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Area volleyball roundup

October 10, 2012
Marshall Independent

Minneota 3, Dawson-Boyd 0

Third-ranked Minneota extended its win streak to 14 matches and snapped an eight-match win streak by Dawson-Boyd in a battle between two of the hottest team in the Camden Conference.

The Vikings won a tight first set 26-24, then cruised to wins in the following two sets (25-12, 25-13).

Taylor Reiss had 20 kills and nine digs for the Vikings, who improve to 20-2 overall and 10-0 in the Camden Conference. Molly Hennen was 23 of 23 serving with 12 kills and 17 digs.

Other top contributors for the Vikings were Hanna Prellwitz, who had five ace blocks, and Megan Larson, who tallied 36 set assists.

Dayson Boyd's Justine Lee was 17-for-17 serving with three aces. She also had 13 digs. Katarina Kuhlmann led the Blackjacks with seven kills, and Kylie Schuelke had a team-high 17 digs.

Dawson-Boyd falls to 15-4 overall (7-3 Camden) and returns to action Friday for the two-day Subway Classic in Marshall.

The Vikings are off until Friday when they begin play in a tournament in Apple Valley.

Minneota26 25 25

D-B24 12 13

MINNEOTA INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Molly Hennen 23-23-0, Faith Laleman 14-15-0, Megan Larson 8-9-1, Taylor Reiss 7-8-1, Shelby Corbin 6-6-0, Karissa Bot 5-7-3.

Kills: Reiss 20, Hennen 12, Corbin 6, Larson 3, Hanna Prellwitz 2.

Digs: Hennen 17, Corbin 11, Larson 9, Reiss 9, Laleman 6.

Set Assists: Larson 36.

Blocks: Prellwitz 5, Reiss 2, Bot.

D-B INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Justin Lee 17-17-3.

Kills: Katarina Kuhlmann 7, Mari Lee 6.

Digs: Kylie Schuelke 17, J. Lee 13.

Set Assists: Andrea Lee 12, Justine Flattum 17.

Blocks: Nicole Jurgenson 3, M. Lee 1.

TMB 3, Lincoln HI 0

Tracy-Milroy-Balaton snapped a three-match losing streak with a sweep of Lincoln HI Tuesday in Ivanhoe. The Panthers won the match 25-13, 25-11, 25-12 to improve to 12-13 overall and 8-2 in the Camden Conference.

Jenna Stoneberg had a team-high nine kills for the Panthers, and Kassidy Przymus added eight. Cassie Hook added four ace serves to go with her 25 set assists, and Kelli Soupir was 14 of 14 serving with two aces.

The Rebels got four kills from KaLea DeSmet in the loss.

TMB is back in action Thursday with a non-conference match against Windom in Tracy. Lincoln HI will be in the Subway Classic, which begins Friday in Marshall.

TMB25 25 25

Lincoln HI13 11 12

TMB INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Kelli Soupir 14-14-2, Anna Peterson 13-13-0, Cassie Hook 6-7-4.

Kills: Jenna Stoneberg 9, Kassidy Przymus 8, Soupir 7, Sammie Gervais 6.

Digs: Soupir 6, Peterson 5.

Set Assists: Hook 25.

Blocks: Gervais 2, Soupir, Stoneberg.

LINCOLN HI INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Ace Serves: Alyssa Otto, Caroline Bunjer.

Kills: KaLea DeSmet 4.

Digs: DeSmet 3, Morgan Citterman 3.

SW United 3, RRC 2

Up 2-1 after three sets, the Red Rock Central volleyball team was unable to close out Southwest United in a Red Rock Conference match Tuesday in Okabena. The Wildcats bounced back to win the final two sets and take the match 25-21, 20-25, 22-25, 26-24, 15-12.

Chloe Arfsten was 23 of 24 serving with four aces for the Falcons in the losing effort. She also had nine kills. Cassandra Erickson led RRC in both kills (10) and digs (18).

Fern Engen had a strong night defensively for RRC with one solo block and seven block assists to go with her nine kills.

The Falcons (8-9 overall, 5-3 RRC) will try to bounce back Thursday in a home match against Westbrook-Walnut Grove.

RRC21 25 25 24 12

SWU25 20 22 26 15

RRC INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Chloe Arfsten 23-24-4, Katie Larsen 17-17-3, Tegan Derickson 14-14-2.

Kills: Cassandra Erickson 10, Arfsten 9, Fern Engen 9.

Digs: Erickson 18, Brooke Rasmussen 13, Derickson 12.

Set Assists: Derickson 14, Mikaela Smith 14.

Blocks (solo-assists): Engen 1-7, Derickson 0-3.

Wabasso 3, Willmar 2

After five sets in Wabasso on Tuesday, the Rabbits emerged with a non-conference victory over the Willmar Cardinals 25-17, 16-25, 25-22, 8-25, 15-9.

Kimberly Frank was central to Wabasso's plans in the win, factoring in every major statistical category. The senior setter led the Rabbit's 6-2 offense with 20 set assists to go along with 12 kills. Frank also had three aces on 20-for-22 serving and picked up a team-high 20 digs. She also had an ace block, one of five solo blocks for the Rabbits on the night.

Primary contributions to the victory also came from Chelsey Guetter, who had 15 kills and 17 digs, and Desi Kramer, who had a dozen kills and digs. Larissa Rohlik put up 17 set assists, while Mindy Goblirsch led the Rabbits with five total blocks (two solo, three assists).

