Wednesday, October 01, 2008

#9 LeSueur-Henderson Knocks Off #8 Belle Plaine

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#1 St. Cloud Cathedral swept Melrose with a 20 point margin in West Central North action. Lauren Hagen had 14 points for Cathedral. From the St. Cloud Times.

#2 Jordan swept Montgomery-Lonsdale in Minnesota River action.

#3 Marshall played Mankato West with a margin of 34 points. Rachel Westby had 10 points for the Tigers. From the Marshall Independent.

#4 Hibbing beat Grand Rapids in four with a margin of 21 points. Kate Lange had 18 kills for Hibbing. From the Duluth News Tribune.

#5 Stewartville swept Cannon Falls with a 37 point margin. Julie Rainey had 14 points for the Tigers. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

#7 Jackson County Central swept Mankato East with a 24 point margin.

#9 LeSueur-Henderson outlasted #8 Belle Plaine in five in Minnesota River action. BP had a 2 point margin on the night, but still lost.

#10 Wadena-Deer Creek swept Bertha-Hewitt.

Lake City beat Kenyon-Wanamingo in five. Whitney Ryan had 20 kills for KW. Plus five results from the Red Wing Republican Eagle.

Hayfield kept Winona Cotter on the year with a four set win with a 34 point margin. From the Winona Daily News.

In Hiawatha Valley action: Kasson-Mantorville beat Zumbrota-Mazeppa in fiver with a 9 point margin. Pine Island beat Byron in four sets with an 18 point margin. Triton beat LaCrescent in four with a margin of seven points.
In Three River action: Dover-Eyota swept Southland with a 23 point margin. Chatfield beat Rushford-Peterson in fiver with a margin of 16 points. All the above from the Rochester Post Bulletin.

United South Central won their 6th straight game and stopped NRHEG's 8 game winning streak in four set match with a margin of -1 oddly enough. Anna Schlaak had 20 kills for USC. From the Albert Lea Tribune.

Worthington swept Tracy-Milroy-Balaton with a margin of 19 points. Martha Alwal had 17 points for the Trojans. Plus seven more results from the Worthington Daily Globe.

Benson outlasted Morris in a fiver with a margin of 12 points in West Central South. It was Benson coach Erick Hedman's 100th career win. Plus two other results from the West Central Tribune.

New London-Spicer swept LPGE with a margin of 18 points in West Central North action. Plus two other results in the West Central Tribune.

DGF swept Barnesville with a 30 point margin. From the Fargo Forum.

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