Redhawk Volleyball

Finding the gap in the Union defense with a kill is North Tama junior Shannon Stuart. After winning their pool at the South Tama volleyball tournament Sept. 24, the Redhawks came up short to the Knights in the semi-final, 18-25, 19-25. The Knights ended up second overall behind Sumner-Fredericksburg. Photo by Jeff Barker

By Amy Jantzen

Managing Editor

The North Tama volleyball team traveled to South Tama for a tournament Saturday, Sept. 24. North Tama took 1st place in their pool beating Hudson 2-1; Grinnell 2-1 and Saydel 2-1.

They lost in tournament play to 3A Union 0-2.

In the pool play Chelsea Dinsdale was 32-6 service in the nine games she played. Shannon Stuart was 13-1 serving in nine games. Aryn Isenhower was 37-2 serving in nine games. Shayla Kopriva was 10-0 serving in her nine games. Sydney Fehr was 14-0 serving in nine games. Allison Zobel was 21-8 serving in nine games.

Saydel’s Shelby Helm gets rejected by North Tama senior Chelsea Dinsdale in pool play at the South Tama tournament Sept. 24. Setting up the double block with Dinsdale is senior Sydney Fehr (15). The Redhawks grounded the Eagles in three, 21-19, 16-21 and 15-13. By Jeff Barker

Isenhower had 56 assists in the nine games. Stuart was 24-7 in kills for the nine games. Fehr was 34-11 in kills for the tournament.

Redhawk Volleyball

Zobel leads North Tama over Royals

Colo- Allie Zobel had 16 kills and a .517 hitting percentage as North Tama knocked off Colo-NESCO in Iowa Star Conference volleyball Thursday night, 20-25, 25-19, 25-23, 25-19.

Chelsea Dinsdale and Sydney Fehr both chipped in eight kills for the Redhawks (6-13, 3-1), and Josie Youel had six. Aryn Isenhower was credited for 29 assists and also served 28-30 with seven aces.

Fehr led North Tama with 22 digs and Shayla Kopriva had 18 more. Dinsdale made two blocks and also served 13 for 14 with four aces in the league win.