Sydney Marlow hasn't completed her first high school volleyball season yet, but she's already in the record book.
Marlow, a freshman, broke the West Burlington HIgh School single-season kill record and led the Lady Falcons to a 25-13, 25-14, 25-16 win over Cardinal in a SEI Superconference South Division match at Eldon Tuesday night.
Marlow pounded 22 kills, upping her season ante to 348. The previous school record was 342 set by Nina Johnson in 2011.
The Falcons' Iliyah Moore finished with four kills and two blocks. Alyssa Dameron had four kills and 15 digs. Bailey Jennings had 28 assists and scored four aces on 8-for-8 serving. Michenna Hunt had two blocks and had one ace on 16-for-16 serving.
West Burlington improved to 25-7 and is idle until Oct. 23 when it hosts Mediapolis in the district tournament.
No. 7 Holy Trinity 25-25-25
Notre Dame 12-21-13
No. 7 (Class 1A) Holy Trinity picked up its 30th win of the season by sweeping Notre Dame in Fort Madison, and the Crusaders completed the South Division slate at 8-0.
It was Holy Trinity's 71st consecutive conference victory.
Holy Trinity's Emily Box led the hitters with 28 kills and the defenders with 16 digs. She landed two aces on 12-for-12 serving. Eryn Anderson had eight kills, eight digs and an ace on 12-for-14 serving. Taylor Boeding had six kills, 13 digs and five aces on 10-for-10 serving. Madison Mohrfeld had three kills. Maya Rashid finished with 31 assists, 14 digs, a kill and three aces on 13-for-13 serving. Samantha Hoenig had one kill and was 10-for-10 serving. Eyse Pothitakis had 11 digs and was 15-for-15 serving.
Riley Brueck led Notre Dame at the net with 10 kills and she added 17 digs on defense. Anna Marino had four kills and five digs and Rylie Todd had three kills and four blocks. Claire Hackenmiller finished with 20 assists, three kills and five digs and was 12-for-12 serving. Kennedy Hopper had 11 digs and was 7-for-7 serving. Abby Crowner led the Nike defense with 19 digs.
Holy Trinity (30-5) plays in Thursday's Mediapolis tournament. Notre Dame ended its regular season at 16-24 overall and 4-4 in the South Division.
Lone Tree 24-14-15
Kaitlyn Thie spiked 17 kills and Ellie Gerber, Helaina Hillyard and Ruthie Jahn each had nine kills to power Mediapolis to a North Division sweep of the Lions at Lone Tree.
The Bullettes' Maya Johnson had 38 assists, three kills and an ace. Hillyard and Thie each served two aces. Shelby Steffener led the defense with 15 digs.
Mediapolis (10-18) hosts a tournament Thursday.
West Central 25-25
Corinne Booton led West Central at the net with five kills and the defense with 12 digs to lead the Heat to a sweep at ROWVA.
Danyel McKune finished with four kills. Tori Olson had four assists and eight digs. Lacey Bigger served 11 points, including three aces, and she had four assists.
Lexee Hartsock and Jenna Buffington each had 18 kills and Winfield-Mount Union needed four games to defeat the Wildcats at Columbus Junction.
Hartsock finished with three blocks and Buffington and Liana Sweezer each had two. Lauren Jamison finished with 29 assists. Pearl Krieger-Coble had two aces on 18-for-19 serving. Sabrina Moody (12-13) also served two aces and Molly Jennings (10-10) had one ace. Kyndal Townsley led the Wolves' defense with 20 digs. Jamison and Krieger-Coble each had eight digs and Buffington had seven.
Courtney Zaehringer led Columbus at the net with eight kills and Maki Mendenhall had seven. Angie Byas and Anna Hamilton each finished with four kills. Mendenhall scored three aces on 17-for-17 serving. Hamilton was 8-for-8 with an ace. Zaehringer also led in assists with 14. Byas had a block. Hamilton led the Columbus defense with 21 digs.
Winfield-Mount Union ended its regular season at 12-18 overall and 4-4 in the North Division. The Wolves host Keota Tuesday in district play. Columbus (5-25) plays at Danville Tuesday.
No. 14 Fort Madison 25-25-25
Jillian Wiseman and Kaeli Hutson each had six kills and No. 14 (Class 4A) Fort Madison swept the Demons in a Southeast Conference match at Fort Madison.
The Bloodhounds completed their conference record at 8-0 and improved overall to 23-5.
Wiseman had four blocks. McKenna Fehseke and Courtney Woodley each hit five kills for Fort Madison. Leigh Johnson had 26 assists and an ace on 12-for-12 serving. Kamryn Bailey had four aces on 13-for-13 serving and Amber Dilsaver served four aces on 10-for-11. Woodley had an ace on 10-for-10. Bailey led the Bloodhound defense with 11 digs and Josie Pumphrey had 10.
Fort Madison competes in the Mediapolis tournament Thursday.
Central Lee 22-25-25-25
Mya Merschman had 13 kills and three blocks and Makenna Hall, Anna Krehbiel and Kennedy Mercer each had 11 kills to lead the Lady Hawks to victory over WACO at Donnellson.
