New London High School's volleyball team used three identical scores to remain undefeated Tuesday night in New London.
The Lady Tigers (8-0, 4-0) swept West Burlington, 25-17, 25-17, 25-17, in a Southeast Iowa Superconference match.
Breanna Mettler led New London at the net with 11 kills. Ashley Birdsell and Kaylor Schulte each had seven kills and Savannah Sutherland spiked four. Sutherland also had 24 assists, 19 digs and four aces on 18-for-19 serving. Mettler served three aces on 11-for-12 and Camryn Blint was 8-for-8 at the line with two aces. Carson McSorley led the Tiger defense with 34 digs.
Sydney Marlow and Iliyah Moore led West Burlington's front row with eight and seven kills. Bailey Jennings had 21 assists and two blocks. Mckenzie Fry had 18 digs and Alyssa Dameron added 17 more.
New London plays Cardinal at Eldon Thursday. West Burlington (9-4, 2-2) hosts Notre Dame Thursday.
Notre Dame 25-25-25-25
Notre Dame needed four games to defeat WACO at Father Minett Gymnasium.
Rylie Todd and Riley Brueck had 12 and 11 kills respectively to lead the Nike front row. Todd had three blocks. Claire Hackenmiller had 32 assists and she served three aces on 36-for-36 serving. Abby Crowner led the Notre Dame defense weith 29 digs and served four aces on 17-for 18. Kennedy Hopper scored five aces on 12-for-14 and finished with 21 digs. Brueck had 11 digs and Anna Marino added seven more.
Notre Dame (6-12, 1-2) plays at West Burlington Thursday.
Davenport Central 25-25-25
Burlington HIgh School's Callie Anderson and Ashley Quam each had five kills, but Davenport Central defeated the Grayhounds in a Mississippi Athletic Conference volleyball match at Davenport.
Central's Nevaeh Camp dominated the net with 16 kills and a block. Raina Smith added 13 kills.
For Burlington, Madi Setter had four kills, Tarae Warner had three and Angel Baylark added two more. Karli Glasgow had 13 assists and was 11-for-11 serving. Kylie May had two blocks and Emily Bloomer led the Burlington defense with 13 digs.
Burlington (1-7, 0-4 MAC) plays at Ottumwa Saturday. Central improved to 4-4 (2-2).
The Bullettes won 25-22, 25-17, 21-25, 25-21.
Kaitlyn Thie led Mediapolis with 22 kills, and added eight ace serves. Maya Johnson had 48 assists. Shelby Steffener had nine digs.
Mariah Mitchell and Tiffany Parsons each had 12 kills for Wapello. Addison Lolling had 25 assists. Sam Smith was 18-of-19 serving, Kirsten Hank was 15-of-16, Holly Massner was 14-of-15 with one ace, Parsons was 12-of-12 and Lolling was 10-of-10. Parsons had four blocks, while Hank had six digs.
No. 2 Holy Trinity 25-25-25
Emily Box had 21 kills and two blocks to lead second-ranked (Class 1A) Holy Trinity over Cardinal in a Superconference match at Fort Madison.
Madison Mohrfeld added seven hills and Maya Rashid finished with 30 assists and two blocks. Sam Hoenig scored eight aces on 32-for-32 serving. Erin Anderson had four aces on 15-for-15 and Box served an ace on 10-for-10. Hoenig led the defense with 10 digs. Elyse Pothitakis and Taylor Boeding each had seven digs.
Holy Trinity (4-0, 4-0) plays Central Lee Thursday at Donnellson.
Fort Madison 25-25-25
Amber Dilsaver had 12 kills and two blocks and Fort Madison swept the Chiefs in a Southeast Conference match at Keokuk.
Kaeli Hutson added 11 kills for the Bloodhounds and Shyla Farmer had four. Leigh Johnson had 31 assists. Dilsaver and Josie Pumphrey each served five aces and Olivia Williams served four. Pumphrey led the defense with 13 digs. Camryn Bailey had seven digs.
