AVON — Maddie Kocmich’s 10 kills helped the Avon Lady Pirates beat Scotland 25-19, 27-25, 22-25, 25-13 in high school volleyball action Tuesday night at Avon High School.

Madisyn Cameron added 24 set assists and 10 digs for Avon (7-5), while Shalayne Nagel had nine kills, and Tiffany Pelton finished with seven kills, five blocks and nine digs. Katie Gretschmann led the defense with 18 digs.

In the loss for Scotland (3-6), Kennedy Bietz posted eight kills, 23 digs and three ace serves, while Bella Vitek had six kills, and Rylee Conrad had 22 set assists, six digs and two aces. Also for the Highlanders’ defense, Grace Fryda contributed 16 digs.

Scotland visits Parkston on Thursday and Avon will play in the Great Plains Conference Tournament on Saturday in Lake Andes.

SCOTLAND (3-6) 19 25 25 13

AVON (7-5) 25 27 22 25

Beresford 3, Lennox 1

BERESFORD — Kara Niles recorded six kills and a season-high 10 blocks as Beresford toppled Lennox 25-11, 20-25, 25-15, 25-14 in volleyball action Tuesday night in Beresford.

Jessica Niles finished with 11 kills, four blocks and two ace serves for Beresford (10-6), while Summer Roelke had eight kills, 17 digs and two ace serves. Jordyn Fischer added 15 set assists and 16 digs, Molly Ebert had 14 set assists and Jaycee Fischer led the defense with 19 digs.

For Lennox (8-8), Madysen Vlastuin had 14 kills, Rianna Fillipi posted eight kills, two blocks and 22 digs, and Hattie Breck had 32 digs.

On Thursday, Beresford visits Chester Area and Lennox visits Dell Rapids.

LENNOX (8-8) 11 25 15 14

BERESFORD (10-6) 25 20 25 25

Ponca Tri.

Wynot 2, E-H 0

PONCA, Neb. — In first match of the Ponca Triangular, undefeated Wynot swept Emerson-Hubbard 25-10, 25-4 on Tuesday night.

Karley Heimes lead Wynot with eight kills, while Emersyn Sudbeck had nine assists and seven ace serves.

EMERSON-HUBBARD (0-12) 10 4

WYNOT (11-0) 25 25

Ponca 2, Emerson-Hubbard 0

PONCA, Neb. — In their home Triangular, Ponca swept Emerson-Hubbard 25-5, 25-8 on Tuesday night.

Kaci Day led the offense for Ponca with nine kills, while Josie Reid posted seven kills. Gracen Evans would also finish with match-highs in both ace serves (4) and digs (5). Emerson-Hubbard will host their own Triangular on Thursday against Pender and Nelight-Oakdale.

EMERSON-HUBBARD (0-13) 5 8

PONCA (15-3) 25 25

Wynot 2, Ponca 0

PONCA, Neb. — In the final match of the Ponca Triangular, the Wynot Blue Devils swept the host Indians 26-24, 25-17 on Tuesday night.

Edyn Sudbeck helped the Blue Devils get a signature win with seven kills, and 12 assists. Karley Heimes also had seven kills, while Katelyn Heine finished the night with a match-high 20 digs.

For the Indians, Josie Reid had a match-high eight kills, while Kaci Day had five kills and six digs. Morgan Nelson lead the Ponca offense with 17 assists.

Wynot will now face Homer at home on Thursday. Ponca will face Pierce and Dakota Valley in a triangular in Pierce on Thursday.

WYNOT (12-0) 26 25

PONCA (15-4) 24 17

LHNE Tri.

Norfolk Catholic 2, Crofton 0

NORFOLK, Neb. — In the Lutheran High Northeast Triangular, the Norfolk Catholic Knights swept the Crofton Warriors 25-18, 25-20 on Tuesday night.

Kaley Einrem, Jayden Jordan, and Ryah Ostermeyer posted four kills each for the Warriors. Alexis Arens finished the match with 11 digs while Einrem and Taylor Schieffer each had six assists for Crofton.

NORFOLK CATHOLIC (9-3) 25 25

CROFTON (7-10) 18 20

LHNE 2, Crofton 0

NORFOLK, Neb. — In their home triangular, the Lutheran High Northeast Eagles swept the Crofton Warriors 25-17, 25-14 on Tuesday night.

Ella Wragge led Crofton with four kills, while Alexis Folkers had 13 digs. Taylor Schieffer also had six assists for the Warriors. Crofton will now face West Holt at home on Tuesday. The Eagles will travel to Shelby/Rising City to take part in a triangular with the hosts and Clarkson/Leigh on Oct. 8.

CROFTON (7-11) 17 14

LUTHERAN HIGH NE (16-5) 25 25

Wausa Tri.

