volleyball

JCC 3, Pipestone Area 1

JACKSON – Maci Farmer made a perfect 20v20 serve for Jackson County Central in a four-set volleyball win against Big South Conference opponents Pipestone Area.

Farmer also had 48 set assists, five kills, and five digs when JCC won 25-10, 25-15, 24-26, 25-17.

Emma Haren of the Huskies was 24 to 26 with six aces. She led her team with 11 kills. Teammate Sadie Voss had 23 digs and was 15-for-20 serve with six aces. Georgianna Wenzel added three blocks, 13 digs, and six kills for JCC.

The win brought the Huskies to 16-3 that season.

RRC 3, MLA / C 0

LAMBERTON – The Red Rock Central Falcons beat Mountain Lake Area / Comfrey 3-0. RRC won 25-23, 25-13 and 25-22.

RRCs Karli Arkell served for 14 points and also had 15 kills and 15 digs. Josie Horning had 10 points with nine kills.

During the three sets, Lilly Stavnes landed with 16 digs. Teammate Emily DeCock had 11 digs and 12 set assists while Nora Hemmingsen had 16 set assists.

Edgerton 3, W-WG 0

WESTBROOK – Edgerton Flying Dutchmen’s Reece Wassink had a great night serve bringing in 22 of 23 Grove chargers with three aces.

The scores were 25-17, 25-23, and 25-14.

Edgerton leader Brenalyn Smit served 14 out of 17 with an ace, Emma Schoolmeester went 9 out of 9 and Mateya Gilbertson 7 out of 7 with 17 digs. Alyda Vande Griend had 13 kills and six blocks while Haley Wieck had eight kills.

Addeson Jenniges of the Chargers scored 14 out of 15 plus 2 aces and 20 assists, while teammate Isabella Rentschler scored 22 throws. Natalie Wahl ended with 12 kills and 2 aces. Kelsey DeSmith had nine kills with 11 digs.

Girls soccer

Waseca 1, Worthington 0

WORTHINGTON – Lightning interrupted Worthington’s game by visiting Waseca in a game that only had one half. As trouble brewed in the sky, officials could wait for the first half to end to turn it into an official competition.

The Trojans played well, said Worthington head coach Emily Ahlquist. But at the start of the competition it looked like it could be a long night for the home team.

“You actually met in the first minute and a half. So I say, ‘Oh, boy …’ “Ahlquist said.

But it got better.

“The girls were ready to go tonight. They did the rest of the half really well. (Waseca) didn’t get many shots on goal. We stopped their shots before they happened. We even took a few recordings ourselves, which was kind of nice, ”said Ahlquist.

Boys soccer

Worthington 5, Waseca 0

WASECA – Worthington Trojans boys’ soccer team continued their stellar defense Thursday night, knocking out hosts Waseca 5-0.

In an earlier game that year with the Bluejays, the Trojans scored a 12-0 win.

Worthington, the fourth-placed AA class boys team in the state, advanced to 13-0 with the win. The Trojans only allowed four goals this fall.