The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa


October 25, 2013

Volleyball: Indians and Cardinals 2-0 at Northeast


Erie beats Prophets

ERIE, Ill. — Celebrating Senior Night, Erie defeated rival Prophetstown 25-17, 25-23 in Three Rivers Conference volleyball Thursday.

The Cobert sisters came up big for the Cardinals. Sophomore Rachel Cobert led the way with eight kills and two blocks, while senior Courtney Cobert had a team-high 12 digs.

Karlie Stafford had six kills and two aces for the Prophets (10-19, 4-10 conference), while Shelby Adams had four kills and five digs, and Katlyn Shirley had five digs and two aces.

Erie opens Class 1A regional action next Tuesday as the top seed at the Eastland Regional in Lanark, Ill., while Prophetstown takes on Morrison in a 6 p.m. first-round match Monday at the Class 2A Riverdale Regional.


Results — Maquoketa def. Northeast 25-16, 25-15; Camanche def. Monticello 16-25, 25-14, 15-9; Camanche def. Northeast 25-14, 25-14; Maquoketa def. Monticello 25-15, 25-18.

Camanche statistical leaders

Kills (38) — Brettan Hilgendorf 16, Libby Schnoor 15, Julia Moore 7. Assists (38) — Kylie Vogel 35. Digs (83) — Hilgendorf 30, Schnoor 28, Lindsey Grams 16. Blocks (10) — Moore 3 assists, 2 solos; Schnoor 2 assists, 1 solo; Morgan Peasley 1 assist, 2 solos. Ace serves (8) — Kelsie French 3, Moore 3, Jordan Nissen 2.

Northeast statistical leaders

Kills (22) — Addie Oberman 12, Breanne Butler 3. Assists (17) — Courtney Stoll 11, Kelsey Carder 3. Digs (50) — Baylie Parson 20, Stoll 8, Oberman 8. Blocks (8) — Butler 4 solos; Ashley Kruse (2 assists, 1 solo). Ace serves (3), Peyton Gray 1, Laikyn Schaeffer 1, Stoll 1.


Kills — Prophetstown, Karlie Stafford 6, Claire Milnes 6, Shelby Adams 4; Erie, Rachel Cobert 8, Savannah Mettler 7, Delaney Tegeler 5. Assists — Prophetstown, Kate Fringer 18; Erie, Mary Chapman 18. Digs — Prophetstown, Katlyn Shirley 5, Adams 5; Erie, Courtney Cobert 12, Megan Huen 6, Mettler 3, Chapman 3. Blocks — Prophetstown, Milnes 1; Erie, R. Cobert 2, Emily Cox 1, Tegeler 1. Ace serves — Prophetstown, Stafford 2, Shirley 2, Darian Oncken 1; Erie, RaeAnna Stover 2, C. Cobert 1, Heun 1.

Freshmen/sophomores — Erie won 25-16, 25-18.



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