Redfield 3, Clark/Willow Lake 1
REDFIELD — Redfield improved to 8-7 with a 3-1 victory against Clark/Willow Lake on Thursday.
The Lady Pheasants won the match with set scores of 25-18, 25-12, 17-25 and 25-13.
Courtney Turck was 17 of 20 attacking with 12 kills for Redfield, while Addie Rozell was 16 of 19 hitting with 11 kills. Gracie Fast converted on 14 of 18 serves with five aces and Camryn Rohlfs was perfect on 19 serves with an ace and was 95 of 97 setting with 28 assists.
Turck and Chelsea Smith had 11 and 10 digs, respecitvely, for the Lady Pheasant. Rozell had five blocks.
Chayla Vig and Jada Burke each had seven kills for Clark/Willow Lake. Vig was 26 of 28 attacking, while Burke was 25 of 30. Morgan Burke was 10 of 12 serving with an ace and was 76 of 82 setting with 13 assists. Allison Kannegieter was perfect on 20 serves.
Kannegieter also had a team-high 25 digs, while Macy Steen had 11 digs and Vig had a pair of blocks.
Redfield won the junior varsity match 25-23 and 28-26. Clark/Willow Lake used set scores of 25-15 and 25-17 to win the C-match.
Redfield will host Aberdeen Roncalli on Monday, while the Cyclones, who are now 10-9, will host Tiospa Zina in Clark on Tuesday.
Wolsey-Wessington 3, Wessington Springs 0
WOLSEY — Wolsey-Wessington used set scores of 25-15, 25-15 and 25-8 to sweep Wessington Springs in a 281 Conference matchup on Thursday.
Mya Boomsma led the Lady Warbirds with 14 kills, while Leah Williams had 11 kills.
Alyssa Hiles was 13 of 15 serving with four aces, whle Boomsma and Williams were both 9 of 11 serving with two and one aces, respectively.
Hailey Clarke was 43 of 43 setting with 18 assists, while Taylor Horn had 14 assists on 35 of 35 setting for Wolsey-Wessington. Lainey Uttecht had a team-high 15 digs, whle Williams and Boomsma had nine and seven digs, respectively. Boomsma and Clarke each had a block.
Sarah Poncelow had three kills on 8 of 10 attacks for Wessington Springs, while Avery Orth was 19 of 23 hitting with two kills. Grohs was 8 of 8 serving with an ace, while Trinity Flowers was 4 of 5 serving with an ace.
Grohs also had six assists and nine digs for the Lady Spartans. Maddie Privett had a team-high 17 digs, while Avery Orth had three blocks.
Wolsey-Wessington, which is 7-6, will face Potter County in Gettysburg today.
Wessington Springs (5-10) will host Sunshine Bible Academy on Monday.
Hitchcock-Tulare 3, Ipswich 0
TULARE – Though it was a sweep, it was a hard-fought win for the Hitchcock-Tulare Lady Patriots over the fourth-ranked Ipswich Tigers in Tulare Tuesday night 25-13, 26-24, 26-24.
Hitchcock-Tulare moves to 12-3 on the year with the victory behind a strong defensive effort from Dannyn Peterson, who led the team with 21 digs.
Kenidee Enander set up the Lady Patriots offense with 29 assists and also had 17 digs. Kaitlyn Schroeder led the team with nine kills.
Ipswich drops to 17-3 with the loss despite a strong game from Chesney Oliver on defense with 34 digs.
Lindsey Grabowska had 26 digs.
Haile Hinz and Bailey Pitz combined to set up the offense with 13 and 12 assists, respectively, for the Tigers.
Gracie Lange led the Tigers with 10 kills on the evening.
Hitchcock-Tulare will travel to Woonsocket to face Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Tuesday.