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PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Marshall earns sweep over JCC

JACKSON – The Marshall volleyball team picked up a key victory on the road Tuesday night, defeating Jackson County Central 3-0 (25-18, 25-22, 25-14).

Paige Andries led the way for the Tigers with 16 kills while Logan Sherman added eight and Jordyn Hilgemann and Bria Morris each had seven. Mia Schnaible led in digs with 34 while Hilgemann added 14, Sherman had eight and Emily Meier chipped in seven.

Sherman led in set assists with 20 while Rachel Schwarz added 13 and Hilgemann led in blocks with two.

Marshall coach Dan Westby said their key throughout the match was being able to get out to a strong start in all three sets.

“We got off to a good start; we got out to a big lead in Set 1 before they came back a little bit. We also had an 11-3 lead in Set 2, then made a few errors but we were able to clean things up,” Westby said. “And then I really felt we took command of the third set. Paige had a really great night for us with those 16 kills and no errors.”

Marshall (9-2) will face Worthington next Tuesday at 7:15 p.m. Westby said after playing in six matches in five days, they will look to use the next week to recharge and work on some fundamentals.

“It’s always tough to play in Jackson, so it feels good to come away with a win,” Westby said. “Now we have some time off, so we’ll get rested up and work on some fundamentals that have gotten away from us.”

Marshall 3, JCC 0

Marshall 25 25 25

JCC 18 22 14

Kills: Marshall (Andries 16; Sherman 8; Hilgemann, Morris 7).

Digs: Marshall (Schnaible 34; Hilgemann 14; Sherman 8; Meier 7).

Set Assists: Marshall (Sherman 20; Schwarz 13).

Blocks: Marshall (Hilgemann 2; Morris, Meier, Andries 1).

Serving (Ace): Marshall (Sherman 13-17 (1); Bucher 8-8; Schwarz 12-15 (1)).

Lakeview 3, LQPV 1

COTTONWOOD — Lakeview defeated Lac qui Parle Valley 3-1 (25-15, 21-25, 25-13, 25-14) on Tuesday.

LeeAnn Stensrud led the way for Lakeview with 19 kills. Savanna Louwagie added 15 kills and five aces.

Fresh off recording her 1,000th career set assist last week, Kaitlin Fischer tallied 44 set assists in the win Tuesday.

Lakeview (7-1) travels to MACCRAY on Thursday.

LQPV 15 25 13 14

Lake 25 21 25 25

KILLS: Lakeview (Stensrud 19, Louwagie 15).

SERVING: Lakeview (Geistfeld 19-19-1, Fischer 18-19-1, Louwagie 10-12-5).

DIGS: Lakeview (Fischer 17, Geistfeld 19, Imes 12).

SET ASSISTS: Lakeview (Fischer 44).

BLOCKS: Lakeview (Rausch 1-1, Stensrud 0-3, Gniffke 0-2).

Canby 3, KMS 0

CANBY — Canby earned a 3-0 (25-22, 25-16, 25-21) sweep over Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg on Tuesday.

It was a balanced effort for the Lancers across the board, with Gabby Harding recording a team-high seven kills and four aces. Brooke Nelson and Maya Wente added six kills apiece in the win, while Nelson and Cassidy Hunt led Canby with 12 digs apiece.

Canby will travel to Lac qui Parle Valley on Thursday.

Canby 3, KMS 0

KMS 22 16 21

Canby 25 25 25

KILLS: Canby (G. Harding 7, B. Nelson 6, Wente 6).

ACES: Canby (G. Harding 4, B. Nelson 2, P. Nelson 1).

DIGS: Canby (B. Nelson 12, Hunt 12).

SET ASSISTS: Canby (R. Harding 16, P. Nelson 13).

BLOCKS: Canby (Wente 3, G. Harding 2).

TMB 3, CMCS 0

TRACY — Tracy-Milroy-Balaton earned a 3-0 (25-17, 25-16, 25-17) sweep of Central Minnesota Christian School on Tuesday.

Jadyn Lessman and Kylie Hensch led the way for TMB with eight kills apiece. Hensch also recorded five blocks for the Panthers.

