By Allen Hamil Sports Editor
HOLSTEIN ó The MMCRU volleyball team went 2-2 in the matches at the Ridge View Classic on Saturday.
The Royals secured a 2-0 sweep over Woodbury Central by scores of 21-15 and 21-19.
Avery Schlenger and Isabelle Olson led the team with six kills apiece while Jadyn Young and Hannah Neddermeyer finished with three kills each.
Breanna Staab had three ace serves which was half of the team's total.
MMCRU has won the last four years over the Wildcats.
The other win came by a 2-1 score to OABCIG. The Falcons won the first set 21-9, but the Royals won the final two sets by scores of 21-19 and 15-12 to claim the win.
Kennedy Tentinger joined Neddermeyer for the team lead in kills with four apiece.
Staab led the team with four ace serves and also had the most digs with 14.
MMCRU has won the last three meetings in the series.
The team's pool play loss came against East Sac County in straight sets by scores of 21-16 and 21-19.
The Royals had a negative hitting efficiency in the loss. Neddermeyer led the team with four kills. Torey Tentinger and Avery Schlenger each had a pair of kills.
Jadyn Young, who led the team in assists in all three matches, had an ace serve alongside Kennedy Tentinger and Olson.
The Royals have never beaten East Sac County.
MMCRU fell in the semifinals to Ridge View by a 2-0 score. The Raptors won by set scores of 25-14 and 25-16.
The Royals had a negative hitting efficiency in the match while the Raptors hit .262. Schlenger led the team with four kills and a pair of blocks. Olson had three kills to match her number of assists. Young had the lone ace serve for the team.
MMCRU has not won any of their five matches against Ridge View.
The Royals had a 3-3 record after the tournament.