ALCESTER — In a five-set high school volleyball battle in Alcester on Tuesday night, the Alcester-Hudson Cubs prevailed over the Baltic Lady Bulldogs 25-19, 25-21, 12-25, 26-28, 15-8.

Alyssa Keiser had a standout performance on the defensive end for the Cubs with 44 digs. Elizabeth Hallaway also helped Keiser on defense with nine digs, while Bailey Petterson added 15 digs to go along with her match-high 27 assists. Offensively for Alcester-Hudson, Roni Rhead had 14 kills, Hallaway had 10 kills, and Emily VanderFeen had seven kills. Rhead and VanderFeen also dominated the net with a combined seven and a half blocks.

For the Lady Bulldogs, Elyssa Clark had 13 kills and 25 digs on the night while Shelby Dosch had nine kills to go along with 15 assists, and 14 digs. Amber Hartman added another 21 assists for the Lady Bulldogs while contributing 13 digs.

The Lady Bulldogs will now get ready to face Viborg-Hurley in Baltic on Thursday. The Cubs will travel next Tuesday to Wakonda to play the Irene-Wakonda Eagles.

BALTIC (7-9) 19 21 25 28 8

ALCESTER-HUDSON (8-14) 25 25 12 26 15

Parkston 3, Platte-Geddes 1

PARKSTON — Maggie Baumgart recorded 11 kills and 12 digs, while Amber Albrecht had 10 kills and 18 digs to lead Parkston past Platte-Geddes 26-24, 16-25, 25-19, 25-16 in volleyball action Tuesday in Parkston.

Tiah Holzbauer tallied eight kills and 28 digs for Parkston, while Izzy Hohn had 23 set assists.

For Platte-Geddes, Karly VanDerWerff had 14 kills and 19 digs, Regan Hoffman had 12 kills and 29 digs, and Cadence VanZee added 11 kills. Avery DeVries posted 25 set assists.

PLATTE-GEDDES 24 25 19 16

PARKSTON 26 16 25 25

Burke 3, Avon 1

BONESTEEL – After losing the first set, the Burke Lady Cougars rallied back to defeat the Avon Lady Pirates, 20-25, 25-16, 27-25, 25-16 in Bonesteel on Tuesday night.

Taylee Indahl led Burke with 20 kills, while Lainee Schonebaum also had 17 kills for the Lady Cougars. Indahl would also finish the night with 21 digs, while Schonebaum had 16 digs. Bobbi Jo Wischmann would also contribute with 10 assists on the night.

Burke will travel to Corsica to face Corsica-Stickney. Avon will also travel on Thursday, as they go to Emery to face Bridgewater-Emery.

AVON (12-7)      25  16  25  16

BURKE (19-4)     20  25  27  25

Gayville-Volin 3, Irene-Wakonda 0

GAYVILLE — The Gayville-Volin Raiders swept the Irene-Wakonda Eagles 25-15, 25-21, 25-20 in Gayville on Thursday night.

Keeley Larson posted 38 assists to lead the Raiders to their 18th win of the year. Kayla VanOsdel had 14 kills and Samantha Olson had 10 kills on the night. Defensively for the Raiders, Molly Larson finished the game with a match-high 29 digs.

The Eagles will host Alcester-Hudson in Wakonda on Oct.15. The Raiders, meanwhile, will travel on Thursday to face Menno in Menno.

IRENE-WAKONDA (7-13) 15 21 20

GAYVILLE-VOLIN (18-4) 25 25 25

Freeman 3, Bon Homme 0

TYNDALL — In Tyndall on Tuesday night, the Freeman Flyers swept the Bon Homme Cavaliers 25-15, 25-16, 25-16.

Emily Miller (15 kills) and Rijjy Peterson (11 kills) finished will double-digit kills, while Odalite Pankratz had nine kills for Freeman. Emmarie Edwards also finished with 33 assists for the Flyers.

In the loss for Bon Homme (3-19), McKenzie Carson had five kills, Jenae Alberts posted four kills and six digs, Ciera Himes had four kills and Abby Crites recorded 10 digs.

Next Tuesday, Freeman visits Oldham-Ramona-Rutland and Bon Homme visits Scotland.

FREEMAN (14-5) 25 25 25

BON HOMME (3-19) 15 16 16

Wagner 3, Scotland 0

WAGNER — Abby Brunsing recorded 12 kills to help Wagner sweep Scotland 25-7, 25-8, 25-15 on Tuesday night in Wagner.

Lizzie Tyler added seven kills and 17 digs for Wagner (14-4), while Maesa Dvorak had seven kills, and Emilea Cimpl posted 28 set assists and 15 digs. Kayli Kocer tallied two blocks.

For Scotland (7-7), Bella Vitek and Delanie VanDriel both had three kills, Rylee Conrad had 10 set assists, and Audrey Sayler and Kennedy Bietz both had 11 digs.

