Blue Jays Roundup: Haylie Hakanson kills on senior night

The Jamestown High School volleyball team earned two points against Mandan on Oct. 6.

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Jamestown's Edie Hegerle gets a dig during a volleyball game in Jerry Meyer Arena.
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JAMESTOWN — Haylie Hakanson has never been one to brag about herself.

Her stats do that for her.

Hakanson blasted 10 kills past Mandan's defenses Thursday night to help the Jays pick up their second two-point victory of the season.

The Jays topped Mandan 25-8, 25-9, 25-15 to move to 13-2 in the West Region and 19-2 on the year.

The Blue Jays and Jimmies each celebrate championships in separate sports.

Head coach Sara Hegerle and her squad are set to be in action at the annual Fargo Scheels Tournament on Oct. 7-8. The next conference action for the Jays is set for Oct. 11 when the Jays will travel to Minot. First serves will be exchanged at 7 p.m.


Senior night was kind to Bernadette Newman as well.

The senior outside pounded nine kills while junior Makenna Nold tallied six attacks at the net and dished out 19 assists to the front three.

Kinley Anderson had five kills for her second straight game while Leah Trumbauer finished the three sets out with four kills. Sophomore Edie Hegerle added 15 assists to the Jays' stat total.

Aspyn Peterson’s three aces led the Blue Jays who finished with seven un-returnable serves as a team.

Jamestown 3, Mandan 0

MAN 8 9 15

JHS 25 25 25

No final team stats provided.


Records: Mandan 1-11 WDA, 2-19 overall; Jamestown 13-2, 20-2

Katie Ringer is a sports reporter for the Jamestown Sun. Katie joined the Sun staff in the summer of 2019 after graduating from the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire with a degree in journalism. She can be reached by email at or by phone at 701-952-8460.
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