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Titans volleyball beats Killdeer, finishes Region 7 undefeated

KILLDEER -- The Dickinson Trinity volleyball team completed its region schedule unscathed on Tuesday after a sweep of Killdeer. The Titans moved to 12-0 against Region 7 foes this year after winning by set scores of 25-16, 25-18, 25-12. Trinity w...

KILLDEER - The Dickinson Trinity volleyball team completed its region schedule unscathed on Tuesday after a sweep of Killdeer.

The Titans moved to 12-0 against Region 7 foes this year after winning by set scores of 25-16, 25-18, 25-12. Trinity will be the No. 1 seed in next week’s region tournament, which starts on Monday at the Knights of Columbus Activities Center.

Against Killdeer, Trinity’s Sarah Kerkman led all players with 14 kills, and Masy Kuntz followed with 11. Sarah Mayer supplied nine.

Alexa Walby tallied 38 assists for the Titans, and Abby Pavlicek led with 12 digs.

Killdeer’s Bridgette Reiss led the Cowboys with five kills, and Chenneth Morlock added three.

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Morlock and Taycee Butts each had a service ace, and Reiss tallied two blocks.

Dickinson Trinity 3, Killdeer 0

DT  25  25  25-3

K  16  18  12-0

Kills: DT, Sarah Kerkman 14, Masy Kuntz 11, Sarah Mayer 9. K, Bridgette Reiss 5, Chenneth Morlock 3, Taycee Butts 2, Sydney Andersen 1, Trae Murray 1, Hannah Kling 1, Ashley Rogers 1.

Blocks: DT, Kuntz 3, Kerkman 1, Lauren Stafford 1. K, Reiss 2, Andersen 1, Kling 1.

Aces: DT, Abby Jones 2, Kerkman 2, Alexa Walby 1. K, Morlock 1, Butts 1.

Digs: DT, Abby Pavlicek 12, Jones 10, Farrah Zeller 10. K, Elissa Steffan 16, Andersen 6, Steena Larsen 6, Gabi Flaget 5, Butts 5, Morlock 4, Kling 2, Reiss 1, Lily McFadden 1, Ashley Hall 1.

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Assists: DT, Walby 38. K, Flaget 3, Larsen 2, Murray 1.

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