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Warriors cap season at Northwood


Warriors cap season at Northwood

Staff report

Rockford moved past the first round of the postseason last week aginast Riceville, but found itself on the other side of the ball at Northwood-Kensett on Tuesday night.

The Warriors fell in three sets to the Vikings on the road, ending their season at 14-15.

Junior Theresa Jones led the Warriors in two categories on Tuesday. The main assist leader had 10 assists and nine digs for her team.

Jones finished sixth in the Top of Iowa Conference East Division in total number of assists (170).

Junior Skylar Schmitt was nineth in the East Division with 77 kills this season. She added to that Tuesday night by tallying up five more and recroding seven digs.

Junior Emma Staudt led the East Division in attack percentage this year. Staudt was successful on 100 attacks, missing only nine times for a percentage of 91.7, the highest in the division. Staudt earned four more kills Tuesday night.

Junior Mackenzie Rooney was seventh in the same category. Rooney brought in only one kill but nine digs against the Vikings.

As a team, the Warriors were third in the division in attack percentage, 84.9 percent successful. They were just behind No. 1 West Fork and No. 2 Central Springs.

The Warriors were also third in blocks per set at 2.6 bloks.

That was just shy of second place North Butler’s three blocks per set.

The Warriors graduate only two seniors, Madelyn Palus and Mackenzie Theiman.

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