GAYVILLE — Burke won its 17th match in a row as the Cougars took down Gayville-Volin in a four-set match Tuesday night. Set scores were 25-22, 21-25, 25-20 and 25-12.
Burke (23-5): Adisyn Indahl had 24 kills and 28 digs, while Kailee Frank had 14 kills and 20 digs. Ava Sargent had 20 assists and 13 digs and Elly Witt had 19 assists. Paige Bull added three blocks and Elle Johnson added 28 digs. Kate Weborg had four ace serves. The Cougars compete at the Southeast South Dakota Conference Tournament hosted by Wagner on Oct. 23.
Gayville-Volin (18-8): Molly Larson had 17 kills and 29 digs, while Jadyn Hubbard had 15 kills and 17 digs. Keeley Larson added 33 assists and three ace serves, while Taylor Hoxeng had 30 digs. The Raiders travel to Avon on Oct. 25.
Platte-Geddes 3, Kimball/White Lake 0
PLATTE — Platte-Geddes picked up a straight-set win over Kimball/White Lake on Tuesday night. Set scores were 25-13, 25-23 and 25-13.
Platte-Geddes (23-4): Cadence VanZee had 12 kills and 12 digs while Karly VanDerWerff had 11 kills and eight digs. Regan Hoffman had 10 kills and seven digs while Avery DeVries had 23 assists, nine digs and four ace serves. Baleigh Nachtigal added 10 digs and Hadley Hanson added 12 digs. The Black Panthers compete at the Southeast South Dakota Conference Tournament hosted by Wagner on Oct. 23.
Kimball/White Lake (14-10): Ryann Nielsen had eight kills, 11 assists and eight digs. Dani Deffenbaugh six kills and 10 digs while Madison Heath added 12 digs. The Wildkats host Wessington Springs on Oct. 22.
Iroquois/Doland 3, Mitchell Christian 0
Behind 12 aces, Iroquois/Doland earned a road win Tuesday night over Mitchell Christian in a battle of Class B foes. Set scores were 25-15, 25-11 and 25-14.
Iroquois/Doland (5-19): Becca Bich had 11 kills to lead I/D, with six kills, 10 digs and two aces from Katie Dubro. Harley Nelson had 11 assists, 10 digs, five kills and three aces and Lexi Burma had four aces in the victory. I/D is at De Smet on Oct. 22.
Mitchell Christian (2-15): Whisper Eben had four kills and 16 digs, with Madelyn Nebelsick and Mandy Lienemann each posting seven digs for the Golden Eagles, who are at Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Oct. 22.
Wagner 3, Winner 0
WAGNER — Wagner picked up a straight-set win over Winner on Tuesday night. Set scores were 25-12, 25-16 and 25-21.
Wagner (21-4): Emma Yost had eight kills, nine digs and three ace serves while Madi Knebel Avari Bruguier had nine kills. Madi Knebel had 13 digs and two ace serves while Macy Koupal had 29 assists. Kya Kjeldgaard had a match-high seven blocks. The Red Raiders host the Southeast South Dakota Conference Tournament on Oct. 23.
Winner (13-11): Ellie Brozik had nine kills, eight assists and two ace serves. Libbie Petersek had five kills and Lexi Klein had 10 assists. The Warriors compete at the Southeast South Dakota Conference Tournament hosted by Wagner on Oct. 23.
Corsica-Stickney 3, Avon 0
AVON — Corsica-Stickney earned its 10th win of the season in a tough three-set match on the road on Tuesday. Set scores were 32-30, 25-23 and 25-21.
Corsica-Stickney (10-13): Rachel Gerlach had 10 kills and seven digs while Morgan Clites had eight kills and 19 digs. Avery Broughton had seven kills and four blocks, Sutten Eide had 28 assists and 12 digs, and Casey Tolsma had 15 digs. Payton DeLange also had seven kills, seven digs and two ace serves. The Jaguars host Scotland on Oct. 22.
Avon (16-8): Tiffany Pelton had 17 kills and three blocks while McKenna Kocmich had 28 assists and 11 digs. Courtney Sees had eight kills, 13 digs and three ace serves while Sam Brodeen had six kills and six assists. Makayla Kopp added five digs and two aces. The Pirates travel to Menno on Oct. 22.
Parkston 3, Bon Homme 1
TYNDALL — Parkston dropped the first set before winning three straight sets to take down Bon Homme on Tuesday. Set scores were 26-28, 25-12, 25-19 and 25-15.
