The Grayville Bison returned from Benton ahead on Saturday.

The Lady Bison took part in the Rangerette Classic over the weekend, finishing the tournament with three wins and two losses. The bordertown girls bested Valmeyer and Salem in consecutive sets, also defeating Sesser in three games. They were in turn beaten by Nashville and Woodlawn.

Grayville made short work of Valmeyer to take their opening match 25–13, 25–16. The Bison followed up with a 25–18, 25–23 win over Salem.

Nashville provided the first snag of the day for the GHS unit, as the Lady Bison dropped the contest by a 24–26, 14–25 margin. Grayville bounced back from the loss to take a three-set match against Sesser; 25–14, 23–25, 15–8.

The Bison ended the day by losing a pair of close sets to fellow Midland Trail Conference member Woodlawn; 19–25, 22–25.

For the tournament, Kami Johnson set up her teammates with 42 total assists, also accounting for 18 kills, 15 digs and three aces. Sidney Foster put up a team-high 24 kills, 32 assists, 25 digs, two aces and one block. Macy Knight led Grayville in blocks for the day with three, also netting 24 digs, 17 kills and three aces.

Kiki Robinson put up 37 digs and a kill, while Alyvia Rahmoeller netted 13 kills, seven digs and two blocks. Kylee Hoseman recorded 11 digs, nine kills and seven aces. Sara Albino had 17 digs, eight aces, nine kills and two assists to her name, while Payton Howard registered two digs.

Callie Neeley managed two assists and one dig for the tourney.