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Lady Pates drop games to HLOF, Edgerton

Lead Summary
Joni Deelstra for the Star Herald

The Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots volleyball players, who are still looking for their first conference win, took on undefeated Heron Lake-Okabena-Fulda for a home conference match Tuesday, Oct. 5.
They dropped a home game to Edgerton Monday night, Oct. 11, in Hills in three games.
The Lady Pates travel to Adrian/Ellsworth Oct. 12, and they’ll take on Southwest Christian at home Oct. 18.
A talented HLOF team had no trouble shutting down the H-BC volleyball team in three sets. 
The Lady Pates had a hard time getting anything to go their way in the first two sets. HLOF took the first set 25-9  and the second one 25-5.
The Patriots started the third set out strong.
Kills by Kenadie Fick and Sam Moser and an ace serve by Brynn Rauk contributed to their lead, 11-6.
HLOF fought back and the lead went back and forth from 11-11 to 17-17, but HLOF went on to finish the game 25-17. 
Team Serving: 31/32
Attacks: Sam Moser 4 kills
Edgerton 3, HBC 0
The Patriots are still looking for a conference win after they fell to Edgerton Monday night.
The Patriots were able to keep it close in the first set.
The Patriots kept the lead the first half but Edgerton fought back to tie at 16-16 and pulled ahead to win 25-18.
H-BC struggled to stop or slow down Edgerton’s front row attacks in the next two sets.
The Dutchmen easily went on to win 25-14 and 25-15.
Attacks: Kenadie Fick 6 kills, Leeanna Gaugler 4 kills
Serving: Danette Leenderts 10/10, one ace serve
Set assists: Tess VanMaanen 10

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