RDC Queens volleyball pick up sixth straight win

The RDC Queens picked up their sixth straight match victory Saturday in Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference play.

A night after beating the Medicine Hat College Rattlers three sets to one, the Queens did it again by the same score Saturday and improved to 6-2 on the season.

Tess Pearman led the way for RDC with 14 kills and five stuff blocks. Fourth-year outside hitter Erin Neufeldt had 12 kills on 25 attempts and Ali Greenshields had seven, along with four stuff blocks. Setter Kelly Heinemann had 38 assists in the win and libero Kaylee Domoney had 20 digs.

The Kings dropped their match 3-1 (21-25, 25-27, 25-21, 20-25) to the Rattlers Saturday, after beating them in five on Friday.

Carter Hills was the man of the match for RDC, finishing with 13 kills, five service aces and four stuff blocks. Middle Mark DeWit was efficient with seven kills on 10 attempts.

Rattlers’ Jovan Stepanovic had a match-high 17 kills.

With the loss, the Kings fell to 6-2 on the season.

Both the Kings and Queens are at Lethbridge College to take on the Kodiaks for a pair of games next weekend.



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