H.S. Volleyball roundup: Caprock stays unbeaten in 3-5A; Tascosa takes down Canyon


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Caprock’s Shelbie Brazille (4) delivers a kill between two Palo Duro defenders during a District 3-5A matchup Tuesday night at the CHS Activity Center. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]

Caprock is getting the job done in the early portion of the District 3-5A schedule.

On Tuesday night, hosting crosstown rival Palo Duro, the Lady Longhorns showed no sign of letting up by taking care of the Lady Dons in a three-game sweep.

The Lady Longhorns owned the match from start to finish, taking the victory by scores of 25-11, 25-13, 25-19.

Caprock’s Aubrianna Hernandez passed out 30 assists, Raygan Lopez had 10 kills and Avery Preble chipped in with seven digs and four aces.

The win keeps the Lady Longhorns unbeaten in District 3-5A at 2-0 and are now an impressive 17-9 overall. Palo Duro drops to 6-15, 0-2.

Caprock def. Palo Duro 25-11, 25-13, 25-19.

Records: Palo Duro 6-15, 0-2. Caprock 17-9, 2-0.

Top performers

Caprock—Aubrianna Hernandez, 30 assists; Raygan Lopez, 10 kills; Avery Preble, 7 digs, 4 aces.

District 3-5A

Randall opens 3-5A with a W: As expected the No. 3-ranked Randall Lady Raiders cruised to a, 25-10, 25-18, 25-13, sweep of Lubbock High on the road Tuesday.

The red hot Lady Raiders move to 22-3 overall and 1-0 in District 3-5A. They also push their district win streak to 17 straight dating back to last year.

Randall’s Toryn Barrientos led the way with 24 digs and six digs. Zoe Parker added 11 kills with four digs.

Randall def. Lubbock High 25-10, 25-18, 25-13.

Records: Randall 22-3, 1-0. LHS 10-17, 0-2.

Top performers

Randall— Zoe Parker, 11 kills, 4 digs; Toryn Barrientos, 24 assists, 6 digs.

AHS dominates Coronado: Amarillo High went on the road and took care of business getting a, 25-12, 25-14, 25-15, sweep of Lubbock Coronado on Tuesday night.

The Lady Sandies stay atop the District 3-5A standings at 2-0 while improving to 16-11 overall. The Lady Mustangs fall to 16-9, 1-1.

Chelsie Freeman and Lauren Marler were strong at the net for AHS. Freeman knocked down 10 kills, followed by Marler with six kills and four blocks.

Amarillo High def. Coronado 25-12, 25-14, 25-15

Records: Amarillo High 16-11, 2-0; Coronado 16-9, 1-1.

Top Performers

AHS—Hannah Shipman, 23 assists; Piper Warren, 12 digs, 4 assists, Chelsie Freeman, 10 kills; Lauren Marler, 6 kills, 4 blocks.

District 3-5A standings

Team District Overall

Monterey 2-0 22-6

Amarillo High 2-0 16-11

Caprock  2-0 17-9

Randall  1-0 22-3

Coronado 1-1 16-9

Cooper 0-2 17-12

Plainview  0-1 10-11

Lubbock High 0-2 10-17

Palo Duro 0-2 6-15

Tuesday’s games

Monterey def. Cooper, 3-2

Amarillo High def. Coronado, 3-0

Randall 3, Lubbock High 0

Caprock 3, Palo Duro 0

Tascosa’s Kayden Bridges keeps a rally going against Canyon during a nondistrict match on Tuesday night. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]


Tascosa sweeps Canyon: The Tascosa Lady Rebels got back on the winning track by downing Canyon, 25-21, 25-17, 25-17 on Tuesday at the THS Activity Center.

The Lady Rebels (15-9 overall) were seemingly in control the entire night of the nondistrict matchup behind the strong play of Taryn Galt.

The senior outside hitter ended her night a game-high 19 kills. Aaliyah Hardy continues to have a big year, dishing out 27 assists to go with 10 digs.

Canyon (15-13 overall) was led by Bryli Contreras’ 22 digs.

Tascosa def. Canyon 25-21, 25-17, 25-17

Records: Canyon 15-13; Tascosa 15-9.

Top performers

Canyon— Bryli Contreras, 22 digs; Emma Crenshaw, 10 digs, 8 kills; Lauren Bell, 22 assists.

Tascosa—Taryn Galt, 19 kills; Aaliyah Hardy, 27 assists, 10 digs. Kayden Bridges, 22 digs.

Hereford downs Dumas:In what could be a future Class 4A playoff matchup, Hereford traveled north to Dumas and came away with a,25-8, 25-11, 22-25, 25-15 victory.

The Lady Whitefaces are now 15-12 overall while the Demonettes fall to 14-12.

Hereford’s size was the difference in the match. Darcy Dodd and Taytum Stowe combined for 33 kills. Dodd had a game-high 18 kills, followed by Stowe’s 15.

Hereford def. Dumas 25-8, 25-11, 22-25, 25-15

Records: Hereford 15-12; Dumas 14-12.

Top performers

Hereford—Darcy Dodd, 18 kills; Taytum Stowe, 15 kills; Rainey Aven, 13 assists.

Dumas—Sydnee Wackler, 8 assists, 4 aces; Aneesa Elizondo 16 digs.

Bushland beats Trinity: It was a rare four set match for Bushland, which took down Lubbock Trinity in four sets on Tuesday night in Lubbock.

Despite a lull in the second set, the No. 3 Lady Falcons came away with a 25-10, 21-25, 25-9, 25-18 victory.

Bushland is also able to push its record to an astounding 27-1 mark on the year.

Setters Ansley Sims and Taryn Schultz were tremendous. Sims dished out 48 assists to go with seven digs, four kills and two aces. Schultz added 40 assists with three kills and two digs.

Bushland def. Trinity 25-10, 21-25, 25-9, 25-18.

Records:Bushland 27-1.

Top performers

Bushland— Ansley Sims, 48 assists, 7 digs, 4 kills; Taryn Schultz, 40 assists, 3 kills.

HP handles Childress: It was another day at the office for the Highland Park Lady Hornets, nabbing a 25-11, 25-20, 25-15 sweep at home against Childress on Tuesday.

Senior outside hitter Cynarah Rodriguez set the tone in the victory, racking up a double-double with 10 kills and 10 assists. Bailey Harrison added to the performance with a team-high seven aces to go with five digs.

The Lady Hornets improve to 19-7 on the season thanks to the win.

Highland Park def. Childress 25-11, 25-20, 25-15

Record: Highland Park 19-7.

Top Performers

HP—Cynarah Rodriguez: 10 kills, 10 assists; Bailey Harrison: 7 aces, 5 digs.


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