VOLLEYBALL

BIG NINE CONFERENCE

Paige Decker had 11 kills and Megan Lund had 28 set assists and six ace serves as Century swept Austin 3-0.

HIAWATHA VALLEY LEAGUE

Peyton Krause had nine kills as Stewartville swept past Lourdes 3-0.

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Whittney Deno had 20 kills, Annika Larson had 19 kills and Maddie Converwe had 52 set assists as Kasson-Mantorville slipped past Zumbrota-Mazeppa 3-1. Rylee Nelson had kills, 16 set assists and 16 digs for Z-M and Lola Wagner had 27 digs.

Clara Hoegh finished with five kills, 33 assists and 10 digs, Gabrielle Gartner had 12 kills, six digs, four blocks, three aces and Alexis Nelson finished with 11 kills and 10 digs as Byron swept Lake City 3-0.

Anika Schafer had 27 assists and nine digs as Goodhue came back from 2-1 deficit to knock off Pine Island in five sets. Paige Yetzer finished with 29 assists and 10 digs for Pine Island.

THREE RIVERS CONFERENCE

Ava McCready tallied 19 assists, one block and four aces to help Dover-Eyota to their first Three Rivers win with a sweep of PEM.

Lauren Mensink finished with eight kills, 25 assists, 12 digs, .5 block, 3 aces to lead Fillmore Central to a sweep of Winona Cotter.

Sophie Graner had kills, 18 set assists and three ace serves as Wabasha-Kellogg topped St. Charles 3-0. Eva Anderson had 21 set assists for St. Charles.

Zayda Priebe finished with 18 kills, 4 digs and 2 aces, while Peyton Berg 10 added 10 kills, 19 digs and four aces as Chatfield knocked off La Crescent-Hokah in four sets.

GOPHER CONFERENCE

Stella Rechtzigel had 13 kills and Josi Quam had seven kills, 21 assists and 14 digs in Kenyon-Wanamingo's 3-1 loss to Faribault Bethlehem Academy.

GIRLS TENNIS

BIG NINE CONFERENCE

Paige Sargent won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 1 singles and Century didn't drop a single set in topping Austin 7-0.

HIAWATHA VALLEY LEAGUE

• Lourdes swept the singles, getting wins from Ryann Witter, Ana Medina, Caroline Daly and Erin Witter en route to beating Lake City 5-2.

BOYS SOCCER

BIG NINE CONFERENCE

Max Comfere scored three goals, Noah Gjervik added two goals and two assists, and Charlie Odell had three saves in goal for the shutout as Century blanked Austin 6-0.

Nathan Kopecky scored a pair of goals and added an assist as John Marshall knocked off Albert Lea 4-0.

HIAWATHA VALLEY LEAGUE

Charlie Young had two goals and two assists and McKaid Schotzko also scored two goals as Lourdes defeated Lake City 6-1.

THREE RIVERS CONFERENCE

Wyatt Farrell netted a goal along with an assist to lead La Crescent-Hokah to a 3-0 victory over Plainview-Elgin-Millville. Nathan Elias finished with 19 saves in net for the Bulldogs.

HIAWATHA VALLEY LEAGUE

• Byron recorded 39 shots on goal in their 11-1 victory over Stewartville. Dylan Yennie made 23 saves in goal for Stewartville.

GIRLS SOCCER

BIG NINE CONFERENCE

Jordan Clark had five saves in goal and Makayla Ziegler had a goal and an assist as John Marshall nipped Albert Lea 2-1.

Maya Basnvat netted two first half goals to lift the Spartans to their first victory of the season with a 2-1 win over Mankato East.

Addie Clarey had four goals and Jordan Nowicki had three goals and two assists as Century blasted Austin 8-0.

Kiley House had three goals and three assists as set a program record for six points in a match as Pine Island/Zumbrota-Mazeppa toppled Cannon Falls 11-0. Brynne Kelley, Katrina Sortland and Elena Hartung all had two goals for PIZM.

NON-CONFERENCE

Allie Restovich had two goals and an assist and Becca Cook also had two goals for Lourdes in a 10-0 victory over Triton/Hayfield/Kenyon-Wanamingo.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

BLOOMING PRAIRIE INVITATIONAL

• Pine Island’s Braxton Osterhaus finished first in the five-team Blooming Prairie Invitational with a time of 17:53.9. Blooming Prairie’s Hosea Baker was second with an 18:54.5 time. Pine Island won the meet with 19 points. Blooming Prairie was second with a distant 76.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

BLOOMING PRAIRIE INVITATIONAL

• Pine Island’s Brooklyn Radke was second, and teammates Olivia Levi, River Weisgerber and Brooklyn Horton were third, fifth and sixth, respectively, in leading their team to a first-place finish in the five-team Blooming Prairie Invitational. Austin Pacelli’s Kirsten Koopal was first overall in 20:16.0.