COLUMBIA - The Helias Lady Crusaders won varsity, junior varsity and freshman matches Monday against Father Tolton.
Helias won the varsity match 25-9, 25-3.
Ashley Dudenhoeffer finished with 15 service points and 14 assists. Erica Haslag led with seven kills, while Lindsey Griggs and Tory Wiley had five each.
Helias (9-2) will host Hermann on Thursday.
In Monday's JV match, Helias was a 25-5, 25-11 winner.
Megan Brown had 11 service points and four digs for the Lady Crusaders (5-0). Heidi Strobel totaled six assists, while Clarissa Fennessey had six kills.
The Helias freshman team was a 25-10, 25-16 winner against Father Tolton
Morgan Fischer and Kayla Bax both had 11 service points, while Fischer dished out seven assists. Laura Vanderfeltz finished with six digs, while Ella Ward led the Lady Crusaders (5-0) with three kills.
The Lady Crusaders finished 5-1 and took second Saturday at the 16-team West Plains Show-Me Showdown.
Helias opened by beating West Plains (25-13, 25-14), Webb City (25-9, 25-9) and Thayer (25-12, 25-7) in its pool to claim the No. 1 spot heading into bracket play.
Helias then defeated West Plains again (25-13, 25-10) to advance to the semifinals, where it beat Paragould, Ark., (25-13, 25-16).
Helias fell 25-22, 19-25, 23-25 to Logan-Rogersville in the title match.
Brittney Engelbrecht had 78 assists, 35 service points and 33 digs in the tournament. Haslag had 43 kills and 18 blocks, while Dudenhoeffer had 47 assists and 25 service points. Laura Schieber led the team with 43 service points, while Blake Berhorst totaled 46 digs.