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Lady Tigers win 17th match, sets up showdown with Bismarck

IRONTON – The Arcadia Valley Lady Tigers got their 14th win out of their last 15 matches on Monday. Arcadia Valley was focused in their contest against the North County Lady Raiders as the Lady Tigers won on their home floor 25-17, 25-15.

Megan Tripp led Arcadia Valley in kills with six and Kassie Walker and Megan Reichert both added five. Reichert also came up with 15 digs. Kylie Stocum scored nine points and made eight assists and Sara Wadlow finished with eight points and six assists.

Jessica Pinkston pounded down three kills and made eight digs for the Lady Raiders. Britney Hodgkins ended the night with three assists and Carissa Wood and Laci Forsythe had that same amount in points.

The Lady Tigers (17-4-1) will be home against Bismarck for a huge conference match in the small-school division today. North County (3-15-1) will host Potosi for a large-school conference showdown the same day.

De Soto 2, Potosi 0

DE SOTO – The Potosi Lady Trojans has been inconsistent with their serve receptions throughout the season. It played a big part in Monday’s game at De Soto. De Soto took advantage with a 25-14, 25-13 victory.

Abbey Adams served up six points and four aces for the Lady Trojans and Meghan Yarbrough closely followed in points with five. Stephanie McGirl knocked down four kills and Adams and Courtney Allen both recorded three. Wendy Dunn finished with seven assists and Lauren Aubuchon made five digs.

Potosi (3-10-1) will travel to North County for a conference match today.

Ste. Genevieve 2, Bismarck 0

STE. GENEVIEVE – Monday’s volleyball contest between the Ste. Genevieve Hunters and the Bismarck Lady Indians went back and forth. Although both squads played well, Ste. Genevieve won both games by the score of 25-22.

Lindsay Rhodes had an outstanding night for the Hunters as she fired 15 kills. Rhodes also served up five points and an ace. Mallory Walker and Addie Korenak added kills of six and five respectively. Tisha Meyer piled up 13 assists and Bethany Drumm chipped in 10. Danielle Brewster led the team in service points with 13.

Lacey McCaulla made six kills for the Lady Indians and Chelsey Politte added three. Stephanie Politte had three blocks.

Ste. Genevieve (12-5-3) will host Central for a conference match today. The Lady Indians (16-6) will travel to Arcadia Valley for an important conference challenge the same day.

St. Louis Notre Dame 2, Farmington 1

ST. LOUIS – The Farmington Knightettes visited a very strong Notre Dame of St. Louis squad on Monday. Notre Dame won the first game 25-17, but the Knightettes won the next challenge by the same score. Notre Dame won the match-deciding contest by the score of 25-22.

Sydney Winslow blasted 16 kills and Megan Bess made 10 for Farmington. Winslow also came up with 14 digs. Becky Weaver had 13 assists and Brenna Noble closely followed with 12. Krista Vessell served up 14 points.

The Knightettes (16-3) will travel to Fredericktown for conference action today.

Fredericktown 2, Cape Central 1

CAPE GIRARDEAU – “I changed the line-up on them and we were a bit jumbled in the first game,” explained Fredericktown Lady Cats coach April Newell about their slow start in Monday’s game at Cape Central. The Lady Cats won the match over the Lady Tigers 18-25, 25-22, 25-15.

“In the second game they got used to it, and by the third game they had it working pretty well,” Newell added.

Danielle Johnson led the Lady Cats in service points and assists with 11 and 14 respectively. Nicki Settlemoir was tops with 10 kills and 15 digs, and Deidre Hughes was block leader with six along with three kills.

The Lady Cats will take on Farmington at home in their conference opener tonight.

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