Camanche delivered 17 ace serves Tuesday night as it opened the high school volleyball season with a 25-10, 25-20, 25-23 victory against Calamus-Wheatland in a Big East Conference match.

“Our girls stepped it up this game,” Camanche coach Erin Daniels said. “Taylor Bialas and Lindsey Grams passed with great accuracy. Brettan Hilgendorf’s defense was tough to be stopped. Kylie (Vogel) passed the ball well and mixed up the sets so all of our hitters could be successful.”

Vogel had 22 assists for the Indians, while Julia Moore led the offense with nine kills. Bialas had 15 digs and Hilgendorf added 11 on the defensive side.

Sydney Grell’s five aces paced the Indians, while Moore and Vogel added four each.

Abbie Moellenbeck led Calamus-Wheatland with seven kills, and she also had eight assists, two fewer than Sydney Kerr.

CAMANCHE 25-25-25, CALAMUS-WHEATLAND 10-20-23

Individual statistics

Kills — Calamus-Wheatland 22 (Abbie Moellenbeck 7, Stephanie Petersen 5, Abagale Pewe 4, Rebecca Vander Heiden 4); Camanche 25 (Julia Moore 9, Libby Schnoor 5, Sydney Grell 4, Brettan Hilgendorf 3, Courtney Sowle 3). Assists — Calamus-Wheatland 20 (Sydney Kerr 10, Moellenbeck 8); Camanche 23 (Kylie Vogel 22). Blocks — Calamus-Wheatland 1; Camanche 7 (Moore 2 BS, 2 BA; Vogel 3 BA). Digs — Calamus-Wheatland 28 (Madison Bennett 7, McKenna Luepker 6, Moellenbeck 6); Camanche 43 (Taylor Bialas 15, Hilgendorf 11, Lindsey Grams 7, Grell 6). Ace serves — Calamus-Wheatland 8 (Bennett 3, Luepker 2); Camanche 17 (Grell 5, Moore 4, Vogel 4, Courtney Sowle 3).

Junior varsity — Camanche won 21-10, 21-15.