The Rabbits (14-4 overall, 6-2 Tomahawk Conference) will bring a six-game winning streak with them this weekend, as they resume play as part of the Subway Classic at Southwest Minnesota State University.

Willmar17 25 22 25 9

Wabasso25 16 25 8 15

WABASSO INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Kimberly Frank 20-22-3, Larissa Rohlik 18-21-0, Desi Kramer 13-13-0, Ellen Franta 12-12-0, Chelsey Guetter 9-9-0,

Kills: Guetter 15, Kramer 12, K. Frank 12.

Digs: K. Frank 20, Guetter 17, Mindy Goblirsch 14, Erin Leibl 12, Kramer 12, Rohlik 9.

Set Assists: K. Frank 20, Rohlik 17.

Blocks (solo-assist): Kramer 1-0, K. Frank 1-0, M. Frank 1-2, Guetter 0-1, Goblirsch 2-3.

WWG 3, Mountain Lake Area 1

Strong serving lifted the Westbrook-Walnut Grove Chargers to a Red Rock Conference win over Mountain Lake Area Tuesday night in Westbrook.

Abby Herding was 21-for-22 with five aces, and Dayna Comnick went 23-for-23 with three aces to guide the Chargers to a four-set victory over the Wolverines 25-20, 18-25, 25-16, 25-13.

Hailey Osland, too, had a solid serving night for WWG, finishing 16 of 16 and knocking down a team-high 17 kills. Comnick had 11 kills to go along with her team-high seven digs. Herding had 35 set assists for the Chargers as well as an ace block and block assist. Madison Takle had three ace blocks in the win.

The Chargers (18-3 overall, 7-1 conference) travel to Jeffers for a Red Rock Conference matchup on Thursday.

MLA20 25 16 13

WWG25 18 25 25

WWG INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Dayna Comnick 23-23-3, Abby Herding 21-22-5, Hailey Osland 16-16-0.

Kills: Osland 17, Paige Erickson 12, Comnick 11.

Digs: Comnick 7, Shiney Her 6.

Set Assists: Herding 35.

Blocks (solo-assist): Madison Takle 3-1, Herding 1-1.

RCW 3, Lakeview 1

The Lakeview Lakers dropped their second match in as many days after falling 3-1 to Renville County West on Tuesday.

Lakeview stole the first set 25-23, but could not repeat the feat as they lost the next three sets 25-21, 25-16, 25-19 to fall to 9-13 overall (2-8 Camden Conference).

Alli Boerboom led the attack for the Lakers with nine kill and two aces on 11 of 13 serving. She also had three ace blocks, tie with Brianna Hoffman for the team lead. Hoffman and Tegan VanMoer each had seven kills. Madi Nelson had 25 set assists in defeat for the Lakers.

Lakeview is off until Saturday when it will travel to Pipestone for a tournament.

Lakeview25 21 16 19

RCW23 25 25 25

LAKEVIEW INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Alli Boerboom 11-13-2, Madi Nelson 15-18-1, Tegan VanMoer 9-14-1, Whitney Fischer 9-9-0.

Kills: Boerboom 9, VanMoer 7, Brianna Hoffman 7.

Digs: Kana Barker 10, VanMoer 9, Fischer 8.

Set Assists: Nelson 25.

Blocks: Boerboom 3, Hoffman 3, VanMoer 1, Rachel Kurtenbach 1.

Canby 3, KMS 0

The Canby volleyball team extended its win streak to four matches after sweeping Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 25-11, 25-18, 25-11 Tuesday in a Camden Conference match in Kerkhoven.

Ricki Kallhoff had five ace blocks in the match for Canby, and Alayna Pederson added three of her own.

Canby's Taylor Gorder tallied 16 kills, and Kristy Schmidt had 26 set assists.

The Lancers (15-8-1 overall) play in a tournament in Pipestone Saturday.

Canby25 25 25

KMS11 18 11

CANBY INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Ace Serves: Kristy Schmidt 2.

Kills: Taylor Gorder 16, Ricki Kallhoff 6.

Digs: Hannah Jessen 8, Dani Kontz 6.

Set Assists: Schmidt 26.

Blocks: Kallhoff 5, Alayna Pederson 3.

MCC 3, H-BC 0

The Murray County Central Rebels improved to 7-1 in the Red Rock Conference after dispatching of the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots 3-0 Tuesday night in Slayton.

Kristi Bose had three serving aces and four ace blocks to aid the Rebels in a 25-16, 25-12, 25-11 victory. Bose also led the team in kills with 16 and had 13 digs. Taylor Schreier had three aces on 13-for-13 serving, eight kills, and a team-high 20 digs.

MCC (7-4 overall) hosts Southwestern United on Thursday.

HBC16 12 11

MCC25 25 25

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Serving (good-att-aces): Macy Halbur 23-23-0, Taylor Schreier 13-13-3, Kristi Bose 11-14-3, Paris Thomas 10-11-2.

Kills: Bose 16, Schreier 8.

Digs: Schreier 20, Bose 13, Halbur 11, Hannah Schmidt 11.

Set Assists: Thomas 10.

Blocks: Bose 4, Halbur 1, Schreier 1, Lindsey Barritt 1.

 
 

 

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