Kasson-Mantorville tested itself against the best high school volleyball teams in the state and came away with a 10th-place finish Saturday at the Eagle Invitational at Apple Valley.

K-M lost in the ninth-place match in two games against Tracy-Milroy-Balaton. K-M was ranked No. 1 in Class AA, and Tracy-Milroy-Balaton was No. 3 in Class AA.

The KoMets advanced to the ninth-place match with a 2-1 win against Hibbing, which is ranked No. 5 in AAA.

Marshall, the top-ranked team in Class AAA, won the championship in two games over Jackson County Central, ranked No. 4 in AA. Chaska, No. 2 in AAA, took third with a 2-1 win over Fosston, No. 2 in A.

Mabel-Canton went 5-0 at a tournament in Decorah, Iowa. M-C, ranked No. 4 in Class A, won three matches by 2-0 scores and two by 2-1 scores. All of the opponent teams were from Iowa or Wisconsin.



Rochester Century won its second invitational this season, capturing the Virginia Invitational on Saturday. The Panthers beat a pair of Virginia teams, both by 5-2 scores, and beat Maple Grove 6-1.

Cross country

Seyfu Hassan finished 11th in the massive Eagle (Apple Valley) Invitational, leading his Rochester John Marshall boys team to a seventh-place finish. Edina won the meet.

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