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October 4, 2013

Mohawks beat Irish at home

(Continued)

Maquoketa falls

MAQUOKETA -- West Delaware swept Maquoketa 25-20, 25-19, 25-17 in WaMaC volleyball Thursday.

Allison Vandemore had 11 kills and Aubree Taylor had seven kills, two aces and eight digs for the Cardinals.

Tipton tops Bellevue

TIPTON -- Jill Kofron led Tipton with 13 kills and 17 assists Thursday as the Tigers beat Bellevue 25-22, 25-19, 25-6 in a River Valley Conference cross-division match.

Maddie Hiland led the Comets (5-15) with eight kills.

Cal-Wheat sweeps

WHEATLAND -- Katie Banowetz had nine kills to help Calamus-Wheatland sweep Cedar Valley Christian 26-24, 25-10, 25-16 on Thursday in Tri-Rivers Conference play.

Stephanie Petersen added seven kills, eight digs, three blocks and three aces for the Warriors (9-10).

MARQUETTE CATHOLIC 25-25-19-25, PRINCE OF PEACE 10-14-25-16

Kills -- Prince of Peace, Halee Vicks 5, Sydney Laufenberg 4, Rebecca Divarco 3; Marquette, Haley Lampe 11, Blake Banowetz 11. Assists -- Prince of Peace, Shannon Kuehl 5, Erin Kuehn 5; Marquette, Justin Kalmes 35. Digs -- Prince of Peace, Kuehl 14, Krista Atkinson 13, Hunter Chapman 13; Marquette, Banowetz 14, Tayler Richman 11, Anna Ambrosy 10. Blocks -- Prince of Peace, Kuehn 1, Laufenberg 1; Marquette, Marissa Schroeder 3. Ace serves -- Prince of Peace, Atkinson 3, Chapman 3; Marquette, Lampe 4, Richman 4.

WEST LIBERTY 25-23-25-25, CAMANCHE 23-25-15-15

Camanche statistical leaders

Kills -- Libby Schnoor 10, Brett Hilgendorf 10, Julia Moore 7. Assists -- Kylie Vogel 26. Digs -- Schnoor 15, Lindsey Grams 6, Hilgendorf 6. Blocks -- Schnoor 5, Moore 4. Ace serves -- Schnoor 2.

DURANT-BENNETT 25-26-20-25-15, NORTHEAST 18-24-25-27-8

Northeast statistical leaders

Kills -- Addie Oberman 16, Ashley Kruse 8, Breanne Butler 7. Assists -- Bailey Claussen 14, Courtney Stoll 14. Digs -- Baylie Parson 20, Oberman 17, Tierra Hildebrandt 15, Claussen 13. Blocks -- Butler 3, Peyton Gray 3, Kruse 2. Ace serves -- Stoll 2, Oberman 2.

GALENA 25-25, UNITY CHRISTIAN 11-9

Unity statistical leaders

Kills -- JoLynn Frederick 2, Katie VanderEide 1, Jessi VanderEide 1. Digs -- K. VanderEide 3, Natalie Hirl 2, Liz Ash 2.

PROPHETSTOWN 25-14-25, MORRISON 13-25-23

Prophetstown statistical leaders

Kills -- Clare Kramer 9, Claire Milnes 9. Assists -- Kate Fringer 24. Digs -- Kramer 6. Blocks -- Milnes 2, Kramer 1. Ace serves -- Shirley 4, Kramer 2.

W. DELAWARE 25-25-25, MAQUOKETA 20-19-17

Maquoketa statistical leaders

Kills -- Allison Vandemore 11, Aubree Taylor 7. Assists -- Jenna Holtz 23. Digs -- Taylor 8, Rachel Bullock 7. Ace serves -- Taylor 2.

TIPTON 25-25-25, BELLEVUE 22-19-6

Kills -- Bellevue, Maddie Hiland 8, Carly Rubel 6; Tipton, Jill Kofron 13, Michele O’Haver 12. Assists -- Bellevue, Stefanie Reed 8, Jackie Kremer 3; Tipton, Kofron 17, Sam Pruess 12. Digs -- Bellevue, Ali Reeg 19, Hiland 6, Kremer 4, Reed 4; Tipton, Ashley Smith 14, Kofron 10. Blocks -- Bellevue, Hiland 2; Tipton, O’Haver 3, Bailey Kepford 2. Ace serves -- Bellevue, Hiland 2, Kremer 2; Tipton, Smith 3.

CALAMUS-WHEATLAND 26-25-25, CEDAR VALLEY CHRISTIAN 24-10-16

Calamus-Wheatland statistical leaders

Kills -- Katie Banowetz 9, Stephanie Petersen 7, McKenna Luepker 6. Assists -- Sydney Kerr 11, Kylie Wilhelm 5, Rebecca Vander Heiden 4. Digs -- Tessa Kauffmann 8, Banowetz 8, Luepker 8, Petersen 8. Blocks -- Petersen 3, Vander Heiden 3. Ace serves -- Petersen 3, Kerr 2, Luepker 2, Wilhelm 2.

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