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September 27, 2013

Steamers win again, this time over Prophetstown

(Continued)

FULTON 21-25-25, PROPHETSTOWN 25-14-20

Kills — Fulton, Betsy Leonard 9, Chelsea Lesniewski 8, Camerin Huizenga 6; Prophetstown, Karlie Stafford 10, Claire Milnes 9. Assists — Fulton, Rachael Beiermann 21, Olivia Edfors 10; Prophetstown, Kate Fringer 17. Digs — Fulton, Averi Leitzen 12, Marla Stoecker 10, Lesniewski 8; Prophetstown, Stafford 7, Katlyn Shirley 5. Blocks — Fulton, Lesniewski 1, Beiermann 1; Prophetstown, Claire Milnes 2. Ace serves — Fulton, Ann Renkes 5, Beiermann 2, Lesniewski 1; Prophetstown, Fringer 3.

Sophomores — Prophetstown won 22-25, 25-17, 15-11.

Freshmen — Fulton won 25-17, 25-16.

SPRINGVILLE 25-25-25, PRINCE OF PEACE 9-13-10

Kills — Prince of Peace (11), Sydney Laufenberg 4, Rebecca Divarco 3; Springville (32), Leanna Mysak 11, Kerrigan Riley 6, Megan Wagaman 5, Sidney Hopkins 5. Assists — Prince of Peace (11), Shannon Kuehl 6, Erin Kuehn 4; Springville (23), Hopkins 19. Digs — Prince of Peace (28), Hunter Chapman 15, Krista Atkinson 3, Kuehn 3, Laufenberg 3; Springville (21), Sarah Matus 4, Riley 4, Hopkins 3, Ashley Brady 3. Blocks — Springville (7), Wagaman 3, Christine Hoogland 2. Ace serves — Prince of Peace (4), Laufenberg 2; Springville (17), Tracy Kilburg 4, Matus 4, Emmie Rommann 4, Mysak 3.

IOWA CITY REGINA 25-25-25, NORTHEAST 5-15-8

Northeast statistical leaders

Kills — Addie Oberman 3, Hannah Kilburg 2. Assists — Bailey Claussen 4, Courtney Stoll 3. Digs — Baylie Parson 9, Oberman 8, Kelsey Carder 4, Ashley Kruse 4, Tierra Hildebrandt 4. Blocks — Peyton Gray 2.

LISBON 25-25-21-25, MARQUETTE CATHOLIC 23-19-25-16

Marquette statistical leaders

Kills — Blake Banowetz 17, Marissa Schroeder 7, Haley Lampe 6. Assists — Justin Kalmes 30. Digs — Banowetz 20, Kalmes 17, Anna Ambrosy 16, Lampe 12. Blocks — Schroeder 2. Ace serves — Schroeder 4, Banowetz 3.

MONTICELLO 25-25-12-25, BELLEVUE 19-19-25-20

Bellevue statistical leaders

Kills — Ashley Giesemann 13, Maddie Hiland 7, Carly Rubel 4. Assists — Stefanie Reed 10, Jackie Kremer 7. Digs — Ali Reeg 13, Giesemann 12, Hiland 12. Blocks — Hiland 2, Rubel 2. Ace serves — Reed 4, Giesemann 3.

CALAMUS-WHEATLAND 25-23-25-25, CENTRAL CITY 9-25-15-13

Cal-Wheat statistical leaders

Kills — McKenna Luepker 11, Katie Banowetz 10, Stephanie Petersen 8. Assists — Sydney Kerr 20, Kylie Wilhelm 9. Digs — Banowetz 8, Luepker 6, Tessa Kauffmann 4, Petersen 4. Blocks — Banowetz 4, Petersen 4, Nine Cray 3, Rebecca Vander Heiden 3. Ace serves — Kerr 5, Banowetz 4, Luepker 3.

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