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Jenna Sagedahl had 39 set assists and six players contributed at least seven digs as the Bemidji volleyball team cruised to a 25-18, 21-25, 25-16, 25-11 triumph Thursday at Roseau.

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The victory extended Bemidji's winning streak to five matches and upped its overall record to 8-3.

"Everybody contributed to the win," said Jacks coach Theresa Colligan. "We had a great blocking night and I think the way we blocked might have thrown Roseau off."

Allie Heifort paced the Lumberjacks defensively at the net as she stuffed six attempted Ram kills. Kellie Morehouse, Blake Bardwell and Sagedahl each contributed a pair of blocks.

Heifort also was a force on offense as she delivered 16 winning kills. Jess Yost added 12 and Morehouse 10.

As was the case in Tuesday's four-set victory over Nevis, BHS was on target with its serving game at Roseau. Leading the way was Nicole McDonald who fired five aces and Hanna Olson who contributed four.

Bri Thorson finished with 17 digs while Yost had 12, McDonald 11, Sagedahl 10, Morehouse eight and Olson seven.

The Lumberjacks return to action Tuesday when they entertain Hibbing at 7 p.m.

Y pmiller@bemidjipioneer.com

Jenna Sagedahl had 39 set assists and six players contributed at least seven digs as the Bemidji volleyball team cruised to a 25-18, 21-25, 25-16, 25-11 triumph Thursday at Roseau.

The victory extended Bemidji's winning streak to five matches and upped its overall record to 8-3.

"Everybody contributed to the win," said Jacks coach Theresa Colligan. "We had a great blocking night and I think the way we blocked might have thrown Roseau off."

Allie Heifort paced the Lumberjacks defensively at the net as she stuffed six attempted Ram kills. Kellie Morehouse, Blake Bardwell and Sagedahl each contributed a pair of blocks.

Heifort also was a force on offense as she delivered 16 winning kills. Jess Yost added 12 and Morehouse 10.

As was the case in Tuesday's four-set victory over Nevis, BHS was on target with its serving game at Roseau. Leading the way was Nicole McDonald who fired five aces and Hanna Olson who contributed four.

Bri Thorson finished with 17 digs while Yost had 12, McDonald 11, Sagedahl 10, Morehouse eight and Olson seven.

The Lumberjacks return to action Tuesday when they entertain Hibbing at 7 p.m.

pmiller@bemidjipioneer.com

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Pat Miller

Pat Miller is the sports editor at the Pioneer.

(218) 333-9200
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