Monday, Sept. 23. Weekend Results 23 Sep 13

Monday, Sept. 23. Weekend Results:

 Volleyball:

 GFW at Sibley East VB tourney 9-21-13

 GFW over Nicollet 25-19, 25-21

NYA over GFW 25-23, 25-16

GFW over NewUlmPublic 25-13 25-22

Sibley East over GFW 25-20,19-25, 15-7

 Stat leaders for GFW on the day were:

 Kills:  Erin McDurmont 30, Morgan Wenninger 15, Katelyn Seehafer 10 and Korine Schuette 10, Carolin Goebel 8

 Set Assists:  Morgan Wenninger 41, Claire Leitheiser 37

 Digs:  Halley Busse 51, Steph Palmer 41 and Morgan Wenninger 26

 Blocks:  Katelyn Seehafer 8, Erin McDurmont 6, Morgan Wenninger 6,  Carolin Goebel 2

 Serving:  Claire Leitheiser 36/36/6, Morgan Wenninger 34/35/5, Katelyn Seehafer 28/30/1,  Steph Palmer 16/16 an Halley Busse 21/25

 

Apple ValleyTournament

 Consolation Round

Waconia def. Shakopee 25-23, 19-25, 15-11

 Semifinal

Blainedef.Marshall 25-20, 25-27, 15-12

Eagandef. Chaska 25-21, 25-22

 9th place

Waconia def.Alexandria 24-26, 25-21, 20-18

 Championship

Eagandef.Blaine 22-25, 25-22, 15-7

 

SOCCER (Boys)

Waconia 4, Chaska 0 F

SOCCER (Girls)

  Chaska 4, Waconia 0 F

 

College FB

 Ridgewater College had all things going its way for homecoming.

At the front end, theFergusFalls’ long-snapper gift wrapped nine points for the hosts in the game’s first five minutes and the Warriors were on the way to a commanding 37-7 victory at Hodapp Field.

TheWillmarcollege outgained the Spartans 349-210 in yards.

Rochesterand Ridgewater are now the only two undefeated teams in the MIAC South withNorthlandCollegebeating Minnesota West 33-13 and the Yellowjackets toppingCentralLakes48-21 Saturday.

The Warriors are atWorthingtonto play the Bluejays (3-1) at 1:30 p.m. next Saturday.

  

College VB

 The Ridgewater Lady Warriors sacked Riverland Community College 25-10, 25-20, 25-13 on Saturday afternoon to improve to 5-1 in the MCAC South and 10-4 overall.

The win moves the Lady Warriors closer to qualifying for the regional tournament.

Ridgewater kill leaders against Riverland (1-4, 1-13) during its Homecoming match were Tracy Braaten with 9, Tegan VanMoer with 7 and Jen Puncochar and Hailey Osland with 5 each. Tiffany Karbo had 30 assists to launch the offense.