HOLTON — It was a tough night for the Mason County Central girls volleyball team.

The Spartans brought the curtain down on the West Michigan Conference Rivers portion of their schedule with a 3-0 loss to Holton Tuesday night.

Spartans setter Alyana Rafter missed the game with an illness, and they had to work especially hard for every point.
“Maxie Green, one of our seniors, stepped up and did a great job setting despite the circumstances,” said Spartans coach Erin O’Harra. “We need to get healthy and buckle down for the conference tournament and districts.”
Mikaylah McVicker paced the Spartans, going 10-of-10 serving with one ace, 6-of-9 in serve receive, 5-of-10 in digs and 1-of-1 in attacking.
Green was 8-of-8 serving with one ace, was 3-of-6 digs and 13-of-17 in setting with four assists.
Charlie Banks was 6-of-6 serving, 6-of-8 in serve receive, 5-of-7 in digs, 4-of-5 in attacks with one kill, had two blocks, was 7-of-7 setting with three assists.
Peyton Welch was 4-of-5 in serve receive, 2-of-3 in digs, 6-of-6 in attacks with one kill and had two blocks. Aylin Davila finished 5-of-7 in serving with one ace, 3-of-7 in serve receive and 2-of-4 in digs.
Ashlyn McKay was 7-of-8 serving, 8-of-10 in serve receive, 4-of-5 digging and 3-of-3 setting with one assist. Tori Dunblazier was 6-of-8 serving with two aces, 10-of-13 in serve receive, 3-of-4 digging, 20-of-23 attacking with four kills and had one block.
Riley Mast was 2-of-3 attacking with one kill, had one block and one assist. Wren Nelson finished 4-of-5 serving with two aces, was 3-of-3 in digs and was 11-of-12 attacking with four kills.
Both the Spartans and Red Devils compete in the conference tournament at Ravenna on Saturday.