Kings rebound after disappointing loss

Queens fall to Clippers twice over weekend

Kings 3 Clippers 0

CARONPORT, Sask. – After letting a match get away on Friday the RDC Kings looked like themselves on Saturday.

The Kings, who blew a 2-1 lead and lost 3-2 to the host Briercrest Bible College Clippers on Friday, whipped the Clippers 25-19, 25-17, 25-20 on Saturday afternoon.

The win kept the Kings in first place in the Alberta Colleges Men’s Volleyball League South Division with a 6-2 record. BBC dropped to 5-3.

Regan Fathers led the Kings with 10 kills and eight digs while Luke Brisbane had two kills, 33 assists and five digs.

Matt Lofgren added six kills, eight digs and two blocks, Brian Grenier five kills and three digs and Ty Moorman five kills and five digs.

Clippers 3 Queens 1

While the Kings pulled ahead of the Clippers, the Queens were falling further behind.

The BBC Clippers ran their women’s South Division record to 7-1 while the Queens dropped to 5-3 with a 25-17, 18-25, 21-25, 16-25 loss to BBC Saturday. They also lost 3-2 on Friday.

Miranda Dawe continued to lead the Queens with 14 kills and 10 digs while Ashley Fehr had 27 assists and seven digs. Hanna Delemont added eight kills, Jade Van Dyke six kills, five digs and two aces and Megan Schmidt four kills and seven digs.

The RDC squads return home Friday when they host Olds.

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