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October 16, 2013

Volleyball: Fulton falls to Newman

(Continued)

STERLING NEWMAN 24-28-25, FULTON 26-26-13

Fulton statistical leaders

Kills — Chelsea Lesniewski 16, Rachael Beiermann 8, Betsy Leonard 7. Assists — Beiermann 16, Olivia Edfors 13. Digs — Averi Leitzen 18, Jamie Huennekens 13, Edfors 9. Blocks — Leonard 4. Ace serves — Huennekens 3.

Sophomores — Fulton won 25-18, 25-18.

Freshmen — Fulton won 22-25, 25-18, 15-12.

EASTON VALLEY 25-17-25-25, PRINCE OF PEACE 19-25-10-9

Prince of Peace statistical leaders

Kills — Sydney Laufenberg 10, Miranda Schnier 4, Krista Atkinson 3. Assists — Erin Kuehn 10. Digs — Hunter Chapman 22, Atkinson 17, Kuehn 10. Blocks — Laufenberg 3, Kuehn 2. Ace serves — Chapman 1, Karli Atkinson 1, Kuehn 1, Laufenberg 1.

PROPHETSTOWN 20-25-25, AMBOY 25-18-14

Prophetstown statistical leaders

Kills — Karlie Stafford 11, Claire Milnes 11, Clare Kramer 10. Assists — Kate Fringer 35. Digs — Kramer 9, Stafford 7. Blocks — Milnes 2. Ace serves — Milnes 4, Stafford 3, Katlyn Shirley 3.

Freshmen/sophomores — Prophetstown won 25-21, 25-16.

Freshmen — Amboy won 25-10, 25-10.

ERIE 25-25, RIVERDALE 15-15

Erie statistical leaders

Kills — Savannah Mettler 9, Rachel Cobert 8, Delaney Tegeler 4. Assists — Mary Chapman 22. Digs — Courtney Cobert 9, Megan Heun 7, Mettler 6. Blocks — Heun 1. Ace serves — Cait Maloney 1, C. Cobert 1, Heun 1.

MARQUETTE CATHOLIC 25-25-24-25, CALAMUS-WHEATLAND 20-17-26-22

Kills — Marquette, Blake Banowetz 16, Marissa Schroeder 11; Cal-Wheat, Stephanie Petersen 10, McKenna Luepker 7, Katie Banowetz 7, Bailey Moellenbeck 6. Assists — Marquette, Justine Kalmes 34; Cal-Wheat, Kylie Wilhelm 12, Sydney Kerr 10. Digs — Marquette, B. Banowetz 24, Haley Lampe 23, Anna Ambrosy 18; Cal-Wheat, Luepker 19, K. Banowetz 13, Kerr 13, Petersen 13. Blocks — Marquette — Schroeder 2; Cal-Wheat, Rebecca Vander Heiden 4, Nina Cray 2, Petersen 2. Ace serves — Marquette, Kalmes 3, B. Banowetz 2, Lampe 2, Tayler Richman 2; Cal-Wheat, Luepker 3.

 

 

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