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Hazen downs Shiloh in Class B consolation semifinals

Krista Slaubaugh accounted for 24 points in Hazen's 25-19, 24-26, 25-22, 25-21 consolation semifinal victory. Slaubaugh had 16 kills, five blocks and three service aces. Stephanie Ziegler added 11 kills and had 25 digs for Hazen. Krista Ulmer had...

Krista Slaubaugh accounted for 24 points in Hazen’s 25-19, 24-26, 25-22, 25-21 consolation semifinal victory.
Slaubaugh had 16 kills, five blocks and three service aces. Stephanie Ziegler added 11 kills and had 25 digs for Hazen.
Krista Ulmer had 16 kills and Jenalee Reynolds 13 for Shiloh Christian.
HAZEN 25 24 25 25 - 3
SHILOH 19 26 22 21 - 1
Hazen (kills-blocks-service aces) - Krista Slaubaugh 16-5-3 (17 digs), Stephanie Ziegler 11-2-0 (25 digs), Eva Byerley 9-3-0, Raquel Doll 6-0-2, Elise Kuntz 5-1-0, Kayla Lindquist 3-1-1 (34 assists), Bethany Leier 1-0-3 (17 digs)
Bismarck Shiloh Christian - Krista Ulmer 16-0-1 (25 digs), Jenalee Reynolds 13-2-1, Liz Larson 5-1-0, Brittan Grubb 4-0-1, Brianna Erickson 3-0-1 (33 assists), Kodi Hettich 1-0-0, Paige Schaffer 0--0-2 (11 digs), Allie Mischel 0-0-0 (21 digs), Jesse Ebach 1-0-0, Danielle Crothers 0-1-0.

Cardinals heading back to Class B championship game

Seeing was believing for Langdon-Munich.
The Cardinals earned their first championship berth since 2012 in the North Dakota Class B high school volleyball tournament by beating Hankinson 3-1 in the semifinals Friday. Langdon-Munich won 22-25, 25-21, 25-23, 25-21.
Hankinson was one of only two teams to beat Langdon-Munich (40-2-2) this season, the Pirates scoring a 2-0 sweep when the teams met in a tournament in Grafton. In preparing for the semifinal, L-M coach Rich Olson didn’t know if he should show his team a video of that match.
“They beat us pretty bad,’’ Olson said. “I wasn’t sure if it would be a positive or a negative showing the video to the girls. It was one of our poorest sets this year. We were hitting the ball out, the serves out, hitting the antenna. We were all over the place.”
The Cardinals weren’t error free Friday. But, other than the one-two Hankinson hitting combination of Elizabeth Asp and Paige Benson, the Langdon-Munich defense more than held its own. The Pirates had 47 kills, all but four of those by Asp (25) and Benson (18).
Langdon-Munich countered with good balance, led by Madi Hart (14 kills), with Jocelyn Dinius adding nine kills, Courtnie Cook seven and Jordyn Worley six.
Langdon-Munich took control in the third set. The Cardinals built an 18-14 lead. Seven times, the Pirates rallied to within two, only to see Langdon-Munich answer with a point. Hankinson finally cut the lead to 24-23 on a Benson kill, only to see Hart put away the win with a kill in the middle from the outside.
LA-MUNICH 22 25 25 25 - 3
HANKINSON 25 21 23 21 - 1
Langdon-Munich (kills-blocks-service aces) - Madi Hart 14-0-3 (19 digs), Jocelyn Dinius 9-1-2, Courtnie Cook 7-0-0, Jordyn Worley 6-0-1 (15 digs), Rachel Hill 2-1-0 (28 assists), Sydney Ellingson 0-0-4 (26 digs), Julia Kartes 0-0-2
Hankinson - Elizabeth Asp 25-0-0 (20 digs), Paige Benson 18-0-1 (15 digs), Mya Steinwehr 3-1-1 (36 assists, 23 digs), Cassidy Theede 1-0-0, , Alexis Pankow 0-0-1, Bailey German 0-0-0 (10 digs).

LaMoure rallies in 5 sets to beat Our Redeemer’s
The fourth-seeded Loboes rallied to a 3-2 win against No. 1 seed Our Redeemer’s. LaMoure won 20-25, 20-25, 25-23, 25-18, 15-13.
LaMoure meets No. 2 seed Langdon-Munich in the championship match at 5 p.m. today.
L 20 20 25 25 15 - 3
OR 25 25 23 18 13 - 2
LaMoure (kills-blocks-service aces) -- Alayna Jordahl 0-1-0 (20 digs), Anna Holen 35-2-0 (28 digs), Maddie Riddle 3-1-0, Katrina Hoff 6-0-0, Brianna Shockman 0-0-1 (13 digs), Autumn Ulmer 5-6-0, Kindra Hamlin 5-0-2 (33 digs), Jackie Meiklejohn 3-1-2 (51 assists, 16 digs), Kallene Klever 0-0-0 (16 digs)
Our Redeemer’s -- Lauren Hendrickson 1-0-1 (39 digs), Abbey Koppinger 1-4-0, Ryleigh Popinga
15-0-1 (23 digs), Karlee Zablotney 2-0-1 (25 assists, 14 digs), Morgan Olson 25-0-0 (25 assists, 18 digs), Cara Steede 16-5-0, Calissa Ree 2-0-0, Tessa Olson 0-0-2 (21 digs)

F-S/H-P sweeps Ray
Mikayla Larson and Jessica Lee accounted for 17 points each in leading Finley-Sharon/Hope-Page past Ray 3-0 in the consolation semifinals.
The Spartans won 25-13, 25-15, 25-16.
Larson had 11 kills, four blocks and two service aces. Lee had eight kills and nine service aces. The Spartans had big team advantages in service aces (13-1), blocks (6-1) and kills (27-20) in the sweep.
Ray was led by Hayden Slikker, who had eight kills.
F-S/H-P 25 25 25 - 3
RAY 13 15 16 - 0
Finley-Sharon/Hope-Page (kills-blocks-service aces) - Mikayla Larson 11-4-2, Jessica Lee 8-0-9 (11 digs), Morgan Jacobsen 5-1-0 (12 digs), Cierra Jacobson 2-1-1, Madison Christian 1-0-0, Jana Mehus 0-0-0 (22 assists), Zoe Breckheimer 0-0-1 (12 digs).
Ray - Hayden Slikker 8-0-0 (11 digs), Marissa Veach 7-1-0, Maari Dolan 4-0-0, Allison Ziebarth 1-0-0 (12 digs), Kelsey Perdue 0-0-1 (12 assists).

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