Brincks Exteriors Sports Report: Volleyball Results for Thursday, September 8th


Volleyball Results for Thursday, September 8th

Glidden Ralston At Paton Churdan 

Glidden Ralston 3

Paton Churdan 0

25-12, 25-17, 25-16


Glidden Ralston keeps working on a new rotation and Paton Churdan showed growth on Thursday night as the Wildcats picked up a sweep to improve to 3-3 on the season and 1-0 in the Rolling Valley Conference.   Paton Churdan fell to 0-7 overall and dropped their first Rolling Valley Conference Match. Paton Churdan finished the match with 34 kills while the Wildcats had 28. The Wildcats dug up 38 attacks while the Rockets had 44. 

Vanessa Koehler led a balanced attack at the net for the Wildcats with 9 kills, Paige Klocke had 8 kills and Lauren Hulsing added 6 kills to go with a team high 3 blocks. Addy Boell finished with 22 assists and led the team with 9 digs, followed by 8 digs each for Summer Toms and Tiela Janssen. Paige Klocke added 7 digs and 2 aces while Ashlynn Klocke had a team high 3 aces. 

Paige Teeples paced the Rockets attack with 8 kills and a team high 3 blocks. Becca Anderson added 7 kills and a team high 10 digs. Bailey Anderson and Calleigh Fitzpatrick each had 5 kills. Emma Stream and Bailey Anderson combined for 33 assists with Stream having 18 and Anderson 15. 

The Wildcats face Madrid and Ogden at Madrid on Monday. Paton Churdan heads to Colo Nesco on Monday.


Glidden Ralston Stats

Lauren Hulsing 6 Kills, 3 Blocks 

Paige Klocke 8 Kills, 7 Digs, 2 Aces 

Summer Toms 5 Kills, 8 Digs, Ace 

Vanessa Koehler 9 Kills, Block 

Addy Boell 22 Assists, 9 Digs, Block, Ace  

Amelia Garrett 2 Assists, Dig, Block 

Ashlynn Klocke 5 Digs, 3 Aces  

Tiela Janssen 8 Digs 


Paton Churdan Stats

Bailey Anderson 5 Kills, 15 Assists, 4 Digs, 2 Blocks

Tarynn Fisher 1 Kill, 6 Digs

Emma Stream 4 Kills, 18 Assists, 7 Digs, Block

Paige Teeples 8 Kills, 5 Digs, 3 Blocks

Grace Cullum 1 Assist, 6 Digs, Ace 

Becca Anderson 7 Kills, 10 Digs, 2 Blocks, Ace 

Calleigh Fitzpatrick 5 Kills, 2 Digs, 2 Blocks 

Mia Russell 4 Kills, 4 Digs


South Central Central at Alta-Aurelia

South Central Calhoun 3

Alta-Aurelia 0

25-23, 25-15, 26-24


South Central Calhoun pushed their winning streak to nine games as they battled hard and won against Alta-Aurelia Thursday night. 

From the start, both teams were swinging and getting a lot of points on the board. Alta-Aurelia at one point were up by four points before South Central Calhoun was able to tie the set and ultimately win 25-23. Multiple Titans had big offensive games, including Riley Batta who led the team with 17 kills. She also tied with Mollie Monnahan in the digs category with 26 digs, the most on the team. Set two was far more in favor of South Central Calhoun as they easily won 25-15. Set three was a rollercoaster for both teams. The Titans held a 24-21 lead over the Warriors until they were tied at 24 apiece. That drove the set into extra points where South Central Calhoun was able to grind out the game and win the set 26-24 and win 3-0 in sets. 

Other leaders for South Central Calhoun included Keira Hammen who had three blocks and Brenna McAlister and Elysia Smith who had two aces each. The win elevates the Titans to 14-4 overall on the season and 3-0 in the Twin Lakes Conference. They will conclude their week by hosting their Master Blaster tournament on Saturday, September 10th. 


South Central Calhoun Stats

Mollie Monnahan: 1 Kill, 26 Digs, 2 Blocks

Riley Batta: 17 Kills, 1 Assist, 26 Digs, 2 Blocks

Brenna McAlister: 10 Kills, 1 Assist, 22 Digs, 1 Block, 2 Ace

Brooklyn Pruitt: 1 Dig

Alexa Holm: 8 Digs

Jayci Graeve: 2 Kills, 39 Assists, 9 Digs, 1 Ace

Norah Riedesel: 1 Kill, 2 Digs, 1 Ace

Elysia Smith: 1 Dig, 2 Ace

Kylee Schliesman: 20 Digs

Keira Hammen: 15 Kills, 1 Dig, 3 Blocks


Riverside at Audubon

Riverside 3

Audubon 0

25-21, 25-22, 25-18


The Audubon Wheelers held on against Riverside Thursday night in all three sets, but ultimately fell in three sets.

The Wheelers came out in set one and kept pace with the Bulldogs, but were a few points shy of winning, falling 25-21. Mattie Nielsen had a stellar night for the Wheelers putting up 17 kills the most among any player from both teams. Audubon kept their momentum up in set two, but again Riverside was one step ahead and took set two 25-22. The Wheelers’ serving in this game was solid with Addie Hocker knocking down four aces which led the team while Harlow Miller had three on the night. Riverside had their strongest set in the final set where they battled to a 25-28 set three win and won the match 3-0 in sets. 