On Saturday, Wagner will play in the Chester Challenge and Scotland will play in Gayville.

SCOTLAND (7-7) 7 8 15

WAGNER (14-4) 25 25 25

Beresford 3, Flandreau 0

BERESFORD — Becca Tiedeman’s seven kills helped Beresford sweep Flandreau 25-16, 25-18, 25-19 on Tuesday night in Beresford.

Jaycee Fischer added six kills, three blocks, seven digs and four ace serves for Beresford (14-9), while Summer Roelke had five kills and three blocks. Kylie Dressen keyed the offense with 16 set assists, while Jordyn Fischer had 15 set assists.

For Flandreau (5-14), Hannah Parsley recorded eight kills and eight digs, Shalyn Peters had 11 set assists and Madison Kontz posted 13 digs.

Beresford visits Alcester-Hudson on Thursday.

FLANDREAU (5-14) 16 18 19

BERESFORD (14-9) 25 25 25

Walthill Tri.

Wynot 2, Walthill 0

WALTHILL, Neb. — The Class D2 No. 1 Wynot Blue Devils swept the host Walthill Blujays 25-14, 25-6 in the first match of the Walthill Triangular on Tuesday night.

Karley Heimes led the way for Wynot with nine kills, while Kaitlyn Heimes had six kills. From the serving line, Katelyn Heine finished the match with nine ace serves.

WYNOT (15-1) 25 25

WALTHILL (5-10) 14 6

Wynot 2, Em.-Hubb. 0

WALTHILL, Neb. — Wynot won its 16th game of the season on Tuesday night, when the Blue Devils defeated Emerson-Hubbard 25-12, 25-13 at the Walthill Triangular.

Whitney Hochstein posted six kills to lead the Wynot offense, while Edyn Sudbeck contributed with 10 assists. Katelyn Heine also finished with seven ace serves. Heine finished the night in Walthill with 16 ace serves in Wynot’s two matches.

Wynot will now travel to the Wisner Tournament on Saturday to face Neligh-Oakdale. Emerson-Hubbard will host Homer on Thursday.

WYNOT (16-1) 25 25

EMERSON-HUBBARD (0-16) 12 13

Other Matches

Hartington-Newcastle 3, Randolph 0

HARTINGTON, Neb. — Abbe Morten was credited with 19 kills and two ace serves to help Hartington-Newcastle sweep Randolph 25-20, 25-16, 25-23 on Tuesday night in Hartington, Nebraska.

Kayden Jueden added 15 kills in the win, while Brianna Hopping had 35 set assists for Hartington-Newcastle (11-6).

No stats were reported for Randolph (6-16).

Hartington-Newcastle will host Laurel-Concord-Coleridge on Thursday.

RANDOLPH (6-16) 20 16 23

HARTINGTON-NEW. (11-6) 25 25 25

Hanson 3, Centerville 0

ALEXANDRIA — The Hanson Beaverettes swept the Centerville Tornadoes 25-12, 25-13, 25-18 in Alexandria on Tuesday.

Elizabeth Arend (7 kills) and Abby Kortan (18 assists) lead the way for the Beaverettes, while Hanna Robinson added 12 digs. For the Tornadoes, Ellie Hunter had five kills to go along with a match-high 14 digs. Sophie Eide also had five ace serves for Centerville.

Hanson will travel to Mitchell for their next match against Mitchell Christian on Thursday. Also on Thursday, Centerville will face Scotland in Scotland.

CENTERVILLE (2-14) 12 13 18

HANSON (7-14) 25 25 25

Parker 3, Lennox 0

LENNOX — Brooke Berens recorded seven kills and six blocks as Parker swept Lennox 25-20, 25-18, 25-19 on Tuesday night in Lennox.

Shelby Lang added seven kills, and Cierra Mohr recorded 15 set assists and 10 digs for Parker (17-6). Breana Jensen led the defense with 18 digs.

For Lennox (9-10), Madysen Vlastuin posted 10 kills and 22 digs, while Rianna Fillipi had nine kills and Isabel Ihnen had 16 digs.

Both teams will compete at the Chester Challenge on Saturday.

PARKER (17-6) 25 25 25

LENNOX (9-10) 20 18 19

Neligh-Oakdale 3, Creighton 0

CREIGHTON, Neb. — Neligh-Oakdale has now won seven of their last eight matches, their most recent on Tuesday night over Creighton 25-14, 25-11, 25-13 in Creighton.

Sierra Nielsen finished the night with a team-high 10 kills and nine digs for Creighton. Maycee Zimmerer also added three kills for Creighton. Neligh-Oakdale will face Summerland at home on Thursday. Creighton will travel on Thursday to Wakefield-Allen.

