Wolsey-Wessington 3, Mitchell Christian 1
WOLSEY — Wolsey-Wessington earned its first win of the season with a 3-1 victory against Mitchell Christian on Tuesday.
The Lady Warbirds won the match with set scores of 25-22, 14-25, 25-13 and 15-13.
Mya Boomsma was 35 of 39 hitting and had 18 kills to lead Wolsey-Wessington. Leah Williams added five kills on 9 of 13 spikes.
Alyssa Hiles converted on 24 of 25 serves and had four aces for the Lady Warbirds, while Boomsma had three aces on 13 of 14 serving and Emily Eggleston was perfect on 11 serves with an ace.
Hailey Clarke had 25 assists on 103 of 103 sets for the Lady Warbirds. Macie Luce tallied eight digs, while Lainey Uttecht and Eggleston each had seven digs.
Faith Nelson and Taylor Horn each had a block.
Kaitlyn Tegethoff led Mitchell Christian (2-4) with 12 kills and two aces. Erica Thompson had 20 assists, while Maggie Reynen and Tefethoff each had eight digs.
Wolsey-Wessington, which is now 1-4, plays at Aberdeen Christian on Thursday.
Northwestern 3, Miller 0
MILLER — Northwestern, which is the No. 1-ranked team in Class B, cruised to a 3-0 victory against Miller on Tuesday.
The Wildcats improved to 7-0 with set wins of 25-14, 25-13 and 25-17.
Hannah Schentzel racked up 16 kills on 34 of 36 hitting to lead Northwestern to the win. Sdyney Schell was 22 of 24 hitting with 11 kills, while Ella Haven added seven kills on 13 of 15 hitting.
Schell was also 22 of 23 serving with three aces for the Wildcats. She also had a team-high 12 digs, while Brooklinn Halvorson was 70 of 72 setting with 29 assists and had 11 digs.
Storm Johnsen had 10 kills on 27 of 30 hits to lead Miller, while Ally Mullaney was 16 of 20 hitting with 3 kills and Abbi Blake had three kills on 7 of 7 hits.
Regan Deboer had two aces on 8 of 8 serving for the Rustlers, while Kathryn Aymar was10 of 11 serving with an ace and Johnsen had an aced on 4 of 5 serves.
Alvena Batin had 16 assists on 84 of 85 setting for Miller, while Macie Werdel and Tyra Gates each had seven digs. Aymar also had seven digs.
The Rustlers, who are now 1-5, travel to play Faulkton Area on Thursday.
Mt. Vernon/Plankinton 3, Redfield 0
REDFIELD — Mt. Vernon/Plankinton pulled out a 34-32 win in the third set to record a sweep against Redfield on Monday and earn its fourth consecutive win.
The Titans, who are now 4-2, also had set wins of 25-23 and 25-20.
Haley Pickart had four aces and 12 digs for Mt. Vernon/Plankington, while Maria Bakker had 11 kills and two solo blocks. Shyla Tobin tallied 18 assists.
Addison Rozell was 14 of 15 hitting with seven kills to lead Redfield, while Courtney Turck had six kills on 16 of 17 spikes. Turck was also 17 of 19 serving with an ace.
Camryn Rohlfs was 65 of 65 setting with 18 assists for the Lady Pheasants. Rozell finished with one solo and one assisted block.
Mt. Vernon/Plankinton also won the junior varsity match with set scores of 26-24 and 25-20.
Redfield will travel to play Sisseton on Thursday.
Colman-Egan 3, De Smet 0
COLMAN — Colman-Egan, which is receiving votes in the Class B rankings, stayed undefeated with a sweep against De Smet on Monday.
The Hawks claimed the match with set scores of 25-8, 25-16 and 25-17 to improve to 5-0 this season.
Kennedi Landis had six aces and 14 assits to lead Colman-Egan, while Olvia Baumberger had eigth kills and two blocks.
Madison Fodness and Braiden Westly each had five digs for the Hawks and had seven and six kills, respectively.
Kennadi Buchholz had seven kills and two aces to lead De Smet, which is now 0-5. Cori Birkel recorded a team-high 10 blocks and had four kills, while Ella Poppinga and Emma Albrecht had nine and eight digs, respectively.
Albrecht also had four assists for the Lady Bulldogs, while Katelyn Halverson had four assists. Riley Myers also had an ace.