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Paton Churdan At Orient Macksburg
Paton Churdan 3
Orient Macksburg 1
25-19, 25-17, 18-25, 25-20
Paton Churdan has won their last two matches and improved to 2-1 on the season with a non conference win on the road on Monday night. The Rockets took control of the match right away jumping up two sets to none. After they dropped the third set they responded with a win in the fourth. The team combined for 33 kills and 15 aces. The win gives them momentum heading into matches with West Harrison at home on Tuesday, At Coon Rapids Bayard on Thursday and at the Carroll Volleyball Tournament on Saturday.
Danielle Hoyle and Carmyn Paup each finished in double digits in kills with Hoyle having 15 and Paup with 10. Karissa Stephenson came up big at the service line with 7 aces. The Rockets had six different players with an ace with Chloe Berns with 3 and Paup with 2 aces.
Paton Churdan Stats- Unofficial Stats
Bailey Anderson 13 Digs
Chloe Berns 1 Kill, 25 Assists, 5 Digs, 3 Aces
Hannah Bundt 11 Digs, Ace
Danielle Hoyle 15 Kills, 24 Digs, Block, Ace
Carmyn Paup 10 Kills, 12 Digs, 2 Aces
Tessa Steiml 6 Kills, 15 Digs, Block, Ace
Karissa Stephenson 1 Kill, 19 Digs, 7 Aces
Emma Stream 2 Digs
Grand View Christian At Audubon
Grand View Christian 3
25-19, 22-25, 25-19, 25-15
Audubon slipped to 0-6 on the season with a home loss on Monday as they stepped out of the Western Iowa Conference. The Wheelers hung tough all night and pulled out a three point win in set 2 to even the match at one. Audubon had ten different girls garner a dig and the team finished with 73 on the night along with 7 aces. They struggled on the offensive side though finishing with just 21 kills for an average of just 5.25 per set. Audubon returns to action on Tuesday as they host Missouri Valley. They finish the week Thursday at Tri Center.
Jaci Christensen and Elizabeth Zaiger each had a team high 6 kills with Christensen also having a team high 24 digs. Johanna Sauers and Aleah Hermansen were also in double digits in digs with 11 and 10 respectively and Mattie Nielsen finished just shy with 9 digs. Sauers had a team high 4 aces with Zaiger and Hermansen each adding a pair. Hermansen finished with 12 of the teams 19 assists.
Mattie Nielsen 4 Kills, 9 Digs, Ace
Audrey Jensen 1 Kill, Dig
Addie Hocker 1 Kill, 6 Assists, 6 Digs
Aleah Hermansen 12 Assists, 10 Digs, Block, 2 Aces
Kylee Hartl 1 Dig
Madison Vorm 4 Digs, Ace
Elizabeth Zaiger 6 Kills, Assist, 5 Digs, 2 Aces
Joanna Sauers 2 Kills, 11 Digs, Blocks, 4 Aces
Jaci Christensen 6 Kills, 24 Digs, Ace
Kali Irlmeier 1 Kill, 2 Digs
MVAO-COU At Ar-We-Va
25-9, 25-23, 25-11
The Rockets picked up a nice home win on Monday as they stepped out of the Rolling Valley Conference. The win improves them to 3-4 overall. Ar-We-Va served it well helping to keep the Rams off balance and out of system. They also had several timely kills on the night especially in set two when they held on for a 2 point win. The Rockets dominated sets one and three giving up just 9 and 11 points. Sara Schurke reached a milestone picking up her 1,000 career assist. Ar-We-Va remains busy this week hosting Glidden Ralston on KIKD 106.7 tomorrow night before hosting Woodbine on Thursday and traveling to the Carroll Tournament on Saturday.
Schurke finished with 10 assists to go with 7 aces. Jadeyn Smith led the team with 8 kills and 3 blocks. Maggie Ragaller added 7 kills and 6 assists. Hannah Kraus had a team high 10 digs and Bridget Cameron had 6 aces.
Sara Schurke 3 Kills, 10 Assists, 2 Digs, 7 Aces
Bridget Cameron 2 Kills, Block, 6 Aces
Jadeyn Smith 8 Kills, 2 Digs, 3 Blocks
Maggie Ragaller 7 Kills, 6 Assists, 4 Digs, 2 Aces
Jamie Hausman 1 Kill, 3 Digs
Hannah Kraus 10 Digs
Kora Obrecht 4 Kills
Maris Cameron 2 Aces
Glidden Ralston At Collins Maxwell
Glidden Ralston 3
Collins Maxwell 2
25-16, 22-25, 25-15, 23-25, 15-6
It was a hard fought and well earned win for the Wildcats on Monday night in Maxwell as they moved to 4-3 on the season with a five set win. The Wildcats played well in all phases of the game down the stretch staying aggressive at the net with several big kills that were set up with the back row keeping the ball in play. Glidden Ralston jumped out quickly 8-4 and never allowed Collins Maxwell into the set. The Wildcats are back in action Tuesday at Ar-We-Va and the match will be on KIKD 106.7.
Gretchen Wallace and Morgan Koehler were huge at the net with 18 kills and 16 kills respectively. Kim Daily had a team high 31 assists while adding 3 kills. Wallace led the way with 6 blocks to go with 3 aces. Vanessa Koehler had a team high 4 aces.
Glidden Ralston Stats
Kim Daily 3 Kills, 31 Assists, 3 Digs, Ace
Gretchen Wallace 18 Kills, 6 Blocks, 3 Aces
Morgan Koehler 16 Kills, 2 Assists, 5 Digs
Vanessa Koehler 3 Kills, 3 Digs, 4 Aces