AHS takes two in Abilene; Tascosa falls short to Lubbock-Cooper, Bushland rolls

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Hereford’s Taytum Stow knocks down a kill against Palo Duro during a non-district clash Friday at the PD Activity Center. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]

The last full weekend of non-district action is in the books for Texas Panhandle volleyball teams.

As of this time next week, it will be full go into the district season.

The Tascosa Lady Rebels found themselves in a tough clash with Lubbock-Cooper on Saturday. The Lady Rebels gave the Lady Pirates all they wanted, but came up short falling in a five-set classic, 25-20, 23-25, 31-29, 18-25, 21-19.

Bebe Irwin did everything in her power to help Tascosa leading the way with 17 kills and five blocks. Abrey Galt was also stellar getting the ball to Irwin and the hitters racking up 52 assists.

Cooper standout Hope Douglass had a great game knocking down 20 kills, adding 12 digs for a double-double, and five aces.

Tascosa drops to 19-11 overall. Cooper is 24-10.

Amarillo High went on the road to Abilene Wylie on Friday and nabbed two sweeps of Grandbury and Nolan Catholic. The Lady Sandies (21-11) downed Grandbury 25-13, 25-14, 25-18, then swept Nolan Catholic 25-14, 25-14, 25-15.

Brielle Worley combined for 19 kills in both victories. Jo Moffitt totaled 50 assists.

Bushland bounced back from a loss Tuesday to Lubbock-Cooper in Abilene taking down Monahans, 25-6, 25-10, 25-22, at Frenship Saturday.

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Falcons improve to 19-4 overall.

Kaela Neie stacked up 10 kills to lead the way, and teammate Jaycee Adams made 16 digs.

Friday-Saturday non-district scores

Lubbock-Cooper def. Tascosa 25-20, 23-25, 31-29, 18-25, 21-19

Tascosa— Kills: Bebe Irwin 17, Megan Sims 11; Blocks: Irwin 5, Alex Ayres 3; Digs: Sydnee Fuentes 17, Berkley Warren 14; Assists: Abrey Galt 52; Aces: Fuentes 2, Galt 2.

LC— Kills: Hope Douglass 20, D’mya Hill 18; Blocks: Carli Colbert 2; Digs: Sydney Payton 32, Douglass 12; Assists: Anndee Greenlee 28; Aces: Douglass 5.

Records: Tascosa 19-11; Cooper 24-10.

Amarillo High def. Nolan Catholic 25-14, 25-14, 25-15

AHS— Kills: Brielle Worley 7, Ella Krusa 7, Joey Pennington 7; Digs: Worley 9, Gracie Williams 6; Assists: Jo Moffitt 21, Peyton Shelton 9; Aces: Worley 3, Krusa 1.

Amarillo High def. Grandbury 25-13, 25-14, 25-18

AHS— Kills: Currie Marusak 18, Brielle Worley 12; Blocks: Joey Pennington 4; Digs: Marusak 9, Worley 7, Gracie Williams 7; Assists: Jo Moffitt 29; Aces: Peyton Shelton 5, Moffitt 3.

Record: AHS 21-11.

Randall def. Pampa 25-16, 23-25, 25-13, 25-14

Randall— Kills: Paris Patterson 14, Jordyn Gove 9; Blocks: Julia Woolsey 5, Macie Morrow 4; Digs: Taylor Irving 26, Gove 14; Assists: Maretta Ramirez 19; Aces: Patterson 5, Ramirez 3.

Pampa— Kills: Mikalie Floyd 13, Mazi Smith 5, Hallie Hawthorne 5; Blocks: Maecie Hawthorne 3, Smith 2; Digs: Floyd 14, Haley Fossett 13; Assists: Maecie Hawthorne 20; Aces: Floyd 3, Fossett 2.

Records: Randall 18-12; Pampa 19-10.

Hereford def. Palo Duro 25-8, 25-12, 25-8

Hereford— Kills: Taytum Stow 16, Nickilah Whatley 7; Blocks: Stow 5; Digs: Miranda Acosta 10, Camryn Blair 7; Assists: London Baker 19, Micah Palacios 12; Aces: Palacios 3

Record: Hereford 31-2.

Bushland def. Monahans 25-6, 25-10, 25-22

Bushland— Kills: Kaela Neie 10, Camryn Barton 6; Blocks: Mason Eberly 3, Emma Troxell 3; Digs: Jaycee Adams 16, Jada Permenter 9; Assists: Logan Culpepper 15, Millie Maupin 15; Aces: Culpepper 4.

Record: Bushland 19-4.

Dumas vs Lubbock Coronado 23-25, 25-17, 25-11, 25-17

Dumas— Kills: Sheda Madit 9, Abree Elsheimer 8, Brenley Rodriguez 8; Blocks: Madit 4, Rodriguez 1.5, Karina Puentes 1.5; Digs: Jazzy Ortiz 14, Abree Elsheimer 12; Assists: Karyme Castillo 16, Halie Coon 16; Aces:Vanessa Martinez 8, Halie Coon 2.

Record: Dumas 24-9.

Lubbock High def. Caprock 19-25, 25-23, 25-22, 25-22

Caprock— Kills: Olivia Hurnes 9, Zaybrie Huerta 5; Digs: Olivia Ortiz 18, Adrienne Preble 12; Aces: JJ Echols 2, Preble 2.

Iowa Park def. Canyon 25-13, 25-21, 20-25, 21-25, 15-13

Canyon— Kills: Ava Haugen 12, Brooklyn Simmons 9; Blocks: Haugen 4; Digs: Maclin Culwell 17; Assists: Ryne Roden 40; Aces: Haugen 2, Culwell 2.

Highland Park def. Friona 25-9, 25-13, 25-10 HP— Kills: Nevaeh Rodriquez 12, Kendalyn Kosechata 5; Blocks: Kyra Courtemanche 5, Mercedes Harton 3; Digs: Rodriquez 10, Kendalyn Kosechata 6, Kierra Kosechata 6; Assists: Harton 20; Aces: Rodriquez 3, Braylee Lewis 2, Harton 2.

Record: Highland Park 20-7.

Childress def. River Road 25-23, 25-14, 25-19

RR— Kills: Shiyan Lozano 8, Rylee Kunkel 5; Blocks: Sara Winn .5, Lozano .5; Digs: MaKanna Cooper 10, Lozano 8; Assists: Kunkel 9, Breklyn Dawson 7.

Childress— Kills: Adah Henderson 13, Corbin Daniel 12; Digs: Kenzlee Carroll 16, Aspen Lomaz 12; Assists: Jena Preston 18, Lily Stephens 17; Aces: Chloe Churchill 3.

Records: River Road 12-15; Childress 17-7.

Dalhart def. WT High 25-11, 25-19, 25-27, 25-15 Dalhart— Kills: Rhiana Todd 24, Dylan Moore 7; Digs: Todd 19, Jadyn Trusler 12; Assists: Trusler 37; Aces: Todd 3, Katelynn Hickey 3.

Record: Dalhart 9-14.

Wildorado def. Perryton 26-24, 19-25, 25-20 19-25, 18-16

Wildorado— Kills: Makenna Byrd 14, Kyndall Ragland 11; Blocks: Blocks-Brooke Trayler 3; Digs: Ragland 25, Jovi Perkins 18; Assists: Reyna Segovia 21 Giselle Esparza 20; Aces: Bailee McAlister 6 Reyna Segovia 4.

Record: Wildorado 20-10.

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