RRC beats Worthington in five games

JEFFERS -- The Worthington Trojans girls volleyball team appeared to have full control of its match with Red Rock Central Monday after winning Game 3, 25-6, to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five match.

JEFFERS -- The Worthington Trojans girls volleyball team appeared to have full control of its match with Red Rock Central Monday after winning Game 3, 25-6, to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five match.

However, the Trojans would run into some trouble on serve receive starting in the fourth game, and the Falcons rebounded to win the match in five games, 25-23, 23-25, 6-25, 25-19, 15-13.

"We just missed a couple passes, they had a good serving run, and we had a tough time serve receiving," WHS head coach Jen Clark said. "That was where the game turned around."

Ashley Aggen served 28-for-31 and scored 20 points, including the first 10 points in Game 3, for WHS. She also served up four aces, had 13 digs and 10 kills.

Lisa Viessman, who had 25 set assists, served out the final six points of Game 3 to take the lead in the match.


Lizzy Wetering and Alex Wetering each were 14-for-14 serving for six points with one ace. Alex added 12 kills, six digs and three blocks, while Lisa had 13 digs, six kills and three blocks.

Holli Aggen also had a solid day, serving 17-for-18 with 10 points, along with 15 kills and 12 digs. Rachel Pavelko followed with 10 digs.

Abby Halter led the Falcons' attack with 10 kills, followed by Danielle Trapp with nine. Sarah Olson had a team-leading 18 digs, while Krystle Trapp had 14.

Kelly Shaner and Sell each posted 13 set assists, while Kristina Hillesheim served for 11 points with three aces. Alyssa Schmidt had seven points on the serve with two aces, while Halter and Trapp each recorded two blocks.

RRC is now 3-5-2 on the season, WHS 1-4. The Trojans host Jackson County Central Thursday.

JCC 3, Adrian 0

JACKSON -- Michele Edlin was 19-for-19 serving with nine aces, and Megan Bezdicek went 18-for-18 with five aces, as Jackson County Central swept past Adrian, 25-12, 25-9, 25-12.

Brittany Bakalyar added a team-best 10 digs, while Brenna Munoz had 11 set assists, Angela Oelke picked up six kills and five solo blocks, and Margret Rubis added five kills.


Anna Meneely picked up eight set assists for JCC, which visits Worthington Thursday.

MCC 3, ML-B-O 0

SLAYTON -- Laura Beers served 18-for-19 for 14 points and five aces -- to go along with eight set assists -- as Murray County Central (2-1, 3-2) swept to victory, 25-16, 25-14, 25-14.

Allison Carlson added an 11-for-12 night serving with nine points and two aces. She also had seven kills. Caitlin Peterson added 10 set assists, while Emily Bose followed with four kills and three blocks.

Mountain Lake-Butterfield-Odin (0-2, 1-3) was paced by Emily Harrington, who had 15 blocks. Ashley Karschnik added 14 set assists, and Jacey Janzen, who had seven kills and three blocks.

MCC hosts Southwest Star Concept Thursday.

Windom 3, T-M-B 0

TRACY -- Casey Christensen served 20-for-20 with five aces, and had eight kills for Windom in a victory over host Tracy-Milroy-Balaton, 25-15, 25-22, 25-16.


Cassie Oddson followed with 10 digs, Megan Madsen added nine set assists, Amy Robinson registered eight blocks, and Mackenzie Lovell had five blocks for the Eagles.

Malory Faultz went 18-for-19 serving with three aces for the Panthers (3-4). Teammate Jackie Haecherl was 12-for-13 serving and had 28 set assists, while Emily Schaarf had 12 kills for T-M-B, which visits Central Minnesota Christian Thursday.

Lakeview 3, W-WG 1

WESTBROOK -- Stephanie Comnick was 19-for-20 serving for 11 points and one ace, but it wasn't enough for W-WG to defeat Lakeview, which won 25-20, 27-25, 23-25, 25-20.

Whitney Frank went 17-for-17 serving for nine points and three aces, adding 12 kills, 15 digs and two blocks.

Audra Schmidt recorded 16 kills and three blocks, while Denise Tietz added 37 set assists and 18 digs.

W-WG (3-5-1) visits Hills-Beaver Creek Thursday.

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