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Prep volleyball: W-WG, SWU roll
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WESTBROOK — On Westbrook-Walnut Grove’s homecoming week, their Parents’ Night, and their Senior Night, the girls volleyball team really put on a show Tuesday, holding Adrian to less than 10 points a game.


The match went three games. Set scores were 25-9, 25-5 and 25-9.

Madison Takle led the Chargers serving with three aces, going 12-12. Following Takle was Dayna Comnick, who was also 12-12 with one ace, and Alexa Byers, who was 11-11.

Comnick led W-WG with 17 kills. Totaling 7 and 6 were Cassidy Mischke and Takle, respectively. Comnick also had a team-leading 21 digs. Abby Herding finished with 13. Herding, the Chargers’ setter, also had 31 set assists.

On the Dragon side of the court, Elizabeth Thier, Bailey Grussing and Corie Reckamp all had two kills apiece. Thier also had 25 digs on the night. Christina Loonan and Reckamp each had 23 digs. Senior Sydnie Weiss 14 set assists.

W-WG are now 9-6 overall, and 3-2 in the conference. The Chargers head to Edgerton to take on the Flying Dutchmen on Thursday.

SWU 3, MLA 0

OKABENA— The Southwest United Wildcats remain perfect in their conference, sweeping Mountain Lake Area 3-0.

Set scores were 25-10, 25-16 and 25-18.

Andrea Kinkeldey had seven kills and eight digs for the Wildcats. Haley Schumacher was a perfect 17-17 serving, totaling four aces. Schumacher also had 25 set assists. Autumn Hinkeldey was 19-20 serving, with three aces.

Kailey Wendland had 10 digs for SWU, and Courtney Place had 15 kills and five blocks.

Rachel Dukes was 8-for-9 serving for Mountain Lake Area, and had an ace. The senior also had four kills, three blocks and nine set assists for the Wolverines. Mikayla Falk had 13 digs for MLA. Signey Stoesz had nine digs, and Hanna Stoesz had three blocks.

MLA is now 4-7 overall. SWU jumps to 4-0 in the conference and 8-4 overall.

RRC 3, Edgerton 0

LAMBERTON—The Red Rock Central Falcons held Edgerton to less than three points in the first game, and 11 in the final two games, as they swept the Flying Dutchmen 3-0.

Set scores were 25-3, 25-11 and 25-11.

Brooke Rasmussen had 9 aces for RRC. She was 28 of 29 from behind the service line, and totaled 14 digs. Cassie Erickson was a perfect 14-for-14 serving, also earning five aces. Olivia Bitner was another perfect 15-15.

Erickson also had 11 digs for the Falcons. Mikaela Smith, the Falcon setter, had 29 set assists, and she also finished with one solo block, and also tacked on an assist. Mel Kedl had six kills and two solo blocks.

Freshman Jordan Smit was 6-6 serving for Edgerton. Kameron Kroh was also a perfect 5-5 serving. Mia Wassink and Tanner Gunnink each had a block, and Wassink and Gunnink had four and three kills, respectively. Smit had nine set assists, and junior Kjersten Sankey had six digs for the Flying Dutchman.

RRC is now 7-5 overall, and a spotless 4-0 in the conference. Next is Southwest Christian on Thursday.

H-LP 3, WB-M 0

LAKE PARK, Iowa — Noreen Morrow led the Harris-Lake Park Wolves with 17 kills, and also had five digs as H-LP beat the West Bend-Mallard Wolverines 3-0 in Lake Park.

Set scores were 25-18, 25-10 and 25-16.

Macy Gunderson had 25 set assists for the Wolves and also tacked on 13 digs — second only to Grace Heikens, who finished with 14. Outside hitter Miranda Bruggeman also had 10 digs for H-LP. Nichole Rowe and Megan Garms each had one solo block for the Wolves. Garms also drilled six kills on the evening.

Harris-Lake Park is now 11-7 overall and takes on Pochahontas High School on Friday.

MCC 3, Fulda 0

SLAYTON—The struggling Fulda Raiders were unable to find a win, being swept by Murray County Central 3-0 in Slayton, with set scores of 25-10, 25-9 and 25-13.

Kristi Bose led the Rebels with 9 kills, 13 digs and two solo blocks. Senior setter Paris Thomas had 12 set assists on the evening, and also had 10 digs. Outside hitter Sierra VanIperen had three kills for the Rebels, along with Jade Giese and McKenzie Schmitz, who also had three apiece.

The Raiders take on Southwestern United on Thursday. The Rebels are now 7-1 and take on Pipestone Area on Monday.

PA 3, Lennox 0

LENNOX, S.D.— The Pipestone Area Arrows swept Lennox with set scores of 25-16, 25-17 and 25-21.

Taylor Kruisselbrink had 11 kills in the Arrow victory. Arrow setter Kelly Nettick had 30 set assists, Brittany Evans had 12 digs and outside hitter Anneka Bucher had seven ace serves.