ATKINSON, Neb. — Crofton snapped a four-match losing streak with a 25-18, 21-25, 25-19, 25-9 volleyball victory at West Holt on Thursday night in Atkinson, Nebraska.

Danielle Steffen led Crofton with 17 digs, 14 kills and two blocks. Hannah Van Heek added 24 digs and nine kills.

No stats were provided for West Holt in the loss.

CROFTON (6-9) 25 21 25 25

WEST HOLT (2-16) 18 25 19 9

West Central 3, Vermillion 2

HARTFORD — Vermillion took West Central to five sets, but fell 14-25, 25-18, 21-25, 25-19, 10-15 in Class A volleyball action Thursday night.

Stats were not available for West Central.

For Vermillion, Toria Andre had 12 kills, three ace serves, and five blocks in the effort. Rachel Brady added seven kills and 23 digs. Lexi Saunders contributed 22 digs and 24 assists in the effort.

Vermillion drops to 4-12 on the season and host Dell Rapids Tuesday. West Central improves to 6-5 and play Sioux Valley in Volga Monday.

VERMILLION (4-12) 14 25 21 25 10

WEST CENTRAL (6-5) 25 18 25 19 15

Menno 3, Bon Homme 1

MENNO — Menno defeated Bon Homme 25-17, 25-16, 23-25, 25-19 on Thursday evening.

Haley Handel and Kiara Kusz combined for 24 kills to lead Menno. Handel added four digs and two blocks, while Kusz added seven digs, two aces and a block.

Emily Cap led Bon Homme with 12 digs, while Alexa Himes added 12 digs, seven kills and three assists.

Menno will host Canistota on Tuesday, while Bon Homme travels to Hanson on Monday.

MENNO (6-9) 25 25 23 25

BON HOMME (2-16) 17 16 25 19

Laurel-Concord-Coleridge 3, Creighton 1

LAUREL, Neb. — Laurel-Concord-Coleridge defeated Creighton 25-16, 23-25, 25-20, 25-17 in Nebraska Class C2 prep volleyball action Thursday night.

No stats were provided for Laurel-Concord-Coleridge.

Ashtyn Fritz led Creighton with 17 kills, 11 digs and three blocks. Kirsten Adams added 11 kills in the loss.

Laurel-Concord-Coleridge will host a triangular on Tuesday, while Creighton will voyage to Neligh-Oakdale on Tuesday, as well.

LAUREL-CONCORD-COL. (8-7) 25 23 25 25

CREIGHTON (7-8) 16 25 20 17

Irene-Wakonda 3, Centerville 0

CENTERVILLE — Irene-Wakonda swept Centerville 25-4, 25-8, 25-13 in Thursday night in Class B volleyball action.

Ashley Emmick tallied 18 digs and 12 ace serves in the win. Shannon Sokolowski had six kills, four blocks, three digs and an ace serve.

Morgan Bak added six kills, one block, three digs and two ace serves in the victory. Anna Orr tallied eight set assists and three ace serves.

For Centerville, Ellie Hunter had a kill and three blocks, while Haley Meyer added 11 digs and two kills.

Centerville drops to 0-11 on the season and will play in the Great Plains Conference Tournament in Scotland Saturday.

Irene-Wakonda improves to 7-11 this season and plays Gayville-Volin in Wakonda Tuesday (Oct 2).

CENTERVILLE (0-11) 4 8 13

IRENE-WAKONDA (7-11) 25 25 25

Hartington-Newcastle 3, Plainview 0

PLAINVIEW, Neb. — Hartington-Newcastle defeated Plainview 25-15, 25-19, 25-23 on Thursday night.

Kayden Jueden led Hartington-Newcastle with 15 kills and nine digs. Willa Scoville added 26 digs and a kill, while Abbe Morten had nine kills.

No stats were available for Plainview.

Hartington-Newcastle will compete in a triangular at Laurel-Concord-Coleridge. Plainview will host O’Neil. Both contests will be on Tuesday.


