The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa


November 6, 2012

Four Queens honored by MAC

Wing, Harris on MAC first team for third time



First team

Chloe Miller, sr. (Pleasant Valley); Danielle Cabel, jr. (Davenport Assumption); Alyssa Wing, sr. (Clinton); Monique Harris, jr. (Clinton); Morgan Waterman, jr. (Pleasant Valley); Caitlin Wernentin, jr. (Bettendorf); Erin Mead, sr. (North Scott); Hannah Lindaman, sr. (North Scott).

Second team

Shalynn Greenhaw, jr. (Muscatine); Lexi Flynn, jr. (Davenport Assumption); Alex Walgren, sr. (Muscatine); Megan Paustian, sr. (Pleasant Valley); Erin Wenzel, jr. (Clinton); Emily Hermiston, sr. (North Scott); Anna Willey, jr. (Bettendorf); Clarissa Block, jr. (Davenport North); Shelby Brandt, sr. (Bettendorf).

Honorable mention

Bettendorf — Danielle Pennington, fr.; Tessa Henderson, sr. Burlington — Bailey Darnall, so. Clinton — Elle Tubbs, fr. Davenport Assumption — Kate Fennelly, sr.; Hailey Schneden, sr. Davenport Central — Raegan Menke, jr. Aly Knutsen, jr. Davenport North — Chloe Blick, sr.; Alisha Jones, sr. Davenport West — Morgan Ripperger, jr. Muscatine — Kaylee Jones, sr.; Katie Shoultz, jr. North Scott — Ashley Schabilion, sr. Pleasant Valley — Kayla Ruff, jr.; Sydney Strawser, jr.

Final MAC standings

    W    L

Pleasant Valley    8    1

North Scott    8    1

Clinton    7    2

Bettendorf    6    3

Dav. Assumption    6    3

Muscatine    4    5

Dav. North    3    6

Dav. West    2    7

Dav. Central    1    8

Burlington    0    9

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