PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Marshall swimming competes at Maroon and Gold Invitational

MINNEAPOLIS – The Marshall girls swimming and diving team took eighth place at the Maroon and Gold Invite on Saturday with a score of 222.

In the 200 yard medley, the Marshall team of Alli Kopitski, Maddie Larson, KC Boerboom and Mansi Bell took 26th with a time of 2:11.42. In the 200 yard freestyle, Kaylie Stucke placed fifth with a time of 2:05.29 while Lydia Hurst took eighth with a time of 2:07.01. In the 200 yard individual medley, Hailey Brandt placed seventh with a time of 2:21.79 while Maddie Larson took 22nd with a time of 2:30.42.

In the 50 yard freestyle, Nyssa Bentz took first with a time of 24.69 seconds. In the 100 yard butterfly, Brandt took 14th place with a time of 1:06.55. In the 100 yard freestyle, Bentz took second with a time of 54.07 seconds while Bell took 29th with a time of 1:01.99. In the 500 yard freestyle, Stucke took fourth with a time of 5:37.99 while Hurst took ninth with a time of 5:43.78.

In the 200 yard freestyle relay, the Marshall team of Stucke, Hurst, Brandt and Bentz took fifth with a time of 1:45.60. In the 100 yard backstroke, Kopitski took 25th with a time of 1:11.17 while Bell took 26th with a time of 1:11.61. In the 100 yard breaststroke, Larson took 13th with a time of 1:16.63 while Emma Beavers took 15th with a time of 1:16.78.

In the 400 yard freestyle relay, the Marshall team of Stucke, Hurst, Brandt and Bentz took fourth with a time of 3:52.83.

Marshall will compete on Tuesday against Willmar at 6 p.m.

PREP VOLLEYBALL

Class AAA

Showcase

Marshall

BURNSVILLE – The Marshall volleyball team went 3-1 to finish fifth at the Class AAA Showcase over the weekend. The Tigers defeated Apple Valley, Moorhead and Shakopee while falling to East Ridge in the tournament.

Marshall coach Dan Westby felt there were a lot of positives overall from their play in the tournament and that it helped to face tough competition.

“We like to think it’s good for us to play the kinds of teams we faced this weekend. It’s only good if we learn something from the experience,” Westby said. All four of our opponents were Class AAA teams. We had a chance to go up against teams with a number of skilled players. Overall, we felt like we came away with a lot of positives. Hopefully we can build on that this week.”

Bria Morris led the way for the Tigers with 30 total kills while Erica Jones added 19 and Logan Sherman had 16. Mia Schnaible led in digs with 37 total while Rachel Schwarz led in set assists with 52 total. Jordyn Hilgemann led in service aces with 10 total while Sofie Bock led in total blocks with six.

Marshall will face Redwood Valley on Tuesday at 7:15 p.m.

Class A Showcase

Minneota

BURNSVILLE – The Minneota volleyball team took first place at the Class A Showcase on Saturday. The Vikings defeated Stephen-Argyle, Underwood, Wabasso, Mabel Canton and Mayer Lutheran in the tournament.

Lydia Sussner led the way for the Vikings in kills with 46 total while Lizzy Gillingham and Natalee Rolbiecki each added 33. Abby Hennen led in digs with 72 total while Gillingham added 32 and Morgan Hennen had 21.

Minneota will face Canby on Tuesday at 7:15 p.m.

Canby

BURNSVILLE – The Canby volleyball team placed ninth over the weekend in the Class A Showcase. The Lancers got wins over Rush City and Barnesville while falling to Mayer Lutheran and Kittson Central.

Cammie Webber and Brooke Nelson led the way for the Lancers with 28 total kills each while Ahlea Wright added 18. Abby Rangaard led in digs with 43 total while Morgan Cleveland added 26 and Weber had 16. Cleveland also led in set assists with 70 total and was named to the All-Tournament team.

Canby will face Minneota on Tuesday at 7:15 p.m.

Wabasso

BURNSVILLE – The Wabasso volleyball team placed fourth at the Class A Showcase over the weekend. The Rabbits defeated Wabasha-Kellogg, Barnesville and New Life Academy while falling to Minneota and Waterville-Elysian-Morristown.

Maddy Guetter led the way for the Rabbits with 63 total kills while Amanda Hoffman added 20. Megan Rothmeier led in digs with 69 total while Guetter had 58 and McKenna Nelson had 42. Jenna Frank led in set assists with 97 total.

Guetter was also named to the All-Tournament team and reached 1,000 career digs.

Wabasso will face Springfield on Tuesday at 7:15 p.m.

Sibley East

Tournament

SIBLEY – The Tracy-Milroy-Balaton volleyball team took second place in the Sibley East Tournament on Saturday, going 4-1 on the weekend. The Panthers defeated New Ulm, Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop, Springfield and Nicollet before falling to Sibley East in the championship.

Samantha Edwards led the way for the Panthers with 44 total kills while Margaret Dolan added 20. Maddi Langerock led in set assists with 84 total while Brooklyn Ludeman led in digs with 55 total. Cassidy Smith added 38 total digs while Olivia Peterson had 28.

TMB will face Lakeview on Tuesday at 7:15 p.m.

