Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Turning the Tables

#3 posting 10.14.2008
your daily dose of girls volleyball news & information

Henry took a measure of revenge on Edison in Minneapolis action on Tuesday night with a sweep with a margin of 9 points. Earlier in the year the Tommies beat Henry in five. Tonight Henry started three different players due to lack of practice time. The two JV and one senior responded in set one with a 25-23 win. Henry led 24-21 when Edison inched back in with two straight points. After the second Henry time out Eliza Ashun picked up the kill for the first set win.

In set two Edison closed to 21-20 before the Patriots pulled away with a a 4-1 run including an ace by Shoua Vang for point 25.

Set three Edison again rallied from a 19-14 deficit to take a 22-21 lead. After the second Patriot time out Maa Pha got a side out kill and then Tiffany Morris came in to serve out the next three points.

Mackenzie Maher of Chisago Lakes has been named AVCA/MaxPreps player of the week.

In the MaxPrep poll Shakopee moves back to #1 and is also #55 in the nation.

The Hutchinson Leader looks at the toughest section in AAA volleyball---section 2. Four teams are currently in the top 10.

Emma Kiemele of Park Christian was encouraged to go out and play volleyball this season by her girls basketball coach. From the Fargo Forum.

Centennial used a pink ball among other pink items in a match vs Osseo last Tuesday. The game was dedicated to Centennial coach Jackie Rehbein-Manthey's mother who died of breast cancer.

Littlefork-Big Falls beat Orr in four with a margin of 12 points. From the International Falls Daily Journal.

Murray County Central swept RTR with a margin of 23 points. Emily Bose had 21 points for MCC. From the Worthington Daily Globe.

Here is the Echo Press version of the Alexandria win over Chaska in the Runestone Classic.

Pequot Lakes beat Pillager in a fiver. Pillager actually had a 7 point advantage on the night thanks to their serve game. Plus two more results from the Brainerd Dispatch.

Wheaton topped Breckenridge in five with a 4 point margin. From the Wahpeton Daily News.

next up: Tomorrow morning