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MAAA teams wrapping up conference play

BISMARCK – The Bismarck Lady Indians made short work out of their conference opponent, the Kingston Lady Cougars, on Tuesday. Bismarck served well and that helped the Lady Indians to a dominating 25-4 victory in both games.

Bismarck Chelsey Politte and Leah Kniess both knocked down three kills and Stephanie Politte added two. Kelly Williams had a great night as she recorded 17 points and 10 aces.

Miranda Politte had three digs for the Lady Cougars. Reba Colony and Alisha Aubuchon recorded a pair of blocks.

Both teams will wrap up conference play on Thursday. The Lady Indians (19-6 and 8-1 small-school conference) will host Valley and Kingston (1-16 and 0-9 MAAA) will be home against West County.

Farmington 2, Potosi 0

POTOSI – The Farmington Knightettes picked up their 20th win on Tuesday with a dominating victory over the Potosi Lady Trojans. A solid team effort by Farmington gave the Knightettes a 25-11, 25-7 win.

Potosi’s Kelsey Allen served up three points and Stephanie McGirl matched that number in kills. Wendy Dunn finished with five assists. Meghan Yarbrough and Lauren Aubuchon both came up with three digs.

Megan Bess pounded down nine kills for the Knightettes and Sydney Winslow chipped in four. Brenna Noble and Becky Weaver had assists of eight and five respectively.

Farmington (20-3 and 4-0 large-school MAAA) will have a chance to clinch the conference on Thursday when they host Central. The Lady Trojans (3-13-1 and 0-4 in conference play) will travel to Ste. Genevieve the same day.

Arcadia Valley 2, Valley 0

CALEDONIA – The Arcadia Valley Lady Tigers got their 20th win on Tuesday. Arcadia Valley was focused and they defeated the Valley Lady Vikings in two games 25-14 and 25-7.

Leah Williams led the Lady Tigers in points with eight, and Kylee Stocum and Megan Reichert followed with seven and six respectively. Reichert and Kassie Walker pounded down six kills each and Stocum contributed five. Sara Wadlow ended the night with eight assists.

Kayla Keenan and Rhyen Campbell both had five points for Valley and Chelse Payne trailed with four. Keenan, Campbell, and Sarah Kearns all made a couple of kills. Payne led the team in assists with five and Keenan and Kearns both ended the night with two blocks.

Arcadia Valley (20-5-1 and 8-1 small-school MAAA) will host Valle for an important conference match on Thursday. The Lady Vikings, now 5-14 and 2-6 in conference play, will be home against Valle tonight.

Ste. Genevieve 2, North County 0

BONNE TERRE – The North County Lady Raiders have struggled throughout the season, and it was no different in Tuesday’s match-up against the Ste. Genevieve Hunters. The Hunters triumphed in two games 25-17, 25-12.

Jessica Pinkston fired four kills for the Lady Raiders. Pinkston finished with three points and Annie Hinch had five digs. Sarah Sylvester made three blocks, and Hinch and Britney Hodgkins finished with two assists each.

Drumm served up 13 points with a couple of aces for Ste. Genevieve and Rhodes added four tallies. Rhodes smashed 12 kills and Mallory Walker added four. Tisha Meyer led the team in assists with eight, and Drumm contributed seven. Rhodes and Walker both had a pair of stuff blocks.

North County (4-18-1, 1-3 MAAA) will visit Fredericktown on Thursday. The Hunters, now 14-7-3 and 3-1 in conference play, will host Potosi the same day.


Hillsboro 2, Farmington 1

HILLSBORO – The Farmington Knights soccer team could not pick up a win at Hillsboro on Tuesday. Hillsboro edged out the Knights for a 2-1 win. Matt Dunlap scored the lone Farmington goal.

The Knights (12-5-1) will be home against Windsor on Monday.

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