Saturday, August 23, 2008

Rocori Gets the Early Bird, Friday Results

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Rochester JM beat Kenyon-Wanamingo 3-1. From the Rochester Post Bulletin and the Red Wing Republican Eagle.

Northfield slipped by Faribault in a fiver with the final game 16-14 despite the fact Faribault led 13-5. From the Faribault Daily News.

Moorhead held Monticello to 16 points in each game in a sweep over Monticello. From the Fargo Forum.

Rocori won the Albany invitational. You will need to scroll, scroll, scroll to get to the information in the St. Cloud Times.

Red Wing stopped Hastings in a fiver rallying from a 2-0 deficit. From the Red Wing Republican Eagle.

Wabasha-Kellogg went five games to beat Caledonia. Game five was 15-8. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Worthington swept Fulda behind middle Martha Awal. From the Worthington Daily Globe.

Redwood Valley swept Springfield in the opener for both. From the West Central Tribune.

YME trailed 2-0 before rallying to take the next three games against MACCRAY. From the West Central Tribune.

Perham swept Bemidji in the opener for both. From the Perham Enterprise.

Westbrook-Walnut Grove beat TMB 3-1. From the Marshall Independent.

MN West lost a pair of matches to Lake Michigan CC and Vincennes CC in Chicago. From the Worthington Daily Globe.

Kasey Loeslie is back for SW MN State after a year off due to injury. From the Marshall Independent.

Blue Earth has experience back and high expectations. From the Faribault County Reporter.

Crookston needs to replace 13 2008s. From the Crookston Times.

The American Men's indoor volleyball coach Hugh McCutcheon talks about his mother in law Barbara Bachman and the success of the team in the face of the tragedy.
The investigation into the Bachman death satisfies the US Olympic Committee. The verdict--the attacker was mentally ill and the Bachman's weren't specifically targeted. From the StarTribune.

The American Women's indoor volleyball team has exceeded expectations. Also from the StarTribune.

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