H.S. Volleyball roundup: Canyon soars in district opener; Randall rolls, Bushland dominates

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Canyon’s Emma Crenshaw (5) hits a kill between Lubbock Estacado defenders Saturday. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]

Canyon picked up its district schedule where it left off last season.

The Lady Eagles had no problems in the District 3-4A opener, sweeping Lubbock Estacado, 25-7, 25-10, 25-8 at home Saturday.

The defending 3-4A champions have won nine straight dating back to last year, moving to 1-0 in district and 20-14 overall.

Estacado falls to 14-16, 0-1.

Senior outside hitter Emma Crenshaw had a game-high nine kills to go with four aces.

Zoey Sparks added nine kills with three blocks.

Canyon def. Estacado 25-7, 25-10, 25-8

Records: Estacado 14-16, 0-1; Canyon 20-14, 1-0.

Top performers

Canyon

Kills: Emma Crenshaw 9; Zoey Sparks 9.

Blocks: Sparks 3.

Digs: Bryli Contreras 14.

Assists: Lauren Bell 13.

Aces: Emma Crenshaw 4.

District 3-4A

Team District Overall

Canyon 1-0 20-14

Levelland  1-0 20-11

Hereford  0-0 22-13

Lamesa 0-1 20-11

Estacado. 0-1 14-16

Saturday’s matches

Canyon 3, Estacado 0

Levelland 3, Lamesa 0

Hereford 3, Caprock 0

Randall’s Zoe Parker serves during the Lady Raiders sweep of Lubbock Monterey at home Saturday. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]

District 3-5A

Randall keeps rolling

It was quite the week for the No. 3-ranked Randall Lady Raiders.

On Tuesday, the took down arch-rival Amarillo High to take the outright district lead.

On Saturday, the Lady Raiders showed no signs of slowing down, rolling over No. 8-ranked Lubbock Monterey in convincing fashion, 25-8, 25-10, 25-17 at the Randall high school gym.

Randall (29-3 overall) closes out the first half of Distrcict 3-5A play a perfect 8-0.

The Lady Raiders also push their district win streak to 34 straight games.

Monterey falls to 27-8, 6-2.

Randall senior Zoe Parker earned a double-double with 12 kills, 12 digs and four aces.

Randall def. Monterey 25-8, 25-10, 25-17

Records: Monterey 27-8, 6-2; Randall 29-3, 8-0.

Top performers

Randall

Kills: Zoe Parker 12.

Blocks: Stevie Reynecke 3.

Digs: Brianna Ford 13.

Assists: Torryn Barrientos 14.

Aces: Z. Parker 8.

Amarillo High bounces back

Amarillo High put the Randall loss behind them with a dominant, 25-11, 25-20, 25-16, sweep of Lubbock High on Friday night.

The Lady Sandies close out the first half of District 3-5A action with a 7-1 mark and are 22-12 overall.

Currie Marusak had 13 kills in the victory.

AHS def. LHS 25-11, 25-20, 25-16.

Records: Amarillo High 22-12, 7-1. Lubbock High 10-23, 0-8.

Top performers

AHS

Kills: Currie Marusak 13.

Blocks: Symone Quiles 3.

Digs: Piper Warren 5.

Assists: Hannah Shipman 16.

Aces: Corrin Davis 4.

District 3-5A standings

Team District Overall

Randall  8-0 29-3

Amarillo High 7-1  22-12

Monterey 6-2 27-8

Cooper 5-3 23-13

Coronado 4-4 19-12

Caprock  3-5 18-15

Plainview. 2-6 12-16

Palo Duro 1-7 7-21

Lubbock High 0-8 10-23

Friday’s matches

Amarillo High 3 Lubbock High 0

Coronado 3, Plainview 0

Cooper 3, Palo Duro 0

Saturday’s matches

Randall 3, Monterey 0

Hereford 3, Caprock 0

District 2-6A

Tascosa falls in five

For a second straight district match the Tascosa Lady Rebels came up just short, falling in a heartbreaking five-set loss at home to Frenship on Friday.

The Lady Tigers held off Tascosa, 25-16, 21-25, 23-25, 25-17, 10-15.

The Lady Rebels fall to 0-2 in District 2-6A and 17-14 overall. Frenship stays atop the district at 2-0 and 25-7.

Tascosa’s Taryn Galt had a team-high 28 kills, followed by Aaliyah Hardy’s 56 assists.

Frenship def. Tascosa 25-16, 21-25, 23-25, 25-17, 10-15.

Records: Frenship 25-7, 2-0; Tascosa 17-14, 0-2.

Top performers

Tascosa

Kills: Taryn Galt 28.

Blocks: Smith 4.

Digs: Kayden Bridges 27.

