Area Athletics - September 27, 2022

Results and stats of games happening in Southwest North Dakota

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Prep Volleyball

Trinity def. Beulah 3-1 (25-21, 25-17, 22-25, 25-19)
Team Leaders THS: Kills – 13, Olivia Kessel; 12, Helena Pavek, 11, Ava Jahner; 8 Melissa Zach, Bella Kovash; Aces – 3, Delaney Deschamp, Jahner, 2, Zach, Kovash; Blocks – 7, Jahner, 5, Pavek; Digs – 16, Jahner, 13, Kessel, 9, Kovash, Deschamp; Assists – 43, Deschamp

Team Leaders BHS: Kills – 12, Jenna Koppelsloen, 8, Leah Hager, Shea Barron; Blocks – 3, Barron, 2, Koppelsloen; Digs – 24, Savana Filibek, 18, Koppelsloen Assists – 32, Graysen Connolly

Bowman County (10-5-1) def. New England (12-9-2) 3-2 (22-25, 17-25, 25-17, 26-24, 15-8)
Team Leaders BCHS: Kills – 22, Ellie Powell, 9, Avrie Nohava; Aces – 2, Bailey Peterson; Blocks – 9, Powell, 3, Peterson; Digs – 14, Kennedy Blankenbaker, 13, Nohava, 12, Ashlyn Fischer, 10, Powell; Assists – 39, Peterson

Team Leaders NEHS: Kills – 13, Messa Kuehl, 10, Hannah Frank, 8, Emma Olsonawski; Aces– 4, Sophie Olsonawski, Kuehl, Samantha Volk; Blocks – 5, Kuehl; 4, Frank Digs – 28, Volk, 20, Molly Wolf, 19, Sophie Olsonawski, 16, Kuehl, 15, Frank; Assists – 31, Wolf


Beach def. Killdeer 2-3 (25-23, 25-19, 17-25, 20-25, 15-12)
Team Leaders NEHS: Kills – 14, Gliza Braden, 6, Tyra Feldmann; Aces– 3, Tyra Feldmann, 2, Ava Zachmann; Blocks – 3, Sarah Mesic, 2 Riley Hauck; Digs – 7, Eliza Braden, 5 Kinzre Stiener; Assists – 13, Riley, 5, Emma Bieber.

Hettinger-Scranton vs Hazen game postponed

Class B Girls Golf
State Tournament
Team Scores:
2. Heart River, 355-359-714; 18. Bowman County 446-447-893
Individual Scores:
11. Mackenzee Schneider, Heart River, 87-170; 13. Megan Robb, Heart River, 87-174;15. Molly Robb, Heart River, 85-176

Prep Soccer 
WDA Play-in Match
Jamestown def. DHS 4-0
Team Stat:
4 shots on goal.
Individual Stat:
GoalKeeper Kaden Hintz, 10-17.

"Not how we wanted the season to end but the guys are doing well and know that we made strides this year," Angie Shilamn, DHS head coach, said. They played hard the whole time, just two breakdowns on [defense] and not enough shots on goal."

Amber Neate grew up in rural Skull Valley, Arizona. Her passion of covering sports of all types, including personal favorites wrestling, hockey, rodeo and football, began at an early age.

She obtained her Associate of Arts Degree from Yavapai Community College before attending Northern Arizona University for a three-year journalism program. While at NAU, Neate worked as an Assistant Sports Editor for the Lumberjack Newspaper as well as a hockey commentator for KJACK Radio.

Gaining her experience working for a small community paper, The Wickenburg Sun, as a general news and features reporter, her love for sports and a small-town community brings her to Dickinson to cover southwest North Dakota sports.

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