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College volleyball: Century hands Ridgewater a loss

Wood Ducks avenge an earlier defeat

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WHITE BEAR LAKE — The Ridgewater volleyball team now has an 8-8 record after a 3-1 Minnesota College Athletic Conference loss to Century College on Wednesday.

The Wood Ducks beat the Warriors 25-23, 20-25, 25-23, 25-16..

Madi Leyendecker, a first-year setter from Paynesville, recorded 23 assists, 14 digs and two kills for Ridgewater.

“We were unable to find consistent rhythm against a well-controlled Century College tonight,” coach Amanda Bohlsen said. “We look forward to our weekend of home games.”

Ridgewater beat Century 3-2 on Sept. 18 in Willmar. The Warriors won that one 33-31, 23-25, 25-22, 16-25, 16-14.

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Ridgewater has a home match at 6:30 p.m. Friday against Riverland Community College, then plays again at home Saturday against Anoka-Ramsey Community College.

Century 3, Ridgewater 1

Ridgewater (8-8) 23 25 23 16
Century (9-9) 25 20 25 25
Ridgewater
Serving (aces): Coral Mattison 3, Morgan Mandel 2, Madi Leyendecker 1, Grace Garoutte 1 … Set assists: Leyendecker 23, Garoutte 1, Harley Kunstleben 1, Adelia Pierson 1 … Hitting (kills): Mandel 7, Haylee Johnson 6, Kunstleben 5, Sienna Olson 5, Pierson 4, Mattison 3, Leyendecker 2, Tayler Schmidt 1 … Blocking (aces): Olson 5, Mandel 3, Kunstleben 2, Leyendecker 2 … Digs (5 or more): Schmidt 20, Leyendecker 14, Mattison 10, Garoutte 10, Pierson 7, Johnson 5, Kunstleben 5
Century
Stats not available

Matthew Curry is a sports reporter and photographer for the West Central Tribune.
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