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Local Roundup: Warriors volleyball win three of four at invite

WILLMAR — The Ridgewater volleyball team won twice on Saturday and took three of its four matches at the Ridgewater Invitational.

The Warriors defeated DuPage 3-0 and the Jamestown junior varsity 3-1.

"For the weekend, we made significant improvements from how we played our first match of the tournament to the end," said Warriors head coach Joe Sussenguth. "Our last match against Jamestown was the first match all season that we truly found a higher competitive level of play, one that we've had the potential to reach."

Against Jamestown, Cami Sletta finished with 13 kills and she also served three aces. Kiana Johnson had 11 kills, Katelyn Dingmann had eight kills and three service aces. Jessica Lemke had 37 set assists.

Against DuPage, Ashley Froelich led the Warriors with seven kills, Dingmann had six kills and served four aces and Sletta had five kills. Lemke and Sarah Sulflow combined for 28 set assists.

"My goal is that (reaching potential) is our new standard and that we made individual investments to refine our craft, by position and to maintain a high level of competition in both practice and matches," Sussenguth said.

Ridgewater Invitational

Ridgewater 3, DuPage 0

DuPage 22 16 13

Ridgewater 25 25 25

DuPage

Serving (aces): Kathe Paulius 1, Nikki Pategan 1, Kelly Conley 1, Maddy Debbs 1 ... Set assists: Paulius 18 ... Hitting (kills): Conley 6, Rachel Chorney 5 ... Blocking (aces): Mackenzie Moss 2 ... Digs (10 or more): Paulius 10, Conley 12

Ridgewater

Serving (aces): Heidi Sellmann 2, Katelyn Dingmann 4, Kiana Johnson 1, Cami Sletta 3 ... Set assists: Sarah Sulflow 12, Jessica Lemke 16 ... Hitting (kills): Staci Banks 1, Jessica Lemke 3, Sellmann 4, Dingmann 6, Ashley Froelich 7, Johnson 3, Sletta 5, Kallee Anderson 2, Ashley Vealetzek 2 ... Blocking (aces): Hannah Gallagher 1, Froelich 1, Anderson 2 ... Digs (5 or more): Jamie Goblirsch 17, Sadie Pingel 6, Lemke 7, Brennah Bergh 5

Ridgewater 3, JJV 1

Jamestown JV 25 18 19 21

Ridgewater 21 25 25 25

Jamestown JV

Statistics not available

Ridgewater

Serving (aces): Heidi Sellmann 3, Katelyn Dingmann 3 ... Set assists: Jessica Lemke 37 ... Hitting (kills): Lemke 1, Sellmann 3, Dingmann 8, Ashley Froelich 2, Kiana Johnson 11, Cami Sletta 13, Kallee Anderson 7 ... Blocking (aces): Sellmann 3, Johnson 1, Sletta 2, Anderson 2 ... Digs (5 or more): Jamie Goblirsch 25, Sadie Pingel 7, Lemke 7, Johnson 9, Sletta 6

Prep Volleyball

Minnewaska Invite

GLENWOOD — Perham won all four of its matches, including a victory over New London-Spicer in the championship match, at the Minnewaska Invitational on Saturday.

Kittson Central defeated Benson for third place and Minnewaska lost to Brandon-Evansville in the fifth-place match.

Team scores

Pool A

Perham def. Benson 25-16, 25-15; Brandon-Evansville def. Ortonville 25-18, 25-21; Benson def. Ortonville 25-22, 24-26; Perham def. Brandon-Evansville 25-8, 25-11; Benson def. Brandon-Evansville 25-16, 23-25; Perham def. Ortonville 25-14 25-10.

