Area volleyball 10-8-21

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 3, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 0
WOONSOCKET – The Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Blackhawks swept the Tripp-Delmont/Armour Nighthawks by scores of 25-14, 25-21, and 25-20 Tuesday in Woonsocket.

The Blackhawks move to 17-4 behind 20 assists, 11 digs, and a pair of service aces from Teya Moody.

Brooke Doering led the Blackhawks with nine kills and four blocks.

The Nighthawks drop to 10-10. No individual statistics were available.

The Blackhawks host Howard in Forestburg Monday.

Miller 3, Hitchcock-Tulare 0
TULARE – The Miller Rustlers stormed into Tulare Tuesday night and swept out with a 3-0 victory over the Hitchcock-Tulare Lady Patriots by three identical 25-20 set scores.

The Rustlers won their 10th game of the season to move to 10-8 behind a strong defensive effort keyed by Tyra Gates, who led Miller with 19 digs. Gates also led the team with 27 assists.

Jaden Werdel led the Rustlers with eight kills. Cynthia Ford had seven kills and three service aces.

The Lady Patriots fell to 9-13 despite a big game hitting from Katelyn Schroeder with 15 kills. Schroeder also led the team with 18 digs.

Shandi Chasing Hawk led Hitchcock/Tulare with 25 assists.

The Rustlers won the JV match 2-0.

The Rustlers are in action Saturday at the Redfield Tournament while Hitchcock/Tulare travels to Ipswich Thursday.

Highmore-Harrold 3, Wessington Springs 1
HIGHMORE — The Highmore-Harrold Pirates sputtered in one set, but took care of business in the other three, dominating the Wessington Springs Spartans 3-1 in 281 Conference volleyball play Thursday night. Set scores for the Pirates, now 14-8, were 25-12, 17-25, 25-13 and 25-18.

Letha Jessen led the Pirates with 12 kills and a block, while Grace Knox had six kills, three aces, 29 digs and 18 assists in the match. Kenidy Effling led the Pirate defense with 30 digs.

Avery Orth had 17 kills and five blocks for the Spartans in the losing effort. Sarah Poncelow added six kills, 20 digs, two aces and five blocks, while Alyssa Grohs had 26 assists and Mariah Messmer collected three aces. Raylee Fagerhaug had 23 digs.

Wessington Springs, which falls to 9-12 with the loss, hosts Sunshine Bible Academy on Tuesday, while Highmore-Harrold travels to Wolsey-Wessington, also on Tuesday.

Hamlin 3, Redfield 0
REDFIELD — The Hamlin Chargers won their fifth match in a row Thursday night, overpowering the Redfield Pheasants 3-0 (25-19, 25-22, 25-21) in Class “A” volleyball action. Hamlin moves to 18-6 with the win, while Redfield falls to 11-6 with the loss.

Hamlin got 14 kills and two blocks from Gacelyn Leiseth in the match, while Ally Abraham added 13 big swings. Grace Evenson had 17 assists and Kami Wadsworth added 16 for the Chargers, who got two aces each from Alyssa West, Payton Weelborg and Addie Nellendorf. West and Lily Smith each had 11 digs.

For the Pheasants, Graci Fast had 11 kills on the night, while Camryn Rohlfs passed out 20 assists and had two aces. Mallory Smith had four block kills and Denae Paulsen led the defense with nine digs.

Redfield hosts Warner in the opening round of the Redfield Tournament on Saturday.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 3, Sunshine Bible Academy 1
MILLER – The Sunshine Bible Academy Crusaders battled back after a brutal first set to take the third set, but ultimately fell 3-1 to the Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Blackhawks Tuesday at the SBA Event Center.

Set scores for the Blackhawks were 25-4, 25-13, 21-25, and 25-14.

The Blackhawks move to 16-4 behind a strong serving night as a team, recording 23 aces. Trista White, Ella Evans, and Hannah Dickson each had four aces to lead the team.

Teya Moody keyed the SCW offense with 56 assists. Brooke Doering led the team with 19 kills while White added 14.

The Crusaders fell to 3-16 despite four aces and a team-high seven kills from senior Aja Paul.

The Blackhawks host Howard in Forestburg Monday while SBA travels to Wessington Springs Tuesday.

Mount Vernon/Plankington 3, Miller 2
MILLER – The Miller Rustlers took the first set and held a 2-1 lead, but the Mount Vernon/Plankington Titans fought back to win the fourth set and the deciding fifth set to defeat the Rustlers 3-2 Tuesday in Miller.

Set scores for the Titans were 23-25, 25-19, 18-25, 26-24, and 15-12.

Mount Vernon/Plankington moves to 13-5 with the victory behind a big night from Maria Baker, who led the Titans with 12 kills and three service aces.

Jocelyn Manzano keyed the Titan defense with 27 digs and Shyla Tobin sparked the attack with 31 assists.

Miller (9-8) was led by a strong game from Abbi Blake. Blake was perfect serving, going 18 of 18 from the service line with three aces. She also totaled 11 kills, seven blocks, and 20 digs.

Patricia Lammers led the team with 14 kills while Tyra Gates set up the offense with 51 assists. Cynthia Ford led Miller with 31 digs.

The Rustlers are in action as part of the Redfield Tournament Saturday.

De Smet 3, Lake Preston 1
DE SMET – The De Smet Bulldogs moved to 11-6 on the year with a 3-1 victory over the Lake Preston Divers Tuesday in De Smet by scores of 25-14, 19-25, 25-18, and 25-14.

Kennadi Buchholz led De Smet with 13 kills and nine blocks. Olivia Johnson posted five service aces for the Bulldogs.

Jada Burke had a solid all-around game for De Smet, leading the team in digs with five while also posting nine kills and a pair of service aces.

Lake Preston (6-13) was led by Annika Nelson with eight kills. Ava Malone led the Divers with 16 digs.

The Bulldogs travel to face Oldham-Ramona/Rutland Saturday.



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