PREP VOLLEYBALL: Pipestone Area sweeps Redwood ValleyPIPESTONE — The Pipestone Area Arrows swept Redwood Valley 3-0 in a Southwest Conference volleyball matchup Thursday night in Pipestone. Pipestone won 25-15, 25-21, 25-21 in the three games to take the win.
By: Daily Globe, Worthington Daily Globe
PIPESTONE — The Pipestone Area Arrows swept Redwood Valley 3-0 in a Southwest Conference volleyball matchup Thursday night in Pipestone.
Pipestone won 25-15, 25-21, 25-21 in the three games to take the win.
Nicole Hollingsworth had nine kills, Taylor Kruisselbrink had 11 kills and Megan Remund had eight kills for the Arrows. Kelly Nettik had 24 set assists, while Amanda Haupert picked up 22 digs with Brittany Evans adding 18 digs for PA.
Kruisselbrink was also 14-for-14 on the serve with nine aces and Remund was also 14-for-14 with two aces.
The Arrows play Saturday in a South Dakota Tournament and then travels to Murray County Central Tuesday.
SWU 3, MLA 1
MOUNTAIN LAKE — The Southwestern United Wildcats took down the Mountain Lake Area Wolverines in a volleyball match 25-14, 20-25, 25-12, 25-13 Thursday in Mountain Lake.
Janessa Peters was 13-for-14 on the serve with four aces, 13 kills and four blocks for the Wolverines. Paige Brown (13-for-13) was perfect on the serve with two aces and three kills, while Mikayla Falk had 10 digs.
Courtney Place had 17 kills and six blocks for the Wildcats, while Autumn Hinkledey had eight kills and eight blocks. Rachel Mathias (23-for-23) was perfect on the serve and also picked up three aces. Mandy Henkels had 13 digs and 34 set assists for the Wildcats
MLA travels to MCC Tuesday and SWU hosts Harris-Lake Park Tuesday.
RRC 3, Edgerton 0
EDGERTON — The Red Rock Central Falcons beat the Edgerton Flying Dutchmen 25-18, 25-16, 25-12 Thursday night in a Red Rock Conference volleyball matchup.
Mikaela Smith was 19-for-20 on the serve with three aces and 13 set assists, while Tegan Derickson (10-for-10) was perfect on the serve with an ace for the Falcons. Chloe Arfsten also had an ace to go along with her six digs, while Fern Engen had five kills and four blocks.
Amanda Schaap had two aces, 12 set assists to compliment Jessica Menning’s two aces and two blocks for the Dutchmen. Sarah Post had six kills, 10 digs and two blocks, while Lindsey VanDyke picked up four kills.
Edgerton plays Tuesday against Southwest Christian and RRC hosts Adrian Tuesday.
SWC 3, MCC 1
EDGERTON — The Southwest Christian Eagles beat the Murray County Central Rebels 25-13, 25-11, 20-25, 25-18 Thursday in a Red Rock Conference volleyball match.
Amber Pater had 13 kills and 18 digs for the Eagles, while Shelby Klarenbeek had 13 digs. Hannah Van Dyke had 36 set assists and Tianna Top picked up four blocks.
Kriti Bose had nine kills, 11 digs and two aces for the Rebels, while Taylor Schreier had four kills, 18 digs and two blocks. Paris Thomas also had 17 digs for MCC.
SWC plays in the Unity Christian tournament this Saturday in Iowa and MCC hosts Mountain Lake Area Tuesday.
Marshall 3, Windom 0
WINDOM — The Windom Eagles fell to the Marshall Tigers 25-19, 25-16, 26-24 in a Southwest Conference volleyball match Thursday in Windom.
Rachel Sorensen was 16-for-17 on the serve with an ace, while Shelby Mattson (10-for-10) had 10 set assits for the Eagles. Holly Larson picked up nine blocks and 12 kills for Windom and Jasmine Carlson had 27 digs on the night.
Windom (13-3, 2-1) plays next Thursday in Jackson against Jackson County Central.
Ellsworth 3, Fulda 2
FULDA — The Ellsworth Panthers defeated the Fulda Raiders in a Red Rock Conference volleyball match 26-24, 25-21, 14-25, 12-25, 21-19 Thursday in Fulda.
Fulda was led by Brittney Hermeling who had 26 set assists and 25 digs, while Rachel Cheadle picked up 12 kills and seven blocks. Myah Holinka had eight kills and two aces with Mallory Pagel picking up two more aces. Amanda Schumacher had 16 digs, while Courtney Tiesler had 15 digs.
Alexa Huisman had three aces, nine kill and 12 digs for the Panthers, while Brenna Kramer had 16 set assists and four digs. Danielle DeBeer had eight kills and nine digs with Leah Werner picking up eight digs.
Fulda hosts Pipestone Area Monday.
T-M-B 3, KMS 0
TRACY — The Tracy-Milroy-Balaton Panthers defeated Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 25-12, 25- 19, 25-17 Thursday in a volleyball match in Tracy.
Anna Peterson had two aces and 15 digs for the Panthers, while Kassidy Przymus picked up an ace. Sammie Gervais had six kills and two blocks with Cassandra Hook adding two aces and 14 set assists. Jenna Stoneberg added five kills and four blocks with Kelli Soupir picking up four more kills and eight digs.
T-M-B (8-7) plays Tuesday at Central Minnesota Christian.
H-LP 3, CC-E 0
LAKE PARK, Iowa — The Harris-Lake Park Wolves beat Clay Central-Everly 25-20, 25-21, 25-19 in a volleyball match Thursday in Lake Park.
Noreen Morrow had 14 kills and three blocks for the Wolves, while Miranda Brueggeman had nine kills and 13 digs. Macy Gunderson picked up 44 set assists and Mariah Gath had 10 digs, 10 kills and three aces.
The Wolves (14-11) play at Southwestern United Tuesday.
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