Central Lee's Ava Doyle had 17 assists and Zoe Eschman finished with 13. Hall had five aces on 16-for-17 serving. Chloe Weber had five aces on 18-of 20. Doyle scored four aces and Merschman had two. Krehbiel had 18 digs, Hall had 17 and Weber added 11.
Central Lee (15-15) hosts Mid-Prairie next Wednesday.
Van Buren 19-25-25-25
Hannah Hudson and Selena Sayre each pounded 15 kills to lead Van Buren to victory at Danville.
Sayre and Grace Davidson each had four blocks. Logan Schmidt had 37 assists. Isabell Manning had three aces on 13-for-13 serving and Davidson had two aces on 19-for-19. Manning led the Warrior defense with 37 digs.
Van Buren ended its regular season at 19-10 overall and 5-3 in the South Division.
Mariah Mitchell and Tiffany Parsons combined for 43 kills and 14 blocks to lead the Arrows to victory over Highland at Riverside.
Mitchell had 25 kills and seven blocks. Parsons finished with 18 kills and seven blocks. Grace Gustison had five blocks. Addison Lolling finished with 42 assists and she served 18-for-18. Mitchell had three aces on 13-for-14 serving. Kirsten Hank and Parsons led the Wapello defense with 10 digs each. Mitchell had seven.
Wapello (20-11, 6-2 SEISC North) hosts Durant Tuesday.
win Invite titles
Illini West's Jacob Bryan won the individual title in 16:45.41 and the Chargers won their own Charger Invitational boys team title at the Carthage Public Golf Course in Carthage, Ill.
Mendon Unity won the girls team title.
Illini West won the boys title with 21 points and was followed by West Hancock (49), Mendon Unity (61) and Keokuk (103).
Bryan was followed to the chute by teammates Dalton Melvin (3rd, 17:15), Matt Peacock (5th, 18:28), Eli Newton (7th, 18:42), Kevin White (8th, 18:44), Damian Andrews (10th, 19:00) and Joey Gambrell (19th, 20:48).
West Hancock's Dlton Ellingboe finished second individually in 17:02.02. Other Titans were John McLimoil (12th, 19:45), Colton Griggs (13th, 19:58), Louie Hughes (14th, 19:59), Kyle Simeon (16th, 20:13) and Michael Speegle (21st, 21:12).
Keokuk's Connor Heinz finished 17th in 20:30, followed by Chiefs Isaiah Seay (22nd, 21:16), Brett Hammel (23rd, 21:36), Dylan Finch (24th, 22:22) and Brady Finch (27th, 24:58).
West Central's Freeman Shoemaker finished fourth individually in 17:32.86. West Central didn't have enough runners for a team score.
In the girls event, Unity was first with 24 points, West Hancock was second at 31 and Illini West was third with 74.
Zarra Humphry finished second individually in 20:15.94 to lead West Hancock. Other Titans were Allison Morgan (3rd, 20:18), Lydia Long (8th, 23:52), Josi Radel (10th, 23:54), Jaley Huffman (11th, 23:56), Riley Welch (18th, 26:06) and Emily Lucie (21st, 26:10).
Katie Rhodes paced Illini West with a 12th place finish in 24:51. Also running for the Chargers were Annie Sholl (17th, 25:35), Daytona Dooley (20th, 26:09), Whitney Young (22nd, 26:41) and Taryn Groth (24th, 28:00).
Keokuk had two runners. Hailey Finch was fifth in 22:40 and Destiny Bennett took 13th in 24:51.
MONDAY'S LATE RESULTS
Wildcats drop two
Columbus dropped two matches Monday night. English Valleys defeated the Wildcats 21-17, 21-14, and Montezuma beat Columbus, 21-9, 21-14.
Maki Mendenhall led the Columbus hitters against English Valleys with six kills. Angie Byas and Olivia Carrier each had two kills. Taylor Howell served four aces. Courtney Zaehringer had nine assists and Mendenhall and Emma Milder each had four digs.
Against Montezuma, Byas had three kills and Mendenhall had two. Zaehringer had six assists and Mendenhall led the defense with eight digs. Milder had four digs and Anna Hamilton added three.
Columbus slipped to 5-24.
Stone ends season
winning 3 of 4
Edward Stone Middle School's seventh grade teams won three of four matches to end the season.
The Stone "A" team (7-2) beat Keokuk, 21-4, 21-12. Lauren Summers finished with seven aces and seven kills. Callista Gotos served eight aces and had two kills. Marissa Huff had four aces and a kill, Mattingly Lair led with three assists,
The Stone "B" team (7-2) won 22-20, 21-12. Nevaeh Ertz and Ella Schroeder each served two aces. Tedyn Heckenberg spiked one kill. Sophie Preader, Gracie Walsh, Heckenberg and Laina Robbins each served an ace.
Keokuk topped the Stone "C" team (1-8), 21-18, 21-13. Gracie Walsh led Stone with two kills and two aces. Jenna Hesseltine and Preader each had two aces and a kill. Anya Anderson served two aces.
Stone's "D" team (4-0-1) beat Keokuk, 21-17, 21-7. Walsh served five aces. Ertz and Jessica Ricketts each finished with three aces and a kill. Ellie Brunken had two aces, Macy McGinity had two kills and Katelyn Washington had one ace and one kill.