Saturday, October 04, 2008

Dakota County Tournament Trifecta

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#3AA Marshall split at the Todd Bachman Tournament at Lakeville North last night. The Tigers beat Holy Angels in the first contest 2-0 with an 18 point margin and fell to #2AA Jordan in the second 2-1 with a 7 point margin. Hope Weilage had 9 points vs HA and Rachel Westby had 10 points vs Jordan.

Apple Valley, Osseo, Delano, and Minneota advance to the final four at the Apple Valley tournament. Finals at 2:30 pm.

Andover, Burnsville and West Bend East, WI move to the top bracket in the Burnsville tournament. The top pool today is at Eagle Ridge JH with matches at 9:30; 10:45 and noon. The other two brackets are at Metcalfe JH in Burnsville.

Eastview, Lakeville North, Jordan and Shakopee make up the final four at the Todd Bachman Tournament at Lakeville North. Finals at 2:30 pm.

The West Central Tribune previews today's Willmar volleyball tournament.

Forest Lake topped White Bear Lake Thursday in a sweep with a margin of 30 points. From the White Bear Lake Press.

Stillwater beat Park-Cottage Grove in four with a margin of 26 points on Thursday in Suburban East action. From the Stillwater Gazette.

Ashby swept Hillcrest with a 24 point margin. From the Fergus Falls Daily Journal.

Prior Lake upset Hutchinson on Thursday with a five set win. Hutch had a 1 point advantage for the night. From the Hutchinson Leader.

#10AA Wadena-Deer Creek swept Staples-Motley with a margin of 48 points in Mid State action on Thursday. Britta Berg had 15 points for WDC. Plus five more results from the Brainerd Dispatch.

Alexandria swept Brainerd with a 35 point margin in Central Lakes action. From the Brainerd Dispatch.

Deer River swept Crosby-Ironton with a margin of 39 points. From the Brainerd Dispatch.

Brianne Berger of LeSueur-Henderson picked up her 1000th career dig in the five set win over Belle Plaine on Tuesday. She had a school record 43 digs on the night.

Emily Roelike of #5A Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa has been named player of the week in the Central Lakes. From the St. Cloud Times.

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