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Camanche Indians sweep Northeast on Senior Night

GOOSELAKE — The Camanche Indians swept the Northeast Rebels on the road Tuesday night, despite extra energy from the Northeast team on Senior Night.

“The night didn’t go the way we wanted it to,” Northeast head coach Aubree Tanzillo said. “We need to stay disciplined and stick to our training. Camanche was a solid team. There were many missed opportunities tonight that we will need to continue to fix and practice.”

Right after the seniors were recognized, the Rebels came out ready to play. That first set proved the closest with a score of 25-17. Camanche took the next two sets as well to end the match.

“We went back and forth right there at the beginning,” Camanche head coach Heather Clarke said. “We called a timeout and adjusting some things, but other than that we put up some strong blocks and put the ball down.

Clarke touted the efforts of Lea Lefebure and Madi Parson for the net play on Tuesday.

Parson had 18 kills for the Indians on Tuesday. Lefebure and Sami Puckett each added seven to the mix, and Lefebure had a team high four blocks.

“We were pretty slow at the beginning, but we got warmed up and played well,” Clarke said.

Parson also led the team from the back row with 12 digs. Camaryn Carstensen pitched in nine, and Marly Bussa had eight. The Indians had 11 aces.

Irish can’t grab first win

CLINTON — Prince of Peace lost a close match to Midland at home on Tuesday night in Tri-Rivers Conference play.

The Irish were looking for their first win of the season with a very young team.

Midland took the match from the Irish 25-18, 25-20, 25-21. Prince of Peace was led at the net by Anabel Blount with six kills. Emma Kitteringham had two blocks as well. Freshman Paige Kuehl went 12-12 serving, including four aces. Isabel Hansen had nine assists.

Prince of Peace will travel to Bellevue to take on Marquette Catholic on Thursday.

Steamers win on road

SHERRARD — The Fulton Steamers took a match from Sherrard on the road in just two sets Tuesday night.

The Steamers won 25-22 and 25-16.

The play at the net was led by Emily Schipper with eight kills and Rachael Huizenga with five. The Steamers had 20 kills as a team, and 10 blocks. Four of the blocks came from Megan Bailey.

In the back row, Kearra Kohrt dug the ball up six times, and Kylee Sweenie pitched in four more.

Brooke Huizenga had ten assists for the Steamers. She also had a team high four service aces.

Fulton upset with conference

ORION — The Fulton Steamers boys’ golf team did not have a good day on the course in the conference golf meet at Valley View on Tuesday.

“We’ve done a lot of good things this year but today was disappointing,” head coach Kevin Ver Hoeven said. “When we had some adversity we didn’t do a very good job of fighting through it. Hopefully we will learn from this and we will be much better next Tuesday at regionals.”

The teams final score was 241, which put them in last place out of six schools. Riverdale led the pack with a team score of 308.

Jason Sikkema finished seventh overall with an 80. Andrew Schrader golfed an 82 and Alex Hartman an 85.

West Carroll finished regular golf season

THOMPSON—The West Carroll boys’ golf team was happy with the performance in a matchup against Galena and Sandburr Run.

“We finished the regular season on a great note by shooting our best score of the year and kept it close with a tough Galena team,” head coach Joseph Meade said. “Four of our boys finished with their best rounds of the year, and we almost had five scores in the 40’s tonight.

“We almost played spoiler to Galena, and hats off to them for finishing the regular season undefeated, but this was a great way to prepare for our upcoming Conference and Regional tournaments.

West Carroll finished just 8 strokes behind Galena with a team score of 185. Ethan Reiland and Deacon Hill led the way, both golfing a 44. Jacob McLuckie wasn’t far behind, finishing with a 46.

Galena golfer Tyler Moran finished with the best score of the day with a 41.

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