PLAINVIEW (6-8) 15 19 23

Wynot 3, Homer 0

HOMER, Neb. — Shaelee Planer had 11 kills and two solo blocks to lead Wynot to a 25-9, 25-10, 25-20 sweep over Homer on Thursday night in Homer, Nebraska.

Edyn Sudbeck added five kills, 17 set assists and eight digs for Wynot (6-2), while Michaela Lange and Katelyn Heine both had two ace serves.

No stats were reported for Homer (4-17).

Wynot hosts Randolph on Monday and Homer hosts Whiting (Iowa) next Tuesday.

WYNOT (6-2) 25 25 25

HOMER (4-17) 9 10 20

S.F. Christian 3, Elk Point-Jefferson 0

ELK POINT — Perennial Class A powerhouse Sioux Falls Christian swept Elk Point-Jefferson 25-15, 25-20, 25-13 on Thursday night in Elk Point. The loss ended EPJ’s nine-match winning streak.

Sioux Falls Christian (17-7) got 18 kills and two ace serves from Kylee VanEgdom, seven kills apiece from Caitlin Pruis and Tess Harmelink, and 33 set assists from Kelsi Heard.

In the loss for EPJ (19-3), Carlie Corder had six kills, Karly Marx posted five kills, seven digs and 16 set assists, Katelyn Chytka had nine digs, and Ally Nearman added five kills.

S.F. Christian hosts Canton next Tuesday and EPJ hosts Tri-Valley next Thursday.

S.F. CHRISTIAN (17-7) 25 25 25

ELK POINT-JEFFERSON (19-3) 15 20 13

Wakefield-Allen 3, Osmond 0

WAKEFIELD, Neb. — Wakefield-Allen earned their fifth victory in six matches against Osmond on Thursday by the scores of 25-16, 25-17, 25-13.

Haley Stapleton led Wakefield-Allen with 10 kills and digs. Jamie Dolph contributed 11 digs, seven kills and an ace serve. Cassidy Thomas and Breanna Chase added 30 assists in the victory.

No stats were provided for Osmond in the loss.

Wakefield-Allen will host Ponca on Tuesday, while Osmond will host Elkhorn-Valley.

WAKEFIELD-ALLEN (8-10) 25 25 25

OSMOND (3-10) 16 17 13

Bridgewater-Emery 3, Alcester-Hudson 0

ALCESTER — Bridgewater-Emery rolled past Alcester-Hudson by the scores of 25-22, 25-7, 25-12 on Thursday night in South Dakota prep volleyball action.

Sara Kemner led Bridgewater-Emery with 12 digs and two kills. Abby Walth added five digs, five blocks and two kills. Avery Hongslo added eight digs in the victory.

No stats were available for Alcester-Hudson in the loss.

BRIDGEWATER-EMERY (10-5) 25 25 25

ALCESTER-HUDSON (6-11) 22 7 12

Parkston 3, Scotland 0

SCOTLAND — Parkston won their sixth match in a row with a 25-15, 25-16, 25-19 rout of Scotland on Thursday evening.

Maggie Baumgart and Breanna Walz combined for 15 kills. Walz added eight digs and four ace kills, while Izzy Hohm added 25 assists.

McKensie Sedlack led Scotland with 10 kills and five digs. Rylee Conrad added 23 assists, six digs and two blocks in the loss.

Parkston will travel to Platte-Geddes on Tuesday, while Scotland will host the Great Plains Conference tournament on Saturday.

PARKSTON (9-13) 25 25 25

SCOTLAND (1-12) 15 16 19

Cedar Catholic 3, Guardian Angels 0

WEST POINT, Neb. — Hartington Cedar Catholic swept Guardian Angels Central Catholic 25-17, 25-16, 25-23 in Mid-State Conference volleyball action on Thursday.

