H.S. Volleyball roundup: AHS sweeps Caprock; Tascosa wins thriller, Bushland keeps on rolling


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Amarillo High’s Piper Warren goes for a kill against Caprock during a District 3-5A match at Caprock on Tuesday. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]

Amarillo High completed the season sweep of Caprock while staying right on the heels of Randall for first place in the District 3-5A chase.

Caprock fought hard but the Lady Sandies had too much fire power in a 25-20, 25-12, 25-20, sweep on Tuesday night at the CHS Activity Center.

AHS (25-12 overall) moves to 10-1 in District 3-5A action, a half game back of No. 3 Randall (31-3, 10-0).

Caprock drops to 20-16 and 5-6 in district. The Lady Longhorns remain in a three-way tie for fourth place with Lubbock Coronado and Lubbock Cooper.

Senior Hannah Shipman led AHS with 34 assists. Teammate Lauren Marler had a team-best 14 kills and four blocks.

Amarillo High def. Caprock 25-20, 25-12, 25-20.

Records: AHS 25-12, 10-1; Caprock 20-16, 5-6.

Top performers


Kills: Lauren Marler 14.

Blocks: Marler 4.

Digs: Corrin Davis 11.

Assists: Hannah Shipman 34.

Aces: Chelsie Freeman 4.

District 3-5A

Randall holds off Lubbock Cooper

The Randall Lady Raiders took on a tough battle from Lubbock Cooper, but were able to come away with a hard fought road win, 25-19, 23-25, 25-17, 25-23.

After taking the first set, the Lady Pirates led by Tatum Farmer’s 12 kills on the night, took the second set to tie the match.

Eventually, senior Bri Ford took over for the No. 3 Lady Raiders to close out the match in the final two sets.

Ford was a mismatch for Cooper, finishing with a game-high 18 kills and 11 digs.

Torryn Barrientosdished out 20 assists, adding 16 digs.

Randall has now won 36 straight district matches dating back to 2017, improving to 10-0 in District 3-5A and 31-3 overall.

Cooper (23-16) drops to 5-6 in district, staying in a three-way tie for fourth with Caprock and Lubbock Coronado.

Randall def. Cooper 25-19, 23-25, 25-17, 25-23.

Records: Randall 31-3, 10-0; Cooper 23-16, 5-6.

Top performers


Kills: Bri Ford 18.

Blocks: Stevie Reynecke 5.

Digs: Peyton Irwin 20, Torryn Barrientos 16.

Assists: Barrientos 20, Merritt Snell 16.

Aces: Snell 2, Irwin 2.

District 3-5A

Team District Overall

Randall  10-0 31-3

Amarillo High 10-1  25-12

Monterey 9-2 30-8

Cooper. 5-6 23-16

Coronado 5-6 20-14

Caprock  5-6 20-16

Plainview 3-7 13-17

Palo Duro 1-10 7-24

Lubbock High 0-10 10-25

Tuesday’s results

Randall 3, Cooper 1

Monterey 3 Coronado 1

Amarillo High 3, Caprock 0

Plainview 3, Palo Duro 1

District 2-6A

Tascosa wins thriller in Midland

Tascosa’s run through the District 2-6A continues to be a flare for the dramatics.

The Lady Rebels played their third five-set game in five district matches, coming away with a thrilling win at Midland Lee on Tuesday night.

Five-set matches haven’t been kind to Tascosa of late, however, the Lady Rebels were able to change that luck taking down Midland Lee, 21-25, 27-25, 25-22, 22-25, 15-11.

More importantly, Tascosa has won three straight improving to 3-2 in District 2-6A and 20-14 overall. The Lady Rebels pull into a second place tie the Midland Lee (26-6 overall) at 3-2, and trail only Frenship (28-7, 5-0) at the halfway point of the league race.

Lauren Avila and Taryn Galt played big on the outside combining for 31 kills. Avila led the team with 16, Galt added 15. Aliyah Hardy had a game-high 49 assists.

Tascosa def. Midland Lee 21-25, 27-25, 25-22, 22-25, 15-11.

Records: Tascosa 20-14, 3-2; Midland Lee 26-6, 3-2.

Top performers


Kills: Lauren Avila 16; Taryn Galt 15.

Blocks: Quay Smith 5.

Digs: Kayden Bridges 26.

Assists: Aliyah Hardy 49.

Aces: Abbott 1.

District 2-6A

Team District Overall

Frenship 5-0 28-7

Tascosa 3-2 20-14

Midland Lee 3-2 26-6

Midland High 3-2 17-16

Odessa Permian 1-4 15-18

Odessa High 0-5 12-19

Tuesday’s results

Tascosa 3, Midland Lee 1

Midland High 3, Odessa Permian 0

Frenship 3, Odessa High 0

District 3-4A

Hereford rolls over Levelland

Hereford did a good job of not looking ahead to its showdown against Canyon on Saturday, taking care of Levelland in a 25-23, 25-18, 25-18 sweep on the road Tuesday.

