LAMBERTON - The Murray County Central volleyball team stayed unbeaten in the Red Rock Conference and handed Red Rock Central its first conference loss on Tuesday night.
The Rebels defeated the Falcons in four, 25-22, 15-25, 25-23, 25-20.
Kristi Bose recorded 15 kills, four blocks and 18 digs in the win for MCC while Olivia Bittner led the way for RRC with 14 kills and 16 digs.
Paris Thomas added to the Rebels' success, going 19-for-19 with two aces serving, along with 19 digs, 16 set assists and two blocks. Cassie Erickson was 26-for-26 with two aces for the Falcons. She also had 13 kills and 18 digs.
Both teams are on the road Thursday as RRC travels to Westbrook to face Westbrook-Walnut Grove while MCC heads to Okabena to face Southwestern United.
Murray County Central25 15 25 25
Red Rock Central22 25 23 20
SERVING - MCC (Paris Thomas 19-19-2, Hannah Schmidt 14-16-2, Sierra Van Iperen 15-16-1); RRC (Hannah Sell 20-21-4; Cassie Erickson 26-26-2).
KILLS - MCC (Kristi Bose 15, Lindsey Barritt 12); RRC (Olivia Bittner 14, Cassie Erickson 13).
DIGS - MCC (Schmidt 32, Dana Vander Wal 28, Thomas 19, Bose 18); RRC (Brooke Rasmussen 20, Cassie Erickson 18, Olivia Bittner 16).
SET ASSISTS - MCC (Jade Giese 23, Thomas 15); RRC (Mikaela Smith 34).
BLOCKS - MCC (Bose 4 solo; Barritt 3 solo; Thomas 2 solo); RRC (Hannah Sell 1 solo, 5 assists; Melanie Kedl 1 solo, 4 assists; Rachel Kedl 2 solos, 2 assists).
Canby 3, Lac Qui Parle Valley 0
MADISON - The Canby volleyball team swept Lac qui Parle Valley on Tuesday, winning 25-20, 25-13 and 25-6 in Camden Conference play.
Brook Bauman led the Lancer attack with 16 kills and was 12-for-13 with two aces serving. Dani Kontz had 26 digs and was 28-28 with three aces serving in the win.
Canby (5-16, 3-6 conf.) will travel to Cottonwood on Thursday to face Lakeview.
Lac Qui Parle Valley20 13 6
Canby25 25 25
CANBY INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Serving (good-att-ace): Dani Kontz 28-28-3, Ricki Kallhoff 12-13-5, Brook Bauman 12-13-2, Abbey Pederson 8-10-1.
Kills: Bauman 16, Kallhoff 7, Laurie Hopp 5.
Digs: Kontz 26, Tara Kockelman 7, Bauman 6.
Set Assists: Abbi Denekamp 20.
Blocks: Kallhoff 2, Alayna Pederson 1.
Central Minn. Christian 3, Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 2
TRACY - The Class A No. 8-ranked Tracy-Milroy-Balaton volleyball team came up short in a back-and-forth battle with Central Minnesota Christian on Tuesday night.
The Panthers fell to the Bluejays in five games, 16-25, 25-22, 18-25, 25-17, 12-15.
Jessie Nelson led TMB at the net with 16 kills and three blocks. Gabbie Gervais had 35 set assists to go with a 25-of-26 serving performance with four aces. Sydney Lanoue added 10 kills in the loss while Sammie Gervais and Kassidy Przymus each had eight.
The Panthers (15-6, 7-2 conf.) will play host to Russell-Tyler-Ruthton in a conference showdown. Both teams have identical 7-2 records in the Camden Conference.
CMCS25 22 25 17 15
TMB16 25 18 25 12
TMB INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Serving (good-att-ace): Gabbie Gervais 25-26-4, Sammie Gervais 17-18-2, Kassidy Przymus 15-17-4.
Kills: Jessie Nelson 16, Sydney Lanoue 10, S. Gervais 8, Przymus 8.
Digs: Anna Pederson 21, Przymus 12.
Set Assists: G. Gervais 35.
Blocks: Nelson 3, Sara Stoneberg 1, Przymus 1, S. Gervais 1.
Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 3, MACCRAY 2
TYLER - The Russell-Tyler-Ruthton volleyball team overcame a two-set deficit and a long third set to defeat MACCRAY in five in Camden Conference play Tuesday night.
The Knights came back to defeat the Wolverines 18-25, 16-25, 29-27, 25-19, 15-13.
RTR was led by Janel Wichern's 22-kill, 28-block double-double. Destinee Strand was 22-for-25 serving with 32 set assists. Justine Possail had three ace serves while going 17-for-21.
The Knights (13-6, 7-2 conf.) will travel to Tracy on Thursday to face Tracy-Milroy-Balaton in a conference showdown. Both teams have identical 7-2 records in the Camden Conference.
MACCRAY25 25 27 19 13
RTR18 16 29 25 15
RTR INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Serving (good-att-ace):Destinee Strand 22-25-0, Justine Possail 17-21-3.
