The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

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September 30, 2013

Rebels are runner-up

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Central DeWitt statistical leaders

Kills (77) -- Katie Irwin 28, Amanda Brainerd 14, Elle Ladehoff 13, Abby Grau 10. Assists (71) -- Mackenzie Kuehn 63. Digs (73) -- Olivia Haack 16, Grau 11, Becca Grell 11, Kuehn 11. Blocks (5) -- Brainerd 4. Ace serves (19) -- Grau 6, Haack 3, Irwin 3.

Marquette Catholic statistical leaders

Kills -- Blake Banowetz 4 (vs. Maquoketa), 4 (vs. West Delaware); Marissa Schroeder 5 (vs. Linn-Mar). Assists -- Justine Kalmes 27. Digs -- Banowetz 11 (vs. Maquoketa); Anna Ambrosy 11 (vs. West Delaware), 5 (vs. Linn-Mar). Ace serves -- Kalmes 3 (vs. Maquoketa); Haley Lampe 2 (vs. West Delaware), 2 (vs. Linn-Mar).

ANAMOSA TOURNAMENT

Team standings -- 1. Troy Mills North Linn 3-0; 2. Northeast 2-1; 3. Bellevue 1-2; 4. Anamosa 0-3.

Scores

North Linn def. Northeast 14-21, 21-13, 21-15; Bellevue def. Anamosa 21-16, 21-15; Northeast def. Anamosa 21-5, 21-14; North Linn def. Bellevue 21-14, 18-21, 20-18; Northeast def. Bellevue 21-10, 22-20; North Linn def. Anamosa 21-14, 21-7.

Northeast statistical leaders

Kills -- Addie Oberman 21, Breanne Butler 9, Tierra Hildebrandt 9. Assists -- Courtney Stoll 28, Bailey Claussen 13. Digs -- Kelsey Carder 22, Stoll 17, Parson 15, Hildebrandt 14, Claussen 12. Blocks -- Butler 6, Alicia Perez 1, Oberman 1. Ace serves -- Stoll 7, Hildebrandt 7, Claussen 4, Oberman 3.

Bellevue statistical leaders

Kills (42) -- Ashley Giesemann 16, Maddie Hiland 14, Carly Rubel 7. Assists (37) -- Jackie Kremer 14, Stefanie Reed 13, Maci Reeg 5, Ali Reeg 4. Digs (65) -- Rubel 15, A. Reeg 13, Hiland 9, Kremer 9, Reed 9. Blocks (4) -- Giesemann 2, Rubel 2. Ace serves (19) -- Hiland 6, Rubel 4, Giesemann 3, A. Reeg 3.

NORTH CEDAR INVITATIONAL

North Cedar def. Calamus-Wheatland 21-15, 21-5; Lisbon def. Calamus-Wheatland 21-12, 21-17; Edgewood-Colesburg def. Calamus-Wheatland 21-14, 16-21, 16-14; Springville def. Calamus-Wheatland 25-15, 25-21.

Cal-Wheat statistical leaders

Kills (59) -- Stephanie Petersen 15, Katie Banowetz 14, McKenna Luepker 11, Nina Cray 8. Assists (55) -- Sydney Kerr 24, Kylie Wilhelm 15, Bailey Moellenbeck 9. Digs (99) -- Luepker 19, Banowetz 16, Petersen 14, Wilhelm 11, Tessa Kauffmann 11. Blocks (13) -- Petersen 7, Cray 4, Rebecca Vander Heiden 4. Ace serves -- Luepker 4, Banowetz 3, Vander Heiden 3.

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