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home : sports : sports May 1, 2016


10/30/2013 8:32:00 AM
Knights rally to knock Eagles from playoffs

Windom 27-25-20-18-10 = 2
LCWM 25-18-25-25-15 = 3

Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial battled back from an 2-0 deficit Tuesday night to defeat the Windom Eagles 3-2 in the Section 2A playoffs at St. James.

The loss ends the Eagles' season with a 17-11 overall record.

Windom battled back from a late five-point deficit to win the first set 27-25. LCWM led 21-16 before a string of kills by Kelsey Hanefeld, a block by Megan Theesfeld and a block by Rachel Sorensen tied the set at 23-23. An ace serve by Madison Maras gave the Eagles set point at 24-23. LCWM tied the set at 24-24 and 25-25 before kills by Sorensen and Hanefeld gave the Eagles the win.

In the second set, Windom opened up a 4-1 lead, then ripped off eight straight points to eventually build the lead to 16-6. LCWM closed to within 18-5, but a trio of kills by Sornesen, a tip kill by Miki Bolin and two kills by Hanefeld gave Windom a 25-18 win.

But in the third set, LCWM battled back. After an ace serve by Jasmine Carlson gave Windom an 11-8 lead, LCWM went on a run, building a 21-16 lead before eventually closing out the set on an Eagle hitting error at 25-20.

The Knights then started the fourth set fast, racing to a 6-1 lead early and building the lead as high as 13-5. Windom was able to close to within 17-15, but an ace serve, a kill and a hitting error gave the Knights a 25-18 win and forced a fifth set.

In the fifth set, LCWM jumped to a 5-0 lead before the Eagles battled back. An ace serve by Madison Maras, four straight kills by Sorensen and an ace by Hannah Redmond tied the set at 8-8. But the Knights rattled off five straight points, taking a 13-8 lead before a net violation on the Eagles ended the set 15-10, ending the Eagles' season.

Maras led the Eagles from the service line, going 20-of-21 with four aces in the match. Sorensen finished with 18 kills while Hanefeld added 15. Bolin charted 35 set assists. Carlson finished with 32 digs while Hanefeld recorded 17.








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