Hartington-New. 2, Wakefield-Allen 1

WAUSA, Neb. — Kayden Jueden’s 13 kills and Abbe Morten’s 12 kills helped Hartington-Newcastle defeat Wakefield-Allen 22-25, 25-18, 25-14 in the first match of Tuesday’s Wausa triangular.

Jueden also had five ace serves and 15 digs, while Morten also notched three blocks, two aces and 12 digs. Brianna Hopping recorded 22 set assists and Keanna Korth had 15 digs.

No stats were reported for Wakefield-Allen.

HARTINGTON-NEW. (8-6) 22 25 25

WAKEFIELD-ALLEN 25 18 14

Hartington-New. 2, Wausa 0

WAUSA, Neb. — Hartington-Newcastle finished off a 2-0 night with a 25-13, 25-19 victory over Wausa in Tuesday’s Wausa volleyball triangular.

Kayden Jueden had 15 kills and 10 digs for Hartington-Newcastle (9-6), while Abbe Morten had five kills, four ace serves and seven digs. Brianna Hopping had 17 set assists and five digs.

Leah Bloomquist led the hosts with eight ace serves, and 14 digs. Morgan Kleinschmit (8 kills), and Jaide Kaiser (15 assists) also contributed for Wausa.

HARTINGTON-NEW. (9-6) 25 25

WAUSA 13 19

Wakefield-Allen 2, Wausa 0

WAUSA, Neb. — In the Wausa Triangular, Wakefield-Allen swept the hosts 25-18, 25-12 on Tuesday night.

Kaityln Kumm led Wausa with nine digs. Wausa will play next on Thursday at Niobrara/Verdigre. Wakefield-Allen will travel to Osmond on Thursday.

WAKEFIELD-ALLEN (10-9) 25 25

WAUSA (3-8) 18 12

Other Matches

Gayville-Volin 3, Bon Homme 0

GAYVILLE — The Gayville-Volin Raiders extended its win streak to three matches when they swept the Bon Homme Cavaliers 25-17, 25-19, 25-23 in Gayville on Tuesday night.

Samantha Olson led the Raiders with nine kills, while teammate Kayla VanOsdel had eight kills. Keeley Larson also finished the match with 25 assists for Gayville-Volin. The Raiders will now play in the Great Plains Conference Tournament in Lake Andes on Saturday.

McKenzie Carson had eight kills to lead the Cavaliers while Ciera Himes had four kills, and 24 digs. On Thursday, Bon Homme will play Menno in Tyndall.

BON HOMME (1-17) 17 19 13

GAYVILLE-VOLIN (12-3) 25 25 25

Irene-Wakonda 3, Menno 0

MENNO — Malloy O’Malley had a big match with eight kills, 10 set assists and six digs as Irene-Wakonda swept Menno 25-12, 30-28, 25-17 on Tuesday night in Menno.

Emma McDonald added eight kills and 18 digs for Irene-Wakonda (6-11), while Nora O’Malley tallied five kills and four blocks. Abbey Emmick led the defense with 29 digs.

In the loss for Menno (3-6), Jesse Munkvold had seven kills and 24 digs, Madelyn Heckenlaible had three kills, Kylie Harriman posted eight set assists and 16 digs, and Paityn Huber had four set assists.

On Thursday, Irene-Wakonda hosts Centerville in Wakonda and Menno plays Bon Homme in Tyndall.

IRENE-WAKONDA (6-11) 25 30 25

MENNO (3-6) 12 28 17

Parker 3, Viborg-Hurley 0

HURLEY — The Parker Pheasants cruised past Viborg-Hurley by scores of 25-8, 25-6, 25-12 on Tuesday night in Hurley.

Brooke Berens led Parker (14-6) with nine kills, while Sydney Berens and Shelby Lang both added seven kills. Cierra Mohr keyed the offense with 19 set assists and Breanna Jensen paced the defense with 13 digs. Mohr also had six ace serves.

In the loss for Viborg-Hurley (3-11), NeVaeh Ronke finished with three kills and six digs, while Coral Mason and Sydney Voss each had two kills. Rachel Christensen contributed three set assists and seven digs.

Parker visits Garretson on Thursday and Viborg-Hurley will visit Baltic on Oct. 10.

PARKER (14-6) 25 25 25

VIBORG-HURLEY (3-11) 8 6 12

Wagner 3, Hanson 0

WAGNER — Abby Brunsing’s 16 kills helped Wagner sweep Hanson 25-15, 25-11, 25-10 on Tuesday night in Wagner.

Also for Wagner (12-4), Lizzie Tyler added nine kills, seven ace serves and 18 digs, while Emilea Cimpl recorded 29 set assists and 21 digs.

For Hanson (6-12), Morgan Huber had eight kills, Hannah Robinson had 17 digs, Abby Kortan finished with seven assists and Jada Tuttle added 13 digs.

On Thursday, Hanson hosts Kimball-White Lake and Wagner will play Tri-Valley on Saturday in Colton.

