October 01, 2022

Wolverines go 2-2 at ACGC tournament

Nodaway Valley volleyball took a 2-2 finish away from the Charger Invitational hosted by Adair-Casey/Guthrie Center Saturday after they were swept last Tuesday night in their home opener by Southwest Valley.

The Wolverines defeated Exira-EHK 2-0 (21-14, 21-16) and Perry 2-0 (24-22, 21-16). They lost to ACGC 2-0 (21-10, 21-15) and Glidden-Ralston 2-1 (11-21, 21-19, 13-15).

In the win over Exira-EHK, NV’s Lindsey Davis led with five kills. Bella Hogan had four and Genevieve Livingston two. Izzy Eisbach and Bailey Carstens each had one. Lundy had nine set assists.

Lundy had one solo block. Makinley Edwards led with four digs. Davis had two and Madison Long one.

Hogan had three aces and Davis four kills to lead the way against Perry.

Carstens added three kills, Livingston two and Eisbach, Lundy and Hogan one each.

Long led with eight digs. Livingston chipped in three, Edwards and Davis two, and Lundy one.

Edwards had two aces while Livingston had one.

Davis had three kills against ACGC, Livingston two and Carstens and Lundy one each. Lundy had three assists.

Edwards led with four digs, Davis had three, Livingston two and Long, Lundy and Hogan one each.

Edwards had two aces.

Lundy had 11 assists against Glidden-Ralston, and Davis led with seven kills. Livingston added four kills, Lundy three and Megan McCall two.

Long and Livingston each had five digs. Davis added two and Shyan Castillo and Lundy one each.

Davis, Edwards and Livingston had one ace serve apiece.

Southwest Valley downed the Wolverines on set scores of 25-17, 25-11 and 25-21.

Nodaway Valley came out hitting and blocking well to gain an early lead against the Timberwolves in the first set. The visitors then built a 12-9 advantage and never trailed again.

The Timberwolves led from the onset in the second and third sets, respectively, as the Wolverines remained off balance in their serve receive and pasing.

SWV senior Ryanne Mullen had 18 set assists as junior Charlee Larsen led the hitting with 11 kills.

Davis led the Wolverines with seven kills. Hogan tallied four, Livingston three and Carstens, Lundy and Edwards one.

Carstens and Hogan had one solo block each. Lundy had four digs, Davis and Long three each, Edwards and Livingston two each and Castillo one.

Davis had two aces. Livingston and Hogan had one each.

Nodaway Valley (5-9, 1-1 in the Pride of Iowa Conference) was set to host Bedford Tuesday, Sept. 20.

Caleb Nelson

Caleb Nelson

Caleb Nelson has served as News Editor of the Adair County Free Press and Fontanelle Observer since Oct. 2017. He and his wife Kilee live in Greenfield. In Greenfield and the greater Adair County area, he values the opportunity to tell peoples' stories, enjoys playing guitar, following all levels of sports, and being a part of his local church.