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September 23, 2013

Queens fall in all-MAC Final 4

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Harris said the team entered the tournament with high expectations, but added she was not discouraged with the result.

“When we were coming back, we were just playing our game,” she said. “I wanted to get (Erin) the ball. ... Of course your disappointed when you’re goal is to make it to the championship. But we’ll be all right.”

The River Queens will still get their chance to take down Assumption when they travel to Davenport on Tuesday for a MAC conference match. Game time is approximately 7 p.m. at Assumption.

Clinton Invitational

Pool A

DAVENPORT ASSUMPTION def. DAVENPORT CENTRAL

ASSUMPTION def. MUSCATINE

ASSUMPTION 21-21, CENTRAL DEWITT 19-18

MUSCATINE def. DAVENPORT CENTRAL (3)

MUSCATINE 13-21-15, DEWITT 21-11-11

DAVENPORT CENTRAL 21-18-15, DEWITT 13-21-9

Pool B

CLINTON 21-21, UNITED TOWNSHIP (Ill.) 9-3

CLINTON 21-21, DAVENPORT NORTH 14-11

CLINTON 21-21, DUBUQUE SENIOR 7-8

NORTH 21-21, SENIOR 13-15

NORTH 21-22-15, UNITED TOWNSHIP 19-24-13

Semifinals

MUSCATINE 25-25, CLINTON 20-21

ASSUMPTION 25-25, NORTH 16-14

Championship

ASSUMPTION def. MUSCATINE

Clinton stats

Kills — Hannah Dehner 9, Monique Harris 10, Raven Jones 1, McKenzie Peterson 9, Elle Tubbs 11, Erin Wenzel 46

Assists — Harris 59, Jones 11, Wenzel 1, Dehner 1

Digs — Harris 15, Jones 8, Dehner 10, Jordan Nelson 11, Peterson 2, Shannon Shovlain 8, Tubbs 6, Wenzel 10

Blocks — Dehner 5, Harris 5, Jones 2, Peterson 5, Tubbs 2, Wenzel 2

Aces — Harris 13, Jones 2, Nelson 4, Tubbs 4, Wenzel 3

DeWitt stats

Kills — Amanda Brainerd 13, Abby Grau 11, Olivia Haack 11, Katie Irwin 20, MacKenzie Kuehn 1, Elle Ladehoff 10

Assists — Kuehn 55, Becca Grell 1, Olivia Haack 2

Digs — Grau 5, Grell 7, Haack 4, Irwin 6, Rachel Koph 1, Kuehn 9, Ladehoff 3, Steph Schrader 13

Blocks — Brainerd 4, Grau 2, Kuehn 2, Haack 1, Irwin 3, Ladehoff 2

Aces — Grau 6, Haack 1, Irwin 2, Koph 2, Schrader 2, Ladehoff 1

 

 

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