STORM LAKE - Ashley Mason had seven serving points and charted 12 attacks, but it wasn't enough as Emmetsburg handed Storm Lake a 15-6, 15-7, 15-11 setback in a Lakes Conference volleyball match Monday night.
Storm Lake, now 0-4 in the league and 5-10 overall, received 12 attacks from Meredith Stille. Mason and Stille each had two kills. Mary Phiakhamta had nine attacks. Ranae Halder and Phiakhamta each had five serving points, while Jill Parman tallied 40 sets with five assists and Michelle Bowman 23 sets with three assists.
Storm Lake won the junior varsity match 15-1, 9-15, 16-14. Amanda Jones had 12 good serves with one ace. Lindsey Frederiksen had 11 kills and Lisa Bowman charted 18 sets with seven assists for the Tornadoes, now 2-5 overall.
Emmetsburg won the freshman match 15-3, 15-8, 20-18. Kiley Stavnes, Jessica Siefer, Emily Hotovec, Christina Otto, Heather Guntren and Cassie Huston all had three serving points.
* Storm Lake won one match, split one and lost one in the Schaller-Crestland Tournament last Saturday. The Tornadoes beat Akron-Westfield 15-11, 15-2; split with Alta 5-15, 15-6; and lost to Schaller-Crestland 15-4, 15-6.
Galva-Holstein 15-15-15, Westwood 5-0-1
Darci Vohs charted 14 kills, seven digs and two blocks as Galva-Holstein beat Westwood in Maple Valley Conference play Tuesday. Kris Beyer had seven kills, seven digs and two blocks, while Stacy Friedrichsen tallied 24 set assists, four digs and four ace serves. Shelley Cronin had five ace serves, five kills and six digs for the Pirates, who are now 8-0 in the league and 25-2-2 overall.
Albert City-Truesdale 3-17-15-15
Emily Ehlers went 39-for-48 in hitting with 18 kills and Karla Hogrefe was 21-for-25 with 11 kills to power Albert City-Truesdale past Pocahontas Monday night.
Lori Hogrefe went 1-for-11 in serving, while Stephanie Fales was 10-for-11. Karla Hogrefe was 19-for-21 with two aces, Ehlers 13-for-14 with three aces, Alicia Lovin 10-for-12 and Greta Aronson 9-for-9.
April Schuknecht made good on 27 of 28 set attempts with five assists, while Fales was 21 of 29 with eight assists. Karla Hogrefe charted 12 digs, while Ehlers and Schuknecht each had six. Mandy Schramm tallied seven blocks and Schuknecht six for the Hurricanes, now 8-6.
Lakeland 15-15-15, Aurelia 11-5-8
Emily Jipp went 20-for-27 in hitting with sven kills, but it wasn't enough as Lakeland beat Aurelia Monday night. Liz Scharton was 17-for-19 in hitting with three kills, while Kati Nelson was 10-for-10 with two kills and Kim Parker 8-for-9 with three kills.
Parker went 10-for-10 in serving, while Jill Smith and Lindsay Ireland were each 8-for-8. Scharton was 8-for-9 with two aces. Ireland made good on 26 of 27 set attempts with seven assists, while Jessica Monical was 19 of 19 with four assists.
Parker charted 10 digs, while Scharton and Nelson had two blocks apiece for the Bulldogs, who are now 6-4-1 overall.
Laurens-Marathon knocked off Newell-Fonda on Monday night. Sara Larsen went 8-for-8 in serving, 4-for-5 in hitting with four kills, and charted four blocks. Ashley Bellinghausen was 4-for-4 in hitting with three kills and tallied five blocks.
Erin Kies went 5-for-6 in hitting with five kills, while Amanda Kies was 3-for-3 with three kills. Mallary Chapman went 5-for-5 in serving with two aces and Molly Sievers was 9-for-9 with two aces and also had four blocks.
Maple Valley Conference Tournament
Galva-Holstein was defeated by Maple Valley/Anthon-Oto in the finals of the Maple Valley Conference Tournament by scores of 15-6, 15-2 on Monday night. The Pirates beat Westwood 8-15, 15-12, 15-8 in the semifinals.
Darci Vohs charted 16 kills, 20 digs and 15 blocks in the two matches. Kris Beyer had 11 kills, 13 digs and four blocks. Stacy Friedrichsen tallied 41 set assists, 12 digs and three blocks. Taneal Jepsen recorded 21 digs and eight kills, while Shelley Cronin contributed 10 digs.
Storm Lake seventh grade
The Storm Lake seventh grade "A" team defeated South O'Brien 15-7, 15-10, 15-13 Monday night. Kristan Erskine went 7-for-7 in serving, while Katelyn Croker was 9-for-10 and Rachel Swanson 8-for-9. The "B" team lost 15-7, 10-15, 15-10. Souninh Vithayasab was 14-for-17 in serving and Ali Brashears 5-for-5. The "C" team fell 11-15, 15-5, 15-5. Jasmine Carrasco went 9-for-10 in serving, while Autumn Gaes was 6-for-9 and Paty Romo 7-for-11.