Football
September 24, 2011
5th/6th Grade vs. Jamestown at Buffalo
Way to go Fifth/Sixth Graders! Another win. They beat Jamestown by the score of 20-0. I promise to make it to one of your games, soon.
 
September 26, 2011
Junior Varsity and Junior High vs. Northern Cass
JV – lost 28 to 6
Junior High
1 2 3 4 F
MV/End 8 0 0 14 22
N. Cass 8 6 8 16 38
Interesting game!
Basically, MV/E had 11 players on the field against Northern Cass 10+1. That one was large, fast and untouchable. MV/E just couldn’t catch, or tackle him. He was the difference.
MV/E had a good game with several individual performances worthy of congratulations.
 
5th/6th Grade vs. Valley City Thunder
Valley City won 26-20.
 
September 29, 2011
5th/6th Grade vs. Northern Cass at Buffalo
14-14 Tie Game (no details)
 
September 30, 2011
Varsity vs. Northern Cass at Northern Cass
1 2 3 4 F
MV/End 15 0 0 7 22
N. Cass 6 0 6 7 19
Scoring:
1st Quarter:
MV/E – 1 yd TD run J. Beilke (Kick by T. Smith, PAT); 49 yd TD run D. Lerud (Haseleu Pass PAT)
NC – 3 yd TD run Kyllo (No PAT)
2nd Quarter: None
3rd Quarter:
NC – 2 yd TD run Synington (No PAT)
4th Quarter:
MV/E – 4 yd TD run J. Beilke (Kick T. Smith PAT)
NC – 5 yd TD run Kyllo (Kick Hanson PAT)j
MV/E Individual Stats:
Rushing – Jesse Beilke 23-103 yds, 2 TD; Dylan Lerud 8-54 yds, 1 TD; Ethen Preston 6-48 yds.
Passing – Dylan Lerud 5-11, 65 yds.
Receiving – Wade Steidl 2-29 yds; Jordan Haseleu 2-14 yds; Jesse Beilke 1-22 yds.
Defense led by: Ethen Preston 17 tackles; Jesse Beilke 14 tackles; Thomas Lindgren 11 tackles; Jake Sours 10 tackles, 1 sack.
Exciting – tense – lengthy – whew! Final results – Great! You had to be there!
Northern Cass could have tied it up with 2.1 seconds left, but their attempt at a game tying field goal came up a few feet short.
A radio broadcaster called it one of the best games he has seen in his career. It was fun.
 
October 1, 2011
5th/6th Grade vs. Valley City at Valley City
14-6 win.
 
 
Volleyball
September 27, 2011
C, JV, Varsity vs.North Sargent at Enderlin C
1 – 19-25 (L)
2 – 25-16 (W)
3 – 15-12 (W)
Junior Varsity
1 – 21-25 (L)
2 – 16-25 (L)
Varsity
1 – 16-25 (L)
2 – 21-25 (L)
3 – 22-25 (L)
Serving: Team 53/58, 91%, 5 aces, 32 digs; Taylor Benneweis 8/8, 100%, 1 ace, 7 digs; Mackensie Pfaff 5/6, 83%, 3 digs; Lakken Boeder 14/14, 100%, 1 ace, 2 digs; Krista Thielges 6/7, 86%, 1 ace, 7 digs; Lacey Langland 10/11, 91%, 1 ace, 5 digs; Kaylee Johnson 6/8, 75%, 7 digs; Krystal Huxsahl 4/4, 100%, 1 ace; Alysia Bartholomay 1 dig.
Attack/Assist: Team 91/102, 89%, 22 kills, 16 assists; Megan Johnson 22/23, 96%, 9 kills; Boeder 14/17, 82%, 2 kills, 1 assist; Benneweis 19/21, 90%, 6 kills; Thielges 21/25, 84%, 4 kills; Pfaff 2/2, 100%, 14 assists; Bartholomay 12/12, 100%, 1 kill, 1 assist; Langland 1/2, 50%.
 
