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Midgets pick up wins at Bismarck tourney

BISMARCK -- The Dickinson High volleyball finished the Bismarck Tournament with a 2-5 record. The Midgets picked up a win against Wahpeton and dropped three matches to Fargo South, Fargo Shanley and Grand Forks Red River on Saturday. Dynae Zubke ...

BISMARCK - The Dickinson High volleyball finished the Bismarck Tournament with a 2-5 record.
The Midgets picked up a win against Wahpeton and dropped three matches to Fargo South, Fargo Shanley and Grand Forks Red River on Saturday.
Dynae Zubke led Dickinson with 18 kills, while Lexi Jordheim added 15 and Meryl Kovacs had 10. Kovacs also had six blocks and five aces. Jordheim added 33 digs and three aces.
Dickinson senior setter Lillie Meduna posted a team-high 27 assists, while Ireland Jung supplied 18 and Raegan Linster had 17.
The Midgets continue their season hosting Minot in their home opener at 4 p.m. Saturday.

Matches Friday
Fargo North def. Dickinson, 25-12, 25-15, 15-13
Fargo Davies def. Dickinson, 25-9, 25-19, 15-5
Dickinson def. Grand Forks Central 25-21, 25-19, 14-16
Statistics from Friday
Kills: Lexi Jordheim 11, Jayde Lawler 7, Meryl Kovacs 7.
Blocks: Kovacs 3, Morgan Kainz 3.
Assists: Lillie Meduna 14, Reagan Linster 14.
Digs: Sarah Dobitz 34.
Aces: Meduna 5, Kovacs 5.

Matches Saturday
Fargo South def. Dickinson, 25-23, 25-12, 15-14
Dickinson def. Wahpeton, 25-23, 25-19, 15-9
Grand Forks Red River def Dickinson, 25-16, 25-15, 15-6
Fargo Shanley def. Dickinson, 25-14, 25-19, 15-11
Statistics from Saturday
Kills: Dynae Zubke 18, Lexi Jordheim 15, Meryl Kovacs 10.
Blocks: Kovacs 6, Zubke 4.
Assists: Lillie Meduna 27, Ireland Jung 18, Reagan Linster 17.
Digs: Jordheim 33, Kovacs 23, Katie Lafond 20.
Aces: Kovacs 5, Jordheim 3, Jung 3.

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