Friday, September 05, 2008

Leisen 1000, Tigers Over Eagles in Five

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Owatonna, a team receiving votes in the latest poll, swept Austin. Bethany Thompson had 13 kills for the Huskies. Plus two more results. From the Owatonna People's Press and Austin Daily Herald.

#8 STMA swept Buffalo in the Mississppi 8.

Rochester JM beat Winona in a sweep. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Farmington swept Red Wing in Missota action. Katie Habeck had 19 kills for the Tigers.

Faribault swept Mankato East on the road. It was the Falcons first win of the year. Faribault had 18 aces on the night. From the Mankato Free Press.

Hutchinson swept Willmar in a Section 2AAA match. Laura Carlson had 13 kills for the Tigers. From the Hutchinson Leader and West Central Tribune.

Stillwater beat Roseville in four. Even though both are in the Suburban East, this match goes in the books as a non conference match. From the Stillwater Gazette.

Grand Rapids beat Hermantown in four. Brynn Joki had 18 kills for GR. From the Duluth News Tribune.

Sauk Rapids-Rice beat Sartell in four. Nikki Meinz had 14 kills for Sartell. Plus 18 other results from the St. Cloud Times.

Bemidji beat Detroit Lakes in four. Bemidji lost game one and rattled off three straight wins. From the Bemidji Pioneer.

#2 St. Cloud Cathedral beat New London-Spicer in four. Anna Zyvoloski had 20 kills for SCC. From the West Central Tribune.

#3 Marshall beat #2A Windom in a five game marathon. The Tigers trailed 2-1. The Eagles' Megan Ysker led both teams with 19 kills. Marshall hosts the SW MN Challenge this weekend. From the Marshall Independent and Worthington Daily Globe (plus 8 other results).

#10 East Grand Forks fell to Grand Forks Red River in a sweep. From the Grand Forks Herald.

Vote receiver YME beat Montevideo in a sweep. Plus two other West Central South results from the West Central Tribune.

In Hiawatha Valley action:
Byron beat Cannon Falls in four. Nicole Anderson had 17 kills for CF.
Hayfield beat Triton in five. Kiley Severson had 20 kills for the Vikings.
Kasson-Mantorville beat Winona Cotter in four.
In Three Rivers action:
Lewiston-Altura beat Kingsland in five. Alyssa Franzen had 18 kills for LA.
From the Rochester Post Bulletin and Winona Daily News.

Chatfield beat Southland in four. From the Austin Daily Herald.

Kenyon-Wanamingo went five games to beat Zumbrota-Mazeppa. Ashley Hinsch had 23 kills for ZM. Plus two other Minnesota results from the Red Wing Republican Eagle and RPB.

Worthington swept Luverne in the Southwest Conference. Martha Awal had 17 kills for the Trojans. From the Worthington Daily Globe.

#3 BBE swept Howard Lake-W-W. Heidi Lensing had 15 kills for the Jaguars. Plus two other results from the West Central Tribune.

#4 Wabasha-Kellogg swept Rushford-Peterson. Megan Leisen picked up her 1000th career assist for WK. Plus more six more results in the Winona Daily News.

Blooming Prairie beat JWP in five. Kassie Lueth had 16 kills for BP. From the Austin Daily Herald.

SW Star, a team receiving votes in the A poll, beat Edgerton in five. Alyson Drooger had 13 kills for the Flying Dutchwomen. From the Worthington Daily Globe.

Renville County West, another vote receiving team, beat MACCRAY in four. Abbey Thissen had 13 kills for MACCRAY. Plus four other results. From the West Central Tribune.

In Southeast Conference action:
LeRoy-Ostrander beat Houston in four. Kaylee Bunne had 17 kills for LRO.
Mabel-Canton swept Hope Lutheran. Kate Horihan had 11 kills for MC.
From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

RTR swept Lincoln HI. Plus six other results from the Marshall Independent.

Park Christian beat Norman County West in four. Karen Brommenschenkel had 16 kills for NCW. From the Fargo Forum.

Alexandria beat St. Cloud Tech in a sweep. Ari Carlson had 11 kills. From the Echo Press.

Greenway swept Two Harbors on Tuesday. From the Lake County News Chronicle.

Littlefork-Big Falls trailed 2-0 before rallying to beat Bigfork on Tuesday. Whitney Junker had 21 kills for the Vikings. From the International Falls Daily Journal.

Osakis beat Sebeka in four. From the Echo Press.

Milaca is enthusiastic to start the year. From the Mille Lacs County Times.

St. Cloud Cathedral senior Nina Lindquist was West Central player of the week. From the St. Cloud Times.

The Rochester Post Bulletin has their area standings and next week's schedule.

Ashley Hinsch, Zumbrota-Mazeppa 23 kills vs Kenyon-Wanamingo 2-3
Anna Zyvoloski, St. Cloud Cathedral 20 kills vs New London-Spicer 3-1

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