Jada Cattau had 14 kills and 17 digs, and Maddie Wieseler had nine kills, 16 assists, 14 digs and two blocks to lead Cedar Catholic. Abby Hochstein finished with seven kills and two ace serves. Aiden Wortmann posted 13 assists and 11 digs. Brianna Miller had six ace serves, Kenlee Goeden had three blocks and Megan Heimes added 12 digs in the victory.

No statistics were reported for Guardian Angels (7-7), which hosts Battle Creek on Tuesday.

Cedar Catholic, 18-3, travels to Ponca on Thursday, Oct. 4.

HART. CEDAR CATHOLIC (18-3)   25  25  25

GUARDIAN ANGELS CC (7-7)       17  16  23

Dakota Valley Tri.

Dakota Valley 3, Ponca 0

NORTH SIOUX CITY — Sophia Atchison and Rachel Rosenquist combined 19 kills to lead Dakota Valley past Ponca 25-16, 25-22, 25-17 during a triangular on Thursday at North Sioux City.

Atchison had 10 kills and Rosenquist posted nine kills for Dakota Valley. Ally Beresford finished with 42 assists and two ace serves. Jensyn Younger had 12 digs, Natalie Steffen had 10 digs and Rachel Wente added two ace serves in the win.

Morgan Nelson had 15 assists and Kaci Daly had 18 digs for Ponca. Josie Reid added 11 digs.

Dakota Valley, 12-6, travels to Dell Rapids on Monday. Ponca, 12-7, travels to Wakefield-Allen on Tuesday.

PONCA (12-7)    16  22  17

DAKOTA VALLEY (12-6)  25  25  25

Pierce 3, Dakota Valley 1

NORTH SIOUX CITY — The Pierce Bluejays completed a 2-0 run in the Dakota Valley volleyball triangular with a 25-23, 16-25, 25-23, 25-23 victory over the host Panthers on Thursday.

Earlier in the day, Pierce downed Ponca 25-18, 14-25, 25-23.

Maggie Brahmer had 18 kills, six blocks, six ace serves and nine digs for Pierce. Kayla Simmons had 15 assists. Kenzie Moler had 25 digs and Katrina Meier had five ace serves in the win.

Rachel Wente had 11 kills and Sophia Atchison had 10 kills to lead Dakota Valley. Ally Beresford posted 45 assists, 11 digs and seven ace serves. Sam Archer had four ace serves. Natalie Steffen and Jensen Younger each had 11 digs. Rachel Rosenquist added eight kills in the effort.

Pierce, 12-7, travels to Wayne for a triangular with the Blue Devils and Boone Central-Newman Grove on Tuesday.

DAKOTA VALLEY (12-6)  23  25  23  23

PIERCE (12-7)     25  16  25  25

Other Matches

Lennox 3, Dell Rapids 1

LENNOX — Lennox won their fifth match out of six with a 26-24, 21-25, 25-18, 25-19 rout of fourth-ranked Dell Rapids on Thursday.

The trio Riley Peters, Riana Fillipi and Maddie Vlastin combined for 36 kills. Jenna Brens added 21 digs, while Peters added 18 digs and nine aces.

Maria Jackson led Dell Rapids with 11 kills, while Mallory Haak added 22 digs.

Lennox will host Dakota Valley on Thursday, while Dell Rapids will host Dakota Valley, as well.

LENNOX (10-8) 26 21 25 25

DELL RAPIDS (12-7) 24 25 18 19

Tea Area 3, Canton 1

CANTON — Tea Area took three of four sets in Canton 25-20, 25-23, 18-25, 25-11 in Thursday night volleyball action.

Brianna Pfeifer led Tea Area with three ace serves. Brooklyn Willemssen had 14 kills and two blocks in the victory.

Megan Stadtfeld contributed 39 assists, while Jayda Verhey tallied 22 digs in the win. Heather Lafave added 11 kills.

For Canton, Mason Tieszen had four ace serves in the effort. Brenna Frick had six kills and four blocks. Zada Jones added seven kills and four blocks.

