VOLLEYBALL

BIG NINE CONFERENCE

Lilly Meister finished with eight kills, seven digs and four blocks but John Marshall fell in three sets to Mankato West.

HIAWATHA VALLEY LEAGUE

Annika Larson had 14 kills, seven digs, Whittney Deno added 12 kills, six digs and Abby Distad finished with 34 assists to help pace Kasson-Mantorville to a sweep of Goodhue. Tori Miller had eight kills and 19 digs for the Wildcats.

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Clara Hoegh helped run Bryon's win streak to 12 as she tallied 23 assists to go along with nine digs in the Bears' sweep of Lourdes. Gabrielle Gartner led Byron -- ranked fifth in state Class 3A -- with 12 kills. Lindsey Rossow had 10 kills for Lourdes.

THREE RIVERS CONFERENCE

Anna Hennessy recorded 15 kills and four blocks, while Elise Sommer tallied 24 assists to go along with five aces as Lewiston-Altura swept St. Charles. Lauryn Deiger had 18 digs for the Saints.

NON-CONFERENCE

Sophie Graner finished with 19 kills, 14 assists, four aces and two blocks to help lead Wabasha-Kellogg to four-set victory over Austin.

Sophie Andring and Ava McCready both were impressive offensively and defensively for Dover-Eyota. Andring tallied 16 kills and 19 digs, while McCready finished with 20 assists, 15 digs and five aces to lead the Eagles to a sweep of Blooming Prairie.

Bailey Johnson finished with 15 kills, 14 digs, five blocks and five aces as Southland won in four sets over Schaeffer Academy.

GIRLS TENNIS

NON-CONFERENCE

Nandini Iyer won 6-1, 6-0 at No. 3 singles and Mayo won all four singles matches in a 5-2 victory over Lourdes.

BOYS SOCCER

NON-CONFERENCE

Luke Faint scored in the first half for the game's only goal as Lakeville South held off Century 1-0. Charlie Odell finished with five saves in goal for Century.

McKaid Schotzko scored just 6:30 into the game and Evan Leeser had four saves for his first shutout as Lourdes nipped Dover-Eyota 1-0.

GIRLS SOCCER

NON-CONFERENCE

Addison Lange made five saves for the shutout and Becca Cook scored two goals as Lourdes blanked Albert Lea 3-0.