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Wadena-Deer Creek's Emily Miron (12) spikes the ball against two Staples-Motley defenders in South Sub-Section 8AA action Oct. 25 on the WDC court. Miron led the Wolverines with 14 kills. Photo by Brian Hansel

Wolverines rack up South Sub-Section 8AA title

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Those "heavy boots" Sue Volkmann's Wadena-Deer Creek volleyball team put on at the beginning of the season helped her Wolverines sweep a good Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton team 25-21, 25-21, 25-20 Tuesday in the South Sub-Section 8AA championship game at Perham.

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The Wolverines have gone after as many tough matches as they could land this season, sacrificing a shining record for a taste of superior competition. After making four straight trips to the Class AA state volleyball tournament, the Wolverines have gone 22-8 against their 2012 opposition.

"I think you look at all the teams that have gone to state in the past, the teams that are going there even more consistently than we are, and they are teams that are playing good competition," WDC Head Coach Sue Volkmann said. "We know it's not all about records."

The Wolverines were able to shake off a tough 3-2 loss to DGF Oct. 16 on their home court Tuesday to gain a berth against north champion Thief River Falls in the Section 8AA championship game at 7 p.m. Oct. 27 on the Bagley High School court. The Prowlers will bring a 25-5 into the title match. The two clubs met for the Section 8AA championship last year in Hawley, and the Wolverines triumphed 3-0. The Prowlers edged WDC 25-19, 26-24 in the Class AA Showcase Sept. 16 at Burnsville.

Heather Theisen came up with 39 assists in another remarkable effort by the junior setter. Theisen has been bothered all year by a sciatic nerve problem in her back.

"For us to be successful, we have to have her play," Volkmann said. "You can't give this kid enough credit for what she has done."

Emily Miron sparked Tuesday's win over DGF with 25 kills and 11 blocks. Caitlin Volkmann added 12 kills and a whopping 30 digs.

"She was all over the court last night. Some people came up and said that was the best game they have seen her play all year," Volkmann said.

Hope Theisen, Heather Theisen and Sydney Schissel combined for 41 digs.

Volkmann saw her team eliminate a lot of the unforced errors that dogged them in their Oct. 16 loss to the Rebels.

Halley Maas led an impressive 100 percent serving night by the Wolverines by going 27 for 27 on her attempts.

Kinzie Molstre led the Rebels with 10 kills while Hannah Young added nine.

The Rebels, who went into the game ranked No. 1 in the south, ended their season with a 21-7 record.

WDC 25-25-25.

DGF 21-21-20

Kills- Emily Miron-24, Caitlin Volkmann-12, Halley Maas-6, Melissa Moenkedick-2, Danyel Post-1

Digs-Emily Miron-6, Caitlin Volkmann-30, Halley Maas-9, Hope Theisen-17, Sydney Schissel-10, Heather Theisen-14, Danyel Post-7

Serving-Caitlin Volkmann-8 for 8, Hope Theisen-10 for 10, Sydney Schissel-6 for 6, Heather Theisen-14 for 14, Halley Maas 27 for 27, Casey Volkmann-8 for 8

Blocking - Heather Theisen-3, Caitlin Volkmann-3, Halley Maas-1, Emily Miron-11, Melissa Moenkedick-8, Danyel Post-3

Set Assists - Heather Theisen 39

WDC 3, Hawley 0

Emily Miron, Caitlin Volkmann and Halley Maas combined for 41 kills and Heather Theisen had 38 assists in a South Sub-Section 8AA sweep Friday against Hawley.

Melissa Moenkedick blocked a whopping 13 shots for WDC.

Hope and Heather Theisen combined with Caitlin Volkmann for 47 digs.

WDC 25-25-25,

Hawley 17-16-6

Kills - Emily Miron-17, Caitlin Volkmann-15, Halley Maas-9, Melissa Moenkedick-1, Danyel Post-4

Digs- Emily Miron-9, Caitlin Volkmann-15, Halley Maas-3, Melissa Moenkedick-2, Hope Theisen-15, Sydney Schissel-6, Heather Theisen-17, Casey Volkmann-2, Danyel Post-5

Serving - Caitlin Volkmann-16 for 17 with an ace, Hope Theisen-19 for 19 with an ace, Sydney Schissel-8 for 8, Heather Theisen-13 for 13, Halley Maas-5 for 5, Casey Volkmann-9 for 10

Blocking - Heather Theisen-2, Caitlin Volkmann-4, Emily Miron-7, Melissa Moenkedick-13, Danyel Post-5

Setting Assists- Heather Theisen-38, Caitlin Volkmann-3, Sydney Schissel-1

WDC 3, Staples-Motley 0

Emily Miron and Catlin Volkmann came up with double figure nights in kills and digs Thursday, as the second-seeded Wolverines ousted seventh-seeded Staples-Motley from the South Sub-Section 8AA volleyball playoffs.

Miron collected 14 kills and 11 digs while Volkmann contributed 12 kills and 11 digs. The two standouts combined for 10 blocks.

Libero Hope Theisen paced the Wolverines with 18 digs. Heather Theisen and Casey Volkmann both recorded 11 set assists.

Kaitlin Spar led the Cardinals with five kills and Kelly Pearson recorded nine digs.

The Cards ended their season with a 6-21 record.

WDC 25-25-25,

Staples-Motley 6-10-19

Kills - Emily Miron-14, Caitlin Volkmann-12, Halley Maas-4, Melissa Moenkedick-2, Heather Theisen-1, Sarah Craig-1, Danyel Post - 1

Digs- Emily Miron-11, Caitlin Volkmann-11, Halley Maas-7, Hope Theisen-18, Sydney Schissel-4, Heather Theisen-3, Casey Volkmann-1, Danyel Post-4, Carrie Nelson-2, Jennifer Craig-2

Serving - Caitlin volkmann-15 for 15 with an ace, Hope Theisen-17 for 17 with 3 aces, Sydney Schissel-7 for7, Heather Theisen-4 for 4, Halley Maas-9 for 10, Casey Volkmann- 6 for 6 with an ace, Carrie Nelson -12 for 12 with an ace, Jennifer Craig- 1 for 1

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