Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Caledonia Outlasts Mabel-Canton

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#9 Andover swept St. Francis

Austin swept Kasson-Mantorville. Rebekah Aase had 14 kills for the Packers. From the Austin Post Bulletin.

Blaine swept Duluth East. Ari Mewhorter had 19 points for the Bengals. From the Duluth News Tribune (scroll to see the box scores.)

#4 Hibbing swept Cloquet.

#8 Delano swept Buffalo.

#10 Caledonia outlasted #7A Mabel-Canton in five. Megan King had 19 kills for Caledonia. Kate Horihan had 26 kills for MC. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Dover-Eyota swept Lewiston-Altura. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Worthington swept Fairmont. Martha Alwal had 16 points for the Trojans. From the Worthington Daily News.

United South Central outlasted St. Clair in five. Sabrina Bushlack had 16 kills for USC. From the Albert Lea Tribune.

In the battle of East Grand Forks it was the Green Wave over Sacred Heart in a sweep. Kate Warmack had 11 kills for EGF. From the Grand Forks Herald.

#6 Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa downed New London-Spicer in four. Heidi Lensing had 22 kills for the Jaguars. Plus three more results from the West Central Tribune and four more results in the St. Cloud Times.

Southland beat Riceville, Iowa in four. From the Austin Daily Herald.

Fillmore Central beat Cresco, Iowa in four. Goodhue swept Randolph. Grand Meadow swept Hope Lutheran. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Mankato Loyola beat Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial in four. Maria Peterson had 16 points for the Crusaders. From the Mankato Free Press.

Nicollet swept New Ulm Cathedral. Plus four more results from the New Ulm Journal.

Westbrook-Walnut Grove beat Wabasso in four. Audra Schmidt had 14 points for WWG. From the Marshall Independent.

Southwest MN Christian beat Sioux Falls Christian in four. Plus four other results from the Worthington Daily Globe.

Renville County West beat Dawson-Boyd in four.

On Thursday Blue Earth beat Waseca in four. From the Waseca County News.

On Saturday Crookston finished 5th in the Hawley tournament. From the Crookston Times.

Southland finished in 3rd in their own tournament. Form the Austin Post Bulletin.

International Falls won their own tournament on Saturday. From the International Falls Daily Journal.

Underwood's Class A Showcase experience is recounted in the Fergus Falls Daily Journal.

The Apple Valley Invitational this weekend will have a pair of future Gophers in the mix---Tori Dixon of Burnsville and Tabi Love, a 6-5 outside hitter from Dauphin, Manitoba. From the StarTribune.

Setter Jenna Budde of Bethlehem Academy gets a feature in the Faribault Daily News.

Sam Waletich of Fairmont is featured in the Fairmont Sentinel.

Kayla Koenechne of Delano is the KARE 11 athlete of the week.

Next up: College Reports.