiss had 17 kills and three ace blocks Tuesday night to help lead the third-ranked Minneota volleyball team to a 25-15, 25-17, 25-12 road victory over Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg.

Minneota's Molly Hennen was 12-for-13 serving with three aces. She also had eight kills and a team-high nine digs.

Other leaders for Minneota were Megan Larson, who had 30 set assists, and Hanna Prellwitz, who piled up five ace blocks.

The Vikings (8-2 overall, 3-0 Camden Conference) host Russell-Tyler-Ruthton on Thursday.

Minneota25 25 25

KMS15 17 12

MINNEOTA?INDIVIDUAL?STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Faith Laleman 15-15-0, Molly Hennen 12-13-3, Megan Larson 11-12-1, Taylor Reiss 11-12-1, Karissa Bot 10-13-2, Shelby Corbin 9-9-1.

Kills: Reiss 17, Hennen 8, Hanna Prellwitz 5, Corbin 3.

Digs: Hennen 9, Bot 8, Corbin 8, Payton Boerboom 6, Larson 5, Reiss 5.

Set Assists: Larson 30.

Blocks: Prellwitz 5, Reiss 3, Larson 2, Hennen, Bot.

Lakeview 3, Lincoln HI 0

The Lakeview Lakers made quick work of Lincoln HI Tuesday, sweeping the Rebels 25-12, 25-8, 25-13 in a Camden Conference match played in Ivanhoe.

Briatta Buntjer was 27 of 27 serving with six aces for the Lakers. Madi Nelson added five ace serves in 12 attempts.

Other leaders for Lakeview were Brianna Hoffman (eight kills), Haley Matthys (10 digs) and Kana Barker (21 set assists).

Lincoln HI got four ace serves from Alyssa Otto in the loss.

Lakeview (7-3 overall) plays at Dawson-Boyd on Thursday.

The Rebels (0-9) will try to get their first win of the season Thursday when they travel to take on Ortonville in a nonconference match.

Lakeview25 25 25

Lincoln HI12 8 13

LAKEVIEW INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Serving: Madi Nelson 11-12-5, Briatta Buntjer 27-27-6, Allison Boerboom 14-14-2.

Kills: Brianna Hoffman 8, Tegan VanMoer 7, Boerboom 7.

Digs: Hailey Matthys 10, Bunjter 5, VanMoer 5.

Set Assists: Kana Barker 21

Blocks: Hoffman 1.

LINCOLN HI INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Ace Serves: Alyssa Otto 4.

Kills: Maranda Jerzak 3.

Digs: KaLea DeSmet 2, Morgan Citterman 2.

Set Assists: Caroline Bunjer 5.

Canby 3, RCW 0

The Canby Lancers improved to 8-3 overall by taking down Renville County West in straight sets Tuesday in Renville. The Lancers won the match 25-14, 25-21, 25-21.

Taylor Gorder led the Lancers with 14 kills. She also had seven digs and a pair of ace serves.

Canby's Kristy Schmidt served up 29 set assists, and Hannah Jessen tallied a team-high 15 dig.s

The Lancers continue Camden Conference action Thursday with a home match against Tracy-Milroy-Balaton.

Canby25 25 25

RCW14 21 21

CANBY INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Ace Serves: Taylor Gorder 2, Hannah Jessen, Dani Kontz.

Kills: Gorder 14, Brook Bauman 6, Alenni Nemitz 6.

Digs: Jessen 15, Gorder 7.

Set Assists: Kristy Schmidt 29.

Blocks: Bauman 5, Ricki Kallhoff 2.

Montevideo 3, YME 0

Montevideo picked up a West Central Conference-South victory over Yellow Medicine East Tuesday night in Granite Falls, as the Thunder Hawks swept the Sting 25-19, 25-21, 25-22.

Chyanne Sand had a solid night for the Sting in the losing effort. She tallied a team-high 14 kills and also had three ace blocks.

YME's Maddie Hagert added 14 digs, and Alexis Peters tallied 15 set assists.

YME (1-9 overall, 1-2 WCC) will try to rebound Thursday with a conference match at Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City.

Montevideo25 25 25

YME19 21 22

YME INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Nena McCalla 9-11-1, Megan Odegard 15-17-0, Brooke Blue 4-6-1, Maddie Hagert 6-6-0.

Kills: Chyanne Sand 14, Makayla Dyrdahl 5, Allie Zieske 4, Marissa Sneller 3.

Digs: Hagert 14, McCalla 10.

Set Assists: Alexis Peters 15.

Blocks: Sand 3.

 
 

 

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