Dragons volleyball hosted two home games this week, hosting Ogilvie on Tuesday and East Central on Thursday for their fourth annual Pink Out for a Cure Night.

Pine City 3, Ogilvie 0

On Tuesday, Oct.1, the Dragons defeated Ogilvie 3-0 (25-14, 25-18, and 25-10). Leading the team in serving were Makenna Nelson with 11 ace serves, followed by Kensi Tayerle with six ace serves. Ashley Faur led the team with six kills, and Meredith Kolling ended the night with five kills. Leading the team defensively were Ashley Faur and Meredith Kolling with two solo blocks each. Meredith Kolling also led the team in digs, along with Makenna Nelson with five digs each. Lexi Havel also showed her skills with four digs.

Pine City 3, East Central 0

On Thursday, Oct. 3, the Dragons matched up against East Central for their fourth annual Pink Out for a Cure. Each team purchased shirts to wear that day for warm-ups. Proceeds from the shirt sales are donated to the Circle of Hope foundation serving cancer patients and survivors in Pine County. This year they donated over $500 to Circle of Hope.

“This is always one of my favorite games of the year,” said coach Tami Nelson. “I am so thankful for the continued support of players and the East Central players!”

Pine City defeated East Central 3-0 (25-15, 25-7, 25-10). Leading the Dragons in serving were Ashley Faur with eight ace serves, followed by Lexi Havel with four ace serves. Ashley Faur also led the team with 12 kills, followed by Meredith Kolling with six. Ellie Hasz led Pine City with six digs, followed by Katelyn Lorsung and Ashley Faur with four digs each.

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