Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Setter in Training; Bad Ideas

#5 posting 10.8.2008
your daily dose of girls volleyball news & information

There is no out & about tonight for a change.

First year player Alex Blatt is Rachel Hartmann's understudy this season. From the Minnesota Daily.

Here is a bad idea: paddling players for missing serves. Bruce Zayas alleges that Chicago Simeon boys assistant volleyball coach Fred McClinton used a paddle to his rear after missing serves in a contest last spring. From the Chicago Sun Times.

Emily VonWald and Morgan Bushman of Chatfield are the KAAL Athletes of the week. The days of sneaking up on people are over. (video too).

Burnsville has joined the must stop on the high school tournament circuit. From the StarTribune.

#7A Ada-Borup swept Crookston with a margin of 34 points. From the Crookston Times.

Breckenridge swept Hawley with a margin of 11 points. From the Wahpeton Daily News.

Sartell swept Brainerd with a margin of 24 points. From the Brainerd Dispatch.

Pillager beat Northland in four with a margin of 17 points. Plus seven more recaps in the Brainerd Dispatch.

Tartan beat Hill-Murray in five last Tuesday. From the Review News.

Stillwater beat Park-Cottage Grove and Forest Lake last week. From the Stillwater Courier.

East Grand Forks swept Park Rapids with a margin of 33 points last Thursday. From the Park Rapids Enterprise.

Murray County Central finished in 2nd in the RTR tournament. From the Murray County News.

Sleepy Eye St. Mary's won their first Tomahawk conference title with a sweep of Minnesota Valley Lutheran. From the Sleepy Eye Herald Dispatch.

Pine River-Backus won twice last week. Pequot Lakes was 3-2 last week. From the Pine & Lakes.

Heritage Christian won their own tournament last weekend. From the StarTribune.

Next up: tomorrow morning