Pool B

Minnewaska def. LPGE 25-16, 22-25; New London-Spicer def. Kittson Central 25-17, 28-26; Kittson def. Minnewaska 25-11, 25-14; NLS def. LPGE 25-11, 25-23; NLS def. Minnewaska 25-20, 25-23; Kittson def. LPGE 25-23, 25-12

Championship: Perham def. NLS 25-12, 25-16; Third-place: Kittson def. Benson 25-11,25-19; Fifth-place: BE def. Minnewaska 17-25, 25-19, 15-12; Seventh-place: LPGE def. Ortonville 25-17, 25-23

How Area Teams Fared

Minnewaska

Serving (aces): Ellie Danielson 3, Kelsey Johnson 5, Emma Thorfinnson 1, Madisen Hall 2, Sara Geiser 2, Alexis Piekarski 1 ... Set assists: Johnson 38, Geiser 20 ... Hitting (kills): Sierra Lindemann 2, Danielson 22, Jessica Lanoue 1, Thorfinnson 20, Hall 1, Geiser 8, Piekarski 10 ... Blocking (aces): Lindemann 1, Danielson 6, Hall 2, Geiser 1, Piekarski 3 ... Digs (15 or more): Danielson 18, Thorfinnson 12, Bailey Stewart 22

Benson

Serving (aces): Courtney McNeill 3, Abbie Mitteness 5, Mariah Ahrndt 1, Anna Gosson 1, Leah Molden 2, Zoe Doscher 5 ... Set assists: McNeill 26, Ahrndt 20 ... Hitting (kills): McNeill 10, Mitteness 8, Lizzie Staton 7, Ahrndt 1, Gosson 12, Claire Ricard 15 ... Blocking (aces): McNeill 1, Ahrndt 1, Ricard 3 ... Digs (15 or more): Mitteness 16, Ahrndt 19, Gosson 21, Leah Molden 25, Doscher 16

New London-Spicer

Serving (aces): Ashton Engelke 1, Emily Novak 2, Emmy Schwartz 1, Jordyn Walstrom 3, Kendra Bagley 1, Paige Olson 2, Tori Nelson 2 ... Set assists: Ashton Olson 1, Emma Hanson 3, Mya Krause 1, Paige Olson 64 ... Hitting (kills): Ashtyn Olson 17, Engelke 11, Courtney Caskey 1, Emma Hanson 9, Bagley 17, Paige Olson 2, Payton Mages 24 ... Blocking (aces): Ashlyn Olson 3, Engelke 2, Hanson 2, Mages 5 ... Digs (5 or more): Engelke 7, Novak 15, Hunter Paffrath 29, Walstrom 10, Paige Olson 17, Mages 24

Wabasso Invite

WABASSO — The MACCRAY volleyball team won its first four matches but fell to Wabasso at the Wabasso Invitational on Saturday.

Team scores

MACCRAY: def. Southwest Christian 25-18, 25-20; def. Redwood Valley 25-18, 25-17; def. Wabasso 19-25, 25-18; def. Pipestone 25-22, 25-20. Lost to Wabasso 22-25, 25-20, 11-15.

How Area Teams Fared

MACCRAY

Serving (aces): Sydney Schwitters 3, Ellie Thein 5, Danni Burns 5, Carly Orwick 4, Olivia Ruiter 1, Piper Asche 2 ... Set assists: Schwitters 81 ... Hitting (kills): Schwitters 9, Thein 31, Burns 14, Orwick 16, Ruiter 14, Asche 35 ... Blocking (aces): Orwick 4, Asche 4, Ruiter 2, Schwitters 2, Thein 1, Burns 1 ... Digs (15 or more): Schwitters 36, Thein 31, Burns 27, Orwick 25, Ruiter 24

Girls Tennis

Marshall Invite

Montevideo 7, Marshall 0

Montevideo won both its matches at the Marshall Invite on Saturday.

The Thunder Hawks blanked the host school and also defeated Morris/Chokio-Alberta 6-1.

