SIOUX FALLS – The Bobcat girls’ soccer team topped Washington 2-1 on Thursday at Yankton Trail Park.
Dez Johnson opened the scoring in the 17th minute. Maddix Archer assisted.
The Bobcats moved ahead 2-0 after Leanna Briseno converted a free kick in the 60th minute.
The Warriors’ Eden Hullinger cut the deficit in half with less than 7 minutes to play; however, the ‘Cats hung on.
Brooklyn McGuire made six saves in the victory.
Washington (2-6) outshot the Bobcats 11-8, while both teams had seven shots on goal.
Brookings (2-5) plays at Aberdeen on Tuesday at 4 p.m.
ABERDEEN – Brookings took third in the girls’ team standings and fifth on the boys’ side.
The host Golden Eagles swept the titles.
The girls had 39 points, as Harrisburg (43) was second and Brookings (84) third.
AC’s Melanie Jacobs was medalist in the 5K in 20 minutes, 3.09 seconds and teammate Paige Schmidt (20:17.34) ended up second.
Jaixai Reineke crossed in fifth to lead the ‘Cats, clocking a time of 20:51.49. Jenna York (21:51.16) was 17th.
For the boys, AC had 40 points and the Tigers (59) edged Pierre (62) for third. BHS had 110 points in fifth.
The Golden Eagles’ Daniel Street (16:31.76) and Josh Martin (17:03.78) went 1-2 in the 5K.
Brookings’ Sam Conrad placed third with a 17:14.22 clocking.
The Clyde Cotton Invitational is Sept. 19 in Huron.
• O’Gorman 3, Brookings 0
SIOUX FALLS – The Lady Knights (4-0) won by the set scores of 25-18, 25-9 and 25-13.
Landree Wilson had four kills and Kat Charging three.
Brittany Birgen (seven) and Mackenzie Weber (five) combined for 12 set assists.
Wilson recorded a pair of blocks and Birgen notched one.
Sydney Schneider came up with 17 digs. Riley Weisbeck netted two service aces.
Brookings (1-4) is host to Sioux Falls Roosevelt on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
• Sioux Falls Washington 1, Brookings 0
SIOUX FALLS – The Warriors (5-2-1) converted a penalty kick in the 76th minute for the lone score.
Brookings (1-6) plays at Aberdeen Central on Tuesday at 6 p.m.
• Elkton-Lake Benton 3, Howard 0
ELKTON – The Lady Elks won 25-16, 25-16, 25-20.
Tevan Erickson tallied 12 kills and Hannah Krog 10 to go with 10 digs.
Julia Drietz dished out 28 set assists. Rachael Krog came up with 17 digs.