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The Mankato Cougars evened their season record at 2 and 2 Friday evening when they defeated Beloit St. John's- Tipton in a 34-32 contest. The game was played on the Cougar's home field. Mankato is at home again this week for their annual Homecoming game, The homecoming king and queen will be crowned before the start of the game, Lady Eagles beat Jewell Lady Wildcats The Jcwell l.adv Wildcats lost 3 inaiclie,; ;it lhe Jewel] Quadrangular at Jc'acll. White Rock defeated Jewell in 2 matches 25-23 and 25-23, Eastern Heights beat Jewell in 3 matches 25- 14.16 25 and t 5-12 and Hillcrest beat Jewell m 2 .,,cts 25-13 and 25-20. Jaimc Sanborn went 19 for 21 for Jewcll ~,erving and had 7 ace serves. Ashley 1 ienberger was 45 for 50 spiking and had 18 kills. Sanborn was 142 for 148 setting at~d had 33 set assists. The l.ady Wildcats now have a 4- 15 record. Jcwel l participates in a triangular at Mankato Oct. 7. The other participant iS Soulhcrn Chmd. Lady Wildcats beat WR Lady Eagles The Jewell Lady Wildcats defeated While Rock in 3 sets 25-20, 21-25 and 15-8 but lost in 2 sets It) North Central 30-28 and 25-17. Againsl White Rock, Jewell's Lisa Schwerma~l went 9 for 9 serving and had 1 ace serve. Amy Waterman went 25 tor 29 spiklrtty ainu had t0 kills. Jmme Sanborn was 69 for 78 serv- ing and had 17 set assists. lowell volleyball coach Jennifer Adolph named Ashley Lienberger as the outstanding offensive player. Lienberger went 17 lot 20 spiking and had 9 kills, hi the hiss It) North Central, Emily Burgess was 15 for 15 serving and had 2 ace serves. IAeiiberger went 15 for 18 spiking and had 5 kills. Sanborn was 77 for 80 setting and had 13 set assists. " Adolph named Waterman the out- sta,ding ofl'cnsive player against North Central. Waterman went 8 for 12 spik- his and h:ld 4 kills, Volleyball results from Belleville Inv. At the Belleville Invitational on Sept. 20, Pike Valley defeated Mankato in 2 sets 25-16 and 25-15; Pike Valley defeated Belofl m 2 sets 30-28 and 25- 9; Smith (?enter dc feared Mankato in 2 sets 25 t 3 amt 25-16; Beloit defeated Mankalo in 2 sets 25-18 and 25-13 and Snuth Certwr defeated Pi ke Valley in 2 sets 25-19 and 25-13, In the other pool, North Central defeated l,inn in 2 sets 25-22 and 25- 10: CN flomCtyde defeated North Cen- tral m 3 sets 15-25, 25-22 and 15-9; North Cerim~l defeated Belleville in 3 sets 16-25.25-23 and 15-12; Clifton- Clyde defeated Mankato in 3 sets 20- 25, 25. t 6 and 15-11 and Linn defeated Mankam in 2 sets 25-21 and 25-12. Then Pike Valley defeated North f.'entral m 2 sets 25-.15 arid 25-22; Bellevilte defeated North Central in 3 sets 25-16.24~26 and 15-5 and Smith