Northwestern 3, Miller 0
MILLER — State powers met Tuesday night in Miller, when the Rustlers, ranked No. 3 in Class “A” hosted the top-ranked and defending Class “B” Northwestern Wildcats in non-conference volleyball action.
The Wildcats pushed their season mark to 10-0 with a 25-17, 25-18 and 25-17 win over the Rustlers, who fall to 4-2 with the loss.
For the Rustlers, Kadye Fernholz had nine kills, nine digs, two aces and a solo block to lead the attack. Vonnagail Schlechter added four kills and Karly Beckett had a pair of aces and six digs. Rachel Oligmuller had 18 set assists.
Miller hosts Faulkton Area tonight.
O-R/R 3, Iroquois 1
RUTLAND — The Oldham-Ramona/Rutland Raiders notched their first win of the season Tuesday night, downing the Iroquois Lady Chiefs 3-1 (17-25, 25-13, 25-20, 25-9) in non-conference volleyball action.
Khloe Tieman had 19 set assists and added six ace serves for the Raiders, who go to 1-9 with the win. Avery Hyland had seven kills, while Victoria Malisch, Jenessa Schiernbeck and Kylie Anderson each had six kills.
For Iroquois, Chelsey Timm had four aces, while Savannah Markham and Allie Diehl each had six kills. Diehl also had two blocks in the game. Haley Geyer handed out seven assists and Kiana Simon led the defenders with seven digs.
The Lady Chiefs fall to 0-4 on the season and host Lake Preston tonight.
SC-W 3, WS 0
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Two schools that co-op in some sports faced each other on the volleyball court Tuesday night, as the Sanborn Central-Woonsocket Blackhawks blanked the Wessington Springs Spartans 3-0 in 281 Conference action.
Set scores for the Blackhawks, now 6-5, were 26-24, 25-10 and 25-16. The Spartans fall to 1-3 with the loss.
The Blackhawks were led by Abby Doering, with 12 kills, four aces and a pair of blocks, while Tesa Jensen added 14 kills. Eric Howard had a pair of aces, and Tristan Ziebart handed out 28 assists. Madi Moody led the defense with 11 kills.
The Spartans got 10 assists and two aces from Cadee Schelske, while Chasity Vissia added nine assists and a pair of aces. Maddie Neely had 13 kills, and Piper Jones had seven for Wessington Springs, while Makayla Dornbusch had six blocks, and Sierra Swenson added 20 digs.
Wessington Springs hosts Crow Creek tonight, while the Blackhawks will play host to Wolsey-Wessington on Sept. 19, in Woonsocket.
Sunshine Bible 3, Crow Creek 1
MILLER — The Sunshine Bible Academy Crusaders dominated the volleyball match against the Crow Creek Chieftans 3-1 in a Tuesday night match.
Set scores for the Crusaders were 25-16, 25-22, 19-25 and 25-20.
Susan Wilken of Sunshine Bible had nine assists, three kills and 14 digs, Lindsey WIlken had six kills, one ace and four digs, while Savanna Roghair had three assists.
The Crusaders travel to Lower Brule on Sept. 19.
Sunshine Bible Academy 25 25 19 25
Crow Creek 16 22 25 20
Serving — SBA: Ruth Lopez, 3 aces; Dori Brockel, 2 aces; Beth Konechne, 2 aces.
Setting — SBA: Susan Wilken, 9 assists; Savanna Roghair, 3 assists.
Hitting — SBA: Lindsey Wilken, 6 kills; Shariah Brockel, 4 kills; S. Wilken, 3 kills.
Blocks — SBA: L. Wilken, 1 block; S. Wilken, 1 block; S. Brockel, 1 block.
Digs — SBA: D. Brockel, 24 digs; S. Wilken, 14 digs; Cassidy Clark, 12 digs.