Wednesday, September 17, 2008

#8 Eden Prairie Tops #4 Lakeville North

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#1 Chaska swept Rosemount

#3 St. Michael-Albertville swept Monticello

#4 Eastview swept Bloomington Jefferson

#6 Waconia beat Blaine in four.

#7 Woodbury swept Forest Lake--I reported on this match last night in the Out & About.

#8 Eden Prairie topped #4 Lakeville North in five.

#10 Alexandria swept Moorhead. From the Fargo Forum.

Osseo beat #9A Meadow Creek in three.

Rochester JM swept Red Wing. From the Rochester Post Bulletin and Red Wing Republican Eagle.

Farmington swept Rochester Century. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Rochester Mayo beat Faribault in four. From the Faribault Daily News.

Owatonna swept Northfield. From the Owatonna People's Press.

Austin swept Winona in Big 9 action. From the Austin Post Bulletin.

Willmar swept Little Falls. Kelsey Evans had 12 kills for the Cardinals. From the West Central Tribune.

New Ulm beat Waseca in four. Plus three results from the New Ulm Journal.

Sauk Rapids swept Fergus Falls in Central Lakes action. Plus 11 more results in the St. Cloud Times.

Bemidji beat Brainerd in four. Kayla and Ashley Hirt had 14 and 10 kills for the Lumberjacks. From the Bemidji Pioneer.

#2 Marshall swept Litchfield. Dani Beekman had 13 kills for the Tigers. From the Marshall Independent.

#3 Jordan swept #5A SW Christian Chaska.

#4 Hibbing swept Superior, Wisconsin. Kate Lange had 14 kills for the Bluejackets. From the Hibbing Daily Tribune. You will need to register (it is free).

#6 Stewartville swept LaCrescent.

#7 Belle Plaine swept Mankato West.

#9 LeSueur-Henderson swept Sibley East.

Kingsland beat #10 Caledonia in five. Erin Bernard had 16 kills for Kingsland. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Lewiston-Altura beat Plainview-Elgin-Millville in four plus 10 more results from the Winona Daily News.

Watertown-Mayer beat #10A Mayer Lutheran in four.

St. Charles swept Southland. From the Austin Daily Herald.

Byron swept Triton. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Zumbrota-Mazeppa beat Goodhue in four. Freshman Ashley Hinsch had 13 kills for the Cougars. From the Red Wing Republican Eagle.

Yellow Medicine East is undefeated after a sweep of ACGC. Plus three more results from the West Central Tribune.

New London-Spicer swept Sauk Centre in West Central North action. Plus one more results from the West Central Tribune.

Rocori swept St. Cloud Tech in the Central Lakes. Jordan Hansen had 17 kills for the Spartans. From the St. Cloud Times.

#1 Bethlehem Academy swept Blooming Prairie. Holly Hafemeyer had 15 points for BA. From the Faribault Daily News and Austin Daily Herald.

#3 Minneota swept Tracy-Milroy-Balaton. Leah Fadness had 15 points for the Vikings. Plus seven other results from the Marshall Independent.

#4 Wabasha-Kellogg swept Dover-Eyota.

#7 Mabel-Canton swept Spring Grove.

LeRoy-Ostrander swept Glenville-Emmons. From the Austin Daily Herald.

Minnesota Valley Lutheran swept Springfield. Amanda Burk had 12 kills for MVL. From the New Ulm Journal.

Mountain Lake-Butterfield-Odin rallied from a 2-0 deficit to beat Ellsworth. Megan Svalland had 17 kills for MLBO. Plus four more results from the Worthington Daily Globe.

Murray County Central swept Edgerton with Freshman Makenzie Giese replacing injured Emily Bose. From the Worthington Daily Globe.

MACCRAY swept Dawson-Boyd. Plus three more results from the West Central Tribune.

Moorhead Park Christian swept Waubun. From the Fargo Forum.

Moose Lake-Willow River beat Barnum in five despite 23 kills by Bombers' Katrina Newman. From the Duluth News Tribune (scroll).

Hutchinson beat Farmington last week in Missota action. From the Farmington Independent.

Alexandria swept Little Falls last Thursday. From the Echo Press.

West Central won their first match of the year with a five gamer with Ulen-Hitterdal. From the Echo Press.

Osakis swept Eagle Valley. From the Osakis Review.

Brandon-Evansville was runner up in the Minnewaska tournament Saturday. From the Echo Press.

Breckenridge was 4-1 in the Pelican Rapids tournament over the weekend. From the Wahpeton Daily News.

Pine River-Backus changed coaches last week and new coach Chelsea Eveland won her first match with a sweep of Laporte on Friday. From the Brainerd Dispatch.

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