RDC Kings and Queens volleyball swept at Briercrest

RDC Kings and Queens volleyball swept at Briercrest

Both the RDC Kings and Queens volleyball suffered similar fates on the road in Caronport, Sask Saturday afternoon.

The Queens were swept in three straight sets (19-25,21-25, 18-25) by the Briercrest College Clippers in Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference volleyball action.

Middle Ali Greenshields of Red Deer was the player of the game for the Queens, she led the way with four kills. Rebbeca Garner was a force for the Clippers, notched a game-high 17 kills.

The Kings were also swept in three straight (25-27, 20-25, 20-25) by the Clippers. Middle Mark DeWit and Dillon Gauci were the top players for the Kings with seven kills each. Patrik Toze chipped in six, while Australian setter Tom Wass had 23 assists. RDC had five service aces and nine errors in the loss.

Bryton Codd was the top Clipper with 12 kills.

The Kings and Queens will be on the road Friday to take on the Ambrose University Lions, before playing their home opener on Oct. 26 against the Lions. First serve goes at 6 p.m. at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre.



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