Wrenshall junior Brooke Kent had 13 kills, 10 ace serves and 34 digs, but it wasn’t enough as the Wrens lost at home to Two Harbors on Tuesday, Sept. 10.

Wrenshall rallied from a set down to force a fifth game and even led 9-5 early. Two Harbors put together its own run and won 9 of the next 11 points.

Wrenshall won back the serve and took a point before a serving error cost the Wrens the match.

Wrenshall Coach John Peterson was disappointed with the loss but was happy with the way his team responded when they were down a set and several points in the fourth set.

“They’ve done pretty good this year dealing with adversity,” he said. “They get down and we’ll call a timeout and then they’ll pull it together. They just need to start finding the court.”

Wrenshall sophomore Jenna Johnson makes a set during a game against Two Harbors Tuesday, Sept. 12. Jamey Malcomb/Pine Journal
Wrenshall sophomore Jenna Johnson makes a set during a game against Two Harbors Tuesday, Sept. 12. Jamey Malcomb/Pine Journal

In addition to Kent, libero Magdalene Sowada had 33 digs and seven ace serves and Janae Sjodin had nine kills.

Wrenshall (2-1) is next scheduled to play at Silver Bay on Thursday, Sept. 12, at 6:30 p.m.

Two Harbors def. Wrenshall 25-16, 15-25, 25-19, 22-25, 15-13 — TH: Megan Maxey 8K, 27D; Jasmine Heikkila 6K; Emma Swanson 5AS. W: Brooke Kent 13K, 10AS, 34D; Janae Sjodin 9K; Magdalene Sowada 33D, 7AS; Jenna Johnson 20 SA.