Volleyball Kings, Queens sweep Bronocs

Queens put together solid effort

Queens 3 Broncos 0

OLDS — Playing in Olds is never easy, but the RDC Queens put together a solid effort late in all three sets to down the Olds Broncos 25-22, 26-24, 30-28 in Alberta Colleges Women’s Volleyball League play.

The Queens ran their record to 7-3 and sit second in the South Division, back of 7-1 Briercrest.

Olds is fifth at 3-5.

Miranda Dawe led the Queens with 14 kills and nine digs while Brittney Davis had six kills, five digs and three blocks. Ashley Fehr finished with 27 assists, five digs and three blocks while Jade Van Dyke had six kills and Megan Schmidt and Jessica Jones five each. Lauren Marshall had 16 digs.

Janelle Neyron had 16 kills and 17 digs for Olds while Jamie Craig had 27 assists, seven digs and four blocks and Tara Yuha 12 kills.

Kings 3 Broncos 0

The RDC Kings used 13 different players in easily downing the Broncos 25-12, 25-11, 25-17 to run their record to 8-2. Olds is 0-8.

Luke Brisbane finished with 22 assists, five aces and six digs while Regan Fathers and Ben Holmes had six kills each. Ben Hankins was the RDC player of the match with four kills, three aces, two digs and a block. Waylon Auger had 10 kills and 10 digs for Olds.

The RDC teams face Ambrose in a home-and-home series to finish the first half of their ACAC season — Friday in Calgary and Saturday at 6 p.m. at RDC.

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