Larson Notches 1,000th Career Dig

Gayville-Volin sophomore Molly Larson (right) poses with head coach Amy Westrum after Tuesday’s 3-2 victory over Scotland in Scotland. Larson recorded her 1,000th career dig in the match.

SCOTLAND — Gayville-Volin sophomore Molly Larson eclipsed 1,000 career digs as the Raiders rallied past Scotland 23-25, 23-25, 25-20, 25-22, 15-12 in high school volleyball action Tuesday in Scotland.

Larson recorded 22 digs for the unbeaten Raiders (6-0), while Jadyn Hubbard had 11 kills and 13 digs, and Samantha Olson added 11 kills. Lily Hunsley posted nine kills, Keeley Larson had 38 set assists and five ace serves, and Olivia Petrik led the defense with 28 digs.

In the loss for Scotland (2-2), Bella Vitek posted 16 kills and three blocks, while Delanie VanDriel had nine kills and 22 digs. Grace Fryda added seven kills, Rylee Conrad had 39 set assists and Kennedy Bietz had 32 digs.

On Thursday, Gayville-Volin visits Freeman and Scotland hosts Freeman Academy-Marion.

GAYVILLE-VOLIN (6-0) 23 23 25 25 15

SCOTLAND (2-2) 25 25 20 22 12

Cedar Catholic 3, Crofton 2

CROFTON, Neb. — In a five-set thriller, Hartington Cedar Catholic defeated Crofton 26-24, 25-27, 22-25, 25-20, 16-14 in volleyball action Thursday night in Crofton, Nebraska.

Crofton was led by Jayden Jordan with 11 kills, while Taylor Schieffer had 37 assists. Defensively, Alexis Folkers had 36 digs, while Kaley Einrem had four blocks.

Hartington Cedar Catholic will play on Thursday in the Wakefield Tournament. Crofton will play again on Thursday in O’Neill.

CEDAR CATHOLIC (4-3) 26 25 22 25 16

CROFTON (2-2) 24 27 25 20 14

Hartington-Newcastle 3, Wausa 1

WAUSA, Neb. — The Hartington-Newcastle Lady Wildcats defeated the Wausa Vikings in four sets (25-18, 25-14, 20-25, 25-15) on Thursday night in Wausa, Nebraska.

Abbe Morten had 16 kills, and 10 digs, while Kayden Jueden had 15 kills for the Lady Wildcats. Brianna Hopping also had 24 assists on the night. Hartington-Newcastle will play at the Creighton Tournament on Thursday.

Wausa was led by Morgan Kleinschmit with eight kills, while Esther Nelson had five blocks. The Vikings will play again at home against Bloomfield on Thursday.

HARTINGTON-NEW. (3-4) 25 25 20 25

WAUSA (1-4) 18 14 25 15

Creighton 3, Plainview 2

PLAINVIEW, Neb. — Creighton defeated Plainview 18-25, 25-20, 24-26, 25-21, 15-8 in Plainview, Nebraska on Tuesday night.

Creighton was led by Maycee Zimmerer with eight kills, while Charlize Wilmes had six blocks.

On Thursday, Creighton will play at home against Stuart and Plainview will host the Plainview Invitational.

CREIGHTON (2-2) 18 25 24 25 15

PLAINVIEW (1-5) 25 20 26 21 8

Santee 3, Marty 2

SANTEE, Neb. – Santee defeated Marty 25-18, 18-25, 14-25, 25-22, 15-9 in Santee on Thursday night.

Santee was led by Hannah Sheridan with seven kills.

Santee will play again today (Thursday) at home, hosting Omaha Nation and Spalding Academy in a triangular. Marty will play against St. Francis Indian today in St. Francis.

MARTY (0-2)       18  25  25  22  9

SANTEE (1-2)      25  8  14  25  15

Ponca 3, Randolph 0

RANDOLPH, Neb. — Ponca swept past Randolph 25-15, 25-20, 25-10 in Lewis & Clark Conference volleyball action on Tuesday.

No statistics were reported for Ponca (4-1), which begins play in the Wakefield tournament today (Thursday).

Keely Pinkelman and Kayla Nordhues each had five kills, with Nordhues recording six digs, for Randolph. Jaiden Taylor posted three blocks. Abby Schmit posted 11 assists, with Ariel Fye posting six assists for the Cardinals.

Randolph travels to Osmond today to face Osmond and Emerson-Hubbard.

