PREP VOLLEYBALL: Trojans finish 7th at Subway ClassicMARSHALL — The Worthington volleyball team finished with a pair of wins during the two-day Subway Classic to finish in seventh place this weekend.
MARSHALL — The Worthington volleyball team finished with a pair of wins during the two-day Subway Classic to finish in seventh place this weekend.
Red Rock Central claimed third, while Windom was fourth in the Gold division.
Adrian, who defeated the Trojans earlier in the tournament, was fourth in the White division, while Murray County Central was fourth in the Silver bracket.
The Trojans defeated Renville County West 25-22 and 25-23 in the opening round before falling to the Dragons.
Adrian won by scores of 25-12, 12-25 and 15-10.
However, Adrian lost 25-16, 26-24 to RCW in its second match.
By way of points, the Trojans advanced to the Gold playoff bracket.
In that bracket, Canby — which took second in the tournament — won 25-14, 25-14.
WHS then suffered a 25-17, 16-25, 15-13 loss to Springfield before beating New London-Spicer 25-17, 26-24 to claim seventh.
Taylor Heidebrink had 87 set assists, 12 kills, 21 digs and was 30-for-37 serving with seven aces to lead the Trojans (16-9-1) during the two-day tournament.
Kristen Andersen had a team-best 32 kills to go with 32 digs and was 19-for-21 serving with two aces.
Megan Juber led WHS with 56 digs and was 42-for-46 serving with two aces to go with nine kills.
Mackenzie Gerber had 31 kills, while Tara Svalland tallied 20.
Anna Koepsell added 19 digs and was 24-for-37 serving with two aces.
Mandi Vote added 18 digs and was 40-for-42 serving with seven aces.
The Dragons went into the White division, where they defeated Central Minnesota Christian 25-23, 25-23.
St. James beat the Dragons 25-21, 25-18 before Russell-Tyler-Ruthton downed Adrian 18-25, 25-22, 15-13.
Nichole Loosbrock was 50-for-55 serving with 32 points, while Nina Weidert was 45 for 48 with 29 points. Courtney Vaske was 32 for 33 with 19 points. As a team, Adrian was 225 for 245 (92 percent) on the weekend.
Sydne Springman led the Dragons with 42 kills, while Vaske added 25.
Springman led AHS with 14 solo blocks and two block assists and Vaske had 13 solo and three assists.
Springman had 55 digs, while Loosbrock added 51. Vaske tallied 38.
Murray County Central defeated Dawson-Boyd 25-21, 25-23, but suffered a close loss to Central Minnesota Christian, 21-25, 26-24, 15-9.
Against D-B, Kristi Bose had nine service points and one ace to go with eight kills. Makenzie Giese had 10 kills, while Ashley Woldt added five kills.
Paris Thomas led MCC with 25 set assists.
Against CMC, Woldt scored seven points from the service line, while Giese led the way with 14 kills. Bose added 13 kills, while Thomas had 26 set assists. Woldt (seven), Bose (six) and Thomas (six) led MCC in digs.
Westbrook-Walnut Grove then defeated the Rebels 25-21, 25-23.
Bose and Giese each had eight kills for the Rebels, while Thomas had 16 set assists in the match.
Red Rock Central opened its tournament with a 25-20, 22-25, 15-13 victory against CMC before dominating Cedar Mountain/Comfrey 25-13, 25-9.
In the first round of the playoffs, RRC defeated Springfield 25-18, 26-24.
Canby then sent the Falcons to the third-place match with a 25-20, 25-12 victory.
In that third-place match, RRC edged Windom 24-26, 25-19, 16-14.
Brooke Rasmussen was 69-for-72 serving with nine aces and 47 points, while Chloe Arfsten was 38-for-42 serving with eight aces and 23 points.
Klarissa Larsen led RRC with 50 kills and seven total blocks, while Arfsten had 24 kills.
Kendra Hagert tallied 21 kills and six total blocks.
Alison Kircher had six total blocks and charted 102 set assists.
Arfsten led RRC with 35 digs, while Katie Larsen had 26 digs. Kircher (25) and Rasmussen (23) also contributed to the dig totals.
Meanwhile, Windom downed Wabasso 25-19, 25-14 and R-T-R 25-14 and 25-23.
The Eagles defeated NL-S 25-21, 25-23 in the first round of the tournament before losing to eventual champion MACCRAY 25-22, 19-25, 15-13 to send them into the third-place match.
Hali Tasler was 51-for-52 serving with 27 points and five aces. She also had a team-high 22 kills.
Miki Bolin was 41-for-46 serving with 24 points scored and nine aces.
Holly Larson led Windom with nine solo and five block assists.
Abby Hayenga charted 20 kills, 45 set assists and 18 digs.
Kelsey Hanefeld also had 20 kills, while Shelby Mattson added 41 set assists.
Jasmine Carlson had 21 digs for the Eagles.
The Trojans will host Windom on Tuesday, while RRC hosts Ellsworth the same night. MCC is at Southwest Star Concept that night, while Adrian hosts Mountain Lake/Butterfield-Odin on Tuesday.
H-LP finishes second in own tournament
LAKE PARK, Iowa — Harris-Lake Park finished 4-1 at its own tournament on Saturday to claim second place.
Trinity Christian was first in the tournament after it handed the Wolves their only loss of the day.
Ellsworth was third with a 3-2 record, while Round Lake-Brewster was fourth after finishing 2-3.
For the Wolves, Macy Gunderson finished with 80 set assists and 32 digs on the day.
Mariah Gath was 29-for-31 serving and added 31 digs.
Leah Duitsman had 30 kills and 43 digs.
Noreen Morrow added 29 kills and was 46-for-51 serving with 13 aces. She also had 28 digs.
Miranda Brueggeman had 13 kills with one hitting error on the day. She was 47-for-50 serving with 12 aces to go with 30 digs for H-LP.
T-M-B finishes 12th in STMA tourney
ST. MICHAEL — Tracy-Milroy-Balaton finished 2-3 at the St. Michael-Albertville tournament to finish 12th out of 32 teams.
T-M-B (11-14) defeated Hasting 25-12 and 25-22 in the opening round before falling to Hopkins 25-18, 25-8.
The Panthers recovered with a 25-21, 25-20 victory against STMA before finishing the tournament with losses to Delano (25-22, 25-19) and Nevis (25-22, 27-25).
Sammie Gervais was 40-for-41 serving with six aces on the tournament for T-M-B, while Kelli Soupir was a perfect 38-for-38 serving with two aces.
Ashley Daniels was 23-for-25 serving with three aces, while Kate Johnston was 32 for 34, Anna Peterson (four aces) was 22 for 26 and Tiffani Karbo (three aces) was 26 for 29.
Johnston led the Panthers with 29 kills, while Jenna Stoneberg had 26. Ashley Daniels added 25, while Gervais (11) and Karbo (10) each had double-figure kill totals.
Karbo had 84 set assists to lead the Panthers, while Daniels had a team-best 42 digs. Karbo added 40 digs, while Soupir (27), Peterson (25) and Johnston (22) each added to the T-M-B defense.
Stoneberg, Johnston and Karbo each had three blocks.