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High School Sports

September 16, 2013

Queens go 2-2 at North Scott

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The Cardinals then swept the next two matches over Hall Township (25-22, 25-16) and Peoria High (25-15, 25-15). Chapman finished with 62 assists total.

NORTH SCOTT INVITATIONAL

BETTENDORF 21-21, CLINTON 11-16

Kills — Elle Tubbs 8, Erin Wenzel 4. Assists — Monique Harris 14. Digs — Hannah Dehner 5, Jordan Nelson 4.

CLINTON 21-21, NORTH SCOTT 12-17

Kills — Wenzel 6, Tubbs 3, Dehner 3. Assists — Harris 9, Raven Jones 5. Digs — Harris 10, Wenzel 6, Dehner 5. Aces — Harris 4, Tubbs 4.

CLINTON 21-21, DAVENPORT WEST 13-6

Kills — Wenzel 6, Harris 4, McKenzie Petersen 3, Tubbs 3. Assists — Harris 9. Digs — Harris 8, Jones 6, Wenzel 5. Aces — Harris 4, Tubbs 4.

QUINCY (Ill.) 21-21, CLINTON 18-11

Kills — Wenzel 5, Tubbs 4, Harris 4. Assists — Harris 8. Digs — Harris 8, Dehner 4. Blocks — Harris 3. Aces — Harris 3.

CAMANCHE INVITATIONAL

CAMANCHE 21-21, EASTON VALLEY 8-18

Kills — Libby Schnoor 10, Brettan Hilgendorf 5. Digs — Schnoor 15, Lindsey Grams 14, Hilgendorf 10. Aces — Kelsie French 3.

BELLEVUE 21-21, NORTHEAST 18-15

Kills — Bellevue (Ashley Gisemann 5), Northeast (Addie Oberman 5). Assists — Bellevue (Stefanie Reed 6, Jackie Kremer 4), Northeast (Courtney Stoll 2, Bailey Claussen 2). Digs — Bellevue (Kremer 6, Reed 5), Northeast (Baylie Parson 9, Oberman 4, Claussen 4).

EASTON VALLEY 21-21, BELLEVUE 19-12

Kills —Maddie Hiland 7, Ali Reeg 3. Assists — Kremer 6, Reed 3. Digs — Kremer 6, Hiland 4, Gisemann 4, Reeg 4.

MEDIAPOLIS 22-21, NORTHEAST 20-15

Kills — Oberman 5, Ashley Kruse 3. Assists — Stoll 2, Claussen 2. Digs — Oberman 6, Parson 5, Tierra Hildebrandt 5.

CAMANCHE 17-21-15, MEDIAPOLIS 21-18-9

Kills — Schnoor 10, Hilgendorf 5, Julia Moore 5. Assists — Kylie Vogel 20. Digs — Schnoor 10, Grams 10, Hilgendorf 8, Jordan Goldbeck 8.

NORTHEAST 18-21-15, EASTON VALLEY 21-14-13

Kills — Oberman 7. Assists — Stoll 6, Claussen 3. Digs — Parson 13, Oberman 6, Claussen 5. Aces — Oberman 5.

NORTHEAST 26-13-15, CAMANCHE 24-21-11

Kills — Northeast (Oberman 8, Hildebrandt 3, Breanne Butler 3), Camanche (Schnoor 13, Hilgendorf 7). Assists — Northeast (Stoll 10, Claussen 6), Camanche (Vogel 24). Digs — Northeast (Parson 12, Oberman 8, Stoll 6), Camanche (Grams 26, Schnoor 22, Hilgendorf 15).

MEDIAPOLIS 21-21, BELLEVUE 14-18

Kills — Gisemann 5, Kremer 4, Reeg 4. Assists — Kremer 7, Reed 3. Digs — Hiland 7.

CAMANCHE 21-21, BELLEVUE 10-12

Kills — Camanche (Schnoor 6), Bellevue (Hiland 2). Assists — Camanche (Vogel 9), Bellevue (Kremer 3). Digs — Camanche (Hilgendorf 16, Schnoor 11, Grams 10), Bellevue (Reeg 9, Kremer 6, Hiland 4).

MEDIAPOLIS 21-21, EASTON VALLEY 12-16

Championship Match

CAMANCHE 25-25, MEDIAPOLIS 17-22

Kills — Schnoor 14, Hilgendorf 7. Assists — Vogel 23. Digs — Grams 28, Schnoor 20, Hilgendorf 10. Blocks — Schnoor 4, Morgan Peasley 3, Moore 3.

GENESEO INVITATIONAL

ERIE 25-25-15, GENESEO 21-27-10

Kills — Rachel Cobert 6, Savannah Mettler 5. Assists — Mary Chapman 13, Megan Heun 4. Digs — Courtney Cobert 8, Brooke Naftzger 7.

ROCK ISLAND 25-25, ERIE 20-19

Kills — Peyton Rus 8, Mettler 4. Assists — Chapman 11, Heun 5. Digs — C. Cobert 7, Chapman 7.

ERIE 21-26-25, GALENA 25-24-10

Kills — Mettler 10, R. Cobert 8. Assists — Chapman 17. Digs — C. Cobert 10.

ERIE 25-25, HALL TWP 22-16

Kills — Mettler 10, Rus 3. Assists — Chapman 10, Heun 3. Digs — C. Cobert 8, Rus 4.

ERIE 25-25, PEORIA 15-15

Kills — Mettler 7, Rus 5. Chapman 11. Digs — C. Cobert 5, Rus 5.

 

 

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