Prep sports roundup: Sauk Centre volleyball capture Perham Invitational

Prep sports roundup: Sauk Centre volleyball capture Perham Invitational

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Prep sports roundup: Sauk Centre volleyball capture Perham Invitational

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PERHAM – Macy Weller had 41 kills and eight ace serves as the Sauk Centre volleyball team rolled to the title Saturday at the Perham Invitational.

The Mainstreeters beat Roseau (25-14, 25-15), Mayville-Portland, N.D. (25-11, 25-16), Perham (25-12, 25-16) and 10th-ranked Thief River Falls (25-20, 25-18).

Ashley Kollman finished with 30 kills and 24 digs, Kendra Zenzen had 25 kills and 17 digs, Jena Klaphake had 110 set assists and five blocks and Katie Reitsma had 33 digs for Sauk Centre (23-0 overall and No. 4 in Class A).

Melrose beat Lake of the Woods (25-13, 25-22), Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton (25-19, 26-24), lost to Thief River Falls (22-25, 25-11, 15-13) and beat Perham (18-25, 25-11, 15-1) in the third-place match.

Briana Schmiesing led the Dutchmen with 40 kills and seven blocks, Tayler Reller had 10 ace serves and 57 set assists and Abby Wessel had 32 digs.

BRAHAM INVITATIONAL

BRAHAM – Kristin Buttweiler finished with 29 kills and Albany went 4-0 to take first place at the Braham Tournament.

The Huskies beat Princeton (25-9, 25-12), Barnum (25-17, 25-10), Rush City (25-9, 25-15) and St. Cloud Apollo (25-20, 25-16).

Sam Schlangen had 72 set assists and 21 digs and Callie Manthe had 17 kills and five ace serves for Albany (19-5 overall).

Kimball beat Zimmerman (20-25, 26-24, 15-12), Braham (25-15, 25-16), lost to Apollo (10-25, 25-13, 12-15) and beat Rush City in the third-place match (25-13, 25-21).

Breanne Meierhofer finished with 26 kills and 19 digs to lead the Cubs (10-12).

Laura Frank had eight ace serves and 26 kills and Tiffany Kuechle seven ace serves and 38 set assists

Faith Christian triangular

FORESTON – Laura Knoblauch finished the day with 25 set assists and eight ace serves to lead St. Cloud Christian to a split.

Christian lost to Rochester Home Schools (25-17, 25-23, 25-15) but beat Faith Christian (25-20, 25-18, 25-21) in a pair of Christian Athletic League matches.

Toria Gillson had 15 kills and five serve aces and Hadessah Loven added six blocks and six serve aces for the Warriors (9-2 CAL, 9-3 overall).

Mora Invitational

MORA – Pierz went 2-2 at the Mora Invitational. The Pioneers beat Becker 25-18, 25-13 and Minneapolis Washburn 25-18, 26-24. Pierz lost to mora 25-16, 25-22 and Hudson (Wis.) 25-16, 25-22.

SMA Invitational

ST. MICHAEL – Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa, ranked ninth in the state in Class A, wound up with a 2-3 record at the St. Michael-Albertville Invitational.

The Jaguars beat Simley 25-20, 25-17 and Champlin Park 25-22, 25-18. BBE lost to Rogers 25-19, 25-13, Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 25-18, 25-18 and Woodbury 25-20, 25-18.

Taylor Braegelman led BBE with 30 kills and 30 digs for the day. Hailey Braegelman had 51 set assists and Mariah Rach chipped in with 43.

SAUK RAPIDS 5,
LITTLE FALLS 2

LITTLE FALLS – Niman Hassan scored three goals, including the tying and go-ahead scores, while chipping in two assists to lead the Storm (6-6-3) to the come-from-behind victory.

Kyle Olson and Sadiq Hassan each had a goal for the Storm. Sadiq Hassan also had two assists. Sauk Rapids goalie Sam Hastings had seven saves and an assist.

Little Falls got a goal each from Taylor Kottschade and Nathan Masog. Tim Infinger had an assist for the Flyers (6-7-1 overall).

Little Falls goalie Gabe Ploof had five saves and Joe Kornbaum had five saves in relief.

SAUK RAPIDS 4,
LITTLE FALLS 1

SAUK RAPIDS – Nicole Partch scored twice as Sauk Rapids booted Little Falls in a nonconference game.

Mady Mohs and Brianna Voss both scored for the Storm. Mohs and Partch both assisted on goals. Mohs’ goal was her first of career.

