OLIN — After winning the first two games, Prince of Peace watched Olin roar back and win a Big East Conference volleyball match 13-25, 13-25, 25-20, 25-23, 15-12 on Tuesday night.

“I was definitely disappointed,” Prince of Peace coach Shanon Nelson said. “I felt the girls relaxed a little bit and Olin came back fighting. I think we kind of lost confidence toward the end. (That) was definitely surprising. I have all the confidence in the girls to pull out the close ones. It was a wakeup call that teams are not going to give up and will come back fighting.”

Megan Lehmkuhl was among the leaders in every category for the Irish (6-10, 2-2 Big East). She finished with a team-high 13 kills, had 12 assists, 22 digs and one block and was 12-for-14 serving with four aces. Carie Kuehn added nine kills, had a team-leading 23 digs and was 10-for-12 serving with six aces.

The Irish return to action Thursday with a home meet against Preston.

OLIN 13-13-25-25-15, PRINCE OF PEACE 25-25-20-23-12

Prince of Peace statistical leaders

Kills — Megan Lehmkuhl 13, Carie Kuehn 9, Brittany Horst 8, Maggie Schnier 5. Assists — Ari Aquilani 16, Lehmkuhl 12. Digs — Kuehn 23, Lehmkuhl 22, Horst 19, Brittany Williams 16, Kirsten Heeren 15. Blocks — Lehmkuhl 1, Erica Ugarph 1. Serving — Kuehn 10-12, 6 aces; Aquilani 23-24, 4 aces; Lehmkuhl 12-14, 4 aces.

JUNIOR VARSITY

PRINCE OF PEACE 21-21-16, OLIN 23-13-14

Kills — Julia Isenhour 5, Kiana Johnson 4, Aayliyah Chapman 3. Assists — Megan Mulholland 11. Digs — Haley Chapman 9, Johnson 8, Allyson Naeve 6, Mulholland 6. Blocks — Mulholland 1, Isenhour 1. Serving — Naeve 11-11, 3 aces; Johnson 6-10, 3 aces.

Camanche sweeps Raiders

CAMANCHE — Chelsea Moore recorded 12 kills Tuesday to lead Camanche to a 25-15, 25-21, 25-18 win against visiting East Central in Big East Conference volleyball.

Sam Lippens had six kills to lead the Raiders.

“While we weren’t able to win any of the games, I was very pleased with our performance,” East Central coach Brenda McKone said. “Camanche has a terrific group of athletes who are well-coached and know how to play the game. It was a lot of fun for our girls to play against a team like that. It helps raise the level of our play.”

CAMANCHE 25-25-25, EAST CENTRAL 15-21-18

Statistical leaders

Kills — East Central (Sam Lippens 6, Tessa Daniels 5, Sydney Gray 3); Camanche (Chelsea Moore 12). Blocks — East Central (Mareah Adolphs 1, Daniels 1); Camanche (Ashley Gonzalez 2). Assists — East Central (Cassie Aldis 12); Camanche (Tiana Bark 24). Serving — East Central (Lippens 1 ace; Daniels 1 ace; Aldis 1 ace); Camanche (Ashtyn Dixon 15-for-16, 2 aces). Digs — East Central (Daniels 5, Lippens 3, Kelsey McCloy 3, Gray 3, Jaime Frahm 2); Camanche (Dixon 9).

Freshmen-sophomores — East Central won 2-0.

Junior varsity — Camanche won 2-1.

Rebels outlast Andrew

ANDREW — After splitting the first two games, Northeast claimed Games 3 and 4 to defeat Andrew 25-20, 20-25, 25-16, 25-11 in Big East Conference volleyball.

“I felt the girls didn’t give up on themselves, and we fought to the end,” Northeast coach Sara Deters said. “We had a few mental mistakes early on but regathered ourselves to come out on top.”

NORTHEAST 25-20-25-25, ANDREW 20-25-16-11

Northeast statistical leaders

Kills — Brandy Herrington 11, Danika Loots 10, Rachael Eberhart 9, Shawna Spain 8. Blocks — Loots 2, Kelsey McAleer 2, Eberhart 2. Assists — Kelsey Lorenzen 14, Spain 12, Roberta Swanton 10. Aces — Lorenzen 3, Spain 3. Digs — Paige Seeser 10, Loots 10, Herrington 8, Lorenzen 6.

