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The Raiderettes had a busy Homecoming week, traveling to Afton for a bout with East Union on Tuesday, in which they came out on top with a 3-0 win before hosting the Mount Ayr volleyball tournament on Saturday.
Back on Tuesday, the Raiderettes improved to 6-1 after defeating a tough Eagles team, winning 25-22, 25-16 and 25-9.
In the win, Hayden Ruggles led the team in assists with 15, Addy Reynolds led in kills with five, Halsie Barnes had one block to lead the team and Maddie Stewart recorded 17 digs.
As a team, the Raiderettes recorded 29 assists, 28 kills, two blocks, 34 digs and went 70-of-73 from the line with 11 aces.
The Raiderettes then had a few days off, other than the slew of Homecoming activities, until their all-day volleyball tournament that saw Interstate-35, Clarke, East Mills, Wayne, Shenandoah. Martensdale-St. Marys and Lamoni attend.
The tournament began in pool play, with the Black Pool playing in the middle school gym where they saw East Mills defeat Martensdale-St. Marys 2-0, Shenandoah defeat East Mills, Martensdale-St. Marys defeat Clarke, East Mills defeat Clarke and Martensdale-St. Marys defeat Shenandoah.
In the Red Pool, the Raiderettes fell to Interstate-35, 2-1 before Lamoni defeated Wayne, followed by a victory over Interstate-35.
Against Interstate-35, the Raiderettes recorded 17 assists, led by Kaylie Shields with eight and 21 kills led by Addy Reynolds with 11.
On defense the Raiderettes recorded two blocks, one by Reynolds and one by Zoey Larsen, while Reynolds led the team in digs with eight, while the team recorded 21.
At the line, the Raiderettes were 35-of-44 with two aces.
Olivia Huntington led the team, serving 12-of-13.
Mount Ayr then faced Wayne, coming out on top 2-0.
The Raiderettes defeated the Lady Falcons 21-7 and 21-13.
The Raiderettes recorded 10 assists, led by Shields who had six and recorded 11 kills, led by Reynolds who had five.
Halsie Barnes had the teams lone block and Reynolds led the team in digs with four.
From the serve line, the Raiderettes recorded six aces, led by Huntington, who went 14-of-15.
Mount Ayr would then face the undefeated Lamoni team, falling 2-0.
Against Lamoni, the Raiderettes fell 21-11 and 21-10.
The Raiderettes recorded 10 assists, led by Hayden Ruggles with seven and 12 kills led by Reynolds who recorded five, followed by Tegan Streit who had four.
Mount Ayr was 18-of-21 serving with one ace that came from Huntington.
Interstate-35 then defeated Wayne 2-1 to advance into tournament play.
In tournament play, Interstate-35 and Shenandoah would face off in the middle school gym for a shot at third place, while East Mills and Lamoni would battle for first.
Lamoni defeated East Mills in the first set, 25-19, but East Mills would make the Demons work for the second win, tying things up late, however Lamoni won it all 29-27.