Singles

(1) Kori Douglas, Mon, def. Kelsey Boerboom 6-0 6-2 (2) Alissa Eickhoff, Mon, def. Rebekah Berggard 1-6, 6-3, 11-9 (3) Lauren Kluver, Mon, def. Drew Carver 6-0 6-1 (4) Tyra Sandven, Mon, def. Maddy Penshe 6-4 2-6 10-6

Doubles

(1) Erica Loose/Andrea Loose, Mon, def. Ana Schwarz/Rachel Vanhevlen 6-4 4-6 11-9 (2) Elizabeth Padula/Hannah Cushing, Mon, def. Kaitlyn Matzner/Madie Rowe scores not provided (3) Taylor Knutson/Emily Brace, Mon, def. Jordyn Guerrero/Katie Ewing 6-4 6-2

Montevideo 6, Morris/CA 1

Singles

(1) Kori Douglas, Mon, def. Lea Asmus 6-3 6-1 (2) Alissa Eickhoff, Mon, def. Lilly Swanson 6-0 2-6 10-3 (3) Lauren Kluver, Mon, def. Hannah Watzke 6-1 6-3 (4) Ryanne Long, MCA, def. Julia Hamann 6-3 6-0

Doubles

(1) Erica Loose/Andrea Loose, Mon, def. Abbigail Athey/Greta Hentges 6-3 6-3 (2) Elizabeth Padula/Hannah Cushing, Mon, def. Lahia Manska/Katie Messner 6-1 6-1 (3) Taylor Knutson/Emily Brace, Mon, def. Hailey Jackson/Lexi Gomer 6-0 6-0

Litchfield Invite

Litchfield 6, Melrose 0

Litchfield defeated Melrose and Foley at the Litchfield Invitational on Saturday.

Against Melrose, the Dragons won 6-0 when the No. 3 doubles match was suspended by weather conditions.

The Dragons swept singles in both matches, despite using different lineups, and lost just one doubles match against Foley.

The Dragons improved to 15-0.

Singles

(1) Laney Huhner, L, def. McKayla Schleper 6-0 6-1 (2) Avery Stilwell, L, def. Allie Toenies 6-0 6-0 (3) Alyssa Ross, L, def. Paige Danzl 6-1 6-0 (4) Neriah Lara, L, def. Natalie Wilverding 6-2 6-0

Doubles

(1) Shanna Kinny/Natalie Nelson, L, def. Haiden Rausch/Hanna Wiechmann 6-0 6-0 (2) Elise Bierbaum/Vaida Behnke, L, def. Chelsey Wieling/Jessie Danzl 6-1 6-0 (3) Taylar Smith/Maddy Shoultz, L. def. Kirsten Dragseth/Erika Hoppe - suspended by weather

Litchfield 6, Foley 1

Singles

(1) Shanny Kinny, L, def. Peyton Kopel 6-3 6-2 (2) Elise Bierbaum, L, def. Kylee Frisbie 6-1 6-0 (3) Natalie Nelson, L, def. Jayden Kloss 6-2 6-2 (4) Alanis Thesenvitz, L, def. Taylor O'Brien 6-2 6-4

Doubles

(1) Laney Huhner/Avery Stilwell, L, def. Maddie Gorecki/Maggie Kipka 6-2 6-2 (2) Kate Corrigan/Jami Novak, F, def. Vaida Behnke/Neriah Lara 6-3 6-4 (3) Alyssa Ross/Maddy Shoultz, L, def. Dani Rueckert/Tara Metzger 6-3 6-4

Girls Soccer

Willmar 4, Hutchinson 1

The Hannah Bollig and Hannah Johnson connection was in full force Saturday afternoon as the duo joined for three goals in a win over Hutchinson.

Bollig scored the first of her three goals in the 11th minute to give the Cardinals a 1-0 lead which the team also held at halftime.

Hutchinson's Claire Trudeau levelled the match 10 minutes into the second half but a Kylie Halvorson penalty kick 14 minutes later allowed Willmar to take the lead once again.

Bollig scored following a Johnson pass in the 77th and 78th minute to complete the hat trick and the victory.

Willmar will travel Monday to Cold Spring to take on Rocori. The match will kick off at 4 p.m.

