PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: TMB knocks off Windom Area

WINDOM – Tracy-Milroy-Balaton outlasted Windom Area 10-25, 25-17, 25-22, 27-29, 15-11 in a non-conference battle of state-ranked teams Monday.

The Panthers, ranked eighth in Class A, rallied from a loss in Game 4 to defeat the Eagles, ranked tenth in Class A.

“Early-on, we were not passing or serving very well,” TMB head coach Katie Gervais said. “As the match went on, our serve receive improved, got our hitter more involved. It was an effort where many players were involved. We just had a few more hits than Windom Area.”

Jessie Nelson topped TMB with 13 kills and four blocks. Kassidy Pryzmus (11 kills, 13 digs), Sydney Lanoue (11 kills) and Sammie Gervais (10 kills) also were effective attackers.

Sarah Stoneberg helped the Panthers with seven aces on 24 of 25 serving, 13 digs and one block. Anna Peterson added one ace on 13 of 14 serving and 29 digs.

The Panthers (16-5 overall) host Central Minnesota Christian today.

TMB10 25 25 27 15

Windom Area25 17 22 29 11


SERVING – Sarah Stoneberg 24-25-7, Kassidy Pryzmus 14-17-3, Anna Peterson 13-14-2, Gabbie Gervais 10-12-1.

KILLS – Jessie Nelson 12, Kassidy Pryzmus 11, Sydney Lanoue 11, Sammie Gervais 10.

DIGS – Anna Peterson 29, Sarah Stoneberg 13, Kassidy Pryzmus 13, Sammie Gervais 13.

SET?ASSISTS – Gabbie Gervais 33.

BLOCKS – Jessie Nelson 4, Sarah Stoneberg 1, Sammie Gervais 1.

Murray Co. Central 3, Pipestone Area 0

PIPESTONE – Murray County Central improved to 8-1 overall with a non-conference sweep of Pipestone Area 25-17, 25-21, 25-14 on Monday.

Kristi Bose led the Rebels with 13 kills, 13 digs and three blocks. Sierra Van Iperen served two aces and threw down two blocks, while Hannah Schmidt topped MCC with 21 digs.

The Rebels play a Red Rock Conference match at Red Rock Central today in Lamberton.

MCC 25 25 25

Pipestone Area17 21 14


SERVING – Paris Thomas 12-14-0, Sierra Van Iperen 19-20-2, Jade Giese 13-14-0 Dana Vander Wahl 13-13-1.

KILLS – Kristi Bose 13, Lindsey Barritt 6, McKenzie Schmitz 6.

DIGS – Hannah Schmidt 21, Kristi Bose 13, Dana Vander Wahl 6.

SET?ASSISTS – Paris Thomas 12, Jade Giese 12.

BLOCKS – Kristi Bose 3, Sierra Van Iperen 2, Paris Thomas 1.

Red Rock Central 3, Cedar Mt./Comfrey 1

LAMBERTON – Red Rock Central upped its overall record to 9-5 after defeating Cedar Mountain/ Comfrey 21-25, 25-12, 25-5, 25-19 on Monday.

Olivia Bittner had three aces on 18 of 19 serving, 10 kills and 10 digs for the Falcons, who received four aces (17 of 18 serving) and 13 digs from Brooke Rasmussen and 14 kills from Cassie Erickson.

Red Rock Central hosts Murray County Central in a Red Rock Conference match today.

Cedar Mountain/Comfrey 25 12 5 19

Red Rock Central21 25 25 25


SERVING – Olivia Bittner 18-19-3, Brooke Rasmussen 17-18-4, Mikaela Smith 17-18-3, Hannah Sell 16-16-3.

KILLS – Cassie Erickson 14, Olivia Bittner 10, Rachel Kedl 9.

DIGS – Brooke Rasmussen 13, Mikaela Smith 10, Olivia Bittner 10.

SET?ASSISTS – Mikaela Smith 44.

BLOCKS – Melanie Kedl 2 solo, 6 assists; Mikaela Smith 1 solo, 4 assists.

Wabasso 3, Westbrook-WG 1

WESTBROOK – Wabasso rallied to win a non-conference match at Westbrook-Walnut Grove 18-25, 25-22, 25-21, 25-21 on Monday.

Chelsey Guetter (15 of 15, one ace, 23 kills, 21 digs, nine blocks) topped the Rabbits’ attack. Morgan Frank added 11 kills and Jamie Goblirsch dug up 21 digs as Wabasson moved to 13-3-3 overall in 2013.

