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Knights sweep Cougars, GFW wins

October 9, 2013
The Journal

Sleepy Eye St. Mary's 3, CM/Comfrey 0

MORGAN - Sleepy Eye St. Mary's defeated Cedar Mountain/Comfrey 25-17, 25-22, 25-16 in Tomahawk Conference volleyball Tuesday night.

The Knights were led by Bethany Berkner, who had 28 set assists and 16 digs. Becca Schmitz had 13 kills and served three aces. Hayley Neid contributed 15 digs.

Karliana Kelly led CM/C with seven kills and 10 blocks, and also served nine for nine with one ace. Natalie Hoffbeck had 14 set assists, and Andrea Ochs had nine digs.

CM/C (1-15, 1-6) travels to New Ulm Cathedral Thursday. St. Mary's travels to Truman next Monday.

GFW 3, Sleepy Eye 1

WINTHROP - Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop defeated Sleepy Eye 25-12, 25-22, 20-25, 25-14 in Tomahawk Conference volleyball Tuesday.

Leading GFW in kills was Erin McDurmont with 15 followed by Korine Schuette with 12. Morgan Wendinger had 24 set assists and was 17-for-17 serving with one ace. Claire Leitheiser had 15 set assists and was 22-for-22 serving with two aces. Katelyn Seehafer had three blocks, and Stephanie Palmer had 18 digs.

For Sleepy Eye, Claire Krumbach had 15 kills and four aces and Karrah Remus had nine kills. Justine Gonzalez had three aces and six set assists and Miranda McMullen had 13 set assists.

GFW (13-6, 7-1) travels to St. Clair Thursday. Sleepy Eye hosts Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart on Thursday.

BLHS 3, Springfield 0

SPRINGFIELD - Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart swept Springfield 25-22, 25-20, 27-25 in Tomahawk Conference action Tuesday.

For the Tigers, Taylor Milbrath had seven kills and Heidi Veenstra had nine kills. Jenny Thoreson had 31 set assists and Amanda Rogotzke had 17 digs. Mariah Hoyt finished with 17 digs.

Springfield (9-11, 3-5 Tomahawk) is at the Subway Tournament Friday and Saturday in Marshall.

Late Monday

St. Mary's 3, Cathedral 2

SLEEPY EYE - Sleepy Eye St. Mary's defeated New Ulm Cathedral in five sets (25-23, 19-25, 25-21, 20-25, 15-11) on Monday to avenge a loss earlier in the season.

The match was designated as a nonconference bout.

Becca Schmitz led the Knights (11-11, 1-6 Tomahawk Conference) on offense with 25 kills, followed by Deonna Brinkman's 15.

Bethany Berkner had a match-high 48 set assists, while Hayley Neid had 23 digs.

For Cathedral (11-8-1, 3-3), Mackinnon Ehlenz and Kristin Mohr each had 10 kills.

 
 

 

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