RDP Kings volleyball outside hitter Reece Lehman connects on a hit against the Medicine Hat Rattlers on Friday night at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre in Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference men’s volleyball action.

RDP Kings volleyball outside hitter Reece Lehman connects on a hit against the Medicine Hat Rattlers on Friday night at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre in Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference men’s volleyball action.

Kings, Queens volleyball cruise past Rattlers

Kings 3 Rattlers 0

Queens 3 Rattlers 0

The Red Deer Polytechnic Kings kept their undefeated streak alive in Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference men’s volleyball action Friday.

RDP rolled past the Medicine Hat College Rattlers and improved to 5-0 with a three-set sweep (25-12, 25-14, 25-14) at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre.

Kings’ veteran middle Cody Boulding had eight kills and three stuff blocks on the evening to lead the way for RDP. The third-year Bachelor of Kinesiology student was player of the game for the home side.

First-year outside hitter Brett Lower of Red Deer also finished the match with eight kills. Patrik Toze had seven kills and Red Deer’s Reece Lehman also chipped in six kills. Setter Maddux Greves had 27 assists, three kills, two digs, one stuff block and three of the RDP’s six service aces.

On Sunday the Kings (5-0) will face the Rattlers (0-3) in Medicine Hat at 2 p.m.

The RDP Queens also swept the Rattlers in three sets (25-11, 25-10, 25-23) Friday.

The Queens had 14 aces in the match and only 15 attack errors on 67 attacks, to go along with 37 kills.

Right side Anna Carlson of Sylvan Lake led the way for the Queens with 12 kills, she also had an ace, a dig and a stuff block in the match.

Abby Lowe had two kills for the Queens but led the team with a match-high five aces.

Queens middle Sydney Rix of Red Deer had 11 kills, to go along with a dig and a stuff block. Ponoka’s Tess Pearman added seven kills for the Queens in the victory.

On Sunday the Queens (5-0) will face the Rattlers (0-3) in Medicine Hat at 4 p.m.



byron.hackett@reddeeradvocate.com

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