Other leaders for Audubon were Audrey Jensen who put up 11 digs and Hocker who had 25 assists. Miller also led the team in blocks with two, one solo and one assisted. The loss drops the Wheelers to 6-5 overall on the season and 0-1 in the Western Iowa Conference. They are off until Tuesday, September 13th when they travel to take on Missouri Valley. 


Audubon Stats

Madison Steckler: 2 Kills

Kylee Hartl: 6 Digs, 1 Ace

Anna Larsen: 1 Assist, 7 Digs

Addie Hocker: 1 Kill, 25 Assists, 4 Digs, 1 Block, 4 Ace

Audrey Jensen: 11 Digs, 1 Ace

Mattie Nielsen: 17 Kills, 5 Digs

Sienna Albertsen: 1 Kill, 2 Digs

Harlow Miller: 6 Kills, 5 Digs, 2 Blocks, 3 Ace

Rylee Brittan: 1 Kill, 1 Dig


Missouri Valley at IKM-Manning

Missouri Valley 3

IKM-Manning 0

25-12, 25-11, 25-5


The IKM-Manning Wolves had a tough challenge Thursday night as they took on Western Iowa Conference foe Missouri Valley.

The Lady Reds swung hard from the start and didn’t allow the Wolves to get into a groove. Karlee Arp had a nice stretch of serves that got IKM-Manning tied up with Missouri Valley at 9-9 in set one. Past that tie, Missouri Valley took a time out and went on a 16-3 scoring run to win set one 25-12. The Lady Reds kept that pace up in set two starting off with a 7-0 run. IKM-Manning’s Kylie Powers had some nice kills in this game, finding gaps in the Missouri Valley defense that gave her a team high three kills. Missouri Valley kept feeding the ball to Ella Myler who found ways to score and help the Lady Reds to a 25-11 set two win. In set three, the Wolves couldn’t keep up with the type of offense Missouri Valley was running and fell 25-5 in the third and final set of the match. 

The Wolves are on the road on Tuesday, September 13th when they take on Tri-Center. 


IKM-Manning Stats (Unofficial)

Anna Stangl: 1 Ace

Amber Halbur: 1 Kill

Mabel Langel: 2 Kills, 1 Block

Kylie Powers: 3 Kills, 1 Block

Karlee Arp: 1 Ace

Kate Stangl: 2 Kills

Ella Richards: 1 Ace

Megan Williams: 2 Kills, 1 Block, 1 Ace


East Sac at West Bend Mallard

West Bend Mallard 3

East Sac 1

17-25, 25-22, 25-21, 25-23


The East Sac Raiders were able to take set one over West Bend Mallard Thursday night but were unable to close out the final three sets. 

In set one, the Raiders got out of the gate with a nice 25-17 set victory that set the tone for their offense. Kenna Meyer and Kate Vondrak were swinging well in this game as they both led the team with 14 kills each. Kendall Quirk and Vondrak also formed a strong defensive wall up front, leading the Raiders with 4 blocks each. West Bend Mallard got back on track in the second sets and won by three points at 25-22. Sets two and three were just as close and could have gone either way. The Wolverines won set two 25-21 and in the closest game yet, they avoided going to extra points by winning 25-23, winning the match 3-0 in sets. 

The loss drops the Raiders to 8-7 overall on the season and 2-2 in the Twin Lakes Conference. They will close out their week of competition at the South Central Calhoun Master Blaster tournament on Saturday, September 10th. 


East Sac Stats

Jen Aschinger: 13 Assists, 2 Digs, 2 Ace

Mary Bontrager: 1 Kill, 9 Assists, 6 Digs, 2 Blocks, 3 Ace

Kenna Meyer: 14 Kills, 6 Digs, 2 Blocks

Kendall Quirk: 1 Kill, 3 Assists, 1 Dig, 4 Blocks

Sidney Bieret: 2 Assists

Kate Vondrak: 14 Kills, 5 Digs, 4 Blocks

Kierstin Carroll: 1 Kill, 4 Digs

Tristin Ludwig: 1 Dig

Greeley Schlepp: 6 Digs, 1 Ace

Addisen Ehler: 6 Kills, 6 Digs, 3 Blocks


MVAOCOU at Ar-We-Va 


Ar-We-Va 0

25-13, 25-18, 25-19


The Ar-We-Va Rockets gained momentum late against MVAOCOU but were unable to pick up the win Thursday night. 

The Rams had a strong start in set one, getting past the Rockets 25-13. Kora Obrecht led the way offensively for the Rockets, putting up a team high seven kills. Maggie Ragaller was second on the team with five kills and had a good defensive game, leading the team with 12 digs. Delaney Schurke led the team with 16 assists. Ar-We-Va swung the momentum back a bit in their corner in set two by putting up five more points, but still fell to the Rams 25-18. The Rockets put up their best fight in the third set keeping up with MVAOCOU, but the Rams were still too much, coming up with a 25-19 set three win and winning the match 3-0 in sets.

The Rockets are at home on Tuesday, September 13th when they play host to West Harrison. 


Ar-We-Va Stats

Jamie Hausman: 3 Kills, 5 Digs

Delaney Schurke: 16 Assists, 3 Digs, 1 Ace

Kora Obrecht: 7 Kills, 6 Digs, 1 Block, 2 Ace

Maggie Ragaller: 5 Kills, 12 Digs, 1 Block

Trista Reis: 5 Digs

Elizabeth Brunner: 3 Digs

Sammie Hinners: 1 Kill, 1 Dig

Amber Ragaller: 1 Dig

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