Canby 3, CMCS 0
The Canby Lancers defended their home court well Tuesday with a sweep of 10th-ranked Central Minnesota Christian in Camden Conference match in Canby. The Lancers won 25-23, 25-16, 25-19.
Taylor Gorder helped the Lancers improve to 9-4 overall with a team-high 15 kills and four ace serves. Kristy Schmidt had 27 set assists for Canby, and Hannah Jessen recorded a team-high 13 digs.
Alexis Scott had a big night defensively with five ace blocks for CMCS. Kari Blom led the Bluejays with nine kill.
Canby will try add another conference win Thursday when the Lancers travel to Dawson to take on Dawson-Boyd.
CMCS23 16 19
Canby25 25 25
CMCS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Serving (good-att-aces): Alexis Scott 11-11-1, Kari Blom 8-9-0, Mary Covert 16-16-0.
Kills: Blom 9, Covert 7, Scott 5.
Digs: Karissa Wubben 7, Stephanie Link 6.
Set Assists: Christine Mikelson 14.
Blocks: Scott 5, Kristin Slagter 3.
CANBY INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Ace Serves: Taylor Gorder 4, Dani Kontz 3.
Kills: Gorder 15, Ricki Kallhoff 7, Alayna Pederson 5.
Digs: Hannah Jessen 13, Gorder 5.
Set Assists: Kristy Schmidt 27.
Blocks: Kallhoff, Alenni Nemitz, Pederson, Brook Bauman.
TMB 3, MACCRAY 1
The Tracy-Milroy-Balaton volleyball team stayed perfect in Camden Conference play on Tuesday night, defeating MACCRAY in four games in Clara City.
The Panthers (7-7 overall, 4-0 Camden) won 19-25, 25-9, 25-18, 25-21.
Kassidy Przymus and Sammie Gervais led the way for TMB. Each recorded eight kills, while Gervais was 15-for-15 with two ace serves from the line and Przymus was 18-of-21 with two aces.
Jenna Stoneberg racked up seven kills in the win to go with three blocks and a perfect 12-for-12 night serving.
The Panthers will be in action again on Thursday night when they play host to Kerkhoven-Murdoch-Sunburg in Tracy.
TMB19 25 25 25
MACCRAY25 9 18 21
TMB INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Serving (good-att-ace): Sammie Gervais 15-15-2, Kassidy Przymus 18-21-2, Jenna Stoneberg 12-12-0, Cassie Hook 7-7-2.
Kills: Gervais 8, Przymus 8, Stoneberg 7.
Digs:Kelli Soupir 17, Anna Peterson 12.
Set Assists: Hook 26.
Blocks: Stoneberg 3.
MACCRAY INDIVIDUAL STATS
Serving (good-att-ace): Brooklyn Gould 9-11-3, Ashley Dirksen 13-16-2, Emily Orwick 9-10-2.
Kills:Gould 14, Dirksen 13, Taylor Grussing 9.
Digs: Molly Friese 19, Gould 18, Laura Hauser 11.
Set Assists: Aleah Schwitters 41.
RTR 3, KMS 2
Spurred on by a commanding performance by Janel Wichern, the Russell-Tyler-Ruthton Knight defeated Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg in five sets Tuesday night in Kerkhoven: 20-25, 25-17, 25-21, 15-25 and 15-13.
Wichern led the Knights in kills (19) and digs (14) during the Camden Conference victory. Anna Madsen pitched in with 11 digs and was 14 of 15 serving during the match.
With the win, the Knights move to 6-6 overall (2-3 Camden Conference). RTR will be back on the court Thursday when the Knights host Lincoln HI in Tyler.
RTR20 25 25 15 15
KMS25 17 21 25 13
Serving: Anna Madsen 14-15-0, Janel Wichern 12-15-1.
Kills: Wichern 19, Leslie Willert 9.
Digs: Wichern 14, Madsen 11, Destinee Strand 11.
Set Assists: Strand 10.
Minneota 3, Lakeview 0
The Minneota volleyball team extended its win streak to nine matches with a 3-0 sweep of Lakeview Tuesday night in Cottonwood. The third-ranked Vikings remained unbeaten in the Camden Conference with a 25-13, 25-12, 25-16 victory.
