Prep report: Superior claims Lake Superior Conference volleyball titleJessica Lindstrom had 13 kills and Danielle Madgzas added 12 as Superior defeated Ashland 3-1 on Tuesday to claim its first Lake Superior Conference high school volleyball title.
By: News Tribune staff, Duluth News Tribune
Jessica Lindstrom had 13 kills and Danielle Madgzas added 12 as Superior defeated Ashland 3-1 on Tuesday to claim its first Lake Superior Conference high school volleyball title.
Allison Wainionpaa totaled 35 set assists as the Spartans (21-5-1, 6-0) won 25-18, 20-25, 25-21, 25-20 to ensure they will finish with more points than either Hermantown or Cloquet.
Esko 3, Silver Bay 0
Stephanie Bandelin had 10 kills and Stephanie Miller recorded 31 set assists in the host Eskomos’ sweep, their 24th consecutive Polar League victory and one that clinched a second straight league title.
Moose Lake-Willow River 48, Braham 21
Jake Disterhaupt rushed for 280 yards on 14 carries and scored four touchdowns to lead the second-ranked Rebels to the nonconference victory in a battle of unbeatens in Willow River.
Disterhaupt scored on runs of 6, 74, 51 and 5 to push season totals to 1,209 yards and 24 TDs. He’s averaging 17.8 yards per carry.
Chris Gassert added 140 yards on 13 attempts and two TDs. Moose Lake-Willow River rushed for 536 yards in handing the fifth-ranked Bombers (6-1) their first defeat.
Moose Lake-WR 7-14-20-7—48
MLWR — Jake Disterhaupt 6 run (B.J. Young kick)
B — Zach Dahlman 30 pass from Tyler Vaughan (Nick Mattson kick)
MLWR — Disterhaupt 74 run (kick failed)
MLWR — Blayne Johnson 10 pass from Tony Adamczak (Disterhaupt run)
B — Vaughan 3 run (kick failed)
MLWR — Disterhaupt 51 run (Young kick)
MLWR — Chris Gassert 1 run (kick failed)
MLWR — Gassert 10 run (Young kick)
MLWR — Disterhaupt 5 run (Young kick)
B — Vaughan 50 run (Cory Ambrose run)
Holmes leads Superior
Leah Holmes won the individual title Thursday to lead Superior to the girls team title in the Lake Superior Conference Meet at Far Bar Golf Course in Duluth.
Proctor placed 2-3 to claim the boys team title. Ashland junior Bryce Miller won the 5,000-meter individual race in 15:47.
Duluth East 4,
Billy Renier scored two of the Greyhounds’ four first-half goals in the Section 7AA first-round win at Public Schools Stadium.
Duluth Denfeld 4, Zimmerman 1
Austyn Johnson scored twice in the second half and assisted on Emily DesMarais’ goal in a Section 7A first-round win at PSS.
Cloquet 4, Duluth Marshall 3
Maija Doran scored twice in the second half as the host Lumberjacks overcame a two-goal deficit to win the 7A first-round game.
Esko-Carlton 4, Becker 0
Caitlin Lilly scored her 22nd and 23rd goals of the season to give the host Eskomos the 7A first-round win.