Preston turns back Lisbon

PRESTON — Preston won the decisive fifth game for a 22-25, 25-18, 15-25, 25-18, 15-10 victory against Lisbon in Big East volleyball.

Brena Smithson led the Trojans (14-9) with eight kills and four blocks.

PRESTON 22-25-15-25-15, LISBON 25-18-25-18-10

Preston statistical leaders

Kills — Breana Smithson 8, Emily Henningsen 6, Kelcie Bormann 6, Brook Tebbe 5. Blocks — Smithson 4, Tebbe 2, Korissa Daniels 1. Assists — Bormann 16, Henningsen 10. Aces — Haley Andresen 6, Bormann 4, Kaylee Driscoll 2, Henningsen 2. Digs — Tebbe 12, Bormann 7, Smithson 7, Daniels 6.

Junior varsity — Lisbon won 23-21, 22-20.

Freshmen-sophomores — Lisbon won 21-10, 19-21, 15-12.

Bellevue tops Marquette

BELLEVUE — Only seven points separated the rivals, but Bellevue won the battle of its hometown Tuesday, defeating Bellevue Marquette 22-25, 25-19, 22-25, 25-33, 15-11 in Big East volleyball.

BELLEVUE 22-25-22-25-15, MARQUETTE 25-19-25-22-11

Marquette statistical leaders

Kills — Tamber Thoma 12, Stephanie Kramer 11, Kelli Herrig 8. Blocks — Kramer 4, Thoma 1, Danielle Bender 1. Assists — Audrey Sieverding 34. Serving — Thoma 18-22, 6 aces; Sieverding 26-26, 2 aces; Amanda Mueller 12-14, 2 aces; Liz Schroeder 15-18, 2 aces. Digs — Mueller 29, Sieverding 29, Thoma 27.

Junior varsity — Marquette won 2-1.

Freshmen-sophomores — Marquette won 2-1.

Fulton to 6-1 in conference

STERLING, Ill. — Fulton improved to 6-1 in Three Rivers Conference volleyball, beating Sterling Newman 25-21, 15-25, 25-19 in Three Rivers Conference volleyball Tuesday.

The Steamers (10-3) spread the offensive attack around, as six different players had either four or five kills.

FULTON 25-15-25, NEWMAN 21-25-19

Fulton individual statistical

Kills — Kelsey Munck 5, Amber Grant 5, Allison DeWeerdt 4, Liz Sanquist 4, Paige Sanquist 4, Lindsay Renkes 4. Blocks — Grant 6, Renkes 3. Assists — Lydia Schaver 9, DeWeerdt 9. Aces — Kari Kuehl 2, DeWeerdt 2. Digs — Kim Rogis 13, Kuehl 9, Schaver 7, DeWeerdt 7.

Sophomores — Fulton won 25-21, 25-19.

Freshmen — Fulton won 25-16, 2-18.

Erie edges Prophetstown

ERIE, Ill. — Three Erie players delivered eight kills apiece to help the Cardinals pull out a 25-17, 24-26, 26-24 volleyball win against Prophetstown in Three Rivers play.

ERIE 25-24-26, PROPHETSTOWN 17-26-24

Erie statistical leaders

Kills — Snowden 8, Hunter 8, Garrison 8. Blocks — Hunter 1, Burns 1, Johnston 1. Assists — Burns 12, Howard 8. Aces — Garrison 3, Ryan 2, Johnston 2, Graham 2. Digs — Hunter 3, Garrison 2.

Sophomores — Prophetstown won 25-19, 25-14.

Freshmen — Erie won 25-16, 25-15.

Fillies get first league win

MORRISON, Ill. — Danielle Stralow had five kills and four blocks to lead Morrison to its first victory in six Three Rivers Conference matches, a 27-25, 25-16 victory against Amboy on Tuesday night.

Shelby McBride had 10 assists and three blocks for the Fillies (3-8 overall).

MORRISON 27-25, AMBOY 25-16

Morrison statistical leaders

Kills — Danielle Stralow 5, Erin Carney 5. Blocks — Stralow 4, Shelby McBride 4. Assists — McBride 10. Aces — Sam Sumption 1.

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