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Dakota Valley improved to 19-2 with a sweep of Dell Rapids on Monday. Dakota Valley improved to 19-2 with a sweep of Dell Rapids on Monday.

--HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
Dakota Valley 3 Dell Rapids 0 F 
EP-Jefferson 3 Vermillion 0 F 

--COLLEGE SOFTBALL
Northern Iowa 3 Iowa 0 F 
Iowa 6 Drake 5 F 

--COLLEGE SOCCER
Northern Iowa (W) 3 Viterbo 0 F 

--GOLF
1.Iowa Lakes CC (M) 305 2.Waldorf 311 
 1st-Carlton Rahn, ILCC (72)

1.Doane (M) 283 2.M'side/NW 286 
 2nd-Justin Kraft, NW (68, -3)

1.Cedar Catholic (G) 405 2.O'Neill 420 
 1st-Cassidy Ulrich, Cedar (79)

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