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Eagles win at Browerville

New York Mills picked up back-to-back road wins for the first time this year by beating Browerville Tuesday night, 3-0 (25-21, 25-16, 25-17). Smith returned to the line-up and had five kills, two blocks and an ace for the Eagles. Rutten led Mills...

New York Mills picked up back-to-back road wins for the first time this year by beating Browerville Tuesday night, 3-0 (25-21, 25-16, 25-17).

Smith returned to the line-up and had five kills, two blocks and an ace for the Eagles. Rutten led Mills with seven kills and seven blocks.

Playoffs ahead

NY Mills (9-12-1, 3-3 Park Region) will close out it's regular season on Oct. 16 when they host Henning at the Sports Center.

Section 6A playoffs are set to begin Oct. 22. The Eagles could be ranked anywhere from the No. 5 seed to the No. 9 seed in the 11-team North Sub-Section. Ada-Borup (18-0-1) is currently the No. 1 seed, followed by Norman County West (10-3-1), Hawley (9-7-2) and Norman County East (9-6-1).Tuesday, October 9

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New York Mills 3, Browerville 0

(25-21, 25-16, 25-17)

Eagles--(Kills-Aces-Blocks)--Kahilainen (0-1-2), Helmeke (2-1-0), Bernu (1-1-0), Bobbi Smith (5-1-2), Rutten (7-0-7), Nebosis (4-0-1), Salo (0-3-0), Erickson (0-2-0), Katie Schik (0-2-0).

Park Region Conf. All

Sebeka 4-0 14-7

Bertha-Hewitt 4-0 13-9

Henning 3-2 5-9

New York Mills 3-3 9-12-1

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Menahga 2-3 5-10

Verndale 2-5 5-14

Pillager 0-5 2-19

Section 6A North Section All

#5-A Ada-Borup 5-0 19-0-1

Norman County West 4-0-1 14-4-1

Hawley 6-2-2 12-9-2

Park Christian 7-5-1 10-8-1

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Norman County East 4-5 9-7-1

New York Mills 1-3 9-12-1

Ulen-Hitterdal 4-4-1 8-8-1

Barnesville 0-10 4-14-1

Lake Park-Audubon 3-7 4-14-1

Rothsay 1-12 2-13-1

Waubun 0-6 0-18

Section 6A South Section All

Parkers Prairie 9-4-1 17-7-1

Ashby 12-3 16-6

Wheaton 9-3-2 11-5-3

C-A/H-N 5-3 17-7-3

Underwood 8-4 12-6-1

Hancock 7-2 13-7-5

West Central Area 8-3-1 12-9-3

Brandon-Evansville 7-7 13-9-2

Battle Lake 6-7-1 9-9-1

C-G-B 1-6 8-11-2

Henning 1-5 5-9

Hillcrest Academy 3-10 4-14

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