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VOLLEYBALL

Four coaches and the athletic director from the University of Minnesota were in Rochester on Tuesday for a Coaches Caravan event.
Sport comes up one vote short in Thursday's MSHSL representative assembly.
Pending Kasson-Mantorville school board approval, Larry Hegerle will be the KoMets' next head volleyball coach. Hegerle had previously spent 18 years in that position before giving it up following the 2013 season.
The Winona State athletics department has to be feeling very good about itself after having reeled in star athletes Justin Wohlers (Lake City), Malia Nelson (Dover-Eyota) and Jaci Winchell (Cannon Falls) the last two days as recruits in football, basketball and volleyball, respectively.

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Athletics have run the gamut at Wabasha-Kellogg, including its students sometimes having too little interest in specific sports to even field teams. But this has been no across-the-board athletics wasteland, either, with some striking success stories.
Two basketball tournaments that will take place in Rochester have a total 374 teams with an estimated economic impact of more than $3.5 million for the city.
Adam VanOort was a hugely successful head volleyball coach at Kasson-Mantorville the past eight seasons. Late this past week, VanOort announced he is stepping down.
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Erin Lamb verbally committed to play volleyball at Kentucky in the fall of 2019. Now, one season in, the former Stewartville star is sure she made the right choice.
Matthew Hurt of Rochester is playing professional basketball for the Memphis Hustle in the G League, a minor-league affiliate of the Memphis Grizzlies of the NBA.
The Post Bulletin All-Area 2021 volleyball team is brimming with awesome talent. But at the top of that heap are two setters, Kasson-Mantorville's Maddie Converse and Cannon Falls' Jaci Winchell.

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Cannon Falls senior volleyball star Jaci Winchell was a coach's and teammate's dream, and the best setter that the Bombers have ever had.
Kasson-Mantorville relished the competition as it landed second in the state volleyball tournament.
Owens Community College of Perrysburg, Ohio, won a five-set match against Rock Valley, Illinois, in the NJCAA Division III volleyball championship match on Saturday at UCR Regional Sports Center in Rochester.

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