Jakala Hall led Keokuk at the net with five kills. Hall and Michaela Davis each had six assists. Davis had nine digs and was 9-for-9 serving. Abby Arrowood had two aces on 6-for-6 serving and Hall had three aces on 7-for-8.
Fort Madison (9-4, 4-0 SEC) plays in the Holy Trinity tournament on Monday. Keokuk slipped to 0-8 (0-4).
Lexee Hartsock had 16 kills and three blocks and Kyndal Townsley served eight aces on 18-for-20 efficiency to lead Winfield-Mount Union to a Superconference win over Louisa-Muscatine at Letts.
Jenna Buffington had eight kills and 10 digs for the Wolves. Lauren Jamison finished with 20 assists and four aces on 9-for-10 serving. Townsley had 21 digs and Jami Wilkerson added 10.
Winfield-Mount Union (5-9, 3-1 SEISC) hosts Mediapolis Thursday.
Lone Tree 19-16-12
Maki Mendenhall spiked 11 kills and Emma Milder had 16 digs to pace the Wildcats to a Superconference sweep at Lone Tree.
Angie Byas had five kills for Columbus and Anna Hamilton and Kayla Beenen each had four. Beenen scored four aces on 11-for-12 serving. Courtney Zaehringer, Mendenhall and Milder each served two aces. Zaehringer had 17 assists and Hamilton led the defense with 18 digs.
Columbus (3-9, 1-2) plays in the Keokuk tournament on Saturday.
West Central 25-25
West Hancock 23-10
Danyel McKune had four kills and three blocks to lead the Heat at the net in a win over West Hancock. Ariel Zang and Corinne Booton each had three kills and Tori Olson had 22 assists. Booton had eight digs and served seven points. Zang served six points.
West Hancock's Emma Knipe led all hitters with five kills and two blocks. Alyson McMillen had eight assists. Kailee Pfeiferling had seven digs and Erynn Gerhardt served six points.
West Central improved to 5-2. West Hancock is 3-7.
PV tops Grayhounds
Pleasant Valley sailed past Burlington High School, 142-38, at the BHS pool.
Burlington freshman Carlee Brown finished second in the 100-yard backstroke in a time of 1:11.48 and the Grayhounds had three third place finishes. Grace Johanns was third in the 50 freestyle (28.73), Corine Dengler was third in one-meter diving (155.80) and Hannah Hentzel was third in the 100 breaststroke (1:20.78).
In the junior varsity dual, Pleasant Valley won, 119-17. Burlington's 200 freestyle relay team of Emily Darnell, Megan Smith, Taylor Stevenson and Ellie Shepherd finished second in 2:20.66.
Charger boys win
Illini West's Jacob Bryan won the individual race and led the Chargers to the team title in the 16-team Running Raider Invitational hosted by Quincy (Ill.) Notre Dame.
Bryan toured the course in 26:12. 29 seconds faster than runner-up Riley Duliin of Monmouth-Roseville. Illini West took the team title with 1134 points, five better than Bowling Green. West Hancock was 12th with 265 points.
Illini West's Dalton Melvin (17:44) finished ninth individually and was followed by teammates Matthew Peacock (29th, 18:34), Kevin White (49th, 19:21), Eli Newton (57th, 19:35). Damian Andrews (91st, 21:07) and Joey Gambrell (108th, 22:07).
Dalton Ellingboe paced West Hancock with a sixth place finish in 17:39. He was followed to the chute by Colton Griggs (67th, 20:06), Simeon Kyle (85th, 20:41), Michael Speegle (89th, 21:01), Louie Hughes (90th, 21:06) and John McIlmoil (99th, 21:34). There were 127 runners.
Quincy High won the girls team title with 96 points. West Hancock (244) was eighth and Illlini West was 20th. There were 21 teams entered.
Zarra Humphry led West Hancock with a 14th place in 21:06 and teammate Allison Morgan was 20th in 21:35. Other Titans were Lydia Long (73rd, 25:01), Josi Radel (80th, 25:15), Jaley Huffman (84th 25:29), Emily Lucie (115th, 28:17) and Rylie Welch (120th, 29:26).
