Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Tomcats Five Lives

#4 posting 9.17.2008
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Minneapolis Edison had more lives than a cat in a 3-2 win over Minneapolis Henry tonight. Henry won games one and three, but Edison used up three of their lives in comeback wins in sets two, four and five. Henry led 22-21 in two, 18-11 in four and 12-9 in five when Edison pulled their survival trick.

Edison used a nine point run in game four that swung momentum their direction. In game five Henry led 12-9 when Edison used their final timeout. On the next ball Henry's Becca Duba had a strong hit that Edison got up. They eventually got the point on the "miracle save." After that Edison ran off three more points to take a 13-12 lead. Duba had a kill to tie the game at 13. After that Henry's server had a foot fault. The game ended on a passing error.

Henry outscored Edison 106-99 on the night.

Stillwater won twice last week with victories over Hudson, WI and White Bear Lake. From the Stillwater Courier.

New Ulm beat Waseca in four. From the Waseca County News.

Waterville-Elysian-Morristown swept Montgomery-Lonsdale. Form the Waseca County News.

St. James is looking for their first win in the South Central Conference. From the St. James Plaindealer.

Pine River-Backus and Pequot Lakes have their past week's action recounted in the the Pines & Lakes.

Underwood swept Hillcrest Lutheran behind 20 kills by Aann Bjorklund. From the Fergus Falls Daily Journal.

Babbitt-Embarrass beat Littlefork-Big Falls in four. From the International Falls Daily Journal.

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