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October 18, 2013

Mustang spikers top Cardinal, V.B. at own triangular

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Hitting — Lynch 18/23, Graves 7/7, Fenton 6/7, Joos 22/24, Eakins 31/33, Wells 5/7, Birchmier 15/16. Team 104/117. Kills — Graves, Joos 7, Eakins 18, Wells, Birchmier 6. Team — 32.

Setting Leader — Graves 39. Team — 44.

Blocks — Eakins 3, Birchmier 5. Team — 8.

Dig Leaders — Graves 9, Birchmier 8. Team — 37.

Cardinal Statistics

Serving — Danae Moses 6/6, Amy Hart 17/18, Cassidy McMartin 15/15, Schylar Conger 3/3, Leea Ostrander 11/12, Shelby Smith 7/9, Katey Liles 14/16. Team 73/79. Aces — Hart 2, McMartin 2, Smith, Liles. Team — 6.

Hitting — Hart 22/29, McMartin 22/27, Conger 7/8, Ostrander 18/25, Dakota Durflinger 22/31, Smith 6/7, Liles 1/1, Sarah Schmidt 2/2. Team 100/120. Kills — Hart 3, McMartin 3, Conger, Ostrander 3, Durflinger 5, Smith 2. Team — 18.

Setting Leaders — Smith 14, Moses 12. Team — 28.

Blocks — McMartin 3, Durflinger 5, Smith. Team — 9.

Dig Leaders — Liles 14, Hart 12. Team — 51.

Van Buren Statistics

Serving – Katie Wilson 3/5, Alicia Fitzsimmons 7/8, Shayla Filson 8/8, Libby King 12/12, Grace Thomas 3/4, Courtney Hervey 7/8, Hallie Whitten 1/1, Aletha Wenke 1/2, Katie Wilson 1/1. Team 43/49 . Aces – none. Team – none.

Hitting – Fitzsimmons 30/34, Jenna Thornburg 10/15, Filson 11/16, Thomas 8/11, Hervey 3/4, King 2/2, Sarah Frey 02, Whitten 1/1. Team 67/85. Kills – Fitzsimmons 3, Thornburg, Filson. Team – 5.

Setting – King 6, Hervey 5. Team – 11.

Blocks – Jenna Thornburg 2. Team – 2.

Dig Leaders – Fitzsimmons 10, King 10. Team – 36.

PREP VOLLEYBALL

Ottumwa 21-21

Lincoln 18-16

Des Moines Lincoln Statistics

Aces — Riley Longden. Team — 1.

Kills — Heather Holmes 3, Katie Nickel 3, Anna Stevens 3, Longden 2, Taylor Phelps 2, Shelby Sieloff, Lauren Twelmeyer. Team — 15.

Blocks — Holmes 2, Jennifer Yang. Team — 3.

Ottumwa Statistics

Serving — Chloe Davis 12-12, Mallary Simmer 8-8, Karissa Wilcoxson 7-8, Ellie Hammack 6-6, Hope Bitner 5-5, Megan Black 1-2. Team 39-41. Aces — Davis 2, Wilcoxson 2. Team — 4.

Hitting — Black 15-16, Hammack 14-15, Bitner 7-9, Wilcoxson 7-9, Megan Cobler 4-5, Davis 2-2, Simmer 1-2. Team 50-58. Kills — Black 6, Hammack 5, Wilcoxson 3, Bitner 3. Team — 17.

Setting — Davis 9, Wilcoxson 7. Team — 16.

Blocks — Bitner 2, Wilcoxson 2. Team — 4.

Digs — Black 12, Kassidi Henderson 6, Wilcoxson 4, Davis 3, Hammack 3, Simmer 2, Bitner, Cobler. Team — 31.

Indianola 21-21

Ottumwa 16-11

Indianola Statistics

Aces — Jensen Bishop, Kristina Quijano, Kaylee Smith. Team — 3.

Kills — Kr. Quijano 9, Lexi Parker 4, Kayla Quijano 3, Nicole Coughlan 2, Hannah Lester, Smith. Team — 19.

Blocks — Lester 4, Kr. Quijano 4, Coughlan 2. Team — 10.

Ottumwa Statistics

Serving — Chloe Davis 7-7, Hope Bitner 6-6, Karissa Wilcoxson 6-6, Megan Black 4-4, Ellie Hammack 4-4, Mallary Simmer 2-2. Team 29-29. Aces — Bitner. Team — 1.

Hitting — Black 15-20, Hammack 11-12, Wilcoxson 10-11, Megan Cobler 7-8, Bitner 5-5, Simmer 5-6, Davis 1-1. Team 54-63. Kills — Black 5, Hammack 3, Bitner 2, Wilcoxson 2, Cobler. Team — 13.

Setting — Wilcoxson 8, Davis 6. Team — 14.

Digs — Black 13, Hammack 7, Wilcoxson 3, Davis 2, Simmer 2, Bitner, Cobler. Team — 27.

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