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Hastings volleyball team is in second place in MEC standings

The Hastings volleyball team won another Metro East Conference match this week. The team is now 3-1 in the league and is tied for second place in the conference standings.

The win came last Tuesday night over Tartan in four sets. Hastings won the first set, 25-23, before losing the second, 26-26. The Raiders then put the Titans away with a 25-21 and a 25-18 win.

Stats from the match went like this:

Kills

Sabrina Astar: 13

Raelyn Reinardy and Jenna Biskupski: 8 each

Maddie Sandrin: 7

Set assists

Katie Burr: 19

Meagan Friederichs: 10

Serve receive average (3.0 scale)

Raelyn Reinardy: 2.07

Aleaha Zabel: 1.92

Paige Ahrens: 1.91

Digs

Paige Ahrens: 20

Meagan Friederichs: 12

Katie Burr: 11

Raelyn Reinardy: 10

Solo blocks

Lexy Langenfeld: 4

Sabrina Astar: 3

Block assists

Sabrina Astar: 5

Lexy Langenfeld & Jenna Biskupski: 3

Service aces

Katie Burr & Maddie Sandrin: 2 each

Serving points

Aleaha Zabel & Raelyn Reinardy: 13 each

Paige Ahrens: 8

Meagan Friederichs: 7

Vs North St. Paul

Hastings lost to the top team in the Metro East, North St. Paul, on Thursday night in three straight sets. The Polars have a perfect 5-0 league mark this year.

They won 25-17, 25-9 and 25-19.

Stats from the match went like this:

Kills

Sabrina Astar and Jenna Biskupski: 5 each

Maddie Sandrin: 4

Set assists

Katie Burr: 10

Meagan Friederichs: 4

Serve receive average (3.0 scale)

Raelyn Reinardy: 2.0

Paige Ahrens: 1.79

Digs

Paige Ahrens: 7

Raelyn Reinardy: 5

Solo blocks Lexy Langenfeld: 1

Block assists Jenna Biskupski & Sabrina Astar: 1 each

Service aces Katie Burr & Meagan Friederichs: 1 each

Serving points Katie Burr: 7

Raelyn Reinardy: 4

Meagan Friederichs: 3

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