H.S. Volleyball roundup: Randall rolls, Caprock snaps skid; Bushland, Tascosa get nondistrict wins


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FILE— Randall’s Brianna Ford keeps a rally alive during a match against Caprock on Saturday. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]

The Randall Lady Raiders were able to keep pace with Lubbock Monterey and Amarillo High for first place in the district chase.

Randall wasted no time downing Plainview, cruising to a 25-8, 25-14, 25-18 sweep at Plainview’s Gym on Tuesday.

The No. 3-ranked Lady Raiders improve to 26-3 overall and a perfect 5-0 in District 3-5A. Randall is tied with Amarillo High (20-11, 5-0) and trail Lubbock Monterey (26-6, 6-0) by a half game for first place.

Senior Brianna Ford knocked down 10 kills, had seven digs and three blocks. Torryn Barrientos passed around 19 assists with four aces.

Randall def. Plainview 25-8, 25-14, 25-18

Records: Randall 26-3, 5-0; Plainview 11-14, 1-4.

Top performers


Kills: Brianna Ford 10, Kiar Parker 9.

Blocks: Ford 3; Stevie Reynecke 3.

Digs: Peyton Irwin 11, Zoe Parker 8.

Assists: Torryn Barrientos 19.

Aces: Barrientos 4.

Caprock snaps losing skid:The Caprock Lady Longhorns snapped a recent three-game losing skid, taking down Lubbock High, 25-18, 25-22, 25-16 at home Tuesday.

The victory was key for Caprock which pulls back to .500 in District 3-5A at 3-3 and 18-12 overall. The Lady Longhorns get set for another big match Friday night when they travel to Lubbock Cooper (20-13, 2-3) for a 5 p.m., start.

Shelbie Brazille led Caprock with 11 kills while teammate Raygan Lopez slammed down nine.

Aubri Hernandez made a game-high 26 assists.

Caprock def. Lubbock High 25-18, 25-22, 25-16.

Records: LHS 10-20, 0-5; Caprock 18-12, 3-3.

Top performers


Kills:Shelbie Brazille 11; Raygan Lopez 9.

Digs: Getse Carrasco 9.

Assists:Aubri Hernandez 26.

District 3-5A standings

Team District Overall

Monterey 6-0 26-6

Amarillo High 5-0 20-11

Randall  5-0 26-3

Caprock  3-3 18-12

Cooper 2-3 20-13

Coronado 2-4 17-12

Plainview 1-4 11-14

Lubbock High 0-5 10-20

Palo Duro 0-5 6-19

Tuesday’s games

Cooper 3, Coronado 1

Randall 3, Plainview 0

Caprock 3, Lubbock High 0

Monterey 3, Palo Duro 0


District 1-2A

Highland Park keeps rolling: It was another night at the office for No. 7-ranked Highland Park.

The Lady Hornets were able dismantled district foe West Texas High in a 25-4, 25-15, 25-9, sweep at home Tuesday.

The sister duo of Nevaeh and Cynarah Rodriguez continue to impress for Highland Park. Nevaeh tallied 12 kills, nine aces and seven blocks. Cynarah followed with 12 kills of her own to go with eight assists.

The Lady Hornets stay unbeaten in District 1-2A at 3-0 and improve to 22-8 overall. WT High drops to 10-9, 2-1.

Highland Park def. WT High 25-4 25-16 25-9

Records: WT High 10-9, 2-1; Highland Park 22-8, 3-0.

Top performers

Highland Park

Kills:Nevaeh Rodriquez 12; Cynarah Rodriquez 12

Blocks:Cassidy DeShong 3.

Digs: Emma Patterson 7; N. Rodriquez 7

Assists: DeShong 13.

Aces: N. Rodriquez 9.


Amarillo takes down Canyon: Amarillo High stepped out of district play to nab a 21-25, 25-18, 25-17, 25-15 win at Canyon on Tuesday.

The Lady Eagles came out strong taking the first set before AHS rallied to win the next three.

The Lady Sandies, who are 5-0 in District 3-5A, move to 20-11 overall. Canyon falls to 17-14.

AHS setter Hannah Shipman had a big night. The senior totaled 41 assists with 12 digs. Sophomore Currie Marusak posted 12 kills.

Canyon’s Emma Crenshaw had 12 digs and eight kills, followed by teammate Bryli Contreras’ 31 digs.

Amarillo High def. Canyon 21-25, 25-18, 25-17, 25-15.

Records: AHS 20-11; Canyon 17-14.

Top performers


Kills: Currie Marusak 12.

Blocks: Lauren Marler 7.

Digs: Piper Warren 13; Shipman 12.

Assists: Hannah Shipman 41.

Aces: Chelsie Freeman 3.


Kills: Emma Crenshaw 8.

Digs: Bryli Contreras 31; Crenshaw 12.

Assists:Lauren Bell 12.

Blocks: Crenshaw 3.

Aces: Carlee Henderson 4.

Tascosa sweeps Borger: The Tascosa Lady Rebels cruised to a 25-21, 25-15, 25-22 sweep of Borger at home Tuesday.

The victory snapped a two-game losing skid for the Lady Rebels, who are now 17-11 overall.

Taryn Galt was the game changer for Tascosa putting down a game-high 15 kills. Aaliyah Hardy added 28 assists and Kayden Bridges finishes with 18 digs.

Tascosa def. Borger 25-21, 25-15, 25-22

Record: Tascosa 17-11.

Top performers


Kills: Taryn Galt 15.

Assists: Aaliyah Hardy 28.

Aces: Kayden Bridges 2.

Digs: Bridges 18

Blocks: Smith 4.


Bushland beats up OHS:The newly No. 1-ranked Bushland Lady Falcons from Class 3A cruised past Class 6A Odessa High, 25-12, 25-13, 25-20.

Bushland has now won 23 straight games, improving to 32-1 on the year.

Ansley Sims totaled 22 assists with seven kills. Kinley Rudder powered down eight Kills.

Bushland def. Odessa High 25-12, 25-13, 25-20.

Records: Bushland 32-1.

Top Performers

Kills: Kinley Rudder 8, Ansley Sims 7.

Blocks: Shaylee Laubhan 2.

Digs: Berrilyn Boydston 18.

Assists: Ansley Sims 22, Taryn Schultz 13.

Aces: Sims 3.

Dumas downs River Road:Dumas took care of River Road with a 25-11, 25-18, 25-12 sweep at the River Road Gym.

Dumas improves to 13-16 overall on the year.

Niki Kent led the Demonettes offense with eight kills. Sydney Wackler handed out 12 assists.

Dumas def. River Road 25-11, 25-18, 25-12

Record:Dumas 13-16.

Top Performers


Kills: Niki Kent 8, Brenley Rodriguez 7.

Digs: Jadan Price 8, Sydnee Wackler 7.

Assists: Sydnee Wackler 12, Francine Hernandez 9.

Aces: Brenley Rodriguez 4, Brooklyn Berryman 3.

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