Friday, September 19, 2008

Windom Tops Minneota, JCC Swept, 2 Milestones

#1 posting 9.19.2008
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It was a busy night throughout the state.
The upsets victims last night included Andover and JCC.
The top heavyweight battle took place between Windom and Minneota.
Lewiston-Altura escaped with a five game win over Chatfield. LA trailed 14-9 in game five.
Milestones reached: 1000 kills Megan Lambertson of Litchfield and 1000 assists by Jade Pelzl of Rushford-Peterson.

#1 Chaska swept #8 Eden Prairie. There was a report in last night's posting

#2 Shakopee swept Prior Lake in Missota action.

#3 St. Michael-Albertville swept Becker in Mississippi 8 action.

#4 Eastview swept district rival Rosemount in Lake action.

#5 Lakeville North swept sister school Lakeville South in Lake action.

#6 Waconia swept Orono in Wright County action.

#7 Woodbury swept Park-Cottage Grove in Suburban East action

#9 Andover lost to Centennial in five in Northwest Suburban action.

#10 Alexandria swept Fergus Falls in Central Lakes action.

Winona beat Decorah, IA in four, plus one more result in the Winona Daily News.

Owatonna swept Faribault in Big 9 action. From the Owatonna People's Press.

Mankato West swept Albert Lea in Big 9 action. From Albert Lea Tribune.

Mankato East swept Rochester Century in Big 9 action. Mariah Verkinderen had 11 kills for the Cougars. From the Mankato Free Press.

New Ulm swept Fairmont in South Central action. From the New Ulm Journal.

Holy Angels swept Red Wing in Missota action. From the Red Wing Republican Eagle.

Willmar swept St. Cloud Apollo in Central Lakes action. Emily Nelsen had 14 points for the Cardinals. From the West Central Tribune.

Bemidji swept Roseau. From the Bemidji Pioneer.

#1 St. Cloud Cathedral swept Long Prairie-Grey Eagle in West Central North action. Ann Zyvoloski had 12 kills for SCC.

#2 Marshall beat Pipestone in four in Southwest action. The Arrows took the first game before the Tigers roared back with three straight. Hope Weilage had 15 points for the Tigers. From the Marshall Independent.

#3 Jordan swept Sibley East in Minnesota River action.

#5 Jackson County Central lost in a sweep to Worthington in Southwest action. It was JCC's first loss of the year. Holli Aggen had 20 points for the Trojans. From the Worthington Daily Globe.

#6 Stewartville swept Winona Cotter in Hiawatha Valley action

#7 Belle Plaine swept Montgomery-Lonsdale in Minnesota River action

#8 Delano swept Annandale in Wright County action

#9 LeSueur-Henderson swept Norwood-Young America in Minnesota River action.

#10 Caledonia swept Southland in Three River action.

Triton beat Rochester Lourdes in four. Alyssa Bryngelson had 17 points for Triton. Pine Island swept Hayfield. Whitney Canton had 12 kills for PI. Kasson-Mantorville beat Kenyon-Wanamingo in five. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Lewiston-Altura pulled a rabbit out of their hat with a come from behind win over Chatfield. LA trailed 2-0 and then 14-9 in the fifth game. Alyssa Franzen had 18 kills for LA. St. Charles beat Plainview-Elgin-Millville in a sweep. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

In a battle of Cardinals it was Luverne picking up their first conference win of the season with a fiver over Redwood Valley in Southwest action. Kat Dahl had 15 points for Luverne. Plus eight other results from the Worthington Daily Globe.

Montevideo beat ACGC in four. Brooke Tastad had 15 kills for Montevideo. Plus one more result from the West Central South.

Litchfield's Megan Lambertson recorded her 1000th kill in a sweep of Dassel-Cokato in Wright County action. Lambertson had 17 kills on the night. From the Litchfield Independent Review.

Rocori swept Sartell in Central Lakes action. Jordan Hansen had 13 kills for the Spartans. Plus 15 other results in the St. Cloud Times.

DGF swept Hawley in Heart O'Lakes action. From the Fargo Forum.

#1 Bethelehem Academy swept United South Central in Gopher action. Holly Hafemeyer had 25 points for BA. From the Faribault Daily News and Albert Lea Tribune.

#2 Windom swept #3 Minneota in a battle of section 3A heavyweights. Megan Ysker had 15 kills for the Eagles. From the Marshall Independent.

#4 Wabasha-Kellogg swept Fillmore Central in Three River action.

#6 Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa swept Maple Lake in Central Minnesota action. Emily Roelike had 10 kills for BBE. Plus four more results in the West Central Tribune.

#8 Ada-Borup swept Win-E-Mac in Pine to Prairie action.

#10 Mayer Lutheran played Holy Family.

Spring Grove swept Houston. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Rushford-Peterson outlasted Kingsland in five. Jade Pelzl recorded her 1000th career assist for RP. Kenzie Lind had 20 kills for RP. Plus 9 other results from the Winona Daily News.

Goodhue beat Lake City in four. Plus three more results from the Red Wing Republican Eagle.

Blooming Prairie swept Randolph. From the Owatonna People's Press.

Grand Meadow beat LeRoy-Ostrander in five in Southeast action. Jessica Benson had 25 kills for GM. Kaylee Bunne had 14 kills for LRO. From the Austin Daily Herald.

Cleveland beat Alden-Conger in five. Nadean Krueger had 18 kills for AC. From the Albert Lea Tribune.

Wabasso beat Minnesota Valley Lutheran in four in Tomahawk action. Amanda Burk had 19 kills for MVL. Springfield swept Sleepy Eye plus four more results from the New Ulm Journal.

Lakeview swept RTR in Camden action plus 9 other results in the Marshall Independent.

KMS swept Dawson-Boyd. Plus three other results from the West Central Tribune.

Barnum stopped Carlton's 20 match Polar winning streak with a four game victory. Katrina Newman had 24 kills for the Bombers. Plus five other results from the Duluth News Tribune.

Moorhead Park Christian swept Hillcrest Lutheran. Amy Jordahl had 13 aces for MPC. From the Fargo Forum.

Hastings finished fourth in the Henry Sibley Tournament. From the Hastings Star Gazette.

Here is the Standings in Southeast Minnesota via the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Lee’s Summit West, North Kansas City, Winnetonka and Oak Park participated in the first outdoor volleyball tournament in Missouri last night. They set up a court at the football field. From the Kansas City Star.

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