The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

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September 3, 2013

Marquette Catholic takes 2nd

MILES — Edgewood-Colesburg beat Marquette Catholic 21-13, 21-7 on Saturday to win the title of the Easton Valley volleyball tournament.

Edgewood-Colesburg finished 3-0, while Marquette Catholic went 2-1, Bellevue was 1-2 and Easton Valley went 0-3. Ed-Co dropped just one set its three matches, the first one against Bellevue.

Blake Banowetz led Marquette Catholic on the day with 18 kills and six aces. She also had 18 digs and four blocks.

Maddie Hiland led Bellevue in kills (21), digs (27) and ace serves (9).

Easton Valley was led by Lizzie Meier with 22 kills, while Sabrina Bormann had eight kills, 10 digs and team highs with three blocks and five aces.

EASTON VALLEY TOURNAMENT

Standings — 1. Edgewood-Colesburg 3-0; 2. Marquette Catholic 2-1; 3. Bellevue 1-2; 4. Easton Valley 0-3.

Match scores — Edgewood-Colesburg def. Marquette Catholic 21-13, 21-7; Bellevue def. Easton Valley 21-18, 23-21; Edgewood-Colesburg def. Bellevue 19-21, 21-16, 15-11; Marquette def. Easton Valley 21-13, 15-21, 15-9; Edgewood-Colesburg def. Easton Valley 21-14, 21-18; Marquette def. Bellevue 19-21, 21-17, 15-12.

Statistical leaders

MARQUETTE CATHOLIC: Kills (42) — Blake Banowetz 18, Haley Lampe 12, Marissa Schroeder 5. Assists (41) — Justine Kalmes 34, Banowetz 3. Digs (80) — Anna Ambrosy 23, Banowetz 18, Kalmes 16, Lampe 14. Blocks (18) — Schroeder 6, Banowetz 4, Kalmes 3, Erica Timmerman 3. Aces (16) — Banowetz 6, Taylor Richman 5, Lampe 3.

BELLEVUE: Kills (52) — Maddie Hiland 21, Carly Rubel (12), Ali Reeg (5). Assists (47) — Stefanie Reed 19, Jackie Kremer 16, Reeg 7. Digs (106) — Hiland 27, Reeg 23, Rubel 19, Kremer 18. Blocks (6) — Rubel 2. Aces (15) — Hiland 9, Kremer 3.

EASTON VALLEY: Kills (40) — Elizabeth Meier 22, Sabrina Bormann 8, Mallory Kilburg 4. Assists (37) — Kilburg 25, Kalli Miller 9. Digs (59) — Gabriela Vasconcelos 23, Bormann 10, Meier 10. Blocks (5) — Bormann 3. Aces (13) — Bormann 5, Kilburg 3.

MAQUOKETA INVITATIONAL

Statistical leaders

CLINTON (5-0): Kills — Erin Wenzel 46, Elle Tubbs 23, Monique Harris 19, Hannah Dehner 15, McKenzie Petersen 13. Assists — Harris 93. Aces — Jordan Nelson 7, Harris 6, Wenzel 6, Tubbs 5. Digs — Raven Jones 23, Harris 21, Dehner 21, Shannon Shovlain 16, Wenzel 15. Blocks — Petersen 5, Dehner 4, Wenzel 4, Tubbs 4, Harris 3.

MAQUOKETA (1-4): Kills (80) — Aubree Taylor 43, Kenna Owen 1, Sarah Skladzien 9, Jenna Holtz 7. Assists (80) — Holtz 49, Lexie Case 26. Digs (108) — Rachel Bullock 38, Taylor 37, Amy Wirth 21. Blocks (22) — Catia Atienza 9, Holtz 4, Owen 3, Taylor 3. Aces (21) — Case 7, Bullock 4, Holtz 4.

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