Katie Rhodes (83rdk, 25:18) paced Illini West. She was followed by Chargers Annie Sholl (111th, 27:36), Daytona Dooley (124th, 29:48), Taryn Groth (125th, 30:09) and Whitney Young (129th, 30:36).
There were 133 girls entered.
Central Lee Invite
Winfield-Mount Union swept the boys and girls team titles in the Central Lee Invitational at Green Acres Golf Club in Donnellson.
In the boys race, Brody Barton took the individual title in 18:23.05 to lead the Wolves to 31 points, 14 better than runner-up Van Buren. Central Lee was third at 80 and Keokuk was fourth at 100.
Pearl Krieger-Coble won the girls individual race in 21:21.5, leading W-MU to the team title with 33 points. Central Lee (48) was second and Van Buren (52) was third. Keokuk didn't have enough runners for a team score.
Also running for the Winfield-Mount Union boys were Jarod Kadel (3rd, 18:47), Asa Gipple (7th, 20:10), Jacob Kongable (8th, 20:21), Dane Sweezer (12th. 21:01), Bryant Holtkamp (14th, 21:35) and Nolan Russ (15th, 21:38)
Van Buren's boys were paced by Jonah Heckenburg, who finished second in 18:43. Other Warriors were Clay Neeley (5th, 19:59), Jaeden Gerig (9th, 20:29), John Orndoff (10th, 20:32), Caleb Stoltz (19th (22:27) and Quentin Story (21st, 22:32).
Jake Lamartine finished fourth in 19:56 to pace Central Lee. Other Hawks running were Morgan Martin (6th, 19:59), Aaron Farrell (20th, 22:32), Mason Rohdy (22nd, 22:35), Isaiah Seay (23rd, 23:07), Brycen Starnes (25th, 23:46) and Seth Mayes (28th, 24:25).
Connor Heinze led Keokuk with an 11th place finish in 20:35. Dylan Finch ((21:04) was 13th and Austin Derr (22:06) was 17th.
Winfield-Mount Union took the top two finishes in the girls race with Krieger-Coble winning and Ceceilia Hemsworth taking second at 22:56. Farrah Nelson (23:50) was fifth, Whitney Vantiger (26:36) was 12th, Isabella Mertens (27:26) was 13th, Johndree Harns (27:48) was 14th and Fiona Sparrow was 16th in 28:20.
Central Lee's Elizabeth Steffensmeier (23:21) and Amanda Gilpin (23:41) took third and fourth. Brianna Gruntmeir was seventh at 24:09, Alexis Fraise (27:57) was 15th, Kristyn Eaves (30:00) was 19th, Riann Mulligan (30:09) was 20th and Emily Smith (40:01) was 24th.
Codi Welch paced the Van Buren girls with a sixth place finish in 24:08. She was followed by Anna Neeley (8th, 24:20), Audrey Smith (10th, 24:38), Ceyda Nazli (11th, 26:22), Julia Bruckman (17th, 28:46), Sarah Davis (18th, 29:18) and Erin Tedrow (22nd, 35:09).
Keokuk's Hailey Finch was ninth in 24:30. Emily Buckner was 23rd ion 36:26 and Emily Hauk was 25th in 44:11.
Hound 8th graders
split with Fairfield
Bryant Williams scored two rushing touchdowns and Brock Dengler passed for three TDs to lead the Burlington eighth graders to a 54-13 win over Fairfield at Edward Stone Middle School.
Tavaris Conard and Carlo Martinez-Hale each scored a rushing touchdown. Catching TD passes were Owen Fawcett, Ryan Bowan and Tice Bertelschofer.
In the second game, Fairfield won 14-6. DJ Camera passed to Dante Lee for the Burlington touchdown. Burlington's Martinez-Hale had two interceptions and Fawcett had one.
Burlington plays at Fort Madison Tuesday.