Area Volleyball: C-I wins 5 set thriller over Pillager

Area Volleyball Sept. 26

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CROSBY โ€” Brynn Hollenhorst recorded 41 set assists and Josie Schaefer 18 kills for the Crosby-Ironton Rangers in their 3-2 win over Pillager Monday, Sept. 26.

Pillager was led by Kaylee Mudgett who recorded 39 digs.

Pillager 25 19 25 18 11

Crosby-Ironton 23 25 20 25 15

Crosby-Ironton statistics

Jada Mitchell 2 set assists, 9 digs

Samantha Hachey 8 kills, 1 set assist, 7 digs

Hannah Pakarinen 4 kills, 3 blocks

Shyann Andrews 5 kills, 6 ace serves, 1 block

Madison Auer-Thompson 2 kills, 1 ace serve, 26 digs

Annabell Dahlberg 4 kills, 3 digs, 2 block

Brynn Hollenhorst 4 kills, 41 set assists, 2 ace serves, 16 digs, 1 block

Josie Schaefer 18 kills, 2 set assists, 14 digs, 1 block

Leah Erickson 1 kill

Ella Dahlberg 1 ace serve

Olivia Rudolph 1 kill

Overall: C-I 3-8. Next: Crosby-Ironton hosts Hill City 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27.

Pillager statistics

Kaylee Mudgett 39 digs, 1 kill, 1 set assist, 1 ace serve

Madison Vanvickle 2 digs, 2 blocks

Libbie Lorentz 6 kills, 2 blocks, 1 dig

Malaney Laveau 7 kills, 6 digs, 3 ace serves

Bridget Danielson 12 set assists, 8 digs, 2 ace serves, 1 kill

Alivia Brown 13 digs, 1 kill

Josephine Kimman 11 digs, 8 kills, 1 ace serve, 1 block

Aidyn Schuett 13 digs

Gracie Mudgett 8 set assists, 5 digs, 1 ace serve

Makenna Camacho 3 ace serves, 2 kills, 2 digs, 2 blocks

Jada Loucks 2 kills, 1 set assist, 1 dig

Overall: P 1-15. Next: Pillager at New York Mills 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29.

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