PONCA (4-1)      25  25  25

RANDOLPH (1-6)              15  20  10

Parkston 3, AC-DC 0

CORSICA — Parkston outlasted Andes Central-Dakota Christian 25-12, 25-17, 25-13 in prep volleyball on Tuesday.

No statistics were reported for Parkston (5-4), which is off until a trip to Corsica-Stickney on Sept. 17.

Mackenzie Muckey had seven kills and three assisted blocks to lead AC-DC. Anna Medicine Horn posted 10 assists. Isabel Pheifer had four ace serves and 12 digs. Lexie VanderPol had five kills and Melanie Mudder added 11 digs for the Thunder.

AC-DC travels to Platte-Geddes on Monday.

PARKSTON (5-4)               25  25  25

AC-DC (2-4)        12  17  13

Canistota 3, Viborg-Hurley 0

VIBORG — Canistota swept Viborg-Hurley 25-17, 25-21, 25-12 in Cornbelt Conference volleyball action on Tuesday.

Skylar Bultje had 10 kills and two blocks to lead Canistota (4-4). Mykkah Krinke had six assists. Hannah Parry posted four assists and six digs. Desiree Pierce had eight digs and Lexi Tieszen added six digs in the victory.

Sydney Voss led Viborg-Hurley with 11 kills and eight digs. Coral Mason posted seven kills and 12 digs. Rachel Christensen had 14 assists, NeVaeh Ronke had eight digs, and Katie Johansen had six assists and six digs for the Cougars.

Canistota hosts Dell Rapids St. Mary today (Thursday). Viborg-Hurley crosses the border to face Wynot, Nebraska today.

Canistota won the JV match 25-13, 25-22.

CANISTOTA (4-4)              25  25  25

VIBORG-HURLEY (2-5)    17  21  12

Freeman 3, Centerville 0

FREEMAN — Emily Miller finished with 14 kills as the Freeman Flyers swept Centerville 25-11, 25-6, 27-25 on Tuesday night in Freeman.

Cara Maske keyed the offensive attack with 14 set assists, while Rijjy Peterson had seven digs and Miller chipped in with three ace serves.

For Centerville (0-3), Ellie Hunter had three kills, Bailey Hansen had six set assists, Sophie Eide recorded 10 digs and Haley Meyer had four ace serves.

On Thursday, Freeman (5-1) hosts Gayville-Volin and Centerville hosts Flandreau Indian.

CENTERVILLE (0-3) 11 6 25

FREEMAN (5-1) 25 25 27

Vermillion 3, Bon Homme 0

VERMILLION — The Vermillion Tanagers moved to 7-2 on the season with a sweep of Bon Homme on Tuesday night in Vermillion. Set scores were not reported.

Toria Andre recorded nine kills and two blocks for Vermillion, while Emily Stockwell and Sydney Stockwell both had four kills. Shandie Ludwig had 12 digs and four ace serves, while Kennedy Pratt posted 11 set assists, and Lexi Saunders had 10 set assists and four ace serves.

Bon Homme (1-4) got three kills and five digs from Jenae Alberts, two kills and three digs from Makayla Kelley, and five digs from Johanna Jelsma.

On Thursday, Vermillion plays Tri-Valley in Colton and Bon Homme hosts Platte-Geddes in Tyndall.

Wagner 3, Platte-Geddes 0

PLATTE — Abby Brunsing’s eight kills and 13 digs propelled Wagner to a 25-14, 25-15, 25-14 sweep of Platte-Geddes on Tuesday night in Platte.

Maesa Dvorak had nine kills for Wagner (5-2), while Emilea Cimpl had 12 digs and 27 set assists.

No stats were available for Platte-Geddes (4-2).

On Thursday, Wagner hosts Gregory and Platte-Geddes visits Bon Homme in Tyndall.

WAGNER (5-2) 25 25 25

PLATTE-GEDDES (4-2) 14 15 14

Dakota Valley 3, Beresford 0

NORTH SIOUX CITY — Jorja VanDenHul led the Dakota Valley Panthers with 12 kills, as they swept their way to a victory over Beresford Watchdogs 25-22, 25-16, 25-15 on Tuesday night in North Sioux City.

The Panthers were also led by Ally Beresford with 28 set assists and eight kills, while Sam Archer had 27 digs and Taylor Wilshire added 26 digs.

Meanwhile, the Watchdogs were led by Kylie Dressen with 13 digs. Jordan Fischer added 10 digs and six set assists, while Jessica Niles had three blocks.

On Thursday, Beresford plays Sioux Valley in Volga, while Dakota Valley will compete in the LeMars (Iowa) Invite on Saturday.

