Thursday volleyball: MCC, A/E win

Thursday night volleyball roundup:

Volleyball net stock art. (Pan Xiaozhen / Unsplash)

Thursday night volleyball roundup:

HL-O/F 3, Pipestone Area 1

FULDA -- Recovering from a 27-25 loss in the first set of their high school volleyball match with Pipestone Area, the Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda Coyotes won the last three to advance to 16-4 on the fall season.

Scores of sets two, three and four were 25-14, 25-15 and 25-22.

Marissa Becker had 13 kills for HL-O/F. Samantha Untiedt had 10 kills and 18 digs. Taryn Evers made 10 blocks. Ellyson Bang had 34 set assists and put 100 percent of her serves in play with three aces.


MCC 3, Lakeview 0

SLAYTON -- Murray County Central won against Lakeview 3-0 with set scores 25-11, 25-11, and 25-16.

MCC’s Emily Rohrer spiked 22 kills and had 5 digs. Zoey Iverson served 3 aces. Kiana Felber had 9 digs while Camdyn Kluis earned 6 digs. Ciera Tutt added 5 digs for the night.

MCC’s overall record is 6-14.

Adrian/Ellsworth 3, MLA 1

ADRIAN -- Julia Bullerman had 16 kills and Maddie Wagner added 14 as Adrian-Ellsworth defeated Mountain Lake Area in a Red Rock Conference match.

Mayssa Tweet had 34 digs and Josi Altman was 19-for-20 from the service line with an ace as the Dragons prevailed 25-12, 25-17, 23-25, 25-11.

Karla Kruse was 18-for-20 from the service line with four aces for the Dragons.


Akron-Westfield 3, H-LP 0

AKRON, Iowa -- Harris-Lake Park’s Zella Ingham had eight kills and Ava Rasche added five, but the visiting Wolves dropped a straight-set match to Akron-Westfield here.

Akron-Westfield won by scores of 25-13, 25-16, 25-10.

Tessa Gunderson had 16 digs and Rylie Wittrock added six set assists for the Wolves.



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