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Monday's local clipboard

College volleyball

North Florida downs UND: North Florida downed UND on Monday night, winning 25-27, 30-28, 21-25, 25-10, 15-8.

The loss was the third straight for UND and drops the Hawks to 5-6 on the season.

UND dropped its third straight match for the first time since August 2016 and falls below the .500 mark through 11 games for the first time since the 2013 campaign.

"We had our chances, but just didn't execute," said UND coach Mark Pryor. "In the fifth set, we spun the line up a rotation or two to see if that would give us a better matchup, that didn't work. That was completely on me and not on the team, so this loss is on me fully, and not on the kids."

Kayla Williams led UND with 22 kills. Ashley Brueggeman added 17 kills.

UND plays at Jacksonville (Fla.) on Tuesday.

Prep cross country

Green Wave sweep: East Grand Forks Senior High swept the boys and girls division of the Warroad Invitational on Monday.

The Senior High girls posted 33 points and were led by Lydia Floden's second-place time of 20 minutes, 24.88 seconds. Crookston's Katherine Geist took individual honors with a time of 19:22.46.

The Green Wave boys totaled 30 points. Senior High's Cole Nowacki was the individual winner in 16:28.00.

Girls golf

Riders win again: Grand Forks Red River captured Monday's West Fargo Sheyenne Invite at Village Green.

The Riders shot 339, five strokes better than second-place West Fargo Sheyenne.

It was Red River's fourth win in its past five EDC meets.

Red River was led by Lily Bredemeier's 80. She finished second. Red River's Lexi Laframboise was fourth with an 83.

"It was a consistent showing across the board for us," said Red River coach Eric Sanders. "There was a lot of good golf played. It was a fun day."

Grand Forks Central, led by Clara Hanson's 89, finished sixth with a 378,

Auto racing

Pederson sets RCS record: During the 12th annual John Seitz Memorial Late Model Invitational over the weekend, Joey Pederson set the track record for late models, according to RCS officials.

On Friday, Pederson recorded a lap time of 11.255 seconds (95.957 mph) during a heat race. The old track record was set by Mike Marler (11.322) during the World of Outlaws Late Model Series appearance in 2017.

Pederson finished fifth in Saturday night's Seitz 92-lap feature, won by Winnipeg's Ricky Weiss.

College football

VCSU's Peterson honored: Valley City State's Jake Peterson is the North Star Athletic Association's offensive player of the week.

The former Larimore standout tied a single-game school record with four touchdown catches in Valley City State's 48-0 win over Minnesota-Morris last week.

He finished with six catches for 150 yards. Through three games this season, Peterson ranks second in the NAIA in total receptions (24) and is third nationally in receiving yards (399) and touchdowns (6).

Valley City State is 1-2 on the season.

College volleyball

Mayville's Warner honored: Mayville State's Jayden Warner is the North Star Athletic Association defender of the week. The 5-foot-2 junior from Mayville recorded 119 digs during the Comets' trip to Montana last weekend. The Comets went 3-2.

For the weekend, she played in 19 sets and averaged 6.3 digs per set.

Mayville is 7-6 on the season.

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