KMS volleyball team 2-3 at Subway Classic to place sixth

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Lexy Swanson (13) and Alexandra Walsh (5) go up for a block attempt as Mallory Rudningen (left) looks on from behind.

KMS volleyball team 2-3 at Subway Classic to place sixth

The KMS volleyball team had another busy week of play, competing in two conference matches during the week and also playing five matches at the SMSU Subway Classic in Marshall, Saturday.
The Saints fell to Minneota and MACCRAY in three games last Tuesday and Thursday night, respectively, but KMS did rebound to go 2-3 at the Subway Classic to place sixth in its division.
The Saints are now 9-13 overall and 3-7 in the Camden North heading into its final two regular-season dates, including a match at RTR, Tuesday (yesterday) and the Underwood Tournament, Saturday, Oct. 19.
MACCRAY is 8-2 in the Camden North and clinched the league title with one match to go, while the Saints are guaranteed to finish second.

Minneota 3, KMS 0
The Saints dropped their fourth-straight match with a 25-11, 25-8, 25-23 loss at Minneota last Tuesday night.
Minneota, ranked fourth in Class A in the latest state polls, improved to 7-1 in the Camden South Conference and 16-4 overall.  Minneota is currently tied for second in the conference behind Tracy Area (9-0) and Canby (8-1).
KMS was 38-for-44 serving with Halie Nichols going 11-for-11 to lead the way for the Saints.  Maret Gjerde was 7-for-8, while Mallory Rudningen was 6-for-7 with an ace.
Rudningen added a team-high 15 set assists, while Morgan Lesteberg led the defense with 16 digs and Katie Krieger was next with 11.
The Saints struggled at the net, putting down 18 kills but also registering 19 errors.  Alexandra Walsh led the way with six kills for KMS, while Lydia Wagner had five, and Haylee Johnson had four.  Walsh and Rudningen also had one block each........

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Lexy Swanson (13) and Alexandra Walsh (5) go up for a block attempt as Mallory Rudningen (left) looks on from behind.

 

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