HANSON (6-12) 15 11 10

WAGNER (12-4) 25 25 25

TDA 3, Marty 0

MARTY — The Tripp-Delmont-Armour Nighthawks swept the Marty Lady Braves 25-11, 25-17, 25-12 in Marty on Tuesday night.

The Nighthawks, who move to 5-4 on the year, were led by Montana Stirling (6 kills) and Kianna Payer (5 kills). Karli Marts also posted seven ace serves, while Hannah Stremick had six ace serves. The Nighthawks will now look to defeat Corsica-Stickney in Armour on Thursday. Marty will not play again until Saturday against Corsica-Stickney in Lake Andes.

T-D-A (5-4) 25 25 25

MARTY (5-10) 11 17 12

S.F. Christian 3, Vermillion 0

SIOUX FALLS — Abby Glanzer recorded 13 kills and Katie Van Egdom added 11 kills as Sioux Falls Christian swept Vermillion 25-19, 25-10, 25-19 on Tuesday night in Sioux Falls.

Brooklyn Pater had nine kills, Kelsi Heard posted 34 set assists and Glanzer added 13 digs for Sioux Falls Christian (14-8).

No stats were reported for Vermillion (9-12), which plays Tri-Valley next Monday in Colton.

VERMILLION (9-12) 19 10 17

S.F. CHRISTIAN (14-8) 25 25 25

Randolph 3, Creighton 0

RANDOLPH, Neb. — Randolph swept Creighton 25-13, 25-19, 25-20 in Randolph on Tuesday night.

Sierra Nielson led Creighton with six kills, while Charlize Wilmes had five kills. Maycee Zimmerer also had 10 digs and five assists for Creighton. Randolph will play again on Saturday, when they host a triangular against Winside and Wynot. Creighton plays on Thursday at Laurel-Concord-Coleridge.

CREIGHTON (3-11) 13 19 20

RANDOLPH (5-13) 25 25 25

Corsica-Stickney 3, Wessington Springs 0

CORSICA — The Corsica-Stickney Jaguars swept Wessington Springs 25-21, 25-22, 25-13 on Tuesday night in Corsica.

Morgan DeLange led the Jaguars with 11 kills. Paige Wright had six kills, while Marisa DeLange had 12 assists for Corsica-Stickney, who moves to 5-4 on the year. Trinity Flowers posted five kills for Wessington Springs, while Piper Jones had 13 digs.

The Jaguars will travel to Armour on Thursday to face Tripp-Delmont/Armour. Wessington Springs will face Highmore-Harrold on Saturday in a Triangular.

CORSICA-STICKNEY (5-8) 25 25 25

WESSINGTON SPRINGS (5-4) 21 22 13

Roosevelt 3, Wash. 0

SIOUX FALLS — For the second time this season, the Sioux Falls Roosevelt Rough Riders defeated cross-town rival, and Class AA No.3 Sioux Falls Washington Warriors. This time, however, it was a sweep. Behind 10 kills from Mya Vandrovec, the Rough Riders defeated the Warriors 25-19, 25-23, 25-11 at S.F. Washington on Tuesday night.

Elizabeth Denevan also had 23 assists, while Tatum Wilson and Jasmine Greer posted eight kills each for the Rough Riders. Washington, who falls to 10-4 on the year, was led by Laura Petterson (7 kills), and Morgan Bischoff (20 assists). The Warriors will now travel to Huron on Thursday. Meanwhile, the Rough Riders will have little time to celebrate, as they now go on the road to take on Class AA No.1 Watertown in Watertown on Thursday.

S.F. ROOSEVELT (11-4) 25 25 25

S.F. WASHINGTON (10-4) 19 23 11

West Central 3, Canton 1

CANTON — The West Central Trojans defeated the Canton C-Hawks on Tuesday night in Canton.

Cassidy Siemens led the Trojans with 10 kills, while Brooke Opitz had 24 assists. The C-Hawks were led by Zada Jones with six kills, and Brenna Beyke with 11 assists, and four kills. Canton will host Tea Area on Thursday. Also on Thursday, West Central plays McCook Central/Montrose in Hartford.

WEST CENTRAL (3-8)       22  25  25  25

CANTON (2-11) 25  11  22  14

Monday

AC-DC 3, Menno 1

LAKE ANDES — Mackenzie Muckey helped lead the Andes Central-Dakota Christian Thunder to 25-10 25-15 24-26, 25-8 victory over the Menno Wolves in Lake Andes on Monday night.

Muckey finished the night with a match-high eight kills to go along with four ace serves. The Thunder were also led by Isabel Pheifer (6 kills), and Anna Medicine Horn (13 assists) while Jaiden Longe (8 ace serves), and Lexie VanderPol (7 kills) contributed to an excellent match for the Thunder.

The Wolves, 3-5, were led by Jesse Munkvold with 13 digs, and Trinity Kocourek with three kills.

MENNO (3-5) 10 15 26 8

AC/DC (6-8) 25 25 24 25

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