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High School Sports

October 8, 2013

Volleyball: Queens earn another MAC sweep

DAVENPORT — Clinton finished off its fifth sweep during Mississippi Athletic Conference play with a 25-16, 25-12, 25-7 victory Monday night at Davenport West. “I think coaches will tell you its a good sign when you sweep in three and the other team scores diminishing points in each game,” Clinton co-coach Mark Massey said.

The win was Clinton’s second against West this season. The other came at the North Scott Invitational.

Erin Wenzel had 19 kills to lead Clinton (18-6, 6-1 MAC), while Elle Tubbs added 10. The River Queens committed just six hitting errors and had a .410 hitting percentage (kills minus errors, with the total then divided by total attacks).

Massey also was pleased with the .974 serving efficiency. Monique Harris served seven aces, Jordan Nelson six.

The River Queens are off until Saturday, when they play in the Bettendorf Invitational that includes No. 1 Bettendorf and No. 2 Ankeny.

Fillies stop Prophets

MORRISON, Ill. — Morrison raced to an 8-1 lead in the first set and went on to beat Prophetstown 25-8, 25-23 in Three Rivers Conference action Monday.

Karlie Stafford and Claire Milnes had five kills each for the Prophets (5-12, 3-5 conference).

Mohawks beat Comets

BELLEVUE — Marquette Catholic raced to a quick lead in the opening set on the way to a 25-9, 22-25, 25-16, 25-9 victory against city rival Bellevue High in a Pink-Out cancer awareness non-conference battle.

Blake Banowetz recorded 11 kills, Marissa Schroeder had eight blocks and the two of them had four aces each as the Mohawks improved their record to 11-11.

Ashley Giesemann and Maddie Hiland recorded eight kills each to lead Bellevue (5-16).

CLINTON 25-25-25, DAVENPORT WEST 16-12-7

Clinton statistical leaders

Kills (38) — Erin Wenzel 19, Elle Tubbs 10. Assists (33) — Monique Harris 33. Digs (52) — Harris 15, Wenzel 11, Raven Jones 9. Blocks (6) — McKenzie Petersen 3, Tubbs 2, Wenzel 2. Ace serves (16) — Harris 7, Jordan Nelson 6.

MORRISON 25-25, PROPHETSTOWN 8-23

Prophetstown statistical leaders

Kills — Karlie Stafford 5, Claire Milnes 5. Assists — Kate Fringer 11. Digs — Fringer 3, Clare Kramer 2. Blocks — Milnes 2. Ace serves — Kramer 1.

Freshmen/sophomores — Prophetstown won 21-25, 25-17, 16-14.

Freshmen — Morrison won 25-17, 25-17.

MARQUETTE CATHOLIC 25-22-25-25, BELLEVUE 9-25-16-9

Kills — Marquette, Blake Banowetz 11, Haley Lampe 6, Marissa Schroeder 6; Bellevue, Ashley Giesemann 8, Maddie Hiland 8, Ali Reeg 4. Assists — Marquette, Justine Kalmes 23; Bellevue, Jackie Kremer 10, Stefanie Reed 8. Digs — Marquette, Banowetz 16, Kalmes 12; Bellevue, Reed 9, Kremer 8, Giesemann 7, Reeg 6. Blocks — Marquette, Schroeder 8; Bellevue, Hiland 2, Kremer 2, Carly Rubel 2. Ace serves — Marquette, Banowetz 4, Schroeder 4, Madeline Jackson 3; Bellevue, Giesemann 3.

 

 

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