New Olm 4, Vermont 3
New Ulm – Bryn Nesfold New Ulm hoisted a hat-trick to a 4-3 win over Vermont on Tuesday night in the girls’ soccer game at the Big South Conference.
Nesvold’s first goal came with a assist from Kaelen Eikinger, while her second goal was unaided. Her third goal was the match-winning goal and was once again assisted by Ekinger who scored the third goal of the match with a assist from Kniesfold.
Ari Dreyer has five saves in the net for the Eagles.
New Ulm (3-6-1) plays in Mankato West at 7 pm on Thursday.
SESM 3, MVL 1
SLEEPY EYE – Sleepy St. Mary defeated Minnesota Valley Lutheran 24-26, 25-21, 27-25, 25-19 Tuesday in a volleyball game at the Tomahawk Conference.
Isabella Hoffman of Saint Mary’s has 21 assists, 14 drills and 12 kills. Allie Labat had 19 assists, 11 holes, 12 kills, one block and four ace hits. Jenica Schroepfer added 14 digs, three blocks, three kills, and two ace dispatches. Lacey Matthews had nine holes and two aces.
Kerigan Brau had 27 pass groups, nine holes, and three charge blocks. Ava Monson had 12 kills and seven blocks, Ella Hunter had 31 digs, and Ava Monson added 12 kills and seven blocks. Becca Kuck added 11 pits, nine kills and two blocks, and Olivia Waller added seven pits, four blocks and assists.
St. Mary’s (4-0, 10-1) will travel to Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stuart on Thursday. MVL (0-10, 0-3) will host Cedar Mountain on Thursday.
Cedar Mountain 3, Springfield 0
SPRINGFIELD – Cedar Mountain swept Springfield 25-15, 25-9, 25-17 Tuesday in a volleyball game at the Tomahawk Conference.
Hilly Holler led 19 excavations and 13 kills. Theresa Larsen has eight kills and Nadia Myers has 23 assists and seven kills. Mykenna Vollmer added 18 holes.
Springfield’s Gayle Reichert had 18 assists and Brie Rasmussen added 10 times.
CM (8-3, 2-1) will play the Minnesota Valley Lutheran (0-10, 0-3) on Thursday. Springfield (1-5) will play at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Winthrop against Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop.
Wabasu 3, GFW 0
WABASO – Wabasso swept Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop 25-6, 26-21, 25-20 Tuesday night in a volleyball game at the Tomahawk Conference.
Avery Carlson led the Rabbits to win with 10 kills and 14 pits, Alevia Olson scored 9 kills, Lily Kittelson scored seven kills and three singles hits, and Kelsey Frank had 25 assists and 13 pits. Sarah Carlson added nine holes for Babasso, while Addisen Hellesheim had three aces.
GFW was led by Brynn Busse with nine kills, 11 assists and 10 holes, Taylor Schaffer had six kills and two blocks, Halle Bleick had six kills and two blocks, Katelyn Beranek had 12 assists and Alexei Henningson had two sets.
GFW is hosting Springfield Thursday night to play the conference, while Wabasso is at Sleepy Eye for a conference meeting Thursday night.
Jordan 3, East Sibley 0
Jordan swept Sibley East 25-13, 25-15, 25-17 Tuesday night in a non-conference volleyball game.
Jessica Walter led the Wolverines in the loss with nine kills and two blocks, Anna Harrens had 10 holes and nine assists, Elizabeth Seale had three kills, and Karsen Dawes had three kills.
Sibley East (1-5) hosts Leicester Prairie on Thursday.
Waseca 7, New Ulm 0
Waseka – Waseka defeated New Ulm 7-0 on Tuesday in the Big South Conference girls’ tennis meet.
The Eagles return home Thursday when they host the Blue Earth for a 4:30 p.m. meet.
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