Tuesday, September 30, 2008

#5AAA Lakeville North Sweeps #1A BA

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#1 Shakopee swept Bloomington Kennedy with a 38 point margin.

#5 Lakeville North swept #1A Bethlehem Academy with a 16 point margin.

#6 Waconia swept Norwood-Young America with a 15 point margin.

#9 Woodbury outlasted Eagan in five after trailing 2-0. The margin was 15 points.

Rochester Mayo swept Mankato East with an 18 point margin. Plus three more results from the Mankato Free Press.

Hutchinson swept Mankato West with a 22 point margin. From the Mankato Free Press.

Bemidji swept DGF with a 19 point margin. From the Bemidji Pioneer.

#4 Hibbing swept Duluth Central with a 36 point margin. From the Duluth News Tribune.

#5 Stewartville swept Zumbrota-Mazeppa with a 32 point margin. Julie Rainey had 10 points for the Tigers. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Caledonia swept Spring Grove with a margin of 30 points. Megan King had 12 kills for Caledonia. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

NRHEG won their 8th straight win with a sweep of Albert Lea with a 32 point margin. Anna Schlaak had 15 points for the Panthers. From the Owatonna People's Press and Albert Lea Tribune.

Pipestone trailed 2-0 before mounting their 3-2 comeback win over Fulda with a margin of 6 points. From the Worthington Daily Globe.

Yellow Medicine East beat Central Christian in four with a 12 point margin. Macy McKay had 14 points for YME. From the Marshall Independent and the West Central Tribune.

Lac Qui Parle Valley beat Morris in five with a margin of 2 points. Plus 3 more results from the West Central Tribune.

#1 Bethlehem Academy fell to #5AAA Lakeville North in a sweep with a 15 point margin. Holly Hafemeyer had 16 points for the Cards. From the Faribault Daily News.

#2 Windom swept #10 Martin County West with a 15 point margin. From the Worthington Daily Globe and the Fairmont Sentinel.

#5 Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa swept Minnewaska with a margin of 42 points. Plus two more results from the St. Cloud Times.

Houston beat Lyle-Pacelli in four. From the Austin Post Bulletin.

Southland beat Glenville-Emmons in four with a margin of 20 points. From the Austin Post Bulletin.

Farmington won five times last week, only falling to Jackson County Central in the Rochester Century tournament. From the Farmington Independent.

Kate Horihan of Mabel-Canton has been named Athlete of the Week by KTTC. Video too.

Brook Story of Warroad has had to learn to hit left handed after surgery on her right shoulder. From the Grand Forks Herald.

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