The Lady Whitefaces stay perfect at 3-0 in District 3-4A and 25-13 overall. Hereford will face Canyon (22-13, 3-0) for outright first place of the district lead at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Darcy Dodd was tough to stop Tuesday, earning a double-double. The senior finished with a team-high 12 kills and 11 digs.

Levelland drops to 20-13, 1-2.

Hereford def. Levelland 25-23, 25-18, 25-18.

Records: Hereford 25-13, 3-0; Levelland 20-13, 1-2.

Top performers


Kills: Darcy Dodd 11.

Blocks: Taytum Stowe 4.

Digs: Dodd 12.

Assists: Rainey Aven 20.

Aces: Dodd 2.

District 3-4A

Team District Overall

Canyon 3-0 22-14

Hereford  3-0 25-13

Levelland  1-2 20-13

Lamesa 1-3 21-13

Estacado 0-3 14-18

Tuesday’s results

Hereford 3, Levelland 0

Lamesa 3, Estacado 0

District 4-4A

Team District Overall

Dumas 3-0 17-17

Pampa 3-0 21-10

Borger 2-2 12-19

Dalhart 0-3 7-25

Perryton 0-3 10-11

Tuesay’s matches

Pampa 3, Dalhart 0

Borger 3, Perryton 0

District 1-3A

Bushland increases impressive streak

In a battle for district supremacy the No. 1-ranked Bushland Lady Falcons left no doubt who the better team was on Tuesday.

The Lady Falcons upended Tulia on the road by cruising to a 25-9, 25-11, 25-11 sweep.

The Lady Falcons increase an eye-opening district win streak that’s dates back a decade. With the victory, Bushland has now won 80 straight district matches that goes all the way back to 2009.

The Lady Falcons last district loss was to Highland Park in 2009.

First-year coach Jason Culpepper’s team improves to 36-1 overall this season and 4-0 in District 1-3A. Bushland also improves a season-long win streak to 28 straight games.

The Lady Falcons have dominated through the first half of District 1-3A. They’ve yet to drop a set, and have outscored their opponents 302-92 in points.

Ansley Sims racked up a double-double against Tulia with 20 assists and 10 kills. Teammate Berrilyn Boydston came up with 17 digs.

Tulia falls to 14-21, 3-1.

Bushland def. Tulia 25-9,25-11, 25-11.

Records: Bushland 36-1, 4-0; Tulia 14-21, 3-1.

Top performers


Kills: Ansley Sims 10, Addyson Tiffin 9.

Blocks: Addyson Tiffin 3.

Digs: Berrilyn Boydston 17.

Assists: Sims 20, Taryn Schultz 10.

Aces: Kinley Rudder 3.


Kills: Jocelyn Velasquez 4.

Digs: Velasquez 10.

District 1-3A

Team District Overall

Bushland 4-0 36-1

Tulia 3-1 14-21

Friona 2-2 10-24

River Road 1-3 9-22

Dimmitt. 0-4 4-26

Tuesday’s results

Bushland 3, Tulia 0

Friona 3, River Road 1

District 4-2A

Highland Park flexes muscle

It was a quick night of work for No. 7 Highland Park against Memphis at home on Tuesday.

The Lady Hornets eased past the Lady Cyclones thanks to a 25-9, 25-11, 25-10 sweep to stay unbeaten in district action.

Highland Park (28-8 overall), which has clinched a Class 2A playoff spot, stays all alone in first place in District 4-2A at 9-0.

Senior Cynarah Rodriguez knocked down 14 kills with nine assists. Teammate Emma Patterson added a game-high seven aces and six digs.

Highland Park def. Memphis 25-9, 25-11, 25-10.

Records: Memphis 15-11, 6-3; H. Park 28-8, 9-0.

Top performers

H. Park

Kills: Cynarah Rodriquez 14.

Blocks: Cassidy DeShong 3.

Assists: DeShong 10, C Rodriquez 9

Digs: Emma Patterson 6.

Aces: Patterson 7.

Fritch downs Wildorado

Sanford-Fritch stayed a game back of Highland Park for first place in District 4-2A, easing past Wildorado, 25-14, 25-8, 25-13.

Senior Zoe Fry continues her incredible season with 19 kills, six digs and four blocks in the victory.

The No. 11 Lady Eagles are 23-5 overall and 8-1 in district play.

Sanford-Fritch def. Wildorado 25-14, 25-8, 25-13.

Records: Wildorado 12-13, 3-6; S. Fritch 23-5, 8-1.

Top performers

S. Fritch

Kills: Zoe Fry 19.

Blocks: Fry 4

Digs: Fry 6.

Assists: Tiffani Henry 27.

District 4-2A

Team District Overall

x-H. Park 9-0 28-8

x-S. Fritch 8-1 23-5

Memphis 6-3 15-11

WT High 6-3 15-11

Wildorado 3-6 12-13

Miami 3-6 12-11

Olton 1-8 2-22

FT. Elliott 0-9 1-19

Tuesday’s results

H. Park 3, Memphis 0

S. Fritch 3, Wildorado 0

Miami 3, F. Elliott 0

WT High 3, Olton 0

x-clinched playoff berth

y-clinches district championship


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