Prep Results: Tigers Boys, Girls Take First At Ortonville 26 Sep 17

Brett Miller, KMRS/KKOK Sports Director

VOLLEYBALL
Wheaton/Herman-Norcross 3, Breckenridge 2
BRECKENRIDGE – The Wheaton/Herman-Norcross Warriors survived a five-set battle with Breckenridge 25-14, 25-20, 23-25, 22-25, 15-9 on Monday night from Breckenridge.
After dominating the first two sets, the Warriors dropped the next two as the teams battled back-n-forth, before the Warriors were able to finish with strong defense and hitting from multiple players to take the decisive fifth set.
Briona Edwards led with 16 kills, Maycee Tollifson added 10, and Scout Cronen tallied 27 assists and six aces for the Warriors who are now 11-3. Breckenridge fell to 14-4.

West Central Area 3, Brandon-Evansville 0
EVANSVILLE – The West Central Area Knights came ready to play and took advantage of inopportune mistakes by Brandon-Evansville for a 25-19, 25-22, 25-14 win on Monday.
Coach Kelly Olson said his squad made too many mental mistakes and were lacking defensively because they were out of sort on offense. Allie Satterlie racked up nine kills and 10 digs while Madison Quinn had 21 assists as the Chargers fall to 7-8. The Knights are now 5-7.

Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley 3, Ashby 0
GRACEVILLE – Coming off a week in which they earned a big win over their rivals, and took first at the Parkers Prairie tournament, the CGB Wolverines continued to roll with a sweep of Ashby on Monday 25-18, 25-7, 25-10.
Marlie Maanum was a perfect 17-17 serving with two aces and 13 digs, Tylaina Issendorf was 24-25 also with two aces and 24 assists. Emma Botker led with 15 kills, Callie Vold added seven with 11 digs.
The Wolverines are now 6-2 on the season, the Arrows fall to 2-9.

CROSS COUNTRY
Ortonville Meet
ORTONVILLE – The Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta Tigers took both boys and girls team crowns at the Ortonville cross country meet on Monday.
Noah Stewart took first place to lead the boys who had five top ten finishers. Following Stewart was Tate Nelson, Solomon Johnson, and Ben Hernandez in third, fourth, and fifth. Tyler Reimers took ninth.
Meredith Carrington took second for the girls who placed six in the top ten. After Carrington, Malory Anderson took third with Kaylie Raths, Crystal Nohl, Isabel Fynboh and Caryn Marty taking sixth-ninth.  
The Border West girls took third as a team and were led by Emma Schmidt who finished fourth. The Buccaneer boys were fifth with Michael Haukos finishing 13th.

For complete boys results, click HERE

For complete girls results, click HERE