Parkston (16-12): Allison Ziebart had 14 kills, 14 digs and three ace serves while Brielle Bruening had 11 kills, 13 digs and three blocks. Mya Nuebel had six kills and 18 digs while Gracie Oakley had seven kills and two blocks. Faith Oakley added 36 assists and 18 digs, along with three ace serves while Baylee Schoenfelder added 18 digs. The Trojans compete at the Southeast South Dakota Conference Tournament hosted by Wagner on Oct. 23.
Bon Homme (8-16): Olivia Bures had 15 kills and blocks while Erin Heusinkveld had six kills and nine digs. Jaden Kortan had 23 assists, five digs and two ace serves while Jurni Vavruska had five digs and two ace serves. The Cavaliers host Avon on Oct. 26.
Freeman 3, Hanson 0
FREEMAN — Freeman picked up a three-set volleyball match victory over Hanson on Tuesday night. Set scores were 25-19, 25-22 and 25-17.
Freeman (16-9): Kate Miller had 22 kills and 14 digs while Erin Uecker had 11 kills and 22 digs. Ava Ammann had a match-high 32 assists, along with a match-high 26 digs while Lily Wipf had 17 digs and two ace serves. Ashlin Jacobsen had 20 digs and three ace serves while Cami Fransen added 17 digs. The Flyers travel to Canistota on Oct. 25.
Hanson (5-20): Annalyse Weber had eight kills and 15 digs while Avery Moschell had eight kills and two blocks. Jalyn Kampshoff added 18 assists and nine blocks while Erin Dewald added 14 digs and Taylor Schroeder added 11 of her own. Hanson hosts Viborg-Hurley on Oct. 22.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton 3, Tri-Valley 0
MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon/Plankinton earned a home win over Class A foe Tri-Valley Tuesday night. Set scores were 25-12, 25-21 and 30-28.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton (16-5): Maria Baker had 16 kills, 14 digs and three aces for the Titans, who had 31 assists from Shyla Tobin and two blocks from Nyomi Mahrt. MVP competes at the Southeast South Dakota Conference Tournament hosted by Wagner on Oct. 23.
Tri-Valley (0-21): Lauren Grinde and Navaeh Grann each had five kills for the Mustangs, who had two aces from Hannah West and Ally Haggie, with Haggie adding 12 digs. T-V hosts Tea Area on Oct. 22.
JVC 3, Wessington Springs 1
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — James Valley Christian earned a 281 Conference victory in four sets Tuesday night.
James Valley Christian (9-13): Brenna Held had 18 kills and 31 digs, with 27 digs from Colleen Wipf. Karilyn Wieting had 30 assists in the win. The Vikings are next at a triangular with Freeman Academy/Marion hosted by Mitchell Christian on Oct. 26.
Wessington Springs (13-15): Raylee Fagerhaug had three aces and 26 digs in the loss, with Alyssa Grohs adding 22 digs and 29 assists. Avery Orth had 11 kills and three blocks, with Sarah Poncelow adding seven kills and two aces. The Spartans travel to Kimball/White Lake on Oct. 22.
Highmore-Harrold 3, Lyman 0
HIGHMORE — Highmore-Harrold beat Lyman in a high school volleyball match at home on Tuesday night. Set scores were 25-11, 25-6 and 25-8.
Highmore-Harrold (16-9): Letha Jessen had nine kills and Grace Knox had seven kills and seven ace serves. Kenidey Effling had seven digs, Brooke Palmer had six digs and Emilee Schied had three ace serves. Courtney Moser added 18 assists and Brooklyn Baloun added five assists. The Pirates travel to Stanley County on Oct. 22.
Lyman (3-23): Statistics for Lyman were not provided. The Raiders travel to Chamberlain on Oct. 25.
SCW 3, Hitchcock-Tulare 0
HITCHCOCK — Sanborn Central/Woonsocket picked up its 21st win of the season by defeating Hitchcock-Tulare in straight sets on Tuesday night. Set scores were 25-23, 25-13 and 25-16.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (21-4): Brooke Doering had 13 kills and two ace serves while Trista White had 10 kills and 15 digs. Teya Moody had 26 assists, Dayton Easton had 13 digs, and Trista White had three ace serves. The Blackhawks travel to Bridgewater-Emery on Oct. 22.
Hitchcock-Tulare (10-14): Katelyn Schroeder had 10 kills, 19 digs and two ace serves while Shandi Chasing Hawk had 21 assists and 11 digs. The Pirates travel to Sully Buttes on Oct. 22.