Final Cowgirl volleyball stats show Kruger led in serving, Middleton in kills

The Clarion-Goldfield-Dows varsity volleyball team finished another strong season with a 27-9 overall record, and finished in a tie for second place in the North Central Conference. Iowa Falls-Alden was league champ at 7-0, and qualified for state, with the Cowgirls, Humboldt and Algona all following with identical 5-2 records.

The team had 1.721 successful serves out of 1,879 serve attempts in 91 total sets. That made for a 91.6 team efficiency percentage for the year. There were 257 total aces for an average of 2.82 per set. Kenna Kruger was 333 out of 365 in serves for 91.2 percent. Vanessa Kolb was 318 out of 343 for 92.7 percent. Jadyn Jondle was 272 out of 300 for 90.7 percent. Haley Nerem was 262 out of 280 for 93.6 percent. Alaina Friesleben was 241 out of 276 for 87.3 percent.

In conference matches only, the team was tied for first in kills (295), was third in kill efficiency (.218) and was seventh in serving (.908). Nerem was 20th in serving at 95.4 percent. Kruger was second in assists with 197, with Friesleben at 47 for 13th. Middleton was third in the league matches in kills with 99, followed by Nerem in fifth at 83. Greenfield was sixth in kill efficiency at .295, with Nerem ninth at .2609 and Middleton 13th at .235. Askelsen was sixth in digs with 102, followed by Nerem in eighth at 99. Kapka was seventh in blocks with 18 total, with Kolb tied for 19th at 11 total.  

 

For more team stats, see the November 16 edition of the Monitor.