History-making music group for UMM - morris mn

History-making music group for UMM - morris mn
The UMM men's chorus opened the Minnesota Day program at the 1962 Seattle World's Fair (Century 21 Exposition).

Friday, October 7, 2016

MACA volleyball continues its sweeping habit

Tigers 3, Monte 0
The high-flying Tigers gained win No. 15 Thursday night, dominating again in a 3-0 outcome. The opponent was Montevideo, here. We're undefeated in conference! Scores versus the Thunder Hawks were 25-10, 25-11 and 25-12. Indeed, no suspense. Monte is having a sub-.500 season.
Brooke Gillespie and Koral Tolifson each grooved a serving ace. Karly Fehr facilitated the hitting as she always does, on this night producing 28 set assists. Jenna Larsen had two assists and Kirsten Scheldorf had one.
Ashley Solvie and Gillespie were a one-two punch in hitting with eleven and ten kills, respectively. Jenna Howden pounded seven kills at the T-Hawks. Karly Fehr and Nicole Solvie each added four kills to the mix, and Larsen and Bailey Marty each had one. Ashley Solvie executed an ace block. The defensive phase saw Riley Decker get 18 digs. Karly Fehr had 12 digs, Gillespie had eleven and Howden six.
For Montevideo, Sarah Sulflow and Jessica Tustad each had one serving ace. Kamren Saue had ten set assists. Tasted led the hitting with the modest total of six kills, and this T-Hawk also had two ace blocks. Ashley McKee led in digs with eleven followed by Olivia Hagen and Abby Olson each with ten.
Tigers 3, ACGC 0
The Tigers came through with their sweep magic again at Falcon country of ACGC. The orange and black looked superb once again in another 3-0 outcome. They turned back the Falcons by scores of 25-18, 25-21 and 25-8. This WCC match was played on October 4 at Grove City. We got our 14th win of the season against two losses.
Riley Decker was overpowering at the service line, batting five aces at the Falcons. Karly Fehr and Koral Tolifson each had one serving ace. Karly's specialty of setting saw her produce 32 assists. Two Tigers had double figures in kills: Brooke Gillespie with eleven and Ashley Solvie with ten. The kill list continues with Nicole Solvie (8), Jenna Larsen (6), Bailey Marty (4) and Karly Fehr (2).
Ashley Solvie went up to perform three ace blocks followed by Gillespie and Nicole Solvie each with one. Decker performed 25 digs to emerge as the standout in that department. Gillespie was busy with digs too, accumulating 20. Karly Fehr had five digs.
Coach Kristi Fehr's Tigers came out of the night with a 10-0 conference record. ACGC is having a struggling season.
Tigers 3, Benson 0
The friendly home court was the backdrop for continued volleyball success on September 29. It was another night of 3-0 dominance by the Tigers. We swept this Thursday affair that had Benson as the opponent. Scores were 25-11, 25-18 and 25-10. It was our 13th triumph in this memorable fall.
Karly Fehr was a headliner as she ascended past the 2,000 career mark in set assists. Karly had 27 assists in this win. She worked smoothly in tandem with Brooke Gillespie. Brooke accumulated 15 kills. Nicole Solvie was No. 2 on the kills list with her eight, and Jenna Howden pounded down seven kills. The list continues with Ashley Solvie (4), Karly Fehr (3) and Jenna Larsen (2).
Larsen contributed four set assists. Koral Tolifson supplied thrills in serving with three aces. These four Tigers each had one serving ace: Ashley Solvie, Riley Decker, Cassidy Fehr and Bailey Marty. Ashley Solvie had two ace blocks followed by Gillespie, Howden and Nicole Solvie each with one. In digs it was Decker setting the pace with 15. Karly Fehr came through with ten digs, while Gillespie had nine and Cassidy Fehr had five.
For Benson, Amanda Nissen led in kills with six. Megan Amundson and Sophie Ascheman each had one serving ace. Courtney McNeill was the top set assist producer with eleven. Ascheman executed an ace block. Nicole Berens and Amundson each had eleven digs, while Nissen had ten. (It wouldn't be a Benson sports summary without a "Berens" or "Staton.")
- Brian Williams - morris mn Minnesota - bwilly73@yahoo.com

1 comment:

  1. me thinks the tigers are headed back to the state tournament esp after they won the tournament on sat.