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Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Bethlehem Academy Volleyball wins in 4 sets

The New Richland-Heartland-Ellendale-Geneva Panthers were leading 19-13 in the fourth set at home against Class A No. 4 Bethlehem Academy but were unable to finish them off. was.

The Cardinals came from behind, winning the set 25-23 and winning the match-3 set 1-1 to remain undefeated in the Gopher Conference.

BA won the first two sets 25-16, 25-17 before a mistake-filled third set led to a 25-17 win for the Panthers.

NRHEG jumped to a 12-6 lead, partly due to more Cardinals mistakes. In fact, half of the points came from Bethlehem Academy’s mistakes when the Panthers were leading 22-19 in the fourth set.

I’ve been asked why I broadcast this match on the radio, because I expected it to be an interesting match because NRHEG have good players who know how to win.

In the first two sets, the Panthers took an early lead and hung over the Cardinals until about double-digit time.

Bethlehem Academy were very efficient in winning the first set with 13 kills led by senior Lindsay Hanson for 4 with 4 errors on my very informal ledger.

Senior setter Reagan Kangus made two dumps for points and added two more before nightfall. One was perfectly timed as her team appeared to be heading into the fifth set.

BA in the second set successfully placed the ball off-speed into a hole in the NRHEG defense. A set led by Hanson’s six gave the Cardinals 15 kills.

The Panthers were led by senior Erin Jacobson, who had eight kills in the first two sets.

In set 3, NRHEG scored 11 kills and 5 errors while BA scored 6 kills and 12 errors.

Set 4 began similarly, with the Cardinals’ off-speed offense becoming less effective and errors creeping in.

I remember Bethlehem Academy had 11 errors on the scorepad when the Panthers were leading 22-20. The set ended with 15 kills and 12 errors for the Cardinals and 10 kills and 9 errors for NRHEG.

Cashwise Foods and Pharmacy of Owatonna Delivery of the Match was a performance by NRHEG Senior 5’10 Erin Jacobson. Got 14 kills on her during her match. Many of her swings were from behind the offensive line.

The players in Malecha’s Auto Body Faribault Crunch Time match were Reagan Kangas, Lindsay Hanson and Jayden Lang.

Senior libero Sidney Schultz has made many extraordinary bargains during a Panthers game, which recently announced that two sets of twins will be featured on the homecoming court of six girls and six men. did.

More NRHEG Volleyball Seniors.Photo by Gordy Cosfeld

More NRHEG Volleyball Seniors.Photo by Gordy Cosfeld

Five of the six Queen candidates are from the Panthers volleyball team: Bailey and Bree Arke, Tatum and Trinity Smith-Vulcan (both twins), Sidney Schultz and Eva Wayne.

King contenders include Maverick Buertel, Wyatt Grosskreutz, Makota Misgen, Charlie Nissen, Andrew Phillips and Sawyer Prige.

In other Gopher Conference matches:

Kenyon-Wanamingo put Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton into the club at Castle 25-9, 25-18, 25-21. Tessa Erlandson led the offense with his 12 kills and the Knights had 13 aces on his serve.

Carmen Nellison finished with seven ace serves for KW. The Knights finished the game with 34 kills, 24 digs and 34 set assists.

The Knights’ only defeat in the conference so far was against Bethlehem Academy.

Waterville-Elysian-Morristown remained undefeated in Gopher Conference play with a 3–2 loss against the Tritons at the Dodge Center.

The Tritons won the first set 25-23, the Buccaneers won the second 25-9, the Cobras won the third 25-21, and WEM won the sets 25-18, 15-10.

Alayna Atherton led the Buccaneers offense percentage with .341 and had 20 kills. Claire Bohlen batting .271 with 19 kills.

Waterville-Elysian-Morristown had 17 ace serves led by Ashlyn Perrant on 8.

The Buccaneers defense was relentless with 111 digs. His six players led by Josie Volkmann with his 24 scored his double-digit digs. Addison Condon added 23 and Bohlen added 22.

Other scores included five set matches.

  • Mankato West 3 Faribault 2
  • Northfield 3 Owatonna 0 score 25-7, 13, 15. The Raiders had 16 ace serves.
  • The new Prague 3 Kasson-Mantleville 2 KoMets won the first two sets 25-16, 27-25 before the Trojans won the next three sets 25-15, 16, 15-13.
  • Lakeville North 3 Burnsville 0
  • John Marshall 3 Albert Lee 0
  • Lakeville South 3 Farmington 0
  • Shakopee 3 Rosemount 2
  • Prior Lake 3 Eastview 2
  • Hayfield 3 Medford 0
  • Lanesborough 3 Lyle Parsley 0
  • Alden Conger 3 Nicolette 0
  • Cleveland 3 West Martin County 0
  • Fillmore Central 3 Rashford Peterson 2
  • Chatfield 3 Lewiston-Altura 0
  • Randolph 3 United South Central 0
  • Rochester Mayo 3 Mankato East 0
  • Grenville Emmons 3 Shafer Academy 1
  • Spring Grove 3 Grand Meadow 0

Get all the scores from the area or help check them out here.

This is an interesting trivia.

Look: This is the richest town in each state

Just mention the names of these towns and images of mansions, luxury cars and fancy restaurants immediately come to mind. Read on to see which towns in your state earned the title of richest place and which had the highest median income in the country. It may be on.

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