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Area volleyball roundup: Winner downs Mobridge-Pollock

MOBRIDGE--Class A No. 3 Winner won its second straight game Monday as it took down Mobridge-Pollock in three sets. Set scores were 25-8, 25-13 and 25-17.

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MOBRIDGE-Class A No. 3 Winner won its second straight game Monday as it took down Mobridge-Pollock in three sets. Set scores were 25-8, 25-13 and 25-17.

Winner (11-1): Gracie Littau and Ellie Brozik both finished with three aces, while Brozik also added 12 kills, eight digs and a block for the Warriors. Mackenzie Levi led the team with 21 assists, while Morgan Hammerbeck and Abby Marts both recorded 13 kills. Kalla Bertram finished with a team-best 13 digs. The Warriors play in the Sisseton tournament on Saturday.

Mobridge-Pollock (5-8): Haley Brockel paved the way for Mobridge-Pollock, recording 10 digs and an ace. Hayley Borah finished with five kills and a block. Caitlyn Claymore had a team-high 16 assists. The Tigers travel to Lemmon on Thursday.

Alcester-Hudson 3, FAM 1

FREEMAN-Freeman Academy/Marion won the first set, but Alcester-Hudson took the next three in a prep volleyball match on Monday. Set scores were 13-25, 25-19, 26-24 and 25-10.

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Alcester-Hudson (4-6): Kendra Jensen led the Cubs with 11 kills and 17 digs. Bayleigh Peterson added five kills, 13 assists and 19 digs. Alyssa Keiser and Sara Kemner recorded 18 digs apiece. The Cubs play Elk Point-Jefferson and Akron-Westfield (Iowa) in Akron, Iowa, on Thursday.

Freeman Academy/Marion (4-6): Odalite Pankratz had 10 kills and 11 digs. Mayson Preheim finished with 18 digs, while Emily Heeg had 16 digs and three kills. Andrea Wollman recorded nine digs and five kills. Destini Miller finished with eight digs and four kills, while Katelyn Johansen had 15 assists and seven digs. Josie Epp logged 13 digs. The Bearcats play Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Saturday in Freeman.

Canistota 3, Canton 0

CANISTOTA-Canistota earned its 10th win of the season Monday as it took down Canton in straight sets. Set scores were 25-17, 25-13, 25-20.

Canistota (10-3): Jordan Engbrecht stuffed the stat sheet for the Hawks, finishing with 10 digs, four aces and three kills. MiKenzie Kirby had 10 kills and six kills in the win, while Hannah Parry finished with 24 assists and eight digs. Noelle Hofer recorded nine kills and eight digs. The Hawks play Colman-Egan in Colman today.

Canton (3-8): Abby Neu led Canton with 13 digs. Mason Tieszen recorded 11 digs and a team-high three aces. Brooklyn Knudson had four kills and two blocks in the loss. The C-Hawks host Tri-Valley today.

Tea Area 3, Parkston 1

PARKSTON-Tea Area took down Parkston in four sets Monday. Set scores were 25-19, 25-12, 14-25 and 27-25.

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Tea Area (5-7): Gabby Warwick and Desirae Patzwald both had three aces in the win. Patzwald also added a team-high 22 digs, while Bailey Attema had 21 digs and four blocks. Heather LaFave and Brooklyn Willemssen both had nine kills for the Titans. The Titans travel to Vermillion today.

Parkston (2-12): Tiah Holzbauer served five aces, along with 16 digs and seven kills for the Trojans. Amber Albrecht served Parkston's other ace, while also adding 14 kills and 13 digs. Izzy Hohn recorded 31 assists and nine digs in the loss. The Trojans play McCook Central/Montrose on Thursday in Salem.

Colome 3, St. Francis Indian 0

COLOME-The Colome Cowgirls cruised to a straight-set victory over St. Francis Indian on Monday. Set scores were 25-23, 25-16 and 25-18.

Colome (5-5): Rayne Hemsen served four aces for the Cowgirls, along with four kills and a block. Kaydee Heath had team-highs of eight kills and eight digs, while Saydee Heath served two aces. The Cowgirls travel to Avon today.

St. Francis Indian (3-5): Stats were not reported for St. Francis Indian. The Warriors host Little Wound on Thursday.

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