MADRID — The Collins-Maxwell volleyball team picked up one victory at the Madrid Invitational on Saturday.


The Spartans swept Baxter and came up short against both Van Meter and West Marshall to put their record at 12-5 on the season.


Collins-Maxwell downed Baxter by scores of 21-15 and 21-14. The Spartans suffered 21-17 and 21-5 losses to Van Meter and 21-15 and 21-12 setbacks against West Marshall.


Gracie Cheville manufactured 23 digs, seven kills, two aces and one assist and block apiece for Collins-Maxwell during the tournament. Reagan Franzen had 10 assists, eight digs, six kills, two blocks and two aces and Josie Wierson five kills, five digs, four blocks, four aces and one assist.


Elise Robertson added nine digs, six assists, three kills and three blocks and Hannah Caple 38 digs, one assist and one ace. Jillian Holst produced two digs, two assists, one kill and one block; Trinity Stover three digs, one block and one ace; Brailyn Tankersley two kills, one dig and one block; Brooke Christie four digs and Jaden Camp two digs.


CEDAR FALLS — Collins-Maxwell decimated Valley Lutheran in a lopsided sweep on Sept. 27.


The Spartans pulled off a 25-18 victory in the first set. They really kicked it into high gear over the next two sets, winning 25-9 and 25-4 to improve to 11-3 overall and 3-1 in the Iowa Star Conference South Division.


Collins-Maxwell piled up 31 kills and 31 digs in the match. The Spartans also had eight aces.


Gracie Cheville recorded nine kills, 10 digs, two aces and one assist and Jillian Holst had nine kills, six assists, four digs and one ace for Collins-Maxwell in the win. Reagan Franzen tacked on 13 assists, four kills, three digs and three aces; Hannah Caple nine digs; Josie Wierson five kills and one assist, dig and ace apiece and Trinity Stover three kills, two digs, two assists and one ace.


Elise Robertson chipped in one kill and one dig and Brailyn Tankersley one kill for the Spartans.


MAXWELL — A strong block and good serving carried Collins-Maxwell to a four-set victory over Colo-NESCO on Sept. 25.


The Spartans scored a decisive 25-10 victory in the first set, won 25-20 in the third and dominated the fourth by a 25-13 score. Their only setback was a 25-23 decision in the second, as they improved to 10-3 on the season and 2-1 in the Iowa Star Conference South Division.


Collins-Maxwell racked up 16 blocks in the victory. The Spartans also went 80 of 86 serving with 14 aces.


Josie Wierson led Collins-Maxwell in blocks and aces with eight and five respectively. Wierson also had three kills and seven digs.


Gracie Cheville put up seven kills, nine digs and three aces and Reagan Franzen eight digs, five assists, four kills, three aces and one block. Jillian Holst finished with seven assists, six digs and two kills and Hannah Caple 14 digs and one ace.


Trinity Stover chipped in five blocks, three aces, three digs and one assist. Brailyn Tankersley added two kills and blocks apiece, plus a dig, and Brooke Christie had two digs.


Colo-NESCO fell to 5-14 overall and 2-2 in the ISC South Division. Rylee Purvis put up 16 digs and nine kills; Megan Carlson 20 assists, two digs and two kills, Maggie Barten six kills, four digs and one ace; Gracie Kettwig six kills and two aces and Emma Sarver 11 digs for the Royals.