Wessington Springs 3, Sunshine Bible Academy 0
WESSINGTON SPRINGS – The Wessington Springs Spartans got better with each set as they swept the Sunshine Bible Academy Crusaders by set scores of 25-19, 25-18, and 25-12.
The Spartans moved to 10-11 behind strong net play from Sarah Poncelow and Avery Orth. Poncelow led the Spartans with 10 kills and had three blocks. Orth added eight kills and a trio of blocks.
Raylee Fagerhaug had a big game serving, recording eight service aces for the Spartans and also led the defense with 14 digs.
Aja Paul led SBA (3-18) with eight kills.
The Crusaders host James Valley Christian Thursday while the Spartans will host Wolsey-Wessington.
Clark/Willow Lake 3, Flandreau 2
FLANDREAU – The Clark/Willow Lake Cyclones went on the road to snag their fourth win of the season over the Flandreau Fliers Tuesday in five sets.
Set scores for the Cyclones were 25-22, 10-25, 9-25, 25-21, and 15-12.
The Cyclones move to 4-12 behind Summer Seefeldt’s 11 kills and Macy Steen’s 10 kills. Steen also had a pair of service aces.
Shay Michalski had a huge game for CWL defensively, tallying eight blocks.
Flandreau falls to 4-19 despite a strong game at the net from Claire Sheppard, who had 12 kills and six blocks. Lily Klein had 12 kills and a pair of service aces for the Fliers.
The Cyclones host Redfield Thursday at Willow Lake.
Warner 3, Redfield 0
REDFIELD – The Warner Monarchs coasted to a sweep Tuesday night in Redfield over the Pheasants by scores of 25-23, 25-5, and 25-11.
Warner moves to 23-5 and runs its win streak to nine behind 16 kills from Jennifer Aman. Kyra Marcuson had 11 kills and a pair of service aces for Warner.
Ava Nilsson set up the Monarch attach with 29 assists and added three service aces.
Katie Rozell and Camryn Rohlfs were both 9 of 10 serving for Redfield (12-10).
Warner swept the JV match 25-10 and 25-8 and also swept the C match 25-17 and 25-11.
The Pheasants travel to Willow Lake to battle Clark/Willow Lake Thursday.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 3, Howard 0
FORESTBURG — Sanborn Central/Woonsocket used a sweep against Howard on Monday to improve to 18-4. The set scores were 25-12, 25-18 and 25-18.
Brooke Doering and Trista White finished with 13 and 12 kills, respectively, to lead the Lady Blackhawks. White and Hannah Dickson each had two aces.
Teya Moody recorded 29 assists for Sanborn Central/Woonsocket. Dickson and White each had 16 digs, while Doering and Kenna Ochsner had four and three blocks, respectively.
Piper Thompson led Howard with eight kills, while Abby Aslesen had six kills and Aleya Kizer had four kills.
Katlin Schlim had a pair of aces for the Tigers, who are now 11-11.
Emma Rudebusch and Rylee Rudebusch finished with 10 and nine assists, respectively. Schlim led the way with 13 digs.
Miller 3, Kimball/White Lake 1
MILLER — After dropping the opening set 25-20, Miller used set win os 25-17, 25-17 and 25-15 to defeat Kimball/White Lake on Monday.
Jaden Werdel was 32 of 37 attacking with 11 kills for the Rustlers, who are now 14-8. She also had seven aces on 26 of 28 serving and had a team-high 29 digs on 17 of 18 passing.
Patricia Lammers was 35 of 36 hitting with nine kills for Miller, while Ally Mullaney had seven kills on 24 of 29 attacks and Abbi Blake had five kills on 15 of 17 attacks.
Ruby Carder had a pair of aces on 16 of 17 serving for the Rustlers, while Payton Kilker was perfect on 11 serves. Tyra Gates converted on 120 of 121 sets and had 31 assists.
Blake tallied 14 digs for Miller, while Gates and Mullaney each had 11 digs.
Ryann Nielsen led Kimball/White Lake with 15 kills, while Dani Deffenbaugh had eight kills. Cami Comfert and Madison Meier each had 10 assists, while Deffenbaugh had 12 digs.