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Titans split contests to open tournament

DES LACS -- In its first day of pool play at the Des Lacs-Burlington tournament, the Dickinson Trinity volleyball team split matches. The Titans defeated Bishop Ryan in two sets by scores of 25-20 and 25-6, but fell to Central Cass in two sets wi...

DES LACS - In its first day of pool play at the Des Lacs-Burlington tournament, the Dickinson Trinity volleyball team split matches. The Titans defeated Bishop Ryan in two sets by scores of 25-20 and 25-6, but fell to Central Cass in two sets with scores of 25-20 and 25-23.

Over both contests, senior Masy Kuntz earned a team-leading 16 kills, followed by sophomore Amaya Willer who earned 10 and senior Farrah Zeller who put up nine.

Senior setter Alexa Walby earned 40 assists as well as five aces and 15 digs. Senior Bre Tessier contributed a team-high 19 digs, while Kuntz led with seven blocks.

Dickinson Trinity continues pool play on Saturday against Park River-Fordville-Lankin and Midkota.

Dickinson Trinity 2, Bishop Ryan 025-20, 25-6Dickinson Trinity 0, Central Cass 220-25, 23-25 Today’s stats:Kills: Masy Kuntz 16, Amaya Willer 10, Farrah Zeller 9, Bre Tessier 7, Abbey Kubas 3, Alexa Walby 2Aces: Walby 5, Tessier 3, Ali Daniel 1Assists: Walby 40, Kubas 3, Zeller 1, Tessier 1Digs: Tessier 19, Zeller 16, Walby 15, Kuntz 15, Asia Willer 6, Daniel 6Blocks:   Kuntz 7, Zeller 3, Kubas 1, Walby 1

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