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SENTINEL TRIBUNE f s Jackson Tournament brings Charger's volleyball team to 8 wins, 2 losses, 4 ties By Natlie Ross Coach Chargers nabbed their second conference win against MLBO on Tuesday night, September 15, in part by their great serve recep- tion. WWG didn't give up any aces in the entire match which is a skill they've been working hard on daily in practice. Kristie Hoffman handled 7 of those serves with quiet calm for perfect passes to the setter. Hoffman also had 24 digs for the night. Chanel Madson helped the Chargers open up the first set when she went back to serve at 15-12 and never looked back. Madson served out the rest of the set for a 25-12 win with her unpredictable- serve place- ment and tempo. The Chargers went on to take the second two sets 25-17, 25-23. Six of Madson's 27 serves were aces. Chanel also added 5 kills, 7 serve receptions and 15 digs to the books. Another spot on serve receiver for the match was Tayior Elzenga with 9 ups. Elzenga was also tough at the net getting 13 kills and one solo block. In the back row Elzenga had 3 ace serves and 15 digs. Melody Horkey had a fan- tastic night with 15 digs of her own and 4 serve recep- tions. Molly Jarmer had 6 great digs and 2 receptions. Alexis Quade got 4 kills, Frankie Jensen 3, Morganne Knaukmuhs 2 kills to add to the Charger offense. Jensen and Knakmuhs also had one stuff block a piece. Sara Jarmer set with determina- tion to total 27 set assists and also had 8 digs. Thursday night, September 17, the team was on the road again in Fulda. The Chargers left the court at the end of the night with another big conference win. Set scores were 25-15, 25- 21, 25-22. The Raiders really put a good defense on the floor but the Chargers countered with their own. The Chargers offense was the difference between the two teams with a good mixture of attacks. Chanel Madson ended the match with 9 kills many of which came at crunch time in the third set to come from behind for the win. Madson also had 12 digs and went 14/15 serves with Kristie Hoffman 1 ace. Alexis Quade put down 4 kills and was 5/6 serving. Frankie Jensen killed 3 balls in the third set to assist with the comeback. Taylor Elzenga swung hard to register 11 kills and had 7 ace serves on the offense side of the game. Defensively Elzenga had 3 stuff blocks and 5 digs. Kristie Hoffman played some great defense scoop- ing up 18 digs and con- trolled 14/15 serves. Amber West came into the back row and had 5 fierce serve receptions and two digs. Melody Horkey had 4 digs and 3 serve receptions to show for her great hustle in the backcourt. Molly Jarmer also had some great plays getting 8 digs, 3 serve recptions, an ace serve and one kill. Sara Jarmer did a stellar job of setting up the ball. Jarmer had 23 set assists, 3 digs, 1 stuff block and 1 ace serve. Maddie Frank had 1 strong kill in the second set and 1 solo block. Morganne Knakmuhs continues to set blocks well and had 1 stuff, was 12/15 serving with 1 ace and added 3 digs. Chargers won first place in Jackson over the week- end to bring the team to a 8 wins 2 loss and 4 split sea- son. The Jackson tourna- ment hosts some of the best teams around southwest MN. The Chargers held their own in pool play get- ting the first set win against Luverue 25-21. The second set, although played tough, was lost 14-25. They then took on the fourth ranked team in the state, Martin County West, and put up a great fight with some superb digs, great serve placement, great setting, powerful hitting and some in your face blocks. Red and silver came close to a win in the first set 23-25 and then lost the second 15- 25 after having a rough time breaking the solid MCW jump serve and their hitters placing well hid tips instead of swinging hard. Coming out of pool play WWG was third and went on in the tournament to face RRC once again. It took three sets but the Wednesday, September 23, 2009 Page 9:, Takle wins top C.A.T. Award Makenna Takle Makenna Takle of Walnut Grove, MN was presented with the Top C.A.T. Award on her All Skills court of the S.EI.K.E. TM Performance Camp held in late July at Mounds Park Academy in St. Paul, MN. The award goes to athletes who exhibit the best combination of Communication, Attitude, and Technical skills (C.A.T.). It is awarded at the sole dis- cretion of the camp coaches. Vie Spadaccini, camp director said, "This is a phys- ically demanding and men- tally challenging camp. The coaches take this award very seriously. Makenna was competing with older ath- letes from around the coun- try. She made a strong impression on the coaches the very first morning with her remarkable energy and enthusiasm. Despite compet- ing with older and bigger players, she earned the award in volleyba00 with her hard work, excellenl court communication skills] great attitude, and good techq nical skills. I hope she come back next year to defend hei title." S.P.I.K.E. TM PerformancJ] Camps is one of the premier girls volleyball camps in t Midwest. Athletes fro around the world from as far away as Japan have attend e4: Among the eleven coach# who worked the camp, fiv, were collegiate coachs; Former professional players collegiate players, or high school coaches assist the co legiate coaches. The camp has sessions for players of all levels, from experienel beginners to collegia bound just-graduated senioi/. Makenna is the dauglltt of Jenny and Mark Takle iSf Walnut Grove. Chargers persevered in the deciding set with a decisive score of 15-8 after spliting the first two 19-25, 25-18. The championship match was against St. James where the Chargers took the first set 25-14 and the sec- ond 25-21. Anne Woelber set a solid match to help the team take home a first place medal in their division. Taylor Elzenga compiled 31 kills, 8 aces, 28 digs and 2 stuffs. Chanel Madson was solid for the team get- ting 14 kills, 11 aces, and 19 digs. Alexis Quade put down 5 kills, and 2 ace serves. Frankie Jensen had 13 kills, and 3 solo blocks. Maddie Frank saw some time in the middle and on the left in the front row and played well in both places getting 9 kills and putting up a nice block. Morganne Knakmuhs had 4 kills and 1 ace serve. The defensive specialists kept the ball alive very well and did a great job controlling the ball on serve receive. Kristie Hoffman registered Sara Jarmer 19 digs and had only 3 errors out of 27 serves received. Amber West dug 10 balls and had 11 positive serve receptions. Molly Jarmer had some huge digs totaling 12 and 12 good serve recetY- tions. Melody Hork6, claimed 2 digs. Karle Deprez had 2 kills and did a nice job with blocking as well. 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