Tuesday night high school sports roundup:VOLLEYBALL Windom 3, W-WG 0
WESTBROOK -- Windom Area powered past Westbrook-Walnut Grove in three volleyball sets by scores of 25-9, 25-15 and 25-17.
The Eagles’ leading servers were Paige Pigman who connected on all 12 of her serves, with three aces, and Halle Jackson who went 14-of-15 with two aces.
Katelyn Nichols had six blocks, and Ella Brockman and Becca Hacker had six kills each for Windom.
The Chargers were led by Grace Woelber who went 16-of-19, with two aces. Woelber also had six digs and 10 set assists on an all around solid night.
Emma Wahl also went 8-of-9 from the service line, and had a nine-dig night.RRC 3, Cedar Mountain 0
MORGAN -- Red Rock Central swept Cedar Mountain 25-20, 25-19 and 25-10.
Kennedi Janssen was 16-for-18 serving with seven aces. She also had 15 set assists.
Karli Arkell and Nicole Schroepfer both had seven kills for RRC, and Arkell was 17-for-18 serving with two aces, one block, and one block assist. Schroepfer had 10 digs.
Bianca Weis had 13 digs. Haley Simonson had 11 set assists and nine digs.Springfield 3, Fulda 1
SPRINGFIELD -- Springfield snuck past Fulda in four sets by scores of 25-27, 25-22, 25-10, and 26-24.
McKenzie Evers went a perfect 18-of-18 on her serves with two aces, and 13 kills for the Raiders.
Kelsey Fuerstenberg was 13-of-13 on her serves, with one ace for Fulda.
Evany Luna was the team leader in digs with 12, and she also had five blocks.
Chrissy Hermeling had 20 set assists, and Emily Madison had six blocks.Gehlen 3, H-LP 0
HARRIS, Iowa -- LeMars Gehlen Catholic earned a road victory against Harris-Lake Park in three sets via scores of 25-10, 25-7, and 25-16.
Mady Brevik led the Wolves from the service line attempting 10, and getting one ace.
Tessa Gunderson was the team leader in digs for H-LP with 10.H-BC 3, Luverne 0
HILLS -- Hills-Beaver Creek snuck past Luverne in three tightly contested sets by scores of 25-22, 25-22, and 25-21.
The Patriots leading servers were Sadie Fuerstenberg who went 12-of-13 with three aces, and Madison Spath who went 15-of-17, with two aces.
Sydney Fick was superb on offense and defense for the Eagles as she finished with 11 kills, and 5 blocks.
Kailey Rozeboom seemingly always knew where the ball was heading for H-BC as she had 34 assists.
Greta Ahrendt paced the Cardinals from the service line going 13-of-13 with three aces. Ahrendt also was a stud on offense and defense for LHS finishing with 6 kills, and 2 blocks.
Alyssa Nattress had a game high 13 digs.GIRLS SOCCER St. Peter 6, Worthington 0 ST. PETER -- The Worthington High School girls soccer team wasn’t able to score against St. Peter Tuesday. But head coach Emily Ahlquist found a silver lining in the defeat.
“We started stronger than I’ve ever seen them this year. We controlled the ball about 90 percent of the time in the first 20 minutes of the game,” she said.
After their slow start, the Saints outscored Worthington 4-0 in the first half and added two goals in the second half. For the game, they out-shot the Trojans 15-0.
Although WHS wasn’t able to attempt a shot technically, Ahlquist said the team had several opportunities that forced St. Peter’s goalkeeper to leave her box to protect.Worthington 0 0 -- 0 St. Peter 4 2 -- 6