Kills: Janel Wichern 22, Nicole Enemark 6.
Digs: Wichern 28, Anna Madsen 25.
Set Assists: Strand 32.
Blocks: Possail 2, Amanda Petersen 2.
Lakeview 3, KMS 0
KERKHOVEN - The Lakeview volleyball team swept Camden conference rival Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sundburg 25-19, 25-14, 27-25.
The Lakers' Brianna Hoffman knocked down 15 kills and three blocks. Madie Nelson pitched in seven kills, one block and went 18-for-19 from the serving line with two aces. The Lakers combined for 20 set assists with 15 from Sadie Stelter and five from Makana Barker.
Lakeview will host Canby in another conference battle Thursday.
Lakeview25 25 27
Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg19 14 25
Serving(good-att-aces): Madie Nelson 18-19-2, Briatta Buntjer 11-11-1, Whitney Fischer 11-11-1.
Kills: Brianna Hoffman 15, Nelson 7, Rachel Kurtenbach 4.
Digs: Buntjer 16, Sadie Stelter 5, Katie Timm 3.
Set Assists: Stelter 15, Makana Barker 5.
Blocks: Hoffman 3, Kurtenbach 1, Nelson 1, Stelter 1.
Minneota 3, Lincoln HI 0
MINNEOTA - Minneota claimed a Camden conference victory in its 3-0 win over Lincoln HI.
The Vikings totaled 12 aces on the night with Payton Boerboom going 18-for-18 with three and Molly Hennen going 22-for-23 with five aces. Boerboom was also the digs leader with 15. Taylor Reiss controlled the offense with 20 kills with Megan Larson contributing 33 set assists.
For the Rebels Morgan Citterman had nine digs, six set assists, one block and went 8-for-9 with one ace. Alyssa Otto added nine assists and four digs.
The Vikings improve to 19-1 with the third best record in Class A volleyball. Both teams will be back in action Thursday when the Vikings take on MACCRAY and Lincoln HI hosts Dawson-Boyd.
Lincoln HI16 9 7
Minneota25 25 25
Serving(good-att-aces): M-Payton Boerboom 18-18-3, Molly Hennen 22-23-5, Shelby Corbin 9-10-4, Kalley Kloos 6-6-0; LH-Morgan Citterman 8-9-1, Alex DeSmet 5-5-1, Brooke Taylor 6-8-1.
Kills: Taylor Reiss 20, Hennen 7, Corbin 6, Megan Larson 3, Kelsey Maeyaert 3, Krista Maeyaert 3; LH-Brandi Barke 4, Taylor 3.
Digs: Boerboom 15, Megan Larson 9, Hennen 8, Alaine Buysse 7, Amber Engels 6; LH-Citterman 9, Emily Swanson 4, Alyssa Otto 4.
Set Assists: Larson 33; LH-Otto 9, Citterman 6.
Blocks: Reiss 1; LH-Jordan Bucholz 1, Taylor 1, Citterman 1.
Melrose 3, Yellow Medicine East 0
GRANITE FALLS - The Yellow Medicine East volleyball team fell to Montrose in a West Central Conference match-up on Tuesday.
The Sting fell to the Dutchmen 25-23, 25-18, 25-15 in Granite Falls.
Chyanne Sand and Jordan Hinz each had five kills in the game. Sand also had three ace blocks.
YME will be in action again next Tuesday when they travel to Paynesville to face Paynesville Area in another West Central Conference match.
Melrose25 25 25
Yellow Medicine East23 18 15
YME INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Serving (good-att-ace): Brooke Blue 6-7-1, Madison Hagert 6-6-0, Kelsey Sorenson 4-5-0.
Kills: Chyanne Sand 5, Jordan Hinz 5, Hailey Enstad 3.
Digs: Hagert 5, Megan Odegard 4, Sorenson 4, Sand 3.
Set Assists: Alexis Peters 6, Kalli Knudson 2.
Blocks: Sand 3, Blue 1, Allie Zieske 1, Hinz 1, Enstad 1, Makayla Dyrdahl 1.
Wabasso 3, Cedar Mountain/Comfrey 0
WABASSO - Wabasso dominated Cedar Mountain/Comfrey 3-0 in Tomahawk conference play Tuesday night.
The Rabbits had a well-rounded performance with Chelsey Guetter recording 13 kills and Jamie Goblirsch pitching in 15 digs. Larissa Rohlik contributed 12 assists and went 16-for-17 from the line with four aces.
Wabasso will travel to Sleepy Eye St. Mary Thursday in Tomahawk conference action.
CM/C16 14 16
Wabasso25 25 25
WABASSO INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Serving (good-att-aces): Larissa Rohlik 16-17-4.
Kills: Chelsey Guetter 13, Callie Rohlik 6.
Digs: Jamie Goblirsch 15.
Set Assists: Jocelyn Rothmeier 16, L. Rohlik 12.
Blocks: Mindy Goblirsch 3, C. Rohlik 2.