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Area volleyball roundup: Wagner claims SESD title

WINNER--Wagner swept Burke/South Central 25-20 and 25-15 in the title match of the Southeast South Dakota Conference Tournament on Saturday in Winner.

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WINNER-Wagner swept Burke/South Central 25-20 and 25-15 in the title match of the Southeast South Dakota Conference Tournament on Saturday in Winner.

Carolyn Blaha led the Red Raiders with nine kills and two blocks. Faith Tyler and Maesa Dvorak both had six kills. Tyler added 18 digs and one ace, while Dvorak finished with 14 digs. Sierra Juffer had three aces, eight digs and 22 assists. Schylar Juffer finished with 23 digs.

For Burke/South Central, Taylee Indahl had six kills and 13 digs. Lahna Matucha had one ace, four kills and 10 digs. Bobbi Jo Wischmann added 10 assists. Brecken Bartling and Tressa Bull both had two blocks. Teah Serr had 10 digs.
In the semifinals, Wagner defeated Parkston 25-14 and 25-23. For Wagner, Abby Brunsing finished with nine kills. Tyler recorded five kills and eight digs. Schylar Juffer had 19 digs, while Sierra Juffer had 12 digs and 16 assists. No Parkston stats were reported.

In the other semifinal match, B/SC topped Winner 25-14, 13-25 and 25-20. Matucha led Burke/South Central with seven digs and 10 kills. Indahl added seven kills and 13 digs. Bartling finished with seven kills and two blocks. Wischmann had 26 assists, 10 digs and two aces. Ryahna Schweigert had 15 digs.

For Winner, Morgan Hammerbeck posted a double-double with 10 kills and 16 digs. Alexis Richey had 26 digs. Abby Marts added four kills and 16 digs. Gracie Littau recorded seven kills and 10 digs. Mackenzie Levi had nine assists and five digs.

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Members of the all-tournament team included: Tyler, Sierra Juffer, Schylar Juffer, Wagner; Indahl, Serr, Matucha, Burke/South Central; Richey, Hammerbeck, Winner; Samantha Murtha, Paige Semmler, Parkston; Taylor Gall, Scotland; Carly Sprik, Platte-Geddes; Ciera Himes, Bon Homme; Destiney Haak, Mount Vernon/Plankinton and Hannah Anderson, Chamberlain.

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