Sheridan Ludeman added seven kills in the win, while Maddi Langerock initiated the TMB offense with 20 set assists.

TMB will travel to Dawson-Boyd on Thursday.

TMB 3, CMCS 0

CMCS 17 16 17

TMB 25 25 25

KILLS: TMB (Lessman 8, K. Hensch 8, Ludeman 7).

ACES: TMB (Wendland 2, Przybilla 2).

DIGS: TMB (Dolan 16, Danielson 9).

SET ASSISTS: TMB (Langerock 20).

BLOCKS: TMB (K. Hensch 5).

RTR 3, RCW 0

TYLER — Russell-Tyler-Ruthton swept Renville County West 3-0 (25-22, 25-7, 25-9) on Tuesday.

Haley Muenchow led the way for RTR with 13 kills.

Kylea Baartman added seven kills, seven digs and six aces in the win. McKinley Schreurs set up the offense, finishing with 23 set assists.

RTR (6-2) travels to Central Minnesota Christian School on Thursday.

RTR 3, RCW 0

RCW 22 7 9

RTR 25 25 25

KILLS: RTR (H. Muenchow 13, Baartman 7).

ACES: RTR (Baartman 6, Carr 4).

DIGS: RTR (Carr 23).

SET ASSISTS: RTR (M. Schreurs 23).

BLOCKS: RTR (H. Muenchow 3).

YME 3, DB 2

GRANITE FALLS — Yellow Medicine East came back from a 2-1 deficit against Dawson-Boyd to force a fifth set. The Sting eventually defeated the Blackjacks 3-2.

Two sets went to extra points in the match, with YME winning each one.

Alli Steffen led the way for YME with 17 kills and 26 digs. Yansi Flores added 12 kills and 10 digs in the win, while Madison Hinz recorded 40 set assists.

Avery Bartunek and Karoline Dahl led the Blackjacks with 18 kills apiece. Kyndall Franzky added 38 set assists in the loss.

YME will travel to Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg on Thursday, while DB will host Tracy-Milroy-Balaton on Thursday.

YME 3, DB 2

DB 25 25 25 17 14

YME 27 20 19 25 16

KILLS: DB (Bartunek 18, Kar. Dahl 18). YME (Steffen 17, Flores 12, Mortenson 10).

ACES: DB (G. Johnson 4, Franzky 3, Olson 2). YME (Hinz 4, Steffen 3).

DIGS: DB (Olson 11, T. Johnson 10, Franzky 10, Kar. Dahl 10). YME (Steffen 26, Jaenisch 16, Hinz 10, Sakry 10, Flores 10).

SET ASSISTS: DB (Franzky 38). YME (Hinz 40).

BLOCKS: DB (Bartunek 1, Franzky 1, Kat. Dahl 1). YME (Bones 4, Flores 3, Mortenson 3).

Girls tennis

Marshall 4,

Pipestone Area 3

MARSHALL – The Marshall girls tennis team defeated Pipestone Area 4-3 on Tuesday.

At No. 1 singles, Gionna Parsa fell to Pipestone’s Paige Ahrendt 6-0, 6-2 while Leah Matzner defeated Pipestone’s Mataya Douty 6-4, 6-2 at the No. 2 spot and Eden Knudson defeated Pipestone’s Olivia Lapthorn 6-0, 6-3 at the No. 3 spot. At No. 4 singles, Mariah Bergjord defeated Pipestone’s Hannah Minet 6-1, 6-3.

In doubles action, Lexi Moat and Kaia Christensen fell to Pipestone’s Skylar Mendro and MacKenzie Manderscheid 6-3, 7-6 at the No. 1 spot while Regan Loft and Leah Schaefer fell to Pipestone’s Emma Stahl and Toryn Woelber 6-3, 6-3 at the No. 2 spot. At No. 3 doubles, Maddy Bednarek and Danielle Ewing defeated Pipestone’s Jenna Boeke and Emma Czech 6-4, 6-3.

Marshall will face Willmar on Thursday at 4:15 p.m.

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