Cardinals, Lady Elks, Raiders, Dolphins win in Tuesday volleyball action

Arlington, Elkton-Lake Benton, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland, Deubrook Area and Bridgewater-Emery all picked up wins in volleyball Tuesday night.

The Cardinals beat Sioux Valley in straight sets. ELB had its second sweep in two days as the Lady Elks swept Deuel on Tuesday and Lake Preston on Monday.

ORR beat Freeman in four sets. The Dolphins swept Dell Rapids and Bridgewater-Emery defeated Colman-Egan in five sets. Clark/Willow Lake topped Flandreau in five sets.

• Arlington 3, Sioux Valley 0

ARLINGTON – Hadley Carlson’s 16 kills led Arlington to a three-set win over Sioux Valley on Tuesday night in Arlington.

The Cardinals won by set scores of 25-14, 25-17, and 25-20.

Carlson added 15 digs and a block to go along with her kills total.

Natalie Burns added nine kills for Arlington.

Erin Haufschild and Morgan Larsen each had three service aces for the Cardinals, who ran their winning streak to 16 matches.

Grace Parry posted a game-high with 36 set assists.

For Sioux Valley, Reagan Johnson and Kaedyn Sapp each totaled eight kills.

Talya Vincent recorded a pair of service aces, and both Johnson and Allie Hofer picked up a block defensively.

Kasey Pistulka led the Cossacks with 20 digs, while Johnson added 10.

Ashley Bjerke had 11 set assists in the match.

Arlington is now 21-3 on the season. The Cardinals on Thursday travel to White to take on the Dolphins of Deubrook Area, then play host to one of two pods of the Dakota Valley Conference tournament on Saturday.

Sioux Valley falls to 11-12 on the year and tomorrow will travel to Baltic for a matchup with the Lady Bulldogs.

• Sioux Falls Washington 3, Brookings 0

SIOUX FALLS – Washington’s Ellie Walker had nine kills in leading Sioux Falls Washington to a straight-set win over Brookings on Tuesday night.

Set scores were 25-13, 25-17, and 25-19.

The Warriors’ Kyra Thorstenson posted seven kills, while Carlie Beckstrand had a pair of blocks for Washington, whose record remains unblemished at 18-0.

Brookings’ Gracie Adamson led the Bobcats with eight kills and a pair of aces, while Landree Wilson posted a game-high three blocks.

Riley Weisbeck led Brookings with 15 digs, and Adamson added eight.

Emily Harms’ ten set assists were a team high for the Bobcats.

Brookings falls to 8-12 on the year. The Bobcats host Sioux Falls Lincoln tomorrow night.

In the preliminary matches, Washington won the JV (25-18, 25-11), sophomore (25-19, 25-20), and freshman “A” (25-13, 29-27) matches, while Brookings claimed the freshman “B” match (25-17, 25-23).

• Elkton-Lake Benton 3, Deuel 0

CLEAR LAKE – Rachael Krog and Kylie Ramlo each had three service aces as Elkton-Lake Benton defeated Deuel on Tuesday night in Clear Lake.

Set scores were 25-21, 25-17, and 25-16 in favor of the Lady Elks.

Kailyn Drietz’s 11 kills were a team high, while Krog added nine and Madisyn Nielsen had seven, as Elkton-Lake Benton scored 32 points in the match on kills.

Aubree Bales had three blocks to lead the Lady Elks.

Haley Winter’s ten kills and three blocks led the Cardinals, while Gracie Fieber and Josie Andersen each recorded a service ace.

Elkton-Lake Benton is now 14-10 on the year. The Lady Elks take part in the Dakota Valley Conference tournament on Saturday as one of five teams in the Arlington pod.

• Clark/Willow Lake 3, Flandreau 2

FLANDREAU – The Fliers’ Claire Sheppard and Lily Klein each had 12 kills, however, Clark/Willow Lake rallied to defeat Flandreau in five sets on Tuesday night in Flandreau.

The Cyclones won by set scores of 25-22, 10-25, 9-25, 25-21, and 15-12.

Three Fliers recorded two aces each, as Abby Schoeberl, Sadie Iott, and Klein led Flandreau behind the service line.

Sheppard’s six blocks led Flandreau, while Bella Pavlis and Lizzie Pavlis each recorded five.

Iott and Maria Parsley were the Fliers’ leaders in digs, with 15 and 14, respectively.

Schoeberl’s 15 set assists were a team-high.

Clark/Willow Lake was led by Summer Seefeldt’s 11 kills, while Macy Steen added ten.

Sara Thonvold recorded three aces for the Cyclones.

The Fliers will next be in action on Tuesday, Oct. 19, hosting the Parker Pheasants.

• Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 3, Freeman 1

RAMONA  – Paige Hanson’s three aces and Alivia Bickett’s two aces, as part of nine total for the team, propelled Oldham-Ramona/Rutland to a win, defeating Freeman in four sets on Tuesday night in Ramona.

The Raiders won by set scores of 25-13, 25-15, 20-25, and 25-16.

Julia Trygstad and Alivia Spilde each recorded double-digit kills, with Trygstad logging 16 and Spilde 13.

Trygstad also had five of the Raiders’ eight blocks.

Both Bickett and Sine Matson had over 20 digs each, with Bickett recorded 27, and Matson 21.

Brooklyn Hageman’s 18 set assists led ORR.

Erin Uecker’s 13 kills led the Flyers, while Kate Miller added 11.

Freeman’s Lily Wipf recorded three service aces in the match.

Oldham-Ramona/Rutland improves to 12-9 with the win.

The Raiders will travel to Freeman on Monday, Oct. 18 for a matchup with Viborg-Hurley.

• Deubrook Area 3, Dell Rapids 0

WHITE – The Dolphins won in straight sets by the score of 25-16, 25-23 and 25-23.

Deubrook Area is now 13-9 and hosts Arlington on Thursday.

• Bridgewater-Emery 3, Colman-Egan 2

EMERY – The Huskies won the first set 25-20. The Hawks then came back and won the next two sets 29-27 and 25-16. B-E won a tight fourth set 25-23 before winning the match with a 16-14 win in the fifth set.

Colman-Egan is now 17-3 on the season. The Hawks will play in the Dakota Valley Conference Tournament on Saturday.


• Elkton-Lake Benton 3, Lake Preston 0

LAKE PRESTON – Rachael Krog’s 12 kills, two service aces, and two blocks led Elkton-Lake Benton to a win over Lake Preston on Monday night.

The Lady Elks won by set scores of 25-14, 25-15, and 25-16.

Kailyn Drietz added eight kills and two service aces, while Kylie Ramlo had a team-high three service aces to go along with six kills and three blocks.

Aubree Bales posted three blocks and three kills for Elkton-Lake Benton.

Tevan Erickson’s 33 set assists led the Lady Elks.

Stats were not reported for Lake Preston.



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