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Prep Volleyball Roundup: Luverne sweeps West Central; MCC, SWC win in RRC

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Prep Volleyball Roundup: Luverne sweeps West Central; MCC, SWC win in RRC
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HARTFORD, S.D. -- Kat Dahl had 10 kills, 12 digs and two solo blocks to lead Luverne to a three-game victory against West Central Tuesday in a non-conference volleyball match.

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Sundra Xaphakdy had eight kills and 11 digs for Luverne, which won 28-26, 25-13, 25-10.

Katlyn Sawtelle had seven kills, while Paige Olson had two solo blocks, 16 set assists, 12 digs and was 12-for-15 serving.

Calli Sawtelle had five service aces, while Diana Hanson added four.

Mikki FItzer had three solo blocks, while Erika Rust added a pair of blocks for the Cardinals (11-7), who will travel to Jackson County Central Thursday in a Southwest Conference match.

SSC 3, ML/B-O 0

MOUNTAIN LAKE -- In a balanced attack for Southwest Star Concept, the Quasars came away with a three-game victory against Mountain Lake/Butterfield-Odin Tuesday in a Red Rock Conference volleyball match.

Katey Granstra had nine kills and four ace blocks for the Quasars (18-6, 8-1), who won 25-5, 25-13, 25-16.

Erika Post had eight kills, while Maddie Collin had three aces blocks and was 12-for-13 serving with three aces.

Luanna Henkels led the Quasars with a 21-for-21 serving night with three aces. She also had 27 set assists.

Jenna Leopold had 11 digs, while Bria Baumgard had seven digs.

For ML/B-O (3-5 conference), Kara Thiessen had 15 serve receives, while Brittany Wenner and Megan Svalland each had four kills.

Michelle Dirks added three kills for the Wolverines, while Kaitlin Feil had 10 set assists.

SSC will host Red Rock Central Thursday, while ML/B-O will travel to Edgerton.

MCC 3, Adrian 0

ADRIAN -- Kate Robinson had nine kills and three blocks, and Emily Bose added 13 kills and four blocks as Murray County Central swept Adrian.

Alyssa Schmidt added 28 set assists and 11 digs for the Rebels (16-4, 9-0), which won 26-24, 25-20, 25-17.

For the Dragons (7-10, 5-4), Karlee Jackson had 10 kills, three blocks and three ace serves, while Hayley Vaske added two service aces.

Kourtney Kramer had eight kills and two blocks, while Katy Slater had seven kills.

Ashley Thier had 26 set assists for a Dragon team that will travel to Round Lake-Brewster Thursday.

MCC will travel to Southwest Christian Thursday.

SWC 3, W-WG 1

WESTBROOK -- Kayla Broekhuis had 17 set assists and five ace serves as Southwest Christian remained unbeaten in the conference with a four-game victory against Westbrook-Walnut Grove.

Jada Vander Veen led the SWC attack with nine kills, while Angie Vermeer had seven kills for the Eagles, who won 25-18, 25-21, 20-25, 25-17.

Brianna Spronk had 14 total blocks for a SWC team that will host Murray County Central, another team with an unbeaten conference record, Thursday.

For W-WG (10-11-2, 4-5), Kylie Erickson had a block and was 11-for-12 serving with three aces, while Audra Schmidt had two blocks and was 16-for-17 serving with one ace.

Taylor Elzenga had nine kills and 22 digs for the Chargers, while Frankie Jensen had seven kills.

Sara Jarmer added 25 set assists, and Kristie Hoffman had 11 digs for W-WG, which will travel to Hills-Beaver Creek Thursday.

RRC 3, RL-B 0

JEFFERS -- Abby Halter had eight kills and 10 digs to lead Red Rock Central to a sweep against Round Lake-Brewster in a Red Rock Conference match Tuesday.

Game scores were 25-20, 25-18, 25-18.

Alyssa Fredrickson added seven kills and three blocks, while Krystle Sell and Abby Furth each had five kills.

Sell led the Falcons (10-8, 6-3) with 16 set assists, and was also perfect serving on the night (13-for-13) and scored seven points.

Caitlyn DeCock was 9-for-10 serving with one ace, and also had eight digs, while Cierra Nickel had 10 set assists for the Falcons, who will travel to SSC Thursday.

For the Raiders, Karen Schmitz had seven kills and a block, while Kim Wiese had two kills. Mara Eichenberger had 12 digs, while Chelsea Meyer had eight digs, and Roshay Reimers had nine set assists.

RL-B will host Adrian Thursday.

Fulda 3, H-BC 1

HILLS -- Mari Holinka had 10 kills and eight ace blocks to lead Fulda to a four-game victory Tuesday against Hills-Beaver Creek.

Chrissy Wieskus had 15 digs ,and Sheyenne Wildfeuer added 13 digs for Fulda, which won 25-22, 25-16, 16-25, 25-16.

Courtney Hulstein had 11 set assists, and Michelle Goedtke added eight for the Raiders (7-10-1, 6-4), while Brittany Hulstein was 18-for-19 serving with 11 points.

For the Patriots (2-11, 1-6), Kelsey McGuire had 12 kills and 17 digs, while Leah Hup had eight kills, and Meagan Stueven added seven kills.

Jessy Bos had 19 set assists, while Dani Baker was 11-for-12 serving, and Natalie Stueven was 9-for-10 serving for H-BC, which will host W-WG Thursday.

Fulda will play at the Subway Tournament in Marshall this weekend.

MOC-FV 3, S-O 1

ORANGE CITY, Iowa -- Kally Iedema had 14 kills and 17 digs to lead Sibley-Ocheyedan, but MOC-Floyd Valley was too much for the Generals Tuesday night in a Siouxland Conference volleyball match.

Jessica Ackerman added nine kills and 10 blocks for the Generals (13-7, 4-2), which lost 25-21, 25-18, 21-25, 25-12.

Hattie Hartzell was 17-for-17 serving and had the Generals' only two aces on the night. She also added 27 set assists, while Taylor White had 15 digs for S-O.

S-O will travel to Sioux Center Thursday night.

H-LP 3, WB-M 1

WEST BEND, Iowa -- Jena Peters had seven kills, four blocks and nine digs to lead Harris-Lake Park to a four-game victory against West Bend-Mallard in a Cornbelt Conference volleyball match Tuesday night.

Laura Rowe had eight kills and 17 set assists for the Wolves (18-5, 7-1), who won 25-22, 25-22, 20-25, 25-21.

Leah Elsbecher had nine kills and 15 digs, while libero Jenna Van Iperan had 17 digs for H-LP.

The Wolves will host their last home match Thursday.

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