College Volleyball: Raiders dominate Cardinals

The Central Lakes College Raiders hosted Hibbing Friday, Sept. 30.

Megan Rinicker
Megan Rinicker
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BRAINERD — On a day the Central Lakes College Raiders learned they would have to forfeit six games, including four Northern Division games, the Raiders took care of business and swept the Hibbing Cardinals 3-0 Friday, Sept. 30.

Megan Rinicker led the way with 10 kills, six digs and four aces while Jenna Pelnis collected 17 digs for the Raiders.

Allison Dornseif chipped in 14 set assists and five aces for the Raiders as their record now stands at 9-10 and 6-4 in the conference.

Hibbing 11 6 10

Central Lakes 25 25 25

Raider statistics

Kalli Papenfuss 1 kill, 1 set assist, 3 digs

Allison Dornseif 14 set assists, 5 aces, 4 digs

Kaitlyn Hines 3 kills, 1 dig

Gabbie Enneking 1 ace

Jenna Pelnis 1 set assist, 1 ace, 17 digs

Megan Rinicker 10 kills, 1 set assists, 4 aces, 6 digs, 2 blocks

Tori Plemel 4 kills, 1 dig, 1 block

Jacey Rydberg 5 kills, 14 set assists, 3 aces, 1 dig

Morgan Majerus 4 kills

Jaime Johnson 4 kills

Emersen Millar 2 kills

Natalie Pedersen 1 kill

Nana Lopez 2 digs

Division: CLC 6-4. Overall: CLC 9-10. Next: Central Lakes hosts Rainy River noon Saturday, Oct. 1.

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