STORM LAKE - Meredith Stille charted nine kills at the net, and Ashley Mason served 11 points, but it wasn't enough as Spirit Lake knocked off Storm Lake in Lakes Conference action Monday night. Spirit Lake won by scores of 5-15, 15-5, 15-8, 15-13.
Mary Phiakhamta had nine serving points, while Michelle Bowman and Jill Parman each had eight. Parman charted 39 sets with 14 assists. Bowman added 17 sets and four assists. Mason and Karen Sennert each recorded three kills for the Tornadoes, now 2-7 overall.
"We have a few areas of coverage to work on, otherwise our serving was on, our attacks were outstanding, and it's just a matter of keeping the intensity up," Storm Lake coach Jacquie Bauer said.
‰ Spirit Lake won the JV match 15-7, 16-14, 15-9. Tawny Hendriks had seven attacks and Lindsey Frederiksen added six in hitting. Lisa Bowman served eight points with two aces and charted 24 sets. Jenni Wendt added 20 sets with two assists for Storm Lake, now 1-4 overall.
Albert City-Truesdale 13-15-15-15-10-15
Storm Lake St. Mary's 15-3-5-15-10
Karla Hogrefe went 43-for-50 in hitting with a season-high 28 kills to help Albert City-Truesdale outlast Storm Lake St. Mary's in a Northwest Conference match Monday night at Albert City.
Emily Ehlers was 23-for-28 in hitting with 15 kills and 23-for-25 in serving with three aces. Hogrefe was a perfect 13-for-13 in serving, while Lindsey Lullmann was 12-for-12 and April Schuknecht 10-for-10. Cassi Johnson was 14-for-15 in the serving department.
Schuknecht made good on 45 of 57 set attempts with 19 assists, while Lullmann was 38 of 51 with 16 assists. Hogrefe charted 11 digs, Ehlers nine and Schuknecht seven. Alicia Erlandson, Mandy Schramm and Amanda Skog all had four blocks.
Jenny Petersen led St. Mary's in serving, going 15-for-19 with one ace. Katie Drey was 12-for-13 with one ace and Bri Barber 11-for-12 with one ace. Peggy Ploeger was 16-for-26 with nine kills in hitting. Angie Laven had two kills and Drey one. Petersen charted six blocks, Ploeger and Laven two each. Barber had three digs.
Alta rallied from a two-games-to-none deficit to get past Schaller-Crestland in a Northwest Conference match Monday.
Greta Lichtenberg led the Cyclones in hitting, going 20-for-24 with 11 kills. Ashlea Payne went 26-for-32 with 10 kills and Laurie Grieme 22-for-25 with nine kills. Nicole Kjolhede was 18-for-22 with six kills.
Megan Brechwald led the serving effort, going 22-for-22. Kjolhede was 13-for-14, Tigist Cook 11-for-12 and Payne 10-for-12. Danielle Allen charted 29 set assists, while Payne and Brechwald had nine digs apiece. Grieme collected four blocks and Lichtenberg added three for the Cyclones, now 3-1 in the league and 7-1 overall.
Aurelia 15-15-15, Newell-Fonda 9-13-7
Emily Jipp went 23-for-27 in hitting with 10 kills and 11-for-11 in serving with two aces as Aurelia bested Newell-Fonda in Northwest Conference play Monday. Kim Parker was 32-for-36 in hitting with six kills and 10-for-10 in serving with two aces. Liz Scharton went 17-for-17 in serving and 13-for-19 in hitting.
Lindsay Ireland went 31-for-32 in setting with eight assists, while Jessica Monical was 31-for-31 with five assists and Parker 8-for-8. Scharton charted seven blocks and Kati Nelson added five.
Lindsay Jensen went 14-for-14 in serving and was 26-for-27 in setting with nine assists. Jenny Scharn was 10-for-11 serving and 29-for-30 in setting with five assists.
Molly Sievers went 14-for-17 in hitting with three kills, while Ashley Bellinghausen was 7-for-8 with two kills and also charted eight blocks. Amanda Kies was 7-for-7 in serving. Sara Larsen charted 12 digs and Erin Kies had seven.
Galva-Holstein 15-15-15, Maple Valley 11-7-4
Darci Vohs charted 15 kills, nine digs and five blocks as Galva-Holstein knocked off Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto Tuesday night. Kris Beyer contributed seven kills, eight digs and three blocks for the Pirates, now 17-1-2 overall. Shelley Cronin had five kills, 13 digs and two ace serves.
Stacy Friedrichsen charted 30 set assists, six digs and two ace serves, while Taneal Jepsen had four ace serves and nine digs.
Storm Lake seventh grade
The Storm Lake seventh grade "A" team defeated Spirit Lake by scores of 15-4, 15-7, 13-15 on Monday. Missy Swanson went 8-for-9 in serving, while Rachel Swanson was 9-for-11 and Jenny Jones 10-for-13. The "B" team won 15-2, 15-5, 15-8. Ali Brashears went 10-for-10 in serving, while Rachel Swanson was 9-for-9 and Allison Moore 9-for-12. The "C" team lost 15-13, 15-5, 15-10. Courtney Collins was 12-for-16 in serving, Autumn Gaes went 7-for-13.
Storm Lake eighth grade
The Storm Lake eighth grade "A" team beat Spencer 14-16, 15-7, 18-16 on Tuesday. Ashley deLance went 7-for-9 in serving, while Mel Fisher was 7-for-11 and Angie Demers 4-for-7.
The "B" team won 14-16, 15-10, 15-8. Amanda Dose was 12-for-17 in serving, while Dianna Lai was 6-for-9 and Katie Siever 4-for-7. The "C" team won 17-15, 15-9, 12-15. Becky Mason went 8-for-13 in serving. Allysa Enns was 9-for-13.
Storm Lake St. Mary's junior high
The Storm Lake St. Mary's seventh and eighth grade volleyball teams remained undefeated as the eighth grade beat Albert City-Truesdale 15-1, 15-7, 15-5. Heidi McKinney went 11-for-14 in serving. Katie Larsen was 6-for-8 and Danielle Brock 4-for-6.
The seventh grade beat AC-T 15-11, 15-8, 15-8. Trish Raulie was 11-for-12 in serving, while Heidi Hammen was 10-for-14 and Kellie Burke 7-for-8.