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TUESDAY'S LOCAL CLIPBOARD: UND volleyball wins at Jacksonville

Roseau's Rylie Bjerklie sets a shot against East Grand Forks Tuesday at Senior High. Photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald1 / 6
East Grand Forks Kylie Stauss hits a shot in the second set against Roseau Tuesday. Photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald2 / 6
East Grand Forks' Oksana Kroese and Haley Burger block a shot by Roseau's Rylie Bjerklie Tuesday. Roseau won 3-0. Photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald3 / 6
East Grand Forks' Jessie Helgeland hits a shot against Roseau Tuesday at Senior High. Photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald4 / 6
Roseau's Kacie Borowicz hits a shot against East Grand Forks during their match Tuesday at Senior High. Photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald5 / 6
East Grand Forks Ella Eggers sets the ball during the Green Wave's match with Roseau Tuesday. Photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald6 / 6
College volleyball

UND downs Jacksonville: UND continued its road swing Tuesday night with a win at Jacksonville (Fla.), winning 25-17, 25-21, 20-25, 25-22.

The win evened UND’s record at 6-6. All but three of UND’s matches have been on the road.

UND coach Mark Pryor didn’t want to call it a must win but it was close to that.

“A win is a win, and this group really needed it,” said Pryor. “They are discovering that being successful isn’t a sometimes thing. It’s 24/7.”

After dropping a five-set match to North Florida 24 hours prior, UND rallied back in strong fashion by hitting .276 for the match and forcing 24 attack errors by the Dolphins (1-8) to pick up a four-set victory.

“We were much more disciplined tonight and that made the game easier for us,” said Pryor on his team, who only committed 13 attack errors on the night.

Kayla Williams continued to pace the Fighting Hawks on both sides of the ball, recording her eighth double-double of the season. The junior tallied 12 kills to lead the team while also adding 12 digs and a solo block.

Jordan Vail also reached double figures in kills with 10. The San Antonio native chipped in a trio of block assists along with a solo rejection to help the Hawks post five blocks on the night.

Starting at the libero position, Taliyah Flores matched a game-high 16 digs while also adding an assist on the set-clinching point in the second frame.

Girls tennis

Wave go 2-1: East Grand Forks Senior High beat Staples-Motley 7-0 and Detroit Lake 4-3 on Tuesday at the Bemidji Quadrangular. Bemidji beat Senior High 5-2.

“We played outstanding in getting a section win over Staples,” said EGF coach Kyle Hanson. “The win over Detroit Lakes was also big because that could be a common opponent tiebreaker.

“Overall, it was a fantastic day of tennis for us and this sets up very nicely for a good seed at sections.”

Boys tennis

GF Central 5, Fargo South 4: Gary Wu downed Geoffrey Youngs 3-6, 6-3, 7-6(3) at No. 1 singles to lead Central past Fargo South on Tuesday. Braden Pancer and Kyle Stauss also took singles wins for the Knights, who remain unbeaten at 6-0.

GF Red River 8, Fargo Shanley 1: At No. 1 singles, Kaden Johnson downed Finnian O’Donnell 6-2, Ret., to keep Red River undefeated in EDC play Tuesday. Red River improved to 6-0. Red River and Central play Friday afternoon at 1 p.m.

Girls soccer

EGF 9, Crookston 0: Brynn Hillman scored three goals to lead East Grand Forks Senior High past Crookston on Tuesday.

Kylee Meier finished with 16 saves in goal for Crookston.

Boys soccer

GF Central 6, Fargo North 3: All nine goals were scored in the first half during Central’s win over Fargo North on Tuesday.

Williams Lawson-Body scored three goals for Central.

Red River 1, Fargo Davies 0: Bikash Pathak scored the lone goal of the game to lead Red River to the win. Mason Thingvold stopped 13 shots in goal for the Riders.

Moorhead 7, East Grand Forks 0: Blake Felch came up with 13 saves in goal for East Grand Forks Senior High during Tuesday’s game.

Prep volleyball

Roseau sweeps EGF: Rylie Bjerklie had 11 assists to lead Roseau to a 3-0 road win over East Grand Forks Senior High on Tuesday night. Katie Borowicz added nine kills for the Rams. She also added three aces. The Rams won 25-22, 25-6, 25-22.

"We played solid defense in the first and third sets,” said Senior High coach Paula Devine.
“Unfortunately we had leads and couldn't finish.”

Jessie Helgeland led Senior High with five kills.

West Fargo 3, Red River 0: West Fargo swept Red River 25-21, 25-13, 25-20 on Tuesday night. Jada Steen and Kaylee Lancaster led Red River as each had seven kills

West Fargo Sheyenne 3, GF Central 0: Grand Forks Central was swept by West Fargo Sheyenne on Tuesday night, 25-17, 25-15, 25-15.

Jaylin Perreault led the Knights with eight kills. Katie Noreen added six.

Women’s golf

Janu leads UND: Jenna Janu carded a final-round one-over 73 to lead UND at the Hobble Creek Classic on Tuesday in Springville, Utah.

The Fighting Hawks finished with 301 strokes as a team, five shots out of the Top 10.

Tulsa took the team title.

Janu was 23rd individually, shooting 73-80-73.

The Hawks now play in the Wyoming Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate on Sept. 29-30 in Palm Desert, Calif.

Men’s hockey

Fan fest set for Sunday: UND will hold its 10th annual North Dakota Hockey Fan Fest on Sunday afternoon in Ralph Engelstad Arena.

The event will last from 1-2:30 p.m. on the concourse of the main level.

The players will be signing autographs and a select number will be participating in a Q&A session on the media stage.

A free hot dog lunch will be provided by Midco Sports Network, the event's sponsor. Fans also will get free Midco Sports Network hats and bottle tops while supplies last.

UND athletics will be providing a 2018-19 schedule poster.

UND opens the season with an exhibition game against the University of Manitoba on Oct. 6. It opens the regular season on Oct. 12 at Bemidji State.


Briefly

Former Grand Forks Red River golf standout Adam Van Raden led Iowa Western to the team title of the Klocke Family Classic in Marion Iowa, last week. Van Raden shot back-to-back rounds of 2-under par 70 to lead the Reivers, who edged Indian Hills, the No. 1-ranked team in the NJCAA, by two strokes. Van Raden tied for second in the tournament. … The North Dakota State University volleyball team is scheduled to play at TCU at 7 p.m. Friday. Due to the Category 4 hurricane Florence, the Bison (2-8) lost matches this weekend at North Carolina and Duke, while the Horned Frogs (7-3) had to cancel a trip to Coastal Carolina. This will be the first meeting between NDSU and TCU, a member of the Big 12 Conference.


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