PREP VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: Edgerton, RL-B each win in 5 setsEDGERTON — After losing the first game of Monday night’s volleyball match, the Edgerton Flying Dutchmen rallied to win the next two. However, Luverne won Game 4 to force a decisive fifth game. Edgerton claimed that final game, taking the 12-25, 27-25, 25-21, 16-25, 15-10 victory against the Cardinals.
By: Daily Globe, Worthington Daily Globe
EDGERTON — After losing the first game of Monday night’s volleyball match, the Edgerton Flying Dutchmen rallied to win the next two.
However, Luverne won Game 4 to force a decisive fifth game.
Edgerton claimed that final game, taking the 12-25, 27-25, 25-21, 16-25, 15-10 victory against the Cardinals.
Lindsey Drooger had a team-best nine kills for Edgerton (3-6), while Jessica Menning and Tara DeKam each had five.
Ciara Everett scored 16 points from the service line to go with two aces.
Menning led EHS with 11 set assists, while Drooger charted four ace blocks and Sarah Post had three.
Post had 18 digs in the match, while Menning added 15.
Luverne was led by Taylor Stratton’s 15 kills, while Ellen Dahl had seven and Chelsea Curtis had five.
Curtis was 33-for-34 serving with five aces, while Jessica Vande Hoef (13-for-13, four aces) and Hailey Stulen (15-for-15, three aces) were each perfect from the service line.
Justine Hanson had a team-best 12 set assists, while Ashley Olson had nine.
Nicole Johnson led LHS with 24 digs, while Curtis added 20. Vande Hoef had 12.
Stratton charted eight solo blocks and three assists, while Nicole Hoff had three solo blocks and three block assists.
Edgerton will travel to Hills-Beaver Creek tonight, while Luverne hosts Worthington on Thursday.
RL-B 3, H-BC 2
HILLS — In an epic five-set match, Round Lake-Brewster came out with a non-conference victory.
Hills-Beaver Creek defeated the Raiders in the first meeting between the teams — the match which counted toward the Red Rock Conference standings — but RL-B came away with a 25-23, 18-25, 25-19, 15-25, 17-15 victory on Monday.
Sarah Baumgard led RL-B with 12 kills, while Kailey Wendland filled the stat sheet.
Wendland had seven kills, three blocks, 21 digs and was 25-for-26 serving with four aces.
Jenessa Ling was 18-for-18 serving and led the team with 22 digs.
Zoe Baerenwald had 19 set assists for the Raiders (2-3), who will host Fulda today.
H-BC was led by Haley Van Wyhe, who had 16 kills and six digs.
Meghan Leuthold had nine kills and two blocks, while Katlyn Sandbulte was 17-for-17 serving.
Paige Leuthold was 13-for-14 serving. She added 17 set assists and two blocks.
Chelsi Kroon had seven digs for the Patriots (2-5), who host Edgerton today.
MCC 3, PA 0
PIPESTONE — Kristi Bose had 11 kills to lead Murray County Central to a sweep of Pipestone Area in a non-conference match.
Game scores were 25-17, 25-23, 25-14.
Ashley Woldt had eight service points and four aces, while Brooklyn Schmitz had nine points and one ace for MCC. Bose added six points and two aces.
Schmitz led MCC with 10 set assists, while Taylor Schreier added five digs.
PA (2-11) was led by Taylor Kruisselbrink, who had 10 kills and 10 digs.
Amanda Haupert was 14-for-15 serving with two aces and 17 digs, while Maggie Perkins had 12 set assists.
The Arrows will travel to Redwood Valley on Thursday, while MCC (4-2) is at Red Rock Central today.