WINTERSET - The North Union Volleyball Team wrapped up a 22-16 regular season with a 1-2 record at the Winterset Tournament this past weekend.
The Warriors lost 2-1 to both Creston and Nevada and swept Interstate 35, Truro 2-0.
In North Union's win, Jasmine Clausen led the attack with five kills while Madison Bollig and Collete Haag each had four and Allie Ingalls had three.
Ingalls also had nine set assists while Maaike Weiser had eight.
Cheyannd Boland had 11 digs, Clausen had three blocks and Bollig had two blocks.
Weiser had four of the team's seven ace serves. Haag was 14-of-14 with an ace from the service line.
Haag led the attack against Creston with six kills while Clausen and Sara Johnson had five apiece. Ingalls had 14 assists and Boland had nine digs.
Bollig and Ingalls each had four blocks.
Against Nevada, Haag had a team-high five kills and Bollig had four. Ingalls had 10 set assists and nine digs. Boland had f14 digs and Haag had eight. Clausen had two of the team's five ace serves.
North Union travels to Britt to take on West Hancock (6-24) in the first round of Class 2A Regional Volleyball on Wednesday. The winner will play sixth-ranked Lake Mills (40-0) on Tuesday, Oct. 23 in Lake Mills.
Last Thursday, the Warriors got a look at the undefeated Bulldogs at the St. Ansgar Quadrangular. North Union lost that match 2-0.
Aurora Oliver led the attack with five kills while Haag had three. Ingalls had six assists and Weiser had five.
Boland finished with 12 digs and Haag had three blocks.
The Warriors won their other two matches that night, defeating Forest City and St Ansgar both 2-1.
Haag, Oliver and Ingalls led the attack against Forest City with six kills each. Johnson had five.
Ingalls finished with 16 set assists and Weiser had eight.
Boland had 31 digs, Ingalls had 11 and Clausen had 10.
Clausen also had four of the team's seven ace services.
Bollig led the attack against St. Ansgar with six kills. Oliver had five and Haag had four.
Ingalls finished with 11 set assists and Weiser had nine.
Boland finished with 14 digs. Weiser had four ace serves. The Warriors just missed one serve in the match, going 47-of-48 from the line.