Taylor Reiss and 16 kills, eight digs and three ace serves for the Vikings. Shelby Corbin added six ace serves and eight digs, while Megan Larson tallied 29 set assists. Hanna Prellwitz led the Vikings' defense at the net with four ace blocks.
The Lakers got 11 digs from Hailey Matthys, and Brianna Hoffman tallied a team-high five kills.
Minneota (15-2 overall) resumes conference play Thursday with a home match against Central Minnesota Christian. The Lakers (9-7) are back in action Sept. 25 with a home match against Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg.
Minneota25 25 25
Lakeview13 12 16
MINNEOTA INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Serving (good-att-aces): Taylor Reiss 16-18-3, Shelby Corbin 13-15-6, Faith Laleman 12-12-0.
Kills: Reiss 16, Molly Hennen 8.
Digs: Reiss 8, Corbin 8, Megan Larson 7, Laleman 6.
Set Assists: Larson 29.
Blocks: Hanna Prellwitz 4, Reiss 2, Larson.
LAKEVIEW INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Serving: Madi Nelson 9-9-0, Tegan VanMoer 8-8-0.
Kills: Brianna Hoffman 5, VanMoer 4, Katie Timm 3.
Digs: Hailey Matthys 11, Briatta Bunjter 8, VanMoer 6.
Set Assists: Nelson 7.
Blocks: Hoffman 2, VanMoer.
Dawson-Boyd 3, CGB 0
Dawson-Boyd made quick work of non-conference opponent Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley on Tuesday night. The Blackjacks defeated the Wolverines in straight sets in Dawson; 25-18, 25-8 and 25-10.
Mari and Justine Lee combined for 21 kills in the sweep, while Justine also contributed with 15 digs. Kylie Schuelke paced the Blackjacks with 17 digs. Justine Flattum and Andrea Lee were the top servers and setters for Dawson-Boyd in the match. Flattum had four aces and 16 set assists, while Lee had three aces and 12 set assists.
Next up for Dawson-Boyd (8-3 overall, 2-2 Camden Conference) is a Camden Conference showdown with the Canby Lancers. The Blackjacks will host the Lancers at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday in Dawson.
CGB18 8 10
DB25 25 25
Serving (aces): Justine Flattum 4, Andrea Lee 3.
Kills: Mari Lee 12, Justine Lee 9, Katarina Kuhlmann 8.
Digs: Kylie Schuelke 17, J. Lee 15, Kuhlmann 14.
Set Assists: Flattum 16, A. Lee 12.
Blocks: Nicole Jurgensen 3, M. Lee 1.
Wabasso 3, BL-H-S 1
Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart nearly brought their match with Wabasso to a deciding fifth set on Tuesday night, but the Rabbits held on late for a four-set win over the Mustangs in Wabasso.
The Rabbits (8-2 overall, 2-1 Tomahawk Conference) won the first two sets 25-19 and 25-13 before dropping the third set 21-25. In the final set, extra points were needed for Wabasso to gain the two-point advantage, ultimately winning 28-26.
Desi Kramer led the Rabbits on 25-for-26 serving with a pair of aces. She also had seven kills and eight digs. Chelsey Guetter had a team-high nine kills for Wabasso, while chipping in with 10 digs. Kimberly Frank had 27 set assists to go along with her eight kills and three serving aces in the win.
Wabasso resumes play on Thursday when they host the Springfield Tigers in a Tomahawk Conference tilt.
BL-H-S19 13 25 26
Wabasso25 25 21 28
Serving (good-att-ace): Desi Kramer 25-26-2, Larissa Rohlik 15-17-1, Chelsey Guetter 11-12-3, Kimberly Frank 9-12-3, Morgan Frank 8-11-0.
Kills: Guetter 9, M. Frank 8, K. Frank 8, Kramer 7.
Digs: Ellen Franta 12, Guetter 10, Erin Liebl 9, Kramer 8.
Set Assists: K. Frank 27, Rohlik 14.
Blocks: K. Frank 1, Franta 1.
