A roundup of Tuesday night’s high school sports events:


Windom 3, Jackson County Central 0

WINDOM -- Katelyn Nichols and Autumn Hauge starred at the net and Shelby Erickson was superb in the back row as the Windom Area Eagles knocked off Jackson County Central in a matchup of longtime rivals.

The Eagles of coach Crystal Fast won by scores of 25-15, 25-21, 25-23.

Nichols had 12 kills and 13 solo blocks. She was also 17-for-17 serving. Hauge had 10 kills and eight solo blocks.

“Our girls came out with a lot of momentum,” Fast said. “It’s obviously a big, big win for us. Jackson has a dang good squad. We took care of the ball on our side of the net and everything else just fell into place.”

Also for Windom, Halle Jackson was 19-for-19 serving and had 12 set assists, while Erickson contributed seven digs. Delaney Smith had nine solo blocks.

For JCC, Georgianna Wenzel had 15 kills. Sadie Voss had 10 kills, seven digs and was 8-for-8 serving with an ace. Alaina Wolff had six kills and four digs, while Jordan Rogotzke had 22 set assists.

MLA 3, SWC 0

EDGERTON -- Mountain Lake Area got strong games from Destiny Sybounheuan and Margo Stoesz in a three-set volleyball match against Southwest Christian, winning on scores of 25-20, 25-14 and 25-18.

Sybounheuan put 14 of 16 serves in play for five aces, and was credited with seven digs and 15 set assists. Stoesz was 10-for-13 with four aces at the service line, and she also had eight kills and seven digs.

Jazzy Prins had six kills and eight digs for Southwest (3-3), along with a 9-for-11 serving performance (two aces). Hanna Pap was 10-for-11 with one ace at the line. Morgan Pap had four kills. Rylie Talsma had seven set assists.

MCC 3, Edgerton 0

EDGERTON -- Bryn Hoekman had 12 kills as Murray Country Central defeated Edgerton in straight sets.

Amber Boock and Emily Rohrer each had three ace serves for the Rebels, who won by scores of 25-18, 25-15, 25-21.

Brynn Graphenteen had 15 assists, while Brianna Schmitz had eight. Shelby Christensen contributed six kills for coach Kate DeLong’s Rebels.

Adrian 3, Ellsworth 0

ADRIAN -- Bailey Lonneman had 10 kills, Marisa Lehnhoff and Shawna Rogers each had nine as Adrian defeated Ellsworth in three sets.

Game scores were 25-7, 25-17 and 25-16.

Brianna Reckamp added five kills and 10 digs, while Mayssa Tweet finished with 16 digs and Jennifer Preuss had seven digs. Reckamp added three ace serves, while Rogers was 7-for-7 serving with an ace.

Girls soccer

Waseca 12, Worthington 0

WASECA -- The Waseca Bluejays got sterling performances from juniors Miller Carmen and Rodriguez Gabriela in their one-sided win against Worthington.

Carmen scored six goals and Gabriela scored four goals as the Bluejays rolled. The score was 8-0 at halftime.

“We just weren’t marking up on defense at all,” said WHS head coach Emily Ahlquist. “They’d cross it, and backside was wide open. … We beat ourselves tonight.”

A few of the Trojans were unable to make the trip, said Ahlquist, which seemed to sap the team’s energy even before the match began.

Worthington was able to attempt three shots on goal, however. Sophia Montoya Mendez attempted two of them, and Alexa Carda had the other attempt.

Worthington 0 0 -- 0

Waseca 8 4 -- 12

Girls tennis

St. James 6, Luverne 1

ST. JAMES -- Luverne won at No. 2 doubles against a tough St. James squad on Tuesday.

The team of Solveig Tofteland and Lauren Ver Steeg won 6-4, 6-1 for the Cardinals.

Luverne had other close matches against the Saints.

At No. 2 singles, Luverne’s Elise Jarchow and Jaelyn Haler were in a tight match. But in the end, Haler won 6-3, 4-6, 11-9.

The Cardinal duo of Brynn Thier and Mela Jarchow battled at No. 1 doubles, but lost 6-4, 6-4.

Luverne’s Olivia Wieneke and Jacey Smith lost 6-1, 6-0 at No. 3 doubles. Roz Oye lost 6-0, 6-0 at No. 1 singles, while Ainslie Robinson lost 6-2, 6-4 at No. 3 singles and Mia Menzel came up short in a 6-3, 6-2 loss at No. 4 singles.