Junior High (7/8) vs. Hope at Hope
7th Grade
1 – 25-27 (L)
2 – 17-25 (L)
8th Grade
1 – 13-25 (L)
2 – 15-25 (L)
 
September 29, 2011
5th/6th Grade vs. Maple Valley at Enderlin
5th/6th Combined
1 – 25-12 (W)
2 – 25-19 (W)
3 – 15-7 (W)
4 – 25-4 (W)
5 – 25-14 (W)
6 – 12-15 (L) Called for time
 
Junior Varsity and Varsity vs. Maple Valley at Enderlin
Junior Varsity
1 – 25-12 (W)
2 – 18-25 (L)
3 – 8-15 (L)
Varsity
1 – 26-24 (W)
2 – 26-24 (W)
3 – 24-26 (L)
4 – 25-14 (W)
Serving: Team 83/91, 91%, 13 aces; Pfaff 16/18, 89%, 3 aces; Benneweis 10/10, 100%, 3 aces; Langland 16/17, 94%, 1 ace; Mai Syverson 19/20, 95%, 1 ace; M. Johnson 12/14, 86%, 4 aces; K. Johnson 10/12, 83%, 1 ace.
Attacks/Assists: Team 88/103, 85%, 33 kills, 27 assists; M. Johnson 28/30, 93%, 14 kills, 2 assists, 2 digs; Benneweis 19/21, 90%, 7 kills, 5 digs; A. Bartholomay 21/24, 88%, 6 kills, 1 dig; Syverson 12/15, 80%, 4 kills, 5 digs; A. Gibson 3/5, 60%, 1 assist; Nikki Bartholomay 1/3, 33%, 2 assists; Langland 2/2, 100%, 4 digs; K. Johnson 2/2, 100%, 1 kill, 1 assist, 8 digs;   Pfaff 0/1, 0%, 1 kill, 21 assists, 4 digs.
Blocks: Team 6; M. Johnson 5; N. Bartholomay 1.                                              
 
 
October 1, 2011
Enderlin/Lisbon Tournament at Lisbon and Enderlin
There were twenty-four (24) teams in this yearly tournament that was held at two places with twelve at each.
at Enderlin
Enderlin
Center/Stanton
Griggs Co. Central
Edgeley/Kulm
South Border
Maple Valley
Oakes
Central Cass
FCT
Britton/Hecla
Sargent Central
Milnor
at Lisbon
Lisbon
Ellendale
FS/HP
Northern Cass
Valley City
LaMoure
Wyndmere/Lidgerwood
Kindred
Hankinson
Webster
North Sargent
Sisseton
To begin with, each half of the 24 teams were divided into 3-4 team pools Each team played 3 matches against their own pool mates
Enderlin’s were as follows:
Match #1 vs. South Border
1 – 25-12 (W)
2 – 25-7 (W)
Match #2 vs. F-C-T
1 – 23-25 (L)
2 – 25-15 (W)
Match #3 vs. Milnor
1 – 8-25 (L)
2 – 15-25 (L)
This performance, though not stellar, placed  them in second place in their pool.They then went on to play in the Consolation Bracket with those results as follows:
Match #1 vs. Edgeley/Kulm
1 – 20-25 (L)
2 – 25-21 (W)
3 – 15-12 (W)
Match #2 vs. Maple Valley
1 – 25-23 (W)
2 – 25-21 (W)
Match #3 vs. Britton/Hecla
1 – 19-25 (L)
2 – 12-25 (L)
Britton/Hecla won the Consolation Championship.
One team from each venue played for title and Kindred beat Central Cass for the tournament Championship.
The All-Tournament Team is as follows:
Milnor – Michaela Halvorson and Kristi McCloud.
Central Cass – Courtney Dixon
Center/Stanton – Leuka Machova
Oakes – Nicole Warren
Maple Valley – Rylee Nudell
There were other deserving players but only so many can be picked. Congratulations to those that were picked and to them that weren’t. It was a long day!