Canton drops to 4-10 on the season and travels to Sioux Falls Christian Tuesday.

Tea Area improves to 7-10 and host Madison Tuesday.

CANTON (4-10) 20 23 25 11

TEA AREA (7-10) 25 25 18 25

Sturgis 3, Douglas 0

STURGIS – Sturgis defeated Douglas 26-24, 31-29, 27-25 in a west river showdown on Thursday night.

Emily Gray and Sara Janz led Sturgis with nine kills each, while Cassidy Jorgensen added 12 digs.

Jeslyn Jindra led Douglas with 10 digs, while Sierra Kolve added 15 assists.

Sturgis will travel to Spearfish on Tuesday, while Douglas is at Rapid City Central.

STURGIS (7-13) 26 31 27

DOUGLAS (4-13) 24 29 25

McCook Central-Montrose 3, Tri-Valley 1

COLTON — McCook Central-Montrose took three of four sets against Tri-Valley 25-9, 23-25, 25-9, 25-20 in Thursday night Class A volleyball action.

McKenna Kranz had 14 digs in the victory. Aleah Ries added 13 digs and nine kills. Emily Bies tallied four ace serves and 41 assists in the win.

For Tri-Valley, Bailey Brooks had 15 digs. Grace Suttle and Kaitlyn Mohnen had nine digs each. Abbie Weinacht had five kills, while Erika Langloss tallied 21 assists.

Tri-Valley drops to 7-8 on the season and travels to Wagner for a Saturday matchup.

McCook Central-Montrose improves to 15-13 and play in Baltic Monday.

TRI-VALLEY (7-8) 9 25 9 20

MCCOOK CENTRAL-MONT. (15-13) 25 23 25 25

Madison 3, Hamlin 1

MADISON — Madison earned its third straight victory by taking three of four sets from region foe Hamlin 25-14, 24-26, 25-12, 25-8 in Class A Thursday night volleyball action.

Kendra Leighton had 18 kills in the win. Sophia VandenBosch tallied 10 kills, five ace serves and nine digs in the victory.

Morgan Anderson had 21 digs and 10 set assists, while Maddie Gerry had four ace serves for Madison.

For Hamlin, Brynn Alfson tallied seven kills and two blocks in the effort. Logan Keszler added three ace serves and 14 set assists.

Hamlin drops to 12-7 on the year and faces Sioux Valley Tuesday in Hayti.

Madison improves to 14-8 this season and travel to face Tea Area Tuesday.

HAMLIN (12-7) 14 26 12 8

MADISON (14-8) 25 24 25 25

Dell Rapids St. Mary 3, Oldham-Ramona-Rutland 1

DELL RAPIDS — Dell Rapids St. Mary rolled past Oldham-Ramona-Rutland 25-15, 20-25, 25-22, 25-23 on Thursday evening.

Maddie Schwebach led DRSM with 10 kills, five digs and three aces. Macie Brown added 14 digs in the victory.

Ryne Aschmeyer led ORR with 19 digs and three ace serves. Avery Hyland and Khloe Tyman combined for 13 kills in the loss.

DRSM will host Deubrook Area on Tuesday, while ORR will host James Valley Christian.

DELL RAPIDS-ST. MARY (7-6) 25 20 25 25

OLDHAM-RAM.-RUT. (1-12) 15 25 22 23

Washington 3, Roosevelt 1

SIOUX FALLS — Sioux Falls Washington continued their winning ways with a defeat of intercity rival Sioux Falls Roosevelt by the scores of 21-25, 25-19, 25-20, 25-16.

Lily Bartling and Phekran Kong led Washington with 30 combined kills. Peyton Rymerson added 33 digs, while Aspen Langley had 38 assists.

There were no statistics available for Roosevelt.

Washington will travel to Aberdeen on Tuesday, while Roosevelt will host Watertown.

S.F. WASHINGTON (13-2) 21 25 25 25

S.F. ROOSEVELT (8-7) 25 19 20 16


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