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Sioux City volleyball team wins AAU state title

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The Sioux City Ambush celebrate after winning the AAU volleyball title. (submitted photo) The Sioux City Ambush celebrate after winning the AAU volleyball title. (submitted photo)
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) - A group of freshman girls from three different metro schools won the AAU Volleyball Iowa State Championship on Saturday in Newton, Iowa.
 
The Sioux City Ambush team consists of six Heelan Girls, two Sgt. Bluff-Luton girls and one from East. Their Head Coach is Bob Edwards and they are managed by Deb Jesse.
 
This is their third trip to state. The Ambush finished third last year in a field of 64 and won it all this year in a field of 19 teams.  The girls swept their pool play winning every game and played East Sac County for the Championship and won in three games.
 
The members of the team are: Bishop Heelan - Hannah Jesse, Maddy Lamson, Allison Leonard, Abby McCarthy, Maddie Uhl, & Mary Volz.

Sgt. Bluff-Luton - Anna Jochum & Chelsea Spreng.

Sioux City East - Lexi Lapke.

Lapke made the all-tournament team and McCarthy was named the most valuable player.
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