Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Alexandria Punishes Willmar

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#3 St. Michael-Albertville beat Rogers in four with a margin of 33 points in Mississippi 8 action.

#4 Chaska swept Mayer Lutheran with a margin of 43 points. From the Chaska Herald.

#6 Waconia went five with Watertown-Mayer with a margin of 14 points in Wright County action.

#8 Blaine swept Maple Grove with a margin of 31 points in NW Suburban action.

#9 Woodbury swept Hastings with a margin of 31 points in Suburban East action.

#10 Owatonna swept Rochester Century with a margin of 24 points in Big 9 action. Kaileigh Lyke had 14 points for the Huskies. From the Owatonna People's Press and Rochester Post Bulletin.

Austin swept Waseca with a margin of 17 points. Rebekah Aase had 19 kills for the Packers. From the Austin Post Bulletin.

Red Wing was disappointed with a four set win over Winona. From the Red Wing Republican Eagle.

Lakeville South swept Northfield with a margin of 21 points. From the Northfield News.

Sauk Rapids swept St. Cloud Apollo with a margin of 26 points in Central Lakes action. Nikki Meinz had 13 points for the Storm. From the St. Cloud Times.

Sartell outlasted St. Cloud Tech in five with a margin of 17 points in Central Lakes action. Jenna Terhaar had 16 kills for the Sabers. Meagan Loesch had 21 points for the Tigers. Plus nine other results from the St. Cloud Times.

Alexandria swept Willmar with a 38 point margin in Central Lakes action. From the West Central Tribune.

Moorhead swept Detroit Lakes with a 24 point margin. From the Fargo Forum.

Stillwater won the Coon Rapids tournament last Saturday. From the Stillwater Gazette.

Eden Prairie has returned to basics after last week's loss to Apple Valley. From the StarTribune.

St. Agnes' tallest player is 5-11. The next tallest is 5-2. Despite the lack of height St. Agnes has taken down bigger opponents. From the StarTribune.

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