Wednesday, October 08, 2008

#1 Shakopee Sweeps #6 Waconia

#1 posting 10.7.2008
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AAA Action
#1 Shakopee swept #6 Waconia with a margin of 22 points.

#2 Lakeville North swept Eagan with a margin of 26 points.

#4 Chaska played Lakeville South

#5 Eastview swept #7 Eden Prairie with a margin of 25 points.

#8 Blaine swept Park Center with a margin of 41 points.

#9 Woodbury swept Mounds View with a margin of 29 points.

#10 Alexandria swept Little Falls with a margin of 32 points.

Austin swept Albert Lea by a margin of 28 points. Rebekah Aase had 15 points for the Packers. From the Austin Post Bulletin and Albert Lea Tribune.

Century outlasted JM in a fiver in the battle of Rochester. Century's margin was 7. Brittany Weidman had 17 kills for Century. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Farmington beat Rochester Mayo in four with a margin of 13 points. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Faribault swept Red Wing with a margin of 20 points. From the Faribault Daily News (deeper down in the review) and Red Wing Republican Eagle.

Owatonna swept Mankato West with a margin of 16 points. Jordan Spatenka had 14 kills for the Huskies. from the Owatonna People's Press.

Duluth East swept Denfeld with a margin of 41 points. From KBJR.

Sauk Rapids outlasted Rocori in a fiver. Rocori had a 2 point advantage on the night. Nikki Meinz had 19 points for her 18th birthday for the Storm. Plus 13 more results from the St. Cloud Times.

St. Cloud Apollo beat Fergus Falls in four with a margin of 1 point. Mackenzie Birr had 28 kills for the Eagles. From the Fergus Falls Daily Journal.

St. Cloud Tech topped Willmar in five. Willmar had a 5 point advantage despite losing. Megan Loesch had 21 points for the Tigers. Emily Nelson had 23 points for the Cardinals. From the West Central Tribune.

Bemidji swept East Grand Forks with a margin of 22 points. Kayla Hirt had 17 kills for Bemidji. From the Bemidji Pioneer.

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