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Wagner wins SESD tournament

PLATTE--The Wagner volleyball team won the Southeast South Dakota Conference tournament on Saturday in Platte. The Red Raiders topped Bon Homme 2-1 in the championship match to earn the title. Set scores were 25-15, 27-25 and 25-22. In the semifi...

PLATTE-The Wagner volleyball team won the Southeast South Dakota Conference tournament on Saturday in Platte.

The Red Raiders topped Bon Homme 2-1 in the championship match to earn the title.

Set scores were 25-15, 27-25 and 25-22.

In the semifinals, Wagner beat Platte-Geddes 2-0 (25-17, 25-16) and Bon Homme topped Mount Vernon/Plankinton (25-21, 25-20).

Wagner went a perfect 6-0 in the tournament beating Parkston, Chamberlain, Bon Homme and Burke/South Central in round robin play.

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Bon Homme went 4-2 with both losses coming to Wagner. The Cavaliers beat Chamberlain, Burke/South Central and Parkston.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton went 4-1 in the tournament, winning all four round robin games. The Titans beat Gregory, Scotland, Platte-Geddes and Winner before falling to Bon Homme in the semifinals.

Ten teams competed in the event.

No individual stats were reported, but Mount Vernon/Plankinton setter Mikayla Weiss picked up her 2,000th career assist during the tournament.

Weiss was also named to the SESD All-Tournament team along with her teammate Makaela Karst. Wagner's Ali Kuca, Emily Brunsing and Rachel Dion, Bon Homme's Alie Adams and Jeni Schmidt, Platte-Geddes' Alexis Peterson and Hallie Hallock, Winner's Sydney Fritz, Burke/South Central's Allison Sebern, Parkston's Halli Heisinger, Scotland's Alexis DeBoer, Chamberlain's Paige Reuer and Gregory's Maddie Ecklund were named to the team.

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