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Area volleyball from Tuesday evening

In volleyball action from around our KAUS listening area from Tuesday evening, the Southland Rebels were home against the Caledonia Warriors in the Three Rivers Conference, and it was the Warriors coming away with a sweep in three sets 25-23, 25-12 and 25-9.

Kelsey Mensink tallied eight kills and two ace serves for Southland, while Larissa Goslee led the Rebels in set assists with 16.  Kylie Kiefer led the way for Southland in digs with 12, and Kayla Nelsen added six kills and 11 digs defensivley.

The Rebels are 0-4 in the Three Rivers Conference and 2-8 overall.  They are back into action Thursday night at home versus Dover/Eyota.

The LeRoy/Ostrander Cardinals were on the road at Randolph to take on the Rockets in the Southeast Conference, and the Cardinals took the first set, but Randolph swept the next three to win  21-25, 25-14, 25-18 and 25-21.

Sam Volkart led the Cardinals in kills with nine, while Sidney Lewison added six kills and 18 digs.  Nicole Freerksken led LeRoy/Ostrander in set assists with 23 while Kayden Schulte led the Cardinals in digs with 15 and Emily Hofner added 12.

LeRoy/Ostrander is now 2-5 in the SEC and 3-8 overall.  The Cardinals are back in action Thursday evening at Lyle against the Lyle/Pacelli Athletics.

Speaking of LP, the Athletics tangled with the number six team in the state in Class A, the Mabel/Canton Cougars in Lyle, and it was the Cougars moving to 14-0 overall on the season with a 25-12, 25-5 and 25-12 sweep.

The Athletics are now 0-6 in the SEC and 0-11 overall.

In another SEC matchup, the Grand Meadow Superlarks were on the road Tuesday evening against the Lions of Schaeffer Academy, and the Larks came away with a sweep by scores of 25-12, 25-12 and 25-15.

Grand Meadow had two players in double figures in kills with Riley Queensland leading the way with 18, plus she added six digs.  Hailey Hindt totaled 10 kills and Meghan Eastlee led the Larks in set assists with 17.  Isabelle Olson topped Grand Meadow in digs with 24, and Lily Hughes served up two aces for the Superlarks, who are now 5-1 in the SEC and 13-6 overall on the season.

Grand Meadow will play host to Randolph Thursday evening.

In Hayfield, the Vikings played host to the number four team in the state in Class A, the Medford Tigers in the Gopher Conference, and the Tigers earned a three-set sweep 26-24, 25-21, 25-16.

The Vikings are 1-1 in conference play and 6-5 overall, and they will be in Wells Thursday evening to take on United South Central.

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