Dayna Comnick had three aces on 20 of 20 serving, 26 kills, 25 digs and one solo block. Abby Herding provided 40 set assists, while Liz Woelber posted 26 digs.

Wabasso hosts Cedar Mountain/Comfey in a Tomahawk Conference match today, while WWG hosts Red Rock Central in a Red Rock Conference match Thursday.

Wabasso18 25 25 25

Westbrook-Walnut Grove25 22 21 21


SERVING – W?(Chelsey Guetter 15-15-1, Callie Rohlik 21-21-1); WWG (Dayna Comnick 20-20-3, Abby Herding 18-18-2, Madison Takle 14-14-0, Mariah Olson 12-12-2).

KILLS – W?(Chelsey Guetter 23, Morgan Frank 11, Calie Rohlik 7); WWG (Dayna Comnick 26, Madison Takle 7, Cassidy Mischke 7).

DIGS – W?(Chelsey Guetter 21, Jamie Goblirsch 21); WWG (Liz Woelber 26, Dayna Comnick 25).

SET?ASSISTS – W?(Larisaa Rohlik 29, Jocelyn Rothmeier 16); WWG (Abby Herding 40).

BLOCKS – W?(Chelsey Guetter 9, Mindy Goblirsch 5); WWG (Dayna Comnick 1 solo, Madison Takle 1 assist, Jordaan Joel 1 assist).

Boys Cross Country

Arrows preserve win against Rebels

PIPESTONE – Host school Pipestone Area edged Murray County Central 32-35, while Tracy-Milroy-Balaton scored 50 points on Monday.

The Rebels were led by the trio of Andy Garza (third, 20:08), Jack Erickson (fourth, 20:13) and Clayton Hartle (fifth, 20:19).

Nathan Beech (11th, 22:11) and Isaiah Olsem (14th, 22:42) also contributed to MCC’s team score. Other Rebels in the race were William Gehl (16th, 22:56) and Jacob Boerboom (21st, 23:37).

Five Pipestone Area runners placed among the top ten individuals.

TMB’s Matt Lavoy was the medalist in 19:17. The Panthers also had efforts from Ben Alberg (13th, 22:30), Nick Timmerman (15th, 22:51), Logan Axford (17th, 23:04), Nathan Wieme (18th, 23:14), Nathan Przybilla (19th, 23:27), Christian Devereaux (20th, 23:36), Tyler Illg (22nd, 24:43) and Myer Van Essen (23rd, 24:53).

Girls Cross Country

TMB knocks off Pipestone Area

PIPESTONE – Tracy-Milroy-Balaton placed five runners among the top 11 as the Panthers defeated Pipestone Area 41-50 on Monday.

TMB’s Cassandra Hook was the runner-up in 17:04. She was 11 seconds behind race winner Angel Martins (16:53), of Pipestone Area.

The Panthers also had Sarita Hook (fifth, 18:07), Morgan Hoffbeck (eighth, 19:12), Kristin Vogl (tenth, 19:51) and Alyssa Gleis (11th, 20:03) finish in the top 11 individuals.

Other Panthers to compete in the race were McKynna Cochran (12th, 20:08), Hannah Brockway (13th, 20:12), Courtney Homer (14th, 20:14), Kendra Nelson (16th, 20:48) and Ellie Tiges (19th, 21:39).

Murray County Central had four runners in the race, but could not compete in the team standings.

The Rebels were led by Melissa Gehl, who ended up fourth in 18:06. Maddie Dibble finished sixth in 18:16, followed by Lizzette Garza (ninth, 19:38) and Sariah Cheadle (15th, 20:37).

JV Football

Watertown 34, Marshall 16

WATERTOWN, S.D. – Marshall scored in the second and fourth quarters of a 34-16 junior varsity football loss at Watertown on Monday.

Matt Thompson put the Tigers (1-4 overall) on the scoreboard after making a 3-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Nick Saugstad caught Aaron Poljewski’s two-point conversion pass, but MHS trailed 14-8 at halftime.

Watertown scored two third-quarter TDs to increase its lead to 28-8. Watertown added a fourth-quarter touchdown.

Marshall scored in the final quarter on a 48-yard TD run by Jacob Deines, who followed that with a two-point conversion pass to Thompson.

Marshall is back on the gridiron at Sioux Falls Roosevelt on Monday.