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Volleyball Menahga 20-33-25-26, Verndale 25-31-16-24 Kayla Graba 2 ace serves, 4 kills, 1 solo block Megan Richter 1 kill, 5 solo blocks Kaitlyn Richter 4 set assists, Ashley Richter 1 ace serve, 1 kill, 2 set assists Jordanna Schluttner 2 ace serves, 5 kills, 2 solo blocks, 1 set assists Elizabeth Johnson 3 set assists Wadena-Deer Creek 25-25-25, Perham 18-14-8 Rachael Carlisle 7 kills, 4 digs, 8 blocks Rachel Craig 2 kills, 2 digs, 14 blocks Kelsi Crawford 6 kills, 6 digs, 1 block Courtney Volkmann 9 kills, 8 digs, 4 ace serves, 2 blocks, 27 set assists Brittney Noon 6 kill
Tennis Detroit Lakes 7, WDC 0 Singles 1- Joelle Langworthy (DL) def. Macy Hartman (WDC) 6-0, 6-0 2- Katie Anderson (DL) def. Paige Hartman (WDC) 6-1, 6-3 3- Laurenn Johnson (DL) def. Ashley Carlson (WDC) 6-0, 6-0 4- Shantel Kluenenberg (DL) def. Sarah Najjar (WDC) 6-4, 6-2 Doubles 1- Tess Hamre-Brianna Seebold (DL) def. Hannah Jacobson-Anna Meltzer (WDC) 6-1, 6-1 2- India Fritz-Emily Seebold (DL) def. Elise Kallevig-Abby Wegscheid (WDC) 6-3, 6-1 3- Kira Leichter-Whitney Bensoter (DL) def. Desiree Isola-Macy Folkestad (WDC) 6-1, 6-1
Volleyball Sauk Rapids Tournament Round 1 - WDC over Rogers 25-23, 25-17 Kills- Courtney Volkmann-6, Kelsi Crawford-7, Brittney Noon-11, Caitlin Volkmann-1, Emily Miron-3 Digs - Courtney Volkmann-8, Kelsi Crawford-4, Mandy Perkins-9, Avery Jackson-7, Caitlin Volkmann-5, Hope Theisen-8 Aces- Courtney Volkmann-1, Avery Jackson-1 Blocking-Courtney Volkmann-6, Kelsi Crawford-1, Rachael Carlisle-6, Rachel Craig-6, Brittney Noon-1, Emily Miron-7 Setting Assists-Courtney Volkmann-25 Round 2 - WDC over Sauk Rapids 25-13, 25-17 Kills - Courtney Volkmann-4, Kelsi Crawford-6, Rachael Carlisle
Photo by Brian Hansel Jerry Breid unloads a hopper full of soybeans Tuesday afternoon on land he owns one mile west of Wadena on State Highway 29. Breid planted an early variety of soybeans and on Sept. 14 he was harvesting them with the help of his wife, Marlys.
Victories at No. 1 singles and No. 3 doubles highlighted a 5-2 loss to Little Falls Monday for Pete Tranvik's Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines. Macy Hartman won her No. 1 singles match with Little Falls' Kaitlyn Emerson 6-3, 6-2. Sarah Najjar and Elise Kallevig defeated Alyssa Athman and Amanda Evans 6-0, 6-2. Little Falls 5, WDC 2 Singles 1- Macy Hartman (WDC) def. Kaitlyn Emerson (LF) 6-3, 6-2 2- Molly Koester (LF) def. Haley Anderson (WDC) 7-5, 1-6 3- Jamie Jenks (LF) def. Paige Hartman (WDC) 6-3, 6-3 4- Kristen Huck (LF) def.
The Verndale Pirates were not able to stand up to 2009 Class A state playoff stalwart Nevis Tuesday night losing 25-7, 25-11, 25-17. Nevis took third in the Class A state tournament last year and have jumped off to a 5-0 start. The loss dropped Verndale to 2-3. Teresa Moenkedick and Ashley Richter combined for 12 digs while Elizabeth Johnson and Kaitlyn Richter combined for 13 assits. Kayla Graba tied Kaitlyn Richter for kill leader with four.
Charley Cantrell is hitting her stride as a cross country runner. The Wadena-Deer Creek junior took second in the varsity girls' race Monday as the annual Pelican Rapids Invitational was run at Birchwood Golf Course. Recruited off the WDC track and field team for her distance running skills by cross country head coach Terry Olson, Cantrell has placed 15th in the season opener at Morris, 10th in the WDC Invitational and second at Pelican. Her 17:03.42 time edged Park Rapids' Alex Pederson for runner-up honors. Pederson ran a 17:05.19.
The return of Brett Favre is supposed to have Minnesota fans frothing at the mouth but the Mississippi Marvel has not played enough football this year to regain his 2009 form. Let's give Mr. Fantastic until January to have his team looking like a Super Bowl contender. The Twins may not have the American League Central Division crown in their pocket but they sure have their rivals from the Windy City worried. The Chicago White Sox had a 3 1/2 game lead on the Twins at the All-Star break in July. They went into the break riding an impressive eight-game winning streak.
Wet turf is supposed to "even the playing field," but that was not the case last Friday when Tom VanErp's Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines hosted Staples-Motley. "We 'unevened' it by fumbling seven times," VanErp said. The Cardinals parlayed those miscues into a 38-0 victory on a night which saw both teams play football in a steady rain.