Hutchinson (1-7) 0 1 — 1

Willmar (3-5-2) 1 3 — 4

FIRST HALF — W: Hannah Bollig (Hannah Johnson) 11th minute

SECOND HALF — H: Claire Trudeau 50th minute ... W: Kylie Halvorson PK 64th minute ... W: Bollig (Johnson) 77th minute ... W: Bollig (Johnson) 78th minute

SHOTS ON GOAL — Hutchinson: 3 ... Willmar: 12

GOALIE SAVES — Hutchinson: 8 ... Willmar: 2

DEFENSIVE SAVES — none

Boys Soccer

Willmar 10, Hutchinson 0

Blake Hisken was unstoppable Saturday, tallying six goals and two assists in Willmar's win over Hutchinson.

Willmar outshot their hosts 20-2. Adam Ziebarth also had a productive day with one goal and three assists.

The Cardinals host Sauk Rapids-Rice at 5 p.m. Tuesday at Kennedy Elementary School.

Willmar (9-2) 4 6 — 10

Hutchinson (1-7-1) 0 0 — 0

FIRST HALF — W: Blake Hisken (Adam Ziebarth) 11th minute ... W: Cole Monson (Kelvin Gomez Padilla) 18th minute ... W: Hisken PK 32nd minute ... W: Hisken (Gomez Padilla) 35th minute

SECOND HALF — W: Hisken (Ziebarth) 47th minute ... W: Monson (Hisken) 49th minute ... W: Ziebarth (Hisken) 65th minute ... W: Hisken PK 69th minute ... W: Hisken (Andrew Haugen) 70th minute ... W: Alec Nibaur (Ziebarth) 71st minute

SHOTS ON GOAL — Willmar: 20 ... Hutchinson: 2

GOALIE SAVES — Willmar: Zach Courtney 2 ... Hutchinson: Cameron Barrall 10

DEFENSIVE SAVES — none

Prep Football

Friday's Results

Zimmerman 28, NLS 7

Zimmerman ran with authority on Friday, piling up 238 yards and four touchdowns on the ground in a win over New London-Spicer in Zimmerman.

Zimmerman's Tommy Laabs ran for two scores and Carter Janu and Dylan Larrabee also rushed for touchdowns.

NLS managed just 142 yards of total offense. Kelly Bennetts caught a 12-yard scoring pass from Brandon Adelman for the Wildcats' lone score in the fourth quarter.

NLS 0 0 0 7 — 7

Zimmerman 7 7 14 0 — 28

Scoring Plays

Z — Carter Janu 2 run (Tim Vorobyev kick)

Z — Tommy Laabs 28 run (Vorobyev kick)

Z — Dylan Larrabee 3 run (Vorobyev kick)

Z — Laabs 1 run (Vorobyev kick)

N — Bennetts 12 pass from Brandon Adelman (1 kick)

New London-Spicer

First downs: 8 ... Penalties: 1-7 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Sam Stageberg 12-36, Blake Peterson 3-8, Jani Terwisscha 2-7, Brandon Adelman 3-(-19), Kelly Bennetts 3-7. 23-39 ... Passing (Individual and team): Adelman 10-16-103-1. 10-16-103-1 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Bennetts 4-68, Jake Schmidt 2-12, Peterson 3-15, Cade Barrett 1-8. 10-103 ... Interceptions: None ... Fumble recoveries: None ... Tackles (solo-assist): Nate Thein 14-1, Jani Terwisscha 11-2, Sam Stageberg 9-3, Blake Peterson 5-2, Patrick Schimerowski 5-1 ... QB sacks: Thein 1, Schimerowski 1

Zimmerman

First downs: 14 ... Penalties: 12-77 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Dylan. Larrabee 11-43, Carter Janu 16-73, Tommy Laabs 13-69. 49-238 ... Passing (Individual and team): Laabs 8-15-132-0. 8-15-132-0 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Jacob Pensinger 2-50, Carter McEachern 4-50. 8-132 ... Interceptions: NA ... Fumble recoveries: NA ... Tackles (solo-assist): NA ... QB sacks: NA

Osakis 27, Benson 6

Osakis outscored Benson 27-6 in the opening half before a defensive duel in the second half that kept the halftime score as the final score.