WWG 3, Ellsworth 0
Westbrook-Walnut Grove had no problem against Ellsworth Tuesday, as the Chargers won the home Red Rock Conference match 25-8, 25-14, 25-16.
The win moves the Chargers to 12-3 overall and 2-1 in conference action.
Abby Herding and Madison Takle each had three ace serves for WWG. Paige Erickson led the team's attack with nine kills, and Hailey Osland added seven kills, seven digs and three block assists.
The Chargers are off for the rest of the week. Their next match is Monday at Wabasso.
Ellsworth8 14 16
WWG25 25 25
WWG INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Serving (good-att-aces): Abby Herding 14-15-3, Kelsi Wahl 13-14-2, Madison Takle 9-9-3.
Kills: Paige Erickson 9, Hailey Osland 7, Dayna Comnick 6, Wahl 4.
Digs: Osland 7, Comnick 3, Herding 3.
Set Assists: Herding 20.
Blocks (solo-assists): Takle 1-1, Osland 0-3, Erickson 0-1, Herding 0-1.
MCC 3, Fulda 0
The Murray County Central volleyball team moved over the .500 mark with a sweep of Fulda Tuesday in Fulda. The Rebels won the Red Rock Conference match 25-16, 25-16, 25-21.
Jade Giese had a huge night serving for the Rebels, going 28-for-30 with 10 ace serves.
Kristi Bose and Taylor Schreier each had seven kills to lead the Rebels' attack, and Hannah Schmidt had a team-high 23 digs.
MCC (4-3 overall) hits the road Thursday to play Southwest Minnesota Christian.
MCC25 25 25
Fulda16 16 21
MCC INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Ace Serves: Jade Giese 10.
Kills: Kristi Bose 7, Taylor Schreier 7, Mckenzie Schmitz 5, Ashley Clarke 5.
Digs: Hannah Schmidt 23, Bose 13.
Set Assists: Paris Thomas 9, Giese 9.
Blocks: Schmitz 2, Macy Halbur 2.
SWC 3, RRC 0
The Red Rock Central Falcons were swept at home Tuesday night by Southwest Minnesota Christian; 25-17, 25-19 and 25-23.
Freshman setter Mikaela Smith did her best to prevent the loss, going 16-for-16 serving with an ace and totaling 11 set assists. Senior Tegan Derickson had 14 set assists for the Falcons as well. Middle hitter Fern Engen led the Falcons with seven kills and two ace blocks in the match.
With the loss, the Falcons fall to 3-8 overall (1-2 Red Rock Conference). RRC will travel to Edgerton on Thursday for a matchup with the Flying Dutchmen and looking to get back in the win column against their conference foe.
RRC17 19 23
SWC25 25 25
Serving: Mikaela Smith 16-16-1, Katie Larsen 9-9-1, Melanie Kedl 7-7-1.
Kills: Fern Engen 7, Larsen 6, Chloe Arfsten 6, Cassandra Erickson 4.
Digs: Arfsten 15, Brooke Rasmussen 10, Erickson 9.
Set Assists: Tegan Derickson 14, Smith 11.
Blocks: Engen 2, Larsen 1.
RCW 3, Lincoln HI 0
Morgan Zaske had four ace serves, seven kills and eight digs to help lead Renville County West to a 25-14, 25-14, 25-19 win over Lincoln HI Tuesday in Ivanhoe.
Sadie Treml had three ace serves and 20 set assists for the Jaguars in the victory.
The Rebels, who are still searching for their first win, got four ace serves from Maranda Jerzak and five digs from Morgan Citterman.
Lincoln HI returns to the court Thursday for a road match against Russell-Tyler-Ruthton.
RCW25 25 25
Lincoln HI14 14 19
LINCOLN HI INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Ace Serves: Maranda Jerzak 4
Kills: Alyssa Otto 2
Digs: Morgan Citterman 5.
Set Assists: Caroline Bunjer 2
RCW INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Serving (good-att-aces): Morgan Zaske 14-15-4, Molly Elliot 10-10-0, Sadie Treml 15-17-3.
Kills: Zaske 7, Grace Robertson 6.
Set Assists: Treml 20
Blocks: Liz Dressen 4.