Ashley Benoit had one save in the first half in goal for Sauk Rapids (9-4-2 overall) and Olivia Stockinger had two saves after halftime.

Stella Hecht scored for Little Falls seven minutes after halftime to make the score 3-1.

MONTICELLO 1,
ST. CLOUD TECH 0

Kailey Southard scored with 48 seconds left in the first period of extra time to lift Monticello over St. Cloud Tech at Husky Stadium.

Milee Peavey had nine saves for the Tigers (2-11-3), who finished with two shots on goal.

LIONS MEET OF CHAMPIONS

ALEXANDRIA – Nick Golebiowski’s ninth-place finish in 16:22 led St. Cloud Cathedral to second place at the Lions Meet of Champions at Arrowwood Resort.

Beau Gerding placed 12th with a 16:33.4 for the Crusaders, Blake Anderson led Sartell (13th, 16:36.7), Eric Jansen led Rocori (24th, 16:52) and Rick Schug led St. Cloud Apollo (18:41.0).

Mackenzie Dockendorf took 10th place (15:08.5) to lead the Sartell girls to a ninth-place finish.

Kristen Mehr led Rocori (16th, 15:27.5), Rachel Eickhoff led Cathedral (15th, 15:09.1) and Makayla Kelley-Bros (68th, 16:35.5).

Team scores

Boys — 1. Stillwater 28; 2. St. Cloud Cathedral 111; 3. Bemidji 136; 4. White Bear Lake 144; 5. Chanhassen 206; 6. Buffalo 220; 7. Mounds View 227; 8. Chaska 237; 9. Sartell 250; 10. Alexandria 294; 11. New Prague 297; 12. St. Thomas Academy 308, Cretin-Derham Hall 308; 14. Roseville 335; 15. Red Wing 336; 16. Rocori 357; 17. Marshall 365; 18. Staples-Motley 526; 19. Thief River Falls 559; 20. Park Center 600; 21. Windom 648; 22. St. Cloud Apollo 683.

Girls — 1. Chanhassen 118; 2. Chaska 132; 3. Monticello 134; 4. Mounds View 153; 5. Marshall 160; 6. Roseville 171; 7. White Bear Lake 188; 8. Alexandria 196; 9. Sartell 199; 10. New Prague 253; 11. Stillwater 267; 12. Park Center 306; 13. Bemidji 351; 14. Rocori 359; 15. St. Cloud Cathedral 365; 16. Buffalo 374; 17. Red Wing 453; 18. Cretin-Derham Hall 482; 19. Thief River Falls 521; 20. Staples-Motley 566; 21. St. Cloud Apollo 574.

SWAIN INVITATIONAL

DULUTH – Emily Wolter took sixth place with a time of 15:46 to lead runner-up Holdingford at the Swain Invite.

Alli Ruprecht took 13th (16:06.9) and Jo Merten took 15th (16:21.6) for the Huskers.

Charlie Lawrence finished in second place with a time of 15:58.1, leading Foley to a ninth-place finish. Abe Skwira took 14th (16:55.6) and Andrew Zachman took 17th (17:04.9) for the seventh-place Holdingford boys.

Team scores

Girls — 1. Esko 108; 2. Holdingford 134; 3. Minnehaha 135; 4. Blake 150; 5. St. Paul Academy 150; 6. Mountain Lake 202; 7. Watertown-Mayer 259; 8. Redwood Falls 261; 9. Mora 266; 10. Lake City 276; 11. South Ridge 293; 12. Mesabi East 301; 13. Glencoe-Silver Lake 348; 14. Norwood Young America 354; 15. Menagha 368; 16. Plainview-Elgin-Millville 389; 17. Wadena-Deer Creek 479; 18. Cook County-Two Harbors 486; 19. Long Prairie-Grey Eagle 487; 20. Moose Lake-Willow River 489.

Boys — 1. Minnehaha Academy 88; 2. Blake 106; 3. Esko 117; 4. Redwood Falls 133; 5. Plainview-Elgin-Millville 141; 6. Mora 187; 7. Holdingford 195; 8. Glencoe-Silver Lake 231; 9. Foley 264; 10. Watertown-Mayer 292; 11. Long Prairie-Grey Eagle 306; 12. Hinckley-Finlayson 349; 13. Norwood Young America 360; 14. St. Paul Academy 361; 15. Virginia 363; 16. Rockford 373; 17. Marshall 462; 18. Cook County-Two Harbors 499; 19. East Central 537; 20. Minneapolis Washburn 564.

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