Sports roundup: JCC volleyball team sweeps Luverne
High school sports roundup:
JCC 3, Luverne 0
JACKSON -- Jackson County Central won in three sets over Big South Conference opponent Luverne Tuesday night in high school volleyball. Game scores were 25-19, 25-18, 25-19.
Alaina Wolff had 13 kills for the Huskies, while also going 20-of-21 serving with four aces, and seven digs. Sadie Voss went 15-of-17 with eight aces, and eight digs. Regan Farmer had six kills, Jordan Rogotzke had 19 set assists. Megan Gallagher had seven set assists, and Grace Brinkman had nine set assists for JCC.
Gracie Zewiske and Tacey Baustian each had eight digs for the Cardinals. Elise Ferrell went a perfect 10-of-10 from serving line, while Zewiske also went a perfect 8-of-8 with seven kills. Baustian had 12 set assists, and 12 blocks. Mallory Thorson had 10 blocks and seven kills.
Luverne falls to 9-10 and is on the road to play Martin County West on Thursday.
Adrian 3, Edgerton 0
EDGERTON -- Adrian continues to dominate the Red Rock Conference in its latest victory over Edgerton. Game scores were 25-9, 25-10, 25-14.
Kasie Tweet went 21-of-22 serving with eight aces for the Dragons. Mayssa Tweet was 14-of-14 with two aces, Brianna Reckcamp was 10-of-10 with two aces, and Jayden Zebe was 10-of-11. Marissa Lehnhoff had 14 kills for Adrian. Mayssa Tweet had 20 digs, Kasie Tweet had 16 digs and 40 set assists, and Brianna Reckcamp had eight digs.
H-BC 3, Ellsworth 0
ELLSWORTH -- Hills-Beaver Creek swept Red Rock Conference opponent Ellsworth. Game
scores were 25-18, 25-13, 25-20.
Kenadie Fick went 18-of-19 with two aces for H-BC. Kailey Rozeboom had 14 set assists, Whitney Elbers had 11 kills, Joslyn Birger had seven digs, and Annie Bos had seven digs.
Morgan Dreesen went 15-of-15 serving with an ace and 10 set assists for the Panthers. Ashlyn Meester led Ellsworth in kills with six, Madyson Bixby had eight digs. Kallie Chapa went 12-of-13 with an ace, and Kendra DeBeer went 7-of-8 with two aces.
H-BC looks to improve its record in its next game in Hills against Murray County Central, and Ellsworth will host Westbrook-Walnut Grove on Thursday.
W-WG 3, SWC 1
WESTBROOK -- Southwest Christian took the first game 25-22, but Westbrook-Walnut Grove won the last three 25-14, 25-23, 25-22.
Halle Steen was 21-for-23 serving with one ace for W-WG, and she also had 33 set assists. Alli Vandekieft was 17-for-18 with one ace at the service line, and she also had 10 kills. Camryn Bunting led the Chargers with 11 kills and three solo blocks. Emma Wahl had 23 digs.
For Southwest Christian, Jazzy Prins was 20-for-20 serving with one ace, and she added 10 kills. Makenzie Snyder was 18-for-20 serving with one ace, and also had 22 set assists and 22 digs. Maren Nerem had six solo blocks. Bella Niemeyer had nine kills and two solo blocks.
HL-O/F 3, MCC 1
FULDA -- Hailey Liepold and Meakin Bang both had 15 kills as Heron Lake-Okabena/Fulda dispatched Murray County Central 25-21, 25-12, 22-25, 25-12.
Grace Kilian was 19-for-19 serving with two aces and Samantha Untiedt was 20-for-22 with two aces. Killian had 31 digs while Untied had 14 digs and four blocks. Ellie Bang had 36 set assists.
HL-O/F is 11-8 on the season.
MCC's Bryn Hoekman had six kills and four blocks on Tuesday's match. Emily Rohrer had four kills and Brianna Schmitz had 20 digs.
Worthington 1, New Ulm 0
NEW ULM -- With just one game remaining in the regular season prior to section tournament time, the Worthington Trojans are anxious to play up to their abilities. Tuesday was a good step in a 1-0 win over host New Ulm.
“I think this is a big win for us. I think the kids are ready for the challenge, and they stepped up for it,” said WHS head coach Juan Flores.
New Ulm’s turf soccer field was wet, and the air was cold. But the Trojans got a first-half goal from Ulises Barrera on a free kick about 25 yards away from the goal. It nailed the top left corner of the net.
Worthington’s defense was solid, said Flores. The Eagles had three shots on goal while the Trojans had eight.
Worthington concludes the regular season Thursday at Fairmont.
Worthington 1 0 -- 1
New Ulm 0 0 -- 0
ALTA, Iowa -- The Sibley-Ocheyedan girls varsity placed second in the team standings on Monday at Alta, and two Generals finished in the top ten.
Bria Wasmund was sixth in a time of 22:26 and Alayna Wingate was eighth in 22:36. Another General, Maddy Marco, was 13th in 23:26.
Cherokee won the girls team title with 58 points. Sibley-Ocheyedan had 78, South O’Brien 93, Lawton Bronson 95, Alta-Aurelia 97, MNWW 105, Sioux Central 175 and OABCIG 213.
Jack Carlson was the first S-O boy to cross, coming in at 19:59. The General boys were seventh out of 11 teams.