BERESFORD (3-1) 22 16 15

DAKOTA VALLEY (4-0) 25 25 25

Wynot 3, Winside 0

WINSIDE, Neb. — Wynot moved to 5-0 on the year as the Blue Devils swept Winside 26-24, 25-22, 25-19 on Thursday night in Winside, Nebraska.

Wynot was led by Karley Heimes with 11 kills, while Whitney Hochstein had nine kills. Defensively for Wynot, Noelle Wieseler had 26 digs, while Michaela Lange had 14 digs.

Wynot will play next against Viborg-Hurley at home on Thursday. Winside will play again as the hosts of a triangular with Homer and Osmond next Tuesday.

WYNOT (5-0) 26 25 25

WINSIDE (6-3) 24 22 19

Bridgewater-Emery 3, Menno 0

EMERY — Kennedee Weber and Haley Schulz both recorded eight kills as Bridgewater-Emery swept Menno 25-11, 25-12, 25-17 on Tuesday night in Emery.

Taylor Schallenkamp and Julia Weber each added four kills for Bridgewater-Emery (3-1), while Sophia Potter recorded 21 set assists.

For Menno (2-2), Jesse Munkvold noted four kills, three blocks and three digs, while Carly Herrboldt had three kills and Kaylie Schempp had 13 digs.

Both teams return to action Thursday, with Bridgewater-Emery in Wakonda to play Irene-Wakonda and Menno will host Ethan.

MENNO (2-2) 11 12 17

BRIDGEWATER-EMERY (3-1) 25 25 25

Canistota 3, Viborg-Hurley 0

VIBORG — The Canistota Hawks swept the Viborg-Hurley Cougars 25-17, 25-21, 25-12 in Viborg on Tuesday night.

Skyler Bultje led the Hawks to their fourth win of the year with 10 kills on the night. Canistota will play again at home on Sept. 12 against Dell Rapids St.Mary’s.

Sydney Voss led Viborg-Hurley with 11 kills. The Cougars will travel to Wynot on Sept. 12.

CANISTOTA (4-4) 25 25 25

VIBORG-HURLEY (2-5) 17 21 12

Hanson 3, Howard 2

ALEXANDRIA — In a five-set match, Hanson defeated Howard 11-25, 22-25, 25-17, 25-18, 18-16 in Alexandria on Tuesday night.

Hanson was led by Morgan Huber (9 kills), and Abby Kortan (18 assists, 7 kills). Hanson will play again on Sept. 12 in Plankinton against Mount Vernon/Plankinton.

Emma Rudebusch led Howard with 51 assists, while Austyn Smit had 10 kills. Howard will play again at home against Elkton-Lake Benton on Sept. 12.

HANSON (3-3) 11 22 25 25 18

HOWARD (2-3) 25 25 17 18 16

Lennox 3, Tea Area 0

LENNOX — In Lennox on Thursday, the host Orioles defeated the Tea Area Lady Titans 25-14, 25-17, 25-22 in prep volleyball.

Lenox was led by Mara Hinker with a match-high seven kills. Hattie Breck had 17 assists, while Maddy Vlastuin had six kills for the Orioles. Lennox will play again against Madison at home on Sept. 12.

Meanwhile, Tea Area was led by Megan Stadtfeld with 14 assists. The Lady Titans will play again on Sept. 12, against the Dell Rapids Lady Quarriers in Tea.

TEA AREA (1-4) 14 17 22

LENNOX (4-3) 25 25 25

S.F. Christian 3, Madison 0

MADISON — The defending Class A state champion Sioux Falls Christian Chargers swept the Madison Lady Bulldogs 25-14, 25-15, 25-13 in Madison on Thursday night.

The Chargers were led by Abby Glanzer with 10 kills, and 12 digs, while Caitlyn Pruis had nine kills.

Sioux Falls Christian will play again in Hartford on Sept. 12, as they face the West Central Trojans. Madison will play again in Lennox on Sept. 12.

SIOUX FALLS CHRISTIAN (6-1) 25 25 25

MADISON (2-1) 14 15 13

O’Gorman 3, Huron 2

HURON — After trailing two sets, the O’Gorman Lady Knights won the last three sets to defeat the Huron Tigers 23-25, 23-25, 25-19, 25-12, 15-10 In Huron on Thursday night.

O’Gorman improves to 6-1, and will play Brookings on Sept. 12 in Brookings. Huron falls to 5-3, and will play in Harrisburg on Sept. 14

O’GORMAN (6-1) 23 23 25 25 15

HURON (5-3) 25 25 19 12 10

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