Hancock

Tournament

HANCOCK – The Yellow Medicine East volleyball team took first place in the Hancock Tournament on Saturday. The Sting defeated Hancock, Minnewaska Area, Lac qui Parle Valley and Hillcrest.

Meeghen Dahlager led the way for the Sting with 28 total kills while Mackenzie Dyrdahl added 19 and Alli Steffen had 17. Madison Hinz led in set assists with 69 total while Dahlager led in digs with 29 total. Hinz added 25 total digs while Dyrdahl added 21.

YME will face MACCRAY on Tuesday at 7:15 p.m.

FRIDAY

FOOTBALL

Dawson-Boyd 56, LQPV 13

DAWSON – The Dawson-Boyd football team defeated Lac qui Parle Valley 56-13 on Friday.

Bentley Boike led the way for the Blackjacks with 292 rushing yards and two touchdowns while Colton Husby added 111 yards on the ground and a pair of scores. Jake Lee threw for 71 yards and a touchdown while Keaton Schuelke had 39 receiving yards and a touchdown.

Dawson-Boyd will face Murray County Central this Friday at 7 p.m.

Dawson-Boyd 56, LQPV 13

LQPV 0 7 6 0 – 13

DB 6 14 22 14 – 56

SCORING SUMMARY

First Quarter

DB: Boike 12-yard run (2-pt. conversion no good).

Second Quarter

DB: Husby 2-yard run (2-pt. conversion no good).

DB: Lee 34-yard pass to Schuelke (2-pt. conversion good).

LQPV: 5-yard run (PAT good).

Third Quarter

DB: Husby 34-yard run (2-pt. conversion no good).

LQPV: 16-yard pass (PAT no good).

DB: Boike 60-yard run (2-pt. conversion good).

DB: Lee 1-yard run (2-pt. conversion good).

Fourth Quarter

DB: Hastad 4-yard run (2-pt. conversion no good).

DB: Johnson 1-yard run (2-pt. conversion good).

Individual Leaders

PASSING: DB (Lee 4-6-71-1).

RUSHING: DB (Boike 32-292-2; Husby 11-111-2; Hastad 6-45-1; Johnson 3-14-1; Lee 1-1-1).

RECEIVING: DB (Husby 2-40; Schuelke 2-39-1).

Canby 33,

Lakeview 14

CANBY – The Canby football team defeated Lakeview 33-14 on Friday.

Cameron Anderson led the way for the Lancers with 214 rushing yards and three touchdowns while Parker Viessman threw for 86 yards. Tyler Sayre led in receiving with 23 yards and a touchdown.

Aaron Loe led the way for the Lakers with 159 passing yards and two touchdowns while Elijah Sterner led in rushing with 40 yards and Billy Errington led in receiving with 74 yards and a score.

Canby will face Lac qui Parle Valley this Friday at 7 p.m. while Lakeview will face YME this Friday at 7 p.m.

Canby 33, Lakeview 14

Lakeview 0 7 7 0 – 14

Canby 7 13 0 13 – 33

SCORING SUMMARY

First Quarter

Canby: Anderson 8-yard run (PAT good).

Second Quarter

Lakeview: Loe 17-yard pass to Errington (PAT good).

Canby: Viessman 5-yard pass to Sayre (PAT no good).

Canby: Viessman 9-yard pass to Greenman (PAT good).

Third Quarter

Lakeview: Loe 20-yard pass to Parker Hoffman (PAT good).

Fourth Quarter

Canby: Anderson 49-yard run (PAT good).

Canby: Anderson 28-yard run (PAT no good).

Individual Leaders

PASSING: Canby (Viessman 13-24-86-2); Lakeview (15-29-159-2).

RUSHING: Canby (Anderson 31-214-3); Lakeview (Sterner 15-40).

RECEIVING: Canby (Sayre 4-23-1; Kockelman 3-19); Lakeview (Errington 7-74-1; Hoffman 3-46-1).

TMB 22,

Ortonville 21

ORTONVILLE – The Tracy-Milroy-Balaton football team battled back from a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter to defeat Ortonville 22-21 on Friday.

Sawyer Otto led the way for the Panthers with 90 passing yards and a touchdown while adding 78 rushing yards. Trevor Eisfeld tacked on 35 rushing yards and two scores while Tyler Vandendriessche led in receiving with 37 yards and a touchdown.

TMB will face Springfield this Friday at 7 p.m.

TMB 22, Ortonville 21

TMB 0 0 0 22 – 22

Ortonville 7 0 7 7 – 21

SCORING SUMMARY

First Quarter

Ortonville: 43-yard run (PAT good).

Second Quarter

No scoring.

Third Quarter

Ortonville: 2-yard run (PAT good).

Fourth Quarter

TMB: Eisfeld 1-yard run (2-pt. conversion no good).

Ortonville: 5-yard pass (PAT good).

TMB: Otto 7-yard pass to Vandendriessche (2-pt. conversion good).

TMB: Eisfeld 3-yard run (2-pt. conversion good).

Individual Leaders

PASSING: TMB (Otto 9-20-90-1).

RUSHING: TMB (Otto 26-78; Vandendriessche 4-66; Eisfeld 7-35-2).

RECEIVING: TMB (Vandendriessche 5-37-1; Timmerman 2-31).

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