Tuesday sports roundup: SWC volleyball team sweeps H-BC

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Tuesday night high school sports roundup:


SW Christian 3, H-BC 0

EDGERTON -- The Southwest Christian Eagles had a three-set win over the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots in three sets. SW Christian won the match by scores 25-19, 25-14, 25-16.

Ana Veldkamp had four kills, 13 aces, six set assists and seven digs. Jocelyn Barron finished with seven kills and 11 aces. Madyson Fey ended the night with five kills and 13 aces.


W-WG 3, RRC 1

LAMBERTON -- The Westbrook-Walnut Grove Chargers’ Shelby Foster was 22-for-24 serving with four aces to lead the team to a four set victory over the Red Rock Central Falcons.

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Tuesday night high school sports roundup:
WORTHINGTON – The Worthington Trojans gymnastics team cruised to a team score of 141.025 in a three-team meet on Tuesday night. Competing against WHS was Blue Earth Area with a score of 126.775 and Marshall with 120.25.

The Chargers won the match by scores of 25-23, 25-27, 25-16, 25-22.

W-WG’s Isabella Rentschler served 16-for-16 and 13 digs. Isabel Klumper was 16-for-17 serving. Natalie Wahl had 18 kills and 15 digs while Carlie Ross ended with 17 kills. Macie Christians had 16 digs and Addeson Jenniges had 43 set assists. Ella Knackmuhs and Riley Parker finished with five kills apiece.

Red Rock Central’s Emily DeCock had 26 set assists while Sondra Rindfleisch had 10 kills and Abby Evans had nine kills. Teammate Jada Radmaker ended with six kills.

HL-O/F 3, Edgerton 0

OKABENA -- Marrisa Becker was 16-for-16, eight kills with four aces to lead the Coyotes to a three-set win over Edgerton Flying Dutchmen. The Coyotes won the match by scores 25-18, 25-21, 25-17.

Samantha Untiedt finished with 10 kills and 25 set assists while Madelyn Schumacher had seven kills and three blocks. Lili Nielsen served 16-for-18 with three aces. Emma Rasche had 12 digs.


Before HL-O/F setter and right side hitter Marenna Bang went down in the second set with an ankle injury, she recorded seven kills and 10 set assists

The Coyotes’ overall record is 6-3 for the season.

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