FLANDREAU – The Flandreau Fliers fell to 0-3 after losing the Hamlin Chargers 3-2 at home Thursday night.
Kennedy Headrick led the Fliers with five digs. Macy Kneebone and Hannah Parsley had four digs a piece for Flandreau. Zoey Ruotsalainen led Hamin with 22 digs. Ashtyn Abraham was not far behind with 21 digs for the Chargers.
Bella Pavlis and Parsley had six and five kills, respectively for the Fliers. Abraham led the Chargers with 14 kills.
Kneebone and Shalyn Parsley had 11 assists each for Flandreau and Logan Keszler led Hamlin with 32 assists. Pavlis had three blocks for the Fliers and McKenna Prouty had six blocks for the Chargers.
Flandreau will be hosting the Alpha IV Tournament on Saturday and Hamlin, who is now 2-1, will be participating in the Estelline Tournament.
Elkton-Lake Benton 3, Lake Preston 0
The Lady Elks swept the Divers in three sets Thursday night. They won by the score of 25-9,25-10 and 25-9.
Julia Drietz had seven aces for the Lady Elks and Brooklyn Nielsen and Hannah Krog each had five aces.
Krog finished with a team-high nine kills as well. Nielsen and Drietz had five kills apiece. Krog also led the team in digs with 11 digs.
This was Elkton-Lake Benton’s head coach Melissa Erickson’s 300th victory.
The Lady Elks will return home and face De Smet on Tuesday and the Divers will travel to Wosley to take on Wolsey-Wessington on Monday.
Estelline/Hendricks 3, Arlington 0
The Redhawks swept the Cardinals Thursday night.
The first two sets were close with the score being 25-21 in both sets. Estelline/Hendricks then took the third set 25-16.
Kaylee Johnson led the Redhawks with three aces. Kylie Beare and Sophie Johnson were not far behind with two aces.
Sophie Johnson had a team-high 18 kills for Esetelline Hendricks. Beare had six kills.
Kaylee Hohnson had 36 kills and Beare had three blocks.
Sophie Johnson had 15 digs and Alyle Hendricks had 10 of her own.
Gracie Parney led the Cardinals with 18 assists. Hadley Carlton had a team-high 11 kills.
Carlson and Kasey Pistulka had 17 digs each for Arlington.Jael Lundquist had two aces as well.
The Redhawks will host their own Tournament Saturday in Estelline.