Camdenton hosted its own tournament on Saturday where the Lakers finished 2-1-1 overall on home floor.

Camdenton hosted its own tournament on Saturday where the Lakers finished 2-1-1 overall on home floor.

The Lakers began with a 2-0 win over Sacred Heart (25-13, 26-24) where Jackie White and Miranda Hadfield led the way with five kills each and both Payton Kincaid and Charlotte Kurtz added two service aces while Sarah Holmes posted nine assists. Meanwhile, Olivia Whittle paced the defense with nine digs.

Up next was Branson and Camdenton split with the Pirates (25-17, 26-24). Mackenzie Daniels and Hadfield had six kills each to lead the attack and Holmes provided 15 assists while Whittle had 12 digs on the defensive end and Brooklyn Stidham finished with seven.

Camdenton met Helias in the next round and dropped two sets to the Crusaders (25-15, 25-7). Kincaid put up five kills for Camdenton, Holmes had nine assists and Whittle finished with six digs while Stidham posted five.

Camdenton met Branson one more time for the finale on Saturday and topped the Pirates again with a win in three sets (25-23, 26-28, 25-18).

Kincaid led the charge with 15 kills as both Daniels and Hadfield added seven each and both Whittle and Stidham served two aces while Holmes provided 24 assists. Whittle also had 21 digs and Holmes finished with 11 while both Stidham and Kincaid added nine each and Kurtz contributed eight.

Camdenton (9-4-2) was scheduled to host Southern Boone Monday and will play host to Glendale on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.