Dallas Center-Grimes fell to Nevada in three straight sets on Monday night in the Regional Final Volleyball Tournament.

The Fillies will not be moving on to the State Volleyball Tournament after losing a hard fought match to the Cubs (25-19, 25-19, 25-17).

The Fillies had a team kill efficiency of 0.042 with a total of 27 kills and 120 attack attempts. The leading Filly was Abby Greiman with a kill efficiency of  0.429, 4 kills and 7 attack attempts. In comparison the Cubs had a kill efficiency of 0.228, 36 kills and 101 attack attempts. Their leader in kills was Abby Stephenson with a total of 15 kills and 39 attack attempts, while Hattie Rhodes led with a kill efficiency of 0.667.

Of the Fillies 27 assists, Ally Ferguson led the team with a total of 21. Gillian Tupper was the Cub that had the most assists with 32 out of the team's 35 assists. Halle Rosenboom of the Fillies had 19-of-57 digs for the team. The Cubs had 59 digs, 18 of them coming solely from Stephenson.

The Cubs had 10 blocks as a team each coming from assisted blocks, Kacie Rewerts and Stephenson each had three blocks. The Fillies had a total of four blocks and just like the Cubs, the Fillies' blocks were all assisted blocks. Abby Greiman, Haley Greiman, Tatum Jorgensen and Dakota Miles each had one block for the Fillies.

The Cubs had a serve efficiency of 0.904 as a team and had two girls with a serve efficiency of 100 percent. Both Stephenson and Rhodes had all of their serves go over the net and each had one of the Cubs' three aces.

The Fillies team serve efficiency was 0.842 with 48-of-57 serves going over the net. Ferguson was the lone Filly to have a 100 percent serve efficiency on the night, while Jorgensen followed with a serve efficiency of 0.889. Of the four aces for the Filles, Haley Greiman successfully served two, while Grace Judd and Miles had one ace each.

"I was proud of the way we played tonight, I think they gave it their best effort," said Coach Cheryl Voelker. "Nevada was just tough, they made very few mistakes, they came out swinging, they played well together and it was hard to break them down."

The Cubs will move on to play Tuesday, Nov. 8 at 4 p.m. against Pella at the State Volleyball Tournament.