NELIGH-OAKDALE (11-6) 25 25 25

CREIGHTON (3-13) 14 11 13

S.F. Christian 3, Canton 0

CANTON — The defending Class A State Champion Sioux Falls Christian Chargers swept the Canton C-Hawks 25-6, 25-12, 25-16 in Canton on Tuesday night.

Brooklyn Pater led the Chargers with 10 kills, while teammate Abby Glanzer added eight kills, and nine digs. Kelsi Heard also posted 26 assists for Sioux Falls Christian, who won their six straight win on Tuesday. The C-Hawks were led by Brenna Beyke with 10 assists.

The Chargers will host Southwest Minnesota Christian on Thursday. Canton, meanwhile, will travel to Garretson on Thursday.

Madison 3, Tea Area 0

MADISON — The Madison Lady Bulldogs won their fifth match in a row on Tuesday night, when they swept the Tea Area Lady Titans 25-21, 25-15, 25-21 on Tuesday.

Sophia VandenBosch led the way for the Lady Bulldogs with 11 kills. Grace Nelson also posted 15 assists and eight kills for Madison, while Kylie Krusemark added 13 assists. Defensively, Morgan Anderson had 20 digs, while Abby Brooks finished the night with four blocks.

The Lady Titans were led by Cassidy Gors with 19 digs. Desirae Patzwald added 13 digs and three kills for Tea Area. The Lady Titans will travel to Beresford next Tuesday. Madison will host Dakota Valley on Thursday.

TEA AREA (9-9) 21 15 21

MADISON (14-6) 25 25 25

Miller 3, MVP 0

MILLER — The Miller Rustlers won their 12th match in a row on Tuesday night, sweeping the Mt. Vernon/Plankinton Titans 25-21, 25-12, 27-25 in Miller.

Rachel Olligmueller led the Rustlers offense with 40 assists, while Kadye Fernholz had a match-high 18 kills and VonnaGail Schlechter had 10 kills. Schlechter also finished with a match-high 17 with Storm Johnsen also adding 16 digs to the Miller defense. Miller will play in the STMA Fall Classic on Saturday and Sunday in Albertville, Minnesota. The Titans will travel to Chamberlain on Thursday.

MT. VERNON/PLANKINGTON (10-6) 21 12 25

MILLER (15-1) 25 25 27

S.F. Washington 3, Aberdeen Central 0

SIOUX FALLS – The Sioux Falls Washington Warriors swept the Aberdeen Central Golden Eagles 27-25, 25-20, 25-18 in Sioux Falls on Tuesday night.

Louisville commit Phekran Kong led the Warriors with 13 kills and four blocks, while Laura Petterson contributed with 11 kills and 15 digs. Morgan Bischoff also had 38 assists, while Gabby Reck finished with a match-high 26 digs.

For the Golden Eagles, Brooklyn Kusler had 11 kills, while Grace Myhre led the offense with 20 assists. Kayleigh Fauth also contributed with 19 digs. Both teams will travel to Fargo, North Dakota Saturday to take part in a two-day tournament. Aberdeen Central’s first match will be against Valley City. S.F. Washington, meanwhile, will face West Fargo Sheyenne.

ABERDEEN CENTRAL (8-5) 25 20 18

S.F. WASHINGTON (11-5) 27 25 25

Harrisburg 3, Brandon Valley 0

HARRISBURG — Abby Meister finished with 12 kills, and 14 digs to lead the Harrisburg Tigers in their sweep of the Brandon Valley Lynx 25-5, 26-24, 25-21 in Harrisburg on Tuesday night.

Reese Jansa also finished with 19 assists for the Tigers, while Mercedes Covrig had 15 assists. For the Lynx, Bella Steffel had five kills to lead the offense. Avery Myers also finished with 10 assists for Brandon Valley, while Ella Simonson had 15 digs.

Both teams’ next matches will be on Oct.15. Harrisburg will travel to Huron, while Brandon Valley will host Brookings.

BRANDON VALLEY (8-6) 5 24 21

HARRISBURG (7-5) 25 26 25

Chester Area 3, Tri-Valley 1

CHESTER — The Tri-Valley Mustangs took an early set from the Chester Area Flyers on Tuesday night, however, it was not enough, as the Flyers defeated the Mustangs 25-17, 25-27, 25-16, 25-10 in Chester.

Makenna Larson posted 13 kills while teammate Jayda Kenyon added 12 kills. Kenna Brown handed out 30 assists on the night, along with having 17 digs. Larson also had an excellent night defensively, finishing with 36 digs.

Grace Schildhauer finished the match with 36 assists, while connecting with Blayne Gacke for 12 kills, and Abbie Weinacht for nine kills. Emma Keith also posted 13 digs. The Mustangs will host Elk Point-Jefferson on Thursday. The Flyers will host the Chester Challenge on Saturday.

TRI-VALLEY (8-10) 17 27 16 10

CHESTER AREA (16-7) 25 25 25 25

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