Wednesday, October 08, 2008

St. Cloud Cathedral Sweeps New London-Spicer

#2 posting 10.7.2008
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#1 Jordan swept Sibley East with a margin of 29 points.

#2 Marshall swept New Ulm with a margin of 39 points. Hope Weilage had 12 points for the Tigers. From the Marshall Independent and New Ulm Journal.

#3 St. Cloud Cathedral swept New London-Spicer with a margin of 19 points. Anna Zyvoloski had 20 points for SCC. SCC is now alone in first place in the West Central North. From the West Central Tribune.

#4 Hibbing swept Mesabi East with a margin of 43 points.

#4 Stewartville swept Hayfield with a margin of 40 points. Julie Rainey had 18 points for the Tigers.

#6 Delano swept Dassel-Cokato with a margin of 35 points.

#7 Jackson County Central swept Blue Earth with a margin of 28 points. Briel Hendricksen had 17 points for JCC. From the Worthington Daily Globe and the Fairmont Sentinel (plus three more results).

#8 LeSueur-Henderson swept St. Peter with a margin of 40 points.

#9 Belle Plaine swept New Prague with a margin of 33 points.

#10 Wadena-Deer Creek played Pequot Lakes.

Kasson-Mantorville beat Rochester Lourdes with a margin of 8 points. Kenyon-Wanamingo beat Cannon Falls in five with a margin of 2 points. Whitney Ryan had 21 points for KW. Jordan Montgomery had 20 points for CF. Triton beat Lake City in four with a margin of 17 points. Jessica Clark had 22 points for Triton. Chatfield beat Kingsland in four with a margin of 17 points. From the Rochester Post Bulletin.

Benson rallied from a 2-0 deficit to beat Lac Qui Parle Valley in five with a margin of 4 points. Plus two more results from the West Central Tribune.

Virginia beat Chisholm in four with a margin of 5 points in the Iron Range Conference playoffs. Jessa Youso had 23 kills for the Blue Devils. Plus five more results from the Duluth News Tribune.

DGF beat Pelican Rapids in four with a margin of 8 points. Morgan Mathison had 16 kills for DGF. From the Fargo Forum.

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