BELLEVUE — The Iowa Class 2A No. 8-ranked Camanche volleyball team went 5-0 to win Saturday's Marquette Invitational at Bellevue Marquette High School.

The Indians did not lose a game on the way to the championship. They allowed just 11.9 points a game.

Marquette, Bellevue, Prince of Peace and Preston also participated in the eight-team tournament. Marquette finished second, and Bellevue defeated East Central in the event’s consolation game.

Camanche (19-3) defeated Prince of Peace, Bellevue and Preston in pool play. The Indians toppled East Central 25-12, 25-12 to advance to the championship game, where they faced Marquette, which also went 3-0 in pool play.

The Indians won the title game 25-11, 25-13.

Camanche's Chelsea Moore, Tiana Bark and Ashtyn Dixon landed on the all tournament team, which also included: Marquette's Tamber Thoma and Audrey Sieverding, Preston's Brena Smithson and East Central's Sam Lippens and Tessa Daniels.

Moore led the Indians with 29 kills and went a team-best 46-for-48 serving with 14 aces. She added five assists and 19 digs.

Dixon had 29 kills, 13 aces on 48-for-50 serving, 30 digs and three blocks. Bark had a team-high 73 assists and 12 kills, while Samantha Drury led the Indians with four blocks.

Prince of Peace finished 0-3 in pool play, though the Irish were edged by Bellevue by two points in a third and deciding game.

Preston, which went 1-2 in pool play, suffered a similar loss to the Comets. In a pool play loss, the Trojans recorded 19 points on Camanche, which stood as the most points scored in a game on the Indians.

East Central finished 2-1 in pool play, sweeping Morning Star and Andrew before losing a close match to Marquette.

Marquette Invitational

Pool play — East Central def. Morning Star 22-20, 21-12; Camanche def. Prince of Peace 21-9, 21-11; Marquette def. Andrew 21-9, 21-15; Bellevue def. Preston 21-19, 22-24, 15-13; East Central def. Andrew 21-15, 24-22; Preston def. Prince of Peace 21-14, 21-10; Marquette def. Morning Star 21-17, 21-12; Camanche def. Bellevue 21-8, 21-9; Marquette def. East Central 21-16, 22-20; Bellevue def. Prince of Peace 18-21, 21-15, 16-14; Morning Star def. Andrew 21-17, 22-20; Camanche def. Preston 21-14, 21-19.

Semifinals — Marquette def. Bellevue 25-15, 25-22; Camanche def. East Central 25-12, 25-12.

Consolation — Bellevue def. East Central 22-25, 25-19, 15-13.

Championship — Camanche def. Marquette 25-11, 25-13.

Camanche individual statistics

Kills — Chelsea Moore 29, Ashtyn Dixon 29, Tiana Bark 12, Samantha Drury 10, Haley Pulse 8, Ashley Gonzalez 8.

Assists — Bark 73, Pulse 10, Moore 5, Dixon 5.

Digs — Dixon 30, Moore 19, Drury 11, Sarah Thornton 5.

Aces — Moore 14, Dixon 13, Paige Decker 1, Courtney Harksen 1.

Blocks — Drury 4, Pulse 3, Gonzalez 3, Dixon 3.

East Central individual statistics

Kills — Sydney Gray 20, Sam Lippens 14, Tessa Daniels 10, Mareah Adolphs 8.

Assists — Cassie Aldis 44, Jackie Myers 2, Gray 2.

Digs — Gray 22, Jaime Frahm 19, Lippens 11, Aldis 10, Daniels 6.

Aces — Gray 7, Daniels 7, Aldis 4, Lippens 2, Nicole Hoffman 2, Kelsey McCoy 2.

Blocks — Daniels 5, Lippens 2, Adolphs 2.

Steamers finish seventh

MOUNT PULASKI, Ill. — Fulton defeated Lena-Winslow, a perennial contender in northwest Illinois, to finish seventh at Saturday's 16-team Mount Pulaski Fall Festival tournament.

The Steamers (8-3) went 2-1 during pool play with wins over Effingham and Monmouth/Roseville to advance to the event's silver bracket. Their lone loss came against Mount Pulaski, which finished third.

The tournament featured the past two Illinois Class 1A state champions. Mount Pulaski won the title in 2007, and Eastland claimed it last season.

Class 3A Bloomington won Saturday's tournament with a three-game victory over Eastland.

In tournament play, Fulton lost in three games to Springfield Lutheran. But the Steamers topped Lena-Winslow 25-23, 26-24, ending their day at one of the state's toughest tournaments on a positive note.

Mount Pulaski Fall Festival

Fulton individual statistics

Kills —Lindsey Renkes 40, Kelsey Munck 25, Amber Grant 23, Liz Sanquist 20.

Assists — Allison DeWeerdt 57, Lydia Schaver 45.

Aces — Munck 10, Schaver 9, Kari Kuehl 5, Renkes 3.

Blocks — Renkes 16, Grant 15, Sanquist 15, DeWeerdt 5.

Digs — Kim Rogis 48, Kuehl 33, DeWeerdt 24.

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