Thursday, October 02, 2008

Three Verbals, Hope, Bleachers, and Late Results

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Setter/Right Side Michelle Graham of Woodbury and MH Cassie Haag of SW Christian Chaska have verballed Concordia St. Paul.

Outside Hitter Jordan Spatenka of Owatonna is headed to Augustana.

The three players push the verbal totals to 20 for the 2009 class and 9 headed to D2 programs.

Marshall's Hope Weilage is a key ingredient in their success. From the Marshall Independent.

They may have to pull all the bleachers at Waconia to handle the crowds. From the StarTribune.

Red Lake County Central topped Crookston in five with a margin of 24 points. RLCC led 2-0 and dominated the fifth set 15-2. From the Crookston Times.

Littlefork-Big Falls swept Hill City with a margin of 11 points in Northern Lakes action. From the International Falls Daily Journal.

Perham swept Breckenridge with a margin of 29 points in Heart O'Lakes action. From the Perham Enterprise and Wahpeton Daily News.

Here are some highlights of Hibbing's win over Grand Rapids. From KBJR.

Pequot Lakes beat Crosby-Ironton in three with an 18 point margin. Plus four more results from the Brainerd Dispatch.

#10AA Wadena-Deer Creek's past week is reviewed in the Wadena Pioneer Journal.

Kimball beat Eden Valley-Watkins and Royalton last week. From the TriCounty News.

Tartan beat North St. Paul in four with a margin of 14 points on Sept. 23. Later in the week the Titans beat Mahtomedi in four with a margin of 26 points. In the Oakdale Lake Elmo Review.

Pequot Lakes was 0-2 last week. Pine River-Backus was 1-1. From the Pine & Lakes.

Sleepy Eye St. Mary's was 2-0 last week. From the Sleepy Eye Herald Dispatch.

New York Mills finished in 3rd place at the Bertha-Hewitt tournament and had a health scare in the semis. From the Perham Enterprise.

Parkers Prairie beat Underwood despite trailing 2-0. From the Alexandria Echo Press.

Alexandria swept Sauk Rapids. From the Alexandria Echo press.

Here is the Southeast Minnesota standings from the Rochester Post Bulletin.

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