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Dickinson Trinity volleyball sweeps Richardton-Taylor

RICHARDTON -- The Dickinson Trinity volleyball team swept Richardton-Taylor in three quick sets on Thursday, winning by set scores of 25-16, 25-10, 25-18 in Region 7 action.

RICHARDTON - The Dickinson Trinity volleyball team swept Richardton-Taylor in three quick sets on Thursday, winning by set scores of 25-16, 25-10, 25-18 in Region 7 action.  

Titans setter Alexa Walby notched 28 assists, with 13 of those resulting in Sarah Kerkman’s game-high kill total. Sarah Mayer was next with eight. Masy Kuntz added four kills and three blocks for Trinity (17-11, 7-0 Region 7).

Trinity libero Abby Jones led the way with 17 digs, and she added one service ace. Farrah Zeller led all players with three aces.

Rose Kuntz and Josie Wicks led the Raiders’ offense with four kills each. Harlee Leingang tallied two aces, and Haylee Leingang added one of her own. Shelby Floberg recorded 11 assists with three kills. Micki Hoselton led Richardton-Taylor with 10 digs.

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Dickinson Trinity 3, Richardton-Taylor 0

DT  25  25  25-3

RT  16  10  18-0

Kills: DT, Sarah Kerkman 13, Sarah Mayer 8, Masy Kuntz 4, Megan Krebs 3, Lauren Stafford 2, Bre Tessier 1. RT, Rose Kuntz 4, Josie Wicks 4, Shelby Floberg 3, Haylee Leingang 2.

Blocks: DT, Kuntz 3, Stafford 2.

Aces: DT, Farrah Zeller 3, Abby Jones 1. RT, Harlee Leingang 2, Haylee Leingang 1, Kuntz 1.

Digs: DT, Jones 17, Abby Pavlicek 9, Alexa Walby 8, Kerkman 6, Zeller 6, Kuntz 2. RT, Micki Hoselton 10, Harlee Leingang 4, Floberg 3, Calli Kuntz 3.

Assists: DT, Walby 28. RT, Floberg 11.

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