Tuesday, September 09, 2008

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#1 Chaska's depth is mentioned in the StarTribune. Also in the article--a preview of the Minneapolis battle between Southwest and South on Wednesday.

#7 Woodbury beat Rochester Mayo in four. From the Rochester Post Bulletin

Owatonna beat Mankato East in a sweep. From the Owatonna People's Press.

Red Wing beat Rochester Century in five and the Wingers had a "bizarre" Saturday in Montgomery. From the Red Wing Republican Eagle and Rochester Post Bulletin.

Austin survived a fiver with Mankato West. From the Austin Post Bulletin and the Mankato Free Press.

New Ulm swept St. Peter. From the New Ulm Journal.

Grand Rapids swept Duluth Central. Plus three more reports. From the Duluth News Tribune.

St. Cloud Apollo picked up their first win in the Central Lakes with four game win over Brainerd. Mackenzie Birr had 21 kills for Apollo. Plus 12 other results in the St. Cloud Times.

#1AA Jordan lost to LeSueur-Henderson in a sweep last night in Jordan.

There is video on the Cannon Falls sweep of Rochester Lourdes.
Kingsland swept Dover-Eyota.
Byron outlasted Kenyon-Wanamingo in five. Whitney Ryan had 20 kills for KW.
All from the Rochester Post Bulletin.

St. Charles swept Lewiston-Altura plus four more results in the Winona Daily News.

United South Central beat Waterville-Elysian-Morristown for the first time in three years and did it the hard way rallying from a 2-0 deficit. From the Albert Lea Tribune.

NRHEG got a four game revenge win over Blooming Prairie. Last week BP beat NRHEG. Anna Schlaak had 18 kills for NRHEG. From the ALT.

Blue Earth swept Fairmont. Plus two more results. From the Fairmont Sentinel.

Worthington swept Red Rock Central. Martha Alwal had 16 kills for the Trojans. Worthington faces Marshall on Thursday. From the Worthington Daily Globe.

In a battle of unbeatens it was Yellow Medicine East sweeping Lac Qui Parle Valley. YME leads the West Central South. Plus seven more recaps. From the West Central Tribune.

#1 Bethlehem Academy swept Medford. The Cardinals Kim Stadler returned to action. From the Faribault Daily News.

#5 BBE swept Hancock with only 7 hitting errors on the night. From the West Central Tribune.

Goodhue beat Triton in a fiver. Plus two Monday results and three Saturday tournament recaps. From the Red Wing Republican Eagle.

Rushford-Peterson beat Spring Grove in four. Kenzie Lind had 17 kills. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Mankato Loyola swept Medford for their first win. From the Mankato Free Press.

Minnesota Valley Lutheran beat GFW in four. Amanda Burk had 17 kills for MVL. From the New Ulm Journal.

Sleepy Eye St. Mary's swept Buffalo Lake-Hector. Plus four more results. From the NUJ.

Lakeview beat KMS in four. Plus five other results. From the Marshall Independent.

Brainerd won their first match of the year with a 2-0 win over Bethany in the Buffalo Tournament. From the Brainerd Dispatch.

Pierz won the Ogilvie Tournament on Saturday. Plus two more tourney results. From the Brainerd Dispatch.

Osakis finished fifth in the Browerville tournament over the weekend. Last Thursday the Silverstreaks swept Royalton. From the Osakis Review.

Sebeka swept Pequot Lakes and then PL finished third in the Pine Lakes Tournament. From the Northland Press.

Breckenridge did well at the Morris Tournament over the weekend. From the Wahpeton Daily News.

It was a perfect weekend for STMA in Marshall. The Knights went undefeated to win the SW MN Challenge.
STMA played excellent ball all weekend which brought them to the championship game against Marshall.
Game one was all STMA. Setter Catherine Yager had many options on offense with Brittany Weis and Maria Berning on the outside, Marie O’Neil and Carley Rothstein out of the middle and Katherine Harms on the right.
Game 2 saw too many errors for the Knights.
Game three was a defensive show by libero Allie Knutsen , who was named player of the game.

The Rochester Post Bulletin has standings of the SE MN area conferences.

Katherine Harms of St. Michael-Albertville and Kenzie Niesche of Chaska are two of the Athletes of the Week in the StarTribune.
Harms is #7 in the prepvolleyball 2009 nationwide recruits.

Niesche is the KARE11 Athlete of the week.

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