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Titans sweep Killdeer in regular-season finale

KILLDEER -- For the fourth consecutive regular season, the Dickinson Trinity volleyball team has ripped through their conference schedule with an undefeated mark. The Titans defeated Killdeer 25-18, 25-8, 25-18 on Tuesday, Oct. 30, from Killdeer ...

KILLDEER - For the fourth consecutive regular season, the Dickinson Trinity volleyball team has ripped through their conference schedule with an undefeated mark. The Titans defeated Killdeer 25-18, 25-8, 25-18 on Tuesday, Oct. 30, from Killdeer High School.

Senior defensive specialist Ali Daniel led the Titans with four aces while senior outside hitters Masy Kuntz and Bre Tessier each added two.

Kuntz had nine kills, one behind sophomore middle hitter Amaya Willer. The senior also led her side with nine digs and had Dickinson Trinity’s lone block.

Senior setter Alexa Walby had 37 assists in victory

For the home team, junior defensive specialist Madison Wilhelm had a team-high four aces while senior outside hitter Elissa Steffan led all players with 11 digs.

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Improving to 34-5 overall, Dickinson Trinity will the top seed in the Region 7 Tournament from the Knights of Columbus Activities Center beginning on Monday. After dropping its last five matches, Killdeer will host a first-round match on Friday.

 

Dickinson Trinity 3, Killdeer 0K 18 8 18 - 0DT 25 25 25 - 3 Kills: DT, Amaya Willer 10, Masy Kuntz 9, Abbey Kubas 7. K, Steena Larsen 4, Myranda Reiss 3, Megan Olson 3. Blocks: DT, Kuntz 1. K, Olson 2. Aces: DT, Ali Daniel 4, Bre Tessier 2, Kuntz 2. K, Madison Wilhelm 4, Kylee Boltz 1. Digs: DT, Kuntz 9, Daniel 8, Farrah Zeller 6. K, Elissa Steffan 11, Larsen 4, Faith Dukart 4. Assists: DT, Alexa Walby 37. K, Chelsey Morlock 8, Larsen 5. Records: DT, 34-5 (11-0 Region 7). K, 16-17 (5-6 Region 7).

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