Minneota survives in five against MACCRAY |  News, sports, jobs

Minneota survives in five against MACCRAY | News, sports, jobs

CLARA CITY – The Minneota Vikings took a four-set win over the Cardinals. Head coach Hayley Froen talked about how each team has prepared to play them this season and the MACCRAY Wolverines gave them everything they could handle. The Vikings defeated Wolverine in five sets 25-12, 23-25, 25-14, 21-25 and 15-7 on Tuesday.

Vikings Ireland Stassen had another type of playing card. Stassen had 33 assists, 19 drills, leading her team. Stassen was also second in kills with 14 and had two blocks on the night. Her teammate Elivia Harris also got 14 kills and co-leads her team in blocks of three. Megan Krug and Emma Botelberge will also have three blocks. Frewin spoke of the hard-earned victory on the road.

“We went out and got through really well that first set,” Fruin has been added. “I thought we did a great job on the net as well as being disciplined on blocking. The second and fourth sets were really some costly mistakes we made that gave MACCRAY all the momentum. McRae is a good team and we can’t do that against them or they will win. It was great to see us regroup in the Set 5, we go out early and get a big lead. We did a great job distributing the ball around it. Lisa Susner played really well tonight in the back row for us and saved a lot of balls.”

The Vikings are now (11-1) and are undefeated in the Camden Conference (5-0). The Vikings then play in a two-day Class A show in Burnsville.


PRINCEBURG – Tracy-Milroy-Balaton has been in flames all year, and Tuesday night was no different in their back-to-back road win over Central Minnesota Christian. CMCS kept the third set close, but TMB eventually moved away to secure a 25-15, 25-11, 25-23 win.

Amber Hench led the Panthers with 12 kills, while Jordan Monson and Ella Camrod followed with nine and seven, respectively. Monson also contributed to a pair of blocks. Grace Dolan, Hayley Gernitz, and Camryn Petersen each had 10 team-wide holes, and Gernitz has 27 assists.

After the win, TMB (8-3) will host Dawson Boyd Thursday at 7:15 p.m.

Tracy Melroy Balaton 3, CMCS 0

TMB 25 25 25

CMCS 15 11 23

Kills: TMB (Hinch 12; Fultz 7; Munson 9)

Fossils: TMB (Dolan 10; Gernentz 10; Petersen 10)

Group Passes: TMB (Gernentz 27)

Submission (aces): TMB (Dolan 2; Munson 2; Gernentz 1; Petersen 1)

Wabasu 3, GFW 0

Wabasso – The Wabasu rabbits knocked out five invitational games just three days ago to sweep the GFW in straight sets 25-6, 25-21 and 25-20 on Tuesday. Rabbits have now won two games in a row.

Avery Carlson Rabbits filled out the stats sheet for tonight’s game.

Carlson led her team in digs with 14 and also led in kills with 10. Carlson added 17/18 serves, along with 2 aces to complete her night.

Her teammate Kelsey Frank led 25 assists and was second on the team in pits with 13. Sarah Carlson did nine holes and Audrey Johnson did eight holes, Alevia Olson finished second on the team with nine kills and teammate Lily Kittelson did seven. Kittelson also led her team in blocks by fours. Rabbits coach Barb Johnson spoke about the win.

“The girls played very well as a team tonight,” Johnson said. “It’s our homecoming and everyone did a great job playing hard despite a lot of distractions.”

The Wabasso Rabbits are now (10-7) in season and play in the SEP on Thursday.

WWG 3, MCW 0

WESTBROOK- Westbrook Chargers Walnut Grove easily sent Martin County West Mavericks in straight sets 25-13, 25-17 and 25-18 on Monday evening. Chargers’ Natalie Wahl led the team with 12 kills per night as teammate Carlie Ross had 10 kills. Addeson Jenniges led the team on 24 passes per game. Isabella Renschler led the team in the digs with 11 and teammate Isabelle Clumber finished second in the team with 10. The Charger is now (7-3) overall and will play in a back-to-back game Tuesday at home against Southwest Minnesota Christian.


Chargers are back in action against the Southwest Minnesota Christian Eagles. The Charger will win again in four sets after dropping the first set 24-26, 25-20, 25-18 and 25-20. Wahl for the Chargers, again led her team in 16 kills and Ross came in second with 13 kills. Jenniges led her team in the 40 and 12-hole pass in the competition. Her teammate Rentschler led her team in digs with a score of 26 and Clumber came in second with 13. Westbrook Walnut Chargers charged (8-3) and were defeated in team play with a number (3-0). The Shipper will travel to Adrian to face the Adrian Dragons on Thursday

RTR 3, RCW 0

Renville – The Russell-Tyler Rothton Knights volleyball team was on the alert and went on to beat Renville County West Jaguars in straight sets 25-22, 25-17 and 25-15 on Tuesday. Knights Ella Hess filled out the competition stats sheet. Hess led her team in kills with 21, pits with 12, had two blocks and one. Knights manager Daynica Brown evaluated her team’s performance.“I thought the girls played really well tonight,” Brown said. “Ella Hess played a great match and played really well.”

The Knights are now (9-2) and will face the next CMCS on Thursday.

Canby 3, CMS 0

CRKOVEN – The Canby Lancer volleyball team went on the road to face Kirkhoven-Mordock-Senburg on Tuesday night, and while the match remained competitive throughout, the Lancers were pulling away with a win in the end, with a final score of 25.-17. 25-20. 25-18.

Carly Woollum led Team Canby with eight kills, followed by Brooklyn Kindup with seven. Wollum also contributed to the ace, while Kindopp’s 54% kill percentage was the highest in the team of multi-kill players.

Alia Rungaard finished the night with an impressive six yards and led the team in the pits with 15. Behind her, the trio of Paige Nelson, Haley Noyes, and Wollum won another eight.

Paige Nelson and Emily Nelson contributed equally in terms of assistance, each with 16.

With his win on Tuesday, Kanbe has now won three of his last four matches. They will look to continue their momentum at home when they host Lac Qui Parle Valley Thursday at 7:15 p.m.

Canby 3, CMS 0

Canby 25 25 25

KMS 17 20 18

Kills: Canby (Wollum 8; Kindopp 7, P. Nelson 5)

Digs: Canby (Rangaard 8; P. Nelson 8, Wollum 8, Noyes 8, E. Nelson 7)

Group Passes: Canby (P. Nelson 16, E. Nelson 16)

Submission (aces): Canby (Rangard 6; Noyes 1; B. Nelson 1, E. Nelson 1; Woollum 1)

LQPV3, Lakeview 0

Madison – The Lakeview Lakers lost a back-to-back game to the Lac Qui Parle Valley Eagles on Tuesday, 16-25, 16-25 and 24-26. Erin Meyer led the Lakers in nine kills, and also contributed five pits per game. Olivia Haines finished second on her team in the number of kills with seven. Haines was also second in the digs on her team with eight points in the loss. Korysa Herrick led her team in digs with Nine in the Night. Her teammate Aubrey Rauch led her team in assists with 13 assists. The Lakers have lost the last five of their six games this season.

The Lakers (2-7) will travel past Ortonville to take Ortonville High School on Friday.

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