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L-E, Redwater, Pewitt top tourney seeds

L-E, Redwater, Pewitt top tourney seeds

August 10th, 2018 by Brian Tyl in Sports Prep

REDWATER, Texas—The volleyball hokey-pokey is all about digs, kills, assists and serves; that's what it's all about.

Liberty-Eylau, Paul Pewitt, and Redwater went undefeated after the first day of the Redwater Spikers' volleyball tournament Thursday.

The action continues Saturday, with teams in the championship and challengers' brackets.

Paul Pewitt earned first in Pool A with a 3-0 record, followed by Hughes Springs in second, Maud third, and Redwater junior varsity fourth.

Liberty-Eylau went 3-0 and is the first seed from Pool B. Chapel Hill was second, Queen City third, and Linden-Kildare fourth.

Redwater won all three of its matches and is the top seed from Pool C. Columbia Christian earned the second seed, Jefferson third, and James Bowie was fourth.

Redwater plays Chapel Hill at 9 a.m. in the new gym in the championship bracket on Saturday, while Hughes Springs takes on Columbia Christian at 10.

Paul plays the Redwater-Chapel Hill winner at 11 a.m., and Liberty-Eylau takes on the Hughes Springs-Columbia Christian winner at noon.

The championship match is at 4, and two teams will compete for third place at 3.

 

Liberty-Eylau 2, Chapel Hill 1

Skylar Bailey served in 21 points to lead the Lady Leopards to a 25-21, 23-25, 25-19 victory over the Lady Red Devils.

 

Queen City 2, Linden-Kildare 0

Colleen Kilgore found her rhythm and slapped in 26 service points as the Lady Bulldogs rolled past the Lady Tigers, 25-15, 25-6.

Zardajah Mitchell paced L-K with seven service points.

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Chapel Hill 2, Queen City 0

Necie Larry had 10 service points for the Bulldogs, but the Red Devils swept with a 25-15, 25-23 win.

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Liberty-Eylau 2, Linden-Kildare 0

Daycoria Meadows slapped in 17 points to lead the Leopards over the Tigers, 25-15, 25-9.

Jessie Haley had 10 service points for L-K.

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Chapel Hill 2, Linden-Kildare 0

Haley paced the Tigers with six points on serve, but L-K fell, 25-19, 25-8.

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Liberty-Eylau 2, Queen City 0

Meadows led her team again in service points with 12, and teammate Keely Norris added 10 as the Leopards swept the Bulldogs, 25-20, 25-18.

Abby Watkins had nine service points, while teammate Larry served in eight for QC.

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Maud 2, Redwater Junior Varsity 0

Annelise Flowers served in eight points as the Cardinals swept the Dragons' jayvee, 25-23, 25-17.

Sydeney McBride had seven points for Redwater.

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Pual Pewitt 2, Redwater JV 0

Jacie Crocker and Hannah Herron each had 11 service points to lead the Lady Brahmas to the victory, 25-20, 25-16.

McBride paced the Dragons with seven.

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Hughes Springs 2, Maud 0

The Mustangs swept the Cardinals, 25-20, 25-17, and Rylie Tenbrook and Lauren Spaniel had a game-high six service points each.

Makenna Jones, Lanie Lee, and Alyssa Hawley-Twite each had four points for Maud.

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Paul Pewitt 2, Maud 1

The Brahmas outlasted the Cardinals, 26-28, 25-18, 25-20.

Crocker slapped in a game-high 20 service points for Pewitt, while teammates Calli Osmon and Destiny Jones each added seven.

Jones paced Maud with 15 service points, while teammate Flowers had 10.

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Paul Pewitt 2, Hughes Springs 1

Osmon served in 12 points to propel the Brahmas to a 25-19, 25-27, 25-21, win over the Lady Mustangs.

Crocker had seven service points for Pewitt, and Emily Cole had six.

Jacee Short led Hughes Springs with eight points on serve, while Cori Johnson added six.

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Hughes Springs 2, Redwater JV 0

Cori Johnson had a game-high 13 service points to lead the Mustangs to victory.

Zoe Lanier added nine points on serve for Hughes Springs.

The Dragons were led by Kassidy Warner's nine service points.

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Redwater 2, James Bowie 0

Keeley Wilbur had 12 service points to lead the Dragons to the win, 25-19, 25-7.

Karley Morrow slapped in 11 points for Redwater.

Sheridan Byram led the Lady Pirates with seven service points.

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Redwater 2, Columbia Christian 0

Wilbur and Karlee Carmony each had seven service points as the Dragons swept Columbia Christian, 25-12, 25-12.

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Jefferson 2, James Bowie 1

Candis Caddenhead served in 15 points, but Jefferson prevailed, 20-25, 25-22, 25-16.

Autumn Chism slapped in 12 points for the Pirates

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Redwater 2, Jefferson 0

Madison Orr had 10 points to lead the Dragons to a 25-19, 25-17 victory over the Lady Bulldogs.

Karley Morrow contributed seven points on serve for Redwater.

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Columbia Christian 2, James Bowie 0

Byram had four service points, but the Crusaders swept the Pirates, 25-19, 25-17.

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