Tuesday, October 14, 2008

#1A BA Beats Owatonna

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#6 Waconia swept Dassel-Cokato with a margin of 26 points.

Austin beat United South Central in four sets with a margin of 16 points. Jolene Brody had 18 kills for the Packers. Sabrina Bushlack also had 18 kills for USC. From the Austin Daily Herald and Albert Lea Tribune.

#2 Marshall swept MACCRAY with a margin of 45 points. Hope Weilage had 13 points for the Tigers. From the Marshall Independent.

#4 Hibbing swept Proctor with a margin of 44 points.

#5 Stewartville swept Kenyon-Wanamingo with a margin of 26 points. Julie Rainey had 13 kills for Stewartville. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

#8 LeSueur-Henderson swept Blue Earth with a margin of 20 points.

#10 Wadena-Deer Creek beat DGF in four with a margin of 24 points. From the Fargo Forum.

Maple River swept NRHEG with a margin of 13 points. From the Mankato Free Press and Albert Lea Tribune.

Fairmont beat New Ulm in four with a margin of 11 points. From the New Ulm Journal.

#1 Bethlehem Academy beat Owatonna in four with a margin of 14 points. Jordan Spatenka had 17 kills for the Huskies. From the Owatonna People's Press.

#4 Wabasha-Kellogg beat St. Charles in four. Both teams had the exact same points. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

#5 Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa swept KMS with a margin of 24 points with four more results in the St. Cloud Times.

#6 Ada-Borup swept Fertile-Beltrami with a margin of 25 points.
The Cougars won "back to back" titles- undefeated conference season and consecutive Pine to Prairie Championship. Ada-Borup improved to 22-0 with the victory over Fertile-Beltrami Monday night. It was a special night as the Cougars celebrated parents night, a conference title and five seniors played their final home match of their career wearing a Cougar uniform. Ada-Borup coach Ruth Hayden gave recognition to the five seniors, Laura Kolness, Katy Ness, Nina Lofgren, Corin Gunderson and Nicole Smart. The Cougar coach said it was a good night and gave credit to Fertile-Beltrami for a very well played second game. Katy Ness had 12 kills for the Cougars.

#10 Climax-Fisher beat East Grand Forks in four with a margin of 19 points. Brittany Tronnes had 17 kills for CF.

Cedar Mountain-Comfrey beat New Ulm Cathedral in four with a margin of 32 points. From the New Ulm Journal.

Martin Luther swept Sleepy Eye with a margin of 34 points. Plus three more results in the New Ulm Journal.

Dawson-Boyd beat Ortonville in five with a margin of 10 points. Plus four more results from the Marshall Independent.

Park Christian swept Ulen-Hitterdal with a margin of 29 points. From the Fargo Forum.

Setter Alli Martin has grown up around volleyball at Winona. From the Winona Daily News.

Osakis has won the Prairie Conference. From the Osakis Review.

Stillwater won their 8th straight with a sweep of River Falls, WI with a margin of 37 points. From the Stillwater Gazette.

Detroit Lakes beat Pequot Lakes in four with a margin of 40 points in Mid State action. From the Detroit Lakes Tribune.

Faribault finished third in their own tournament. From the Faribault Daily News.

MN Deaf won their 7th straight Great Plains Deaf championships on Saturday. From the Faribault Daily News.

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