Assists: Aaliyah Hardy 56.

Aces: Bridges 2.

District 2-6A standings

Team District Overall

Frenship 2-0 25-7

Midland High 2-0 16-14

Odessa Permian. 1-1 15-15

Midland Lee 1-1 24-5

Tascosa 0-2 17-14

Odessa High 0-2 12-16

Friday’s results

Frenship 3, Tascosa 2

Midland High 3, Odessa High 0

Midland Lee 3, Odessa Permian 0

District 4-4A

Dumas dismantles Perryton

Dumas flexed its muscle with its ninth straight district win dating back to last season.

The defending 4-4A champions were able to down Perryton 25-11, 25-7, 25-5 at home Saturday.

Niki Kent was superb for the Demonettes with 10 kills. Francine Hernandez added 17 assists.

Dumas is 1-0 in district and improves to 15-17 overall. Perryton is 10-9, 0-1.

Dumas def. Perryton 25-11, 25-7, 25-5

Records:Perryton 10-9, 0-1; Dumas 15-17, 1-0.

Top performers

Dumas

Kills: Niki Kent 10.

Blocks: Niki Kent 6.

Digs: Aneesa Elizondo 10.

Assists: Francine Hernandez 17.

Aces: Hernandez 3.

District 4-4A

Team District Overall

Dumas 1-0 15-17

Borger 1-0 11-17

Pampa 0-0 18-10

Perryton 0-1 10-9

Dalhart 0-1 7-23

Saturday’s matches

Dumas 3, Perryton 0

Borger at Dalhart, 1 p.m.

District 1-3A

Bushland wins again

Make it 26 straight wins for the No. 1-ranked Bushland Lady Falcons.

Bushland destroyed Dimmitt Beat Dimmitt, 25-5 25-3 25-4 on the road Saturday.

The powerful Lady Falcons are an eye-opening 35-1 overall and 2-0 in District 1-3A.

Outside hitter Berrilyn Boydston had 9 aces and nine digs in the victory. Setter Ansley Sims dished out 16 assists, followed by Taryn Shultz‘s 12 assists.

Bushland def. Dimmitt 25-5, 25-3, 25-4

Records: Bushland 35-1, 2-0; Dimmitt 4-24, 0-2.

Top performers

Bushland

Kills: Kinley rudder 9.

Digs: Berrilyn Boyston 9.

Assists: Ansley Sims 16.

Aces: Boydston 9.

District 1-3A

Team District Overall

Bushland 2-0 35-1

River Road 1-0 9-19

Tulia 1-0 12-19

Friona 0-2 8-24

Dimmitt 0-2 4-24

Saturday’s matches

Bushland 3, Dimmitt, 0

Tulia 3, Friona 2

District 4-2A

Highland Park stays hot

The No. 7-ranked Highland Park Lady Hornets went on the road to snag a 25-14, 25-6, 25-4, sweep against Fort Elliott on Saturday.

The Lady Hornets stay unbeaten in District 4-2A at 6-0, and are 25-8 overall. Cynarah Rodriguez had 12 kills and three blocks. Bailey Harrison had 14 aces.

H. Park def. Fort Elliott 25-14 25-6 25-4

Records: Highland Park 25-8, 6-0. F. Elliott 1-16, 0-6.

Top performers

H. Park

Kills: Cynarah Rodriguez 12.

Blocks: Neveah Rodriguez 3.

Digs: N. Rodriguez 5.

Assists: Cassidy DeShong 11.

Aces: Bailey Harrison 14.

Fritch routs Memphis

It was a smooth bounce back game for No. 11-ranked Sanford-Fritch after losing a district showdown at Highland Park on Tuesday.

The Lady Eagles made quick work of Memphis with a 25-17, 25-8, 25-9, sweep.

Fritch is now 20-5 overall and 5-1 in district.

Memphis drops to 13-10, 4-2.

Senior Zoey Fry led Fritch with 16 kills and four blocks.

Sanford-Fritch def. Memphis 25-17, 25-8, 25-9

Records: S. Fritch 20-5, 5-1; Memphis 13-10, 4-2.

Top performers

S. Fritch

Kills: Zoe Fry 16.

Blocks: Fry 4.

Assists: Tiffani Henry 34.

District 4-2A

Team District Overall

H. Park 6-0 25-8

S. Fritch 5-1 20-5

Memphis 4-2 13-10

WT High 4-2 13-10

Miami 2-4 11-9

Wildorado 2-4 11-11

Olton 1-5 2-19

FT. Elliott 0-6 1-16

Saturday’s results

H. Park 3, F. Elliott 0

S. Fritch 3, Memphis 0

WT High 3, Miami 2

Wildorado 3, Olton 1

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