Benson's lone touchdown came on a Will Enderson-to-Aaron Zosel nine-yard pass in the first quarter.

The Silverstreaks responded with three straight touchdowns to earn the victory.

Benson (0-3) 6 0 0 0 — 6

Osakis (2-1) 13 14 0 0 — 27

Scoring Plays

O — Dan Savageau 6 run (run failed)

B — Aaron Zosel 9 pass from Will Enderson (run failed)

O — Jarret Seela 15 run (Reid Dewenter kick)

O — Triston Stoetzel 2 run (Dewenter kick)

O — Jacob Backes 14 pass from Savageau (Dewenter kick)

Benson

First downs: 12 ... Penalties: 3-32 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Aaron Zosel 16-58, Will Enderson 6-18, Matt Tolifson 2-(-2), Devin Vergin 1-(-1). 25-73 ... Passing (Individual and team): Enderson 9-21-135-0. 9-21-135-0 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Zosel 3-31, Matt Goossen 3-49, Tolifson 1-33, Sam Lundebrek 1-22, Matt Connolly 1-0. 9-135 ... Interceptions: none ... Fumble recoveries: none ... Tackles (solo-assist): Vergin 7-10, Zosel 7-3, Connolly 2-8, Jacob Wolter 2-5, Lundebrek 2-5 ... QB sacks: Shane Flower 1

Osakis

First downs: 17 ... Penalties: 9-76 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Luke Imdieke 12-72, Colton Waldvogel 8-52, Jacob Backes 5-35, Tristan Stoetzel 7-23, Jarrett Seels 6-49, Dan Savageau 3-15, Nate Kulser 1-1, Isaac Hatland 1-2, Hunter Infanger 3-2. 47-245 ... Passing (Individual and team): Savageau 3-7-85-0, Jon Lara 0-3-0-0, Infanger 2-1-1-0. 4-12-86-0 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Seels 1-48, Imdieke 1-23, Backes 1-14, Kulser 1-1 ... Interceptions: none ... Fumble recoveries: none ... Tackles (solo-assist): NA ... QB sacks: none

Ortonville 17, YME 16

Yellow Medicine East lost in heartbreaking fashion Friday night following a 25-yard field goal from Ortonville's Peter Treinen to top the Sting.

David Hidalgo scored on a 68-yard rushing touchdown as YME out-ran Ortonville 237-116. Ultimately, Ortonville's timely scoring was the difference.

Ortonville (2-1) 0 7 7 3 — 17

YME (0-3) 8 8 0 0 — 16

Scoring Plays

Y — David Hidalgo 68 run (Friese run)

O — Thomas Eustice 59 pass from Tyson Powell (Peter Treinen kick)

Y — Ayden Friese 8 pass from name not available (Kick failed)

Y — Safety

O — Strong 15 pass from Powell (Treinen kick)

O — Trienne 25 field goal

Ortonville

First downs: 9 ... Penalties: 8-60 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Tyson Powell 21-91, Nathan Strong 1-1, Elijah Cloos 4-26. 26-116. ... Passing (Individual and team): Powell 7-14-162-0. 7-14-162-0 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Cloos 2-51, Thomas Eustice 2-65, Strong 2-43, Treinen 1-3. 7-162 ... Interceptions: name not available 1 ... Fumble recoveries: name not available 1 ... Tackles (solo-assist): NA ... QB sacks: NA

Yellow Medicine East

First downs: 11 ... Penalties: 12-69 ... Rushing (Individual and team): Garrett Nordang 18-94, Angel Jimenez 4-(-9), David Hidalgo 5-75, Ayden Friese 8-22, Ethan Peterson 4-(-1), Nicholas Lindstrom 6-56. 45-237 ... Passing (Individual and team): Jimenez 1-9-9-1, Lindstrom 2-3-24-0. 3-12-33-1 ... Receiving (Individual and team): Friese 2-16, Carter Sneller 1-17. 3-33 ... Interceptions: none ... Fumble recoveries: name not available 1 ... Tackles (solo-assist): NA ... QB sacks: NA

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