Area Volleyball: Flyers falter against Thunder

Little Falls hosted Zimmerman Thursday, Sept. 29.

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LITTLE FALLS — Jayden Spillum registered nine kills, 10 digs and three ace serves while Jaylene Newman posted 12 set assists, 11 digs and three ace serves for the Little Falls Flyers in a 3-1 Granite Ridge Conference loss to the Zimmerman Thunder Thursday, Sept. 29.

Avery Herdering finished with 19 set assists and seven kills and Malae Nolan collected 21 digs to go with three ace servers for the Flyers.

Zimmerman 25 23 25 25

Little Falls 20 25 17 19

Little Falls statistics

Jayden Spillum 9 kills, 10 digs, 3 ace serves

Halle Reis 6 kills, 11 digs, 1 ace serve

Avery Herdering 7 kills, 19 set assists

Hailey Sequin 7 kills, 1 block

Clarie Vanrissingham 2 kills, 2 blocks

Jaylene Newman 11 digs, 12 set assists, 3 ace serves

Malae Nolan 21 digs, 3 ace serves

Conference: LF 2-4. Overall: LF 8-9. Next: Little Falls at Mora 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4.

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