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Redwater girls sweep DeKalb; Chapel Hill triumphs

Redwater girls sweep DeKalb; Chapel Hill triumphs

September 13th, 2017 in Sports Prep

REDWATER, Texas—Redwater's varsity volleyball team swept DeKalb, 25-14, 25-9, 25-19.

Hailey Dalby led DeKalb with six service points.

Bailey O'Bannon led the Lady Dragons with 15 service points and 10 kills.

Karley Morrow added 10 kills and Bella Fernandez chipped in 11 digs for Redwater.

Bethanee Calicott contributed 18 assists for the Lady Dragons.

Redwater won the junior varsity match against DeKalb, 25-10, 25-21.

Crystal Hernandez led the Lady Bears with five service points.

Ashton Holland led the Lady Dragons with eight service points.

Redwater defeated Dekalb in the junior varsity 'B' contest, 25-19, 25-14.

Stephanie Studdard led the Lady Bears with five service points.

Jocie Bickham and Sydney McBride, each scored 10 service points for the Lady Dragons.

Redwater is 16-4 overall and 2-0 in district play. The Lady Dragons are back in action on Friday, traveling to Daingerfield.

 

Linden-Kildare falls

MOUNT PLEASANT, Texas—Chapel Hill defeated Linden-Kildare in three sets, 25-19, 25-20, 25-18.

Zoe Carlisle, Jennifer Rangle and Ja'Mya Bishop, each scored nine points for the Lady Red Devils.

Amaya Savannah led the Lady Tigers with eight points.

Sierra Johnson and MaKayla Martin, each scored seven points for L-K.

Chapel Hill defeated Linden-Kildare in the junior varsity match, 25-21, 25-20.

Jessie Haley led the Lady Tigers with 13 service points and two aces.

 

New Boston, Hooks split

NEW BOSTON, Texas—New Boston's varsity volleyball squad defeated Hooks at home, 25-19, 25-20, 25-21.

Kirsten Stuard led the Lady Lions with 12 service points.

Morgan McAlexander slammed eight kills and McKenzee Thomas contributed seven kills for New Boston.

Carleigh Reeves added six kills and Carlee Ratcliff collected 17 digs for the Lady Lions.

Grace Duffer rounded-up the New Boston performers with 30 assists.

New Boston defeated Hooks in the junior varisty 'A' match, 25-17, 25-16.

Kyler Harris led the Lady Hornets with 10 service points, while Karla Roseberry added 10 points for New Boston.

Hooks won the junior varsity 'B' match against New Boston, 25-23, 25-17.

Karsyn Vallejos led the Lady Hornets with 18 service points.

Sinaya Brewer led New Boston with nine points.

New Boston will host Paul Pewitt at home, beginning at 4:30 p.m.

 

Queen City wins

QUEEN CITY, Texas—Queen City's varsity volleyball team defeated Paul Pewitt in five sets, 25-20, 21-25, 25-23, 24-26, 15-13.

Jacie Lance led the Lady Bulldogs with 20 service points.

Madi Jones added 13 kills and Payton Beckham chipped in 21 assists.

Jayley Stringer contributed 23 digs for Queen City.

The Lady Bulldogs won the junior varsity 'A' match against Paul Pewitt, 25-20, 19-25, 25-13.

Queen City defeated Paul Pewitt in the junior varsity 'B' match, 25-19, 25-7.

 

Arkansas High prevails

EL DORADO, Ark.—Arkansas High's freshmen volleyball squad defeated conference rival El Dorado on the road, 25-17, 25-21.

Nia Stucky led the Lady Backs with nine points and Alexis Gregory added seven service points.

Jaelyn Cole led Arkansas High defensively with 10 digs and Jalynn Caldwell added four kills.

North Heights' 8th grade squad defeated El Dorado.

Jamiya Montgomery led the Lady Backs with six service points and Larnya Solomon added four points and three aces.

North Heights' 7th grade team defeated El Dorado on the road.

Samya Flowers finished with 10 service points and Ashlyn Bratton contributed five for the Lady Backs.

 

FOOTBALL

Liberty-Eylau wins

Liberty-Eylau's 7th grade football team defeated Texas Middle School in the 'A' game, 8-0.

Russell Collins scored on a 24-yard run and also scored the 2-point conversion for the Leopards.

L-E's 'B' team tied with Texas Middle School, 7-7.

Rodrecus Webster put the Leopards on the board with his 66-yard race to the endzone.

The Leopards are 1-0 overall.

 

TENNIS

Pleasant Grove tops Arkansas High

Pleasant Grove's varsity tennis squad defeated Arkansas High at home, 19-5.

Winners for the Hawks in boys' singles included Wes Humphrey, Clark Giles, Geroge Douglas, Adam Bone, Ross Wyles, Palmer Duke and Lance Taylor.

Nate Price won his singles match for the Hogs.

Shannon Lee, Caroline Joyce, Gracia Higgins, Jisu Choi, Allie Ryan, and Tiffany Hoang were winners for the Lady Hawks in singles competition.

Lauren Jones and Isabella Ethridge each won her singles match for the Lady Backs.

PG's Taylor and Cheyenne Loucks along with Arkansas High's Reece Chessir and Michael Blair each won their mixed doubles match.

Boys' doubles winners for the Hawks were Humphrey/Douglas, Giles/Duke, and Bone/Wyles.

Joyce/Higgins, Lee/Choi, and Ryan/Houng each won their girls' doubles match for Pleasant Grove.

Domonique Price and Brittany Jones won their girls' doubles match for Arkansas High.

 

Texas High perfect

HALLSVILLE, Texas—Texas High's varsity tennis squad defeated the Hallsville Bobcats on the road, 18-1.

Quinn Sanders, Griffin Johnson, Walker Trippe, Jebin Justin, Rhett Young, Conner Elliott, and Burrus Moss each won his boys' singles match for the Tigers.

Janie Rounds, Tirzah Bailey, Reagan Potts, Mallari McClaran, Julia Whitehorn, and Hollan Reed each won her girls' singles match for Texas High.

The Tigers' Sanders/Trippe, Justin/Johnson and Young/Landon Durham each won thier boys' doubles match.

Bailey/Rogers, Rounds/Potts and McClaran/Clack each won thier girls' doubles match for Texas High.

Whitehorn and Nick Mitchell swept their mixed doubles match for the Tigers.

Texas High (5-0, 2-0) is back in action on Saturday, facing Ennis and Lindale.

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