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Storm Lake takes first set, falls in next three

SCHALLER – The Tornadoes and Ridge View Raptors did battle on Thursday night with the Raptors coming away with a four set win. Storm Lake took the first set, 27-25, but Ridge View won the final three: 25-19, 25-13 and 27-25.

We played well tonight but ended up a little short. The girls battled most of the night. Our serve receive was much better than Tuesday night and that made a huge difference, SL Coach Kim Johnson said. Offensively, we played aggressively except for part of the second and third sets. Serving has been one of our strong points this year, but tonight we missed too many. I was happy that they came back and fought until the end in the fourth set.

SL senior Kaylee Oehler had 15 kills on 32 attempts. She also went 14-for-15 serving with two aces. Sophomore Skylar Cole had 24 assists and 10 digs. Senior Ariel Bozonie added nine kills and went 13-for-14 serving.

RV was paced by senior Katie Brinkmans 11 kills and she went 19-for-20 serving with a pair of aces. Junior Gracie Chance added 10 kills and junior Kennedy Mason had nine. Junior Madeline Else had 26 assists, 12 digs and went 10-for-13 serving.

Storm Lake falls to 4-12 on the year. They will host Western Christian on Tuesday night. Ridge View improves to 16-6. RV is off until Thursday when they travel to Onawa to face West Monona.

Alta-Aurelia picks up eighth straight win

ALTA – The Warriors made it eight wins in a row on Thursday night after knocking off West Bend-Mallard in three sets. The scores were 25-7, 25-16 and 25-15.

This was a good senior night win for us. Our six seniors, Mary Barnes, Lizzie Hill, Grace Newell, Erin Lockin, Lauren Rohwer and Laney Stanton have helped us immensely the last four years. They are not only great volleyball players and leaders, but also great individuals, AA Coach Jeannie Henningsen said.

Rohwer led the Warriors with 14 kills while going 13-for-15 serving with five kills. Stanton had 12 kills and 10 digs. Lockin added 11 kills and 11 digs to go with a block. Newell went 12-for-12 serving. Barnes had 14 digs and two aces serving.

Alta-Aurelia improves to 16-3. They are off until Thursday when they travel to Graettinger to take on Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Aryshire.

Mustangs down Panthers in four set match

NEWELL – Newell-Fonda was able to best St. Marys on Thursday night. The Mustangs took the first two sets, 25-12 and 25-20, as the Panthers took the third, 25-19. NF claimed the fourth and final set, 25-7.

NF junior Olivia Larsen had 10 kills and went 28-for-29 serving with eight aces. Senior Melanie Morenz had eight kills, 17 digs and went 16-for-17 serving. Senior Morgan Lynch added nine kills, 19 assists, 13 digs and went 12-for-13 serving. Freshman Ella Larsen and sophomore Megan Morenz both had five kills apiece.

Newell-Fonda improves to 9-19 while St. Marys falls to 3-14. The Mustangs will travel to Algona on Thursday to take on Bishop Garrigan. St. Marys hosts River Valley tonight and then Sioux Central on Thursday.

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