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St. Peter will play Saturday at the St. Clair Invitational. The Cougars open district tournament play on Tuesday.

Allison Bahmuller recorded 12 kills and four blocks as Hanson downed Mitchell Christian 3-0 in a prep volleyball match on Thursday in Mitchell. Madi Eberle had 25 digs for GCMS (4-17, 2-9). Allison Zartman had three kills, Rylee Kaufman seven digs, Kendra Love four aces, Emma Spencer three aces and Sydney Morel three aces for Warsaw.

Aurora (9-13) received nine kills and 10 digs from Paxtyn Dummer.

Selah (3-1 CWAC) hosts Toppenish on Tuesday. Maddie Paxson had eight kills. Beckmann and Kunnari each had a block, while Kunnari had two aces. Ryah Richardson finished with 45 set assists while Alyssa Wilshusen had 22 digs. Kendyl Fletcher added 23 assists and 13 digs for the Indians.

Daekota Knott blocked 12 attacks and had five kills.

Gabby Straub had nine kills and seven digs, and Halle Bemmels put up 22 assists. Faith Rands recorded 31 digs and Brenna Walz had five kills and one block.

Blackhawk won the junior varsity match 13-25, 25-18, 15-11 over Manchester.

Tesa Jensen powered SCW with seven kills and three blocks. Corbin Silva added six kills with eight aces. Morgan added three aces. Also for the Tigers, Delaney Cochran had five kills. Tristan Ziebart had 19 assists and 13 digs.

Christen Hohman and Madalyn Reinhart each backed them with 14 digs, Kaitlyn Kirian clubbed 12 kills and Brooklyn Gillig had eight digs. Haley Ward had four kills and eight digs.

Ashley Gulling had four points, three kills and 12 digs for Minerva.

HARTFORD-McCook Central/Montrose rallied past West Central 3-2 in a high school volleyball match on Thursday in Hartford.

Sherrard def. Morrison 25-19, 25-16: The Fillies couldn't tame the Tigers on the road in a TRAC West contest.

AES: Ashlee Sandridge 6 kills, 3 digs, 2 blocks; Alaina Hardy 3 kills, 3 aces, 4 digs; Carolina Cordova 15 assists, 9 digs; Addie Vidrine 14 kills, 4 aces, 7 digs, 5 blocks; Katherine Broussard 6 kills, 13 digs, 13 assists, 1 block; Gabbi Tremblay 1 kill, 5 blocks; Hannah Mattke 21 digs; Lizzy Hall 14 digs. Raelyn Payne added 20 digs and Emma White 10 service points for the Minutemen (16-6, 7-4).

Riverside Christian (4-2 league) travels to Pateros on Saturday.

Baylee Robinette had 10 kills as the Lee High Generals earned an impressive 25-21, 25-17, 25-20 Mountain District victory over Gate City. River Rosales added 14 digs for the Mustangs. Kaci Haeg added three aces and two blocks for the Lumberjacks. MacKenzie Petkus notched seven digs, two kills and two assists. Set scores were 25-8, 25-13 and 25-10.

Allie Pertee put up 11 kills, 10 digs and nine aces as Rural Retreat outlasted Bland County for a 25-16, 25-10, 16-25, 20-25, 15-11 Mountain Empire District victory. White River (7-17) plays Colome on Thursday in White River.

West wins: Jordan Walker's two first-half goals propelled Normal West to a 3-1 Big 12 victory over Champaign Central at Normal. Kortney Harpestad finished with 21 assists.

Nicole Ebelling had eight kills and three ace serves, and Kayla Oeltjenbruns had 16 assists and seven digs. Delani Fahey added 18 set assists.

For Lisbon, Kimmi Wiggers had eight kills and nine digs.

Avon (9-9) plays at Freeman on Thursday.

CALCUTTA - Beaver Local's volleyball team spiked Harrison Central 25-15, 25-10, 25-17 on Thursday. Hailey Flowers had 11 kills, Maddie McCunn 16 assists and Courtney Heffren 14 digs to lead the Hornets (22-6, 11-0). Hannah Hayes added nine points and 35 assists.

Settles was one of three Fostoria players to attain a double-double, recording 40 kills, 10 digs, and two blocks as the Redmen knocked off the Bulldogs 25-13, 25-16, 21-25, 25-21.

McCade Brown added an insurance goal in the second half for the Wildcats (12-6-1, 5-1-1) with Parker Theobald contributing two assists. Meaghan Nixon had 15 kills, while Greta Cartwright had 36 assists.

Carlie Wise had 10 kills and four aces, and Cami Dahms added six kills and four aces for the Lady Cougars.

Salem won the jayvee match 25-12, 31-29.

Pullman 3, Clarkston 0: Madison Shearer posted 11 kills with three blocks to lead Pullman (5-0) over visiting Clarkson (1-7) in three sets (25-23, 25-17, 25-22). Megan Warnke had 14 kills, 13 digs and two blocks, while Jaslee Kerner had 13 digs and two aces for Gregory.

Carey (15-3), ranked 12th, dropped to 10-3 in N10 play, and remained in second place in the conference standings. Gregory (10-9) plays at Colome on Tuesday.

In the third match, Adams Central topped Arcadia-Loup City 25-17, 24-26, 25-19.

Aleah Wight anchored the Hawks' defense with nine digs, and had an assist. Teddi Kinsey had six kills.

The Redmen improved to 14-6, 8-4 in the Northern Buckeye Conference. Howard (6-13) plays at Baltic on October 17.

Ridgeview bests Fisher: Mya Tinsley notched eight kills and nine aces in Ridgeview's 25-16, 25-18 win at Fisher. Katie Kepner chipped in with four digs and two blocks for the Cardinals. Lexi Jochums had 11 digs and nine assists for Fieldcrest (12-10, 5-6). For Gayville-Volin, Lanny Clark had 25 kills and 29 digs and Molly Larson had 34 digs.

Ellensburg hosts Ephrata on Tuesday. Gayville-Volin (4-14) plays Canton on Tuesday in Gayville.

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