Lady Sandies sweep Plainview; Randall takes out Palo Duro, Hereford rolls on

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Amarillo High’s Joe Moffitt sets a Lady Sandies outside hitter during a District 3-5A match against Plainview at the AHS Activity Center on Saturday. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]

Amarillo High and Randall both took care of business Saturday not overlooking its opponents before a key first showdown of the Battle of Bell Street at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Randall High School.

The Lady Sandies, the reigning District 3-5A champions, handled Plainview in sweeping fashion with a 25-10, 25-16, 25-16, victory at the AHS Activity Center.

AHS stays hot moving to 25-11 overall, and 3-0 in district play.

Setter Jo Moffitt did a little bit of everything dishing out 25 assists, getting three digs with two blocks. Currie Marusak added 10 kills and a pair of aces.

Randall kept pace with Amarillo High for a share of the district lead handling Palo Duro by a Palo Duro 25-9, 25-16, 25-5, count Friday at the PD Activity Center.

The Lady Raiders remain perfect at 3-0 in league action, and are now 20-12 overall.

Senior leader Paris Patterson knocked down nine kills, made nine digs, and added three blocks with three aces in the victory.

Tascosa snapped a frustrating seven-game losing skid Saturday sweeping Caprock 25-14, 25-10, 25-16.

Abrey Galt was the story for the Lady Rebels, who improve to 20-13, 1-2. Galt racked up a double-double thanks to 23 assists, and 13 kills, chipping in a pair blocks and a pair of aces.

District 4-4A

There weren’t any suprises in District 4-4A on Saturday as the top teams took care of business.

Hereford continues to prove itself as the measuring stick of the league through the early going. The Lady Whitefaces got an early test in the first set from Pampa, but turned it on later in the match for a 25-21, 25-8, 25-9, sweep at the McNeely Field House in Pampa.

Taytum Stow dominated at the net with 15 kills and three blocks. Camryn Blair added 14 kills, and Miranda Acosta tallied 18 digs.

The No. 2-ranked Lady Whitefaces are an eye-opening 35-2 overall, and 3-0 in district play.

Dumas and Canyon each kept pace one-game back of Hereford in the standings. Dumas swept Perryton 25-16, 25-7, 25-7, while Canyon soared past Borger, 26-6, 25-27, 19-25, 25-18.

The Demonettes were led by Brenley Rodriguez’s 11 kills and eight digs. The Lady Eagles saw freshman Sydney Winfrey knock down 15 kills, and Ryne Roden set 28 assists.

Saturday’s scores

District 3-5A

Amarillo High def. Plainview 25-10, 25-16, 25-16

AHS— Kills: Currie Marusak 10, Ella Krusa 7; Blocks: Joey Pennington 3, Addison McLain 2, Jo Moffitt 2; Digs: Brielle Worley 7, Moffitt 3; Assists: Moffitt 25, Peyton Shelton 4; Aces: Marusak 2, Shelton 2.

Records: Plainview 25-10, 2-1; Amarillo High 25-11, 3-0.

Tascosa def. Caprock 25-14, 25-10, 25-16

Tascosa— Kills: Bebe Irwin 14, Abrey Galt 13; Blocks: Irwin 3, Galt 2; Digs: Kat Brown-Roberts 14, Liv Sims 14; Assists: Galt 23, Meredith Sanning 11; Aces: Galt 2, Sydnee Fuentes 1, Liv Sims 1.

Records: Tascosa 20-14, 1-2; Caprock 11-25, 0-3.

Randall def. Palo Duro 25-9, 25-16, 25-5

Randall— Kills: Paris Patterson 9, Julia Woolsey 5; Blocks: Patterson 3, Brooklyn Garcia 1; Digs: Patterson 9, Taylor Irving 9; Assists: Maretta Ramierez 14, Zanaida Murillo 10; Aces: Patterson 3, Ramirez 3.

PD— Kills: Precious Johnson 5, Syvihanna Sutton 2; Blocks: Johnson 3; Digs: Kalea Russell 4, Mearlina Kelly-Roberts 4; Assists: Aniyah Burley 7, Kelly-Roberts 3; Aces: Kelly-Roberts 1.

Records: Randall 20-12, 3-0; Palo Duro 6-25, 0-3.

District 4-4A

Hereford def. Pampa 25-21, 25-8, 25-9

Hereford— Kills: Taytum Stow 15, Camryn Blair 14; Blocks: Nickilah Whatley 4, Taytum Stow 3; Digs:Miranda Acosta 18, Bonnie Vallejo 7; Assists: London Baker 15, Micah Palacios 12; Aces: Palacios 2.

Records: Hereford 35-2, 3-0; Pampa 20-12, 1-2.

Dumas vs Perryton 25-16, 25-7, 25-7

Dumas— Kills: Brenley Rodriguez 11, Abree Elsheimer 7; Blocks: Sheda Madit 1.5, Brenley Rodriguez 1.5; Digs: Elsheimer 8, Maris Rodriguez 8; Assists: Karyme Castillo 16, Halie Coon 14; Aces: Halie Coon 5, Maris Rodriguez 2

Records: Perryton 11-18, 0-3; Dumas 26-11, 2-1.

Canyon def. Borger 26-6, 25-27, 25-19, 25-18

Canyon— Kills: Sydney Winfrey 12, Ava Haugen 11; Blocks: Haugen 3, Brooklyn Simmons 3; Digs: Maclin Culwell 22; Assists: Ryne Roden 28; Aces: Haugen 5, Maclin Culwell 4.

Records: Borger 15-14, 1-2; Canyon 13-19, 2-1.

District 3-3A

Denver City def. Dimmitt 25-10, 25-23, 25-7

Brownfield def. Lamesa 25-11, 25-5, 25-13

Littlefield def. Friona 25-20, 25-27, 25-22, 25-17

District 4-2A

Sanford-Fritch def. Vega 25-7, 25-8, 25-14

Records: 13-11, 2-1; Vega 0-19, 0-3.

Olton def. Memphis 25-19, 25-8, 23-25, 25-9

Records: Olton 7-8, 2-2; Memphis 3-16, 1-2.

District 4-1A

Wildorado def. Darrouzett 25-3, 25-3, 25-9

Widorado— Kills: Kyndall Ragland 4, Makenna Byrd 3; Blocks: Brooke Trayler 3; Digs: Ragland 9, Jovi Perkins 5; Assists: Giselle Esparza 9; Aces: Bailee McAlister 10.

Records: Darouzett 5-6, 0-2; Wildorado 23-11, 2-0.

Miami def. Fort Elliott 25-11, 25-13, 25-17

Records: Miami 21-7, 2-0; F. Elliott 11-13, 0-2.

Non-district

Bushland def. Idalou 25-6, 25-9, 25-13

Bushland— Kills: Emma Troxell 9, Kaela Neie 9; Blocks: Madyson Eberly 5, Troxell 1; Digs: Jaycee Adams 21, Jada Permenter 11; Assists: Millie Maupin 18, Logan Culpepper 16; Aces: Maupin 4, Adams 2, Culpepper 2.

Record: Bushland 25-4.

Shallowater def. River Road 25-19, 25-16, 25-15

RR— Kills: Rylee Kunkel 5, Shiyan Lozano 4; Blocks: Sara Winn 1; Digs: Makanna Cooper 13, Ava Sharp 7; Assists: Kunkel 10; Aces: Kaylee Baughman 2.

Record: River Road 13-18.

Childress def. Dalhart 17-25, 25-17, 25-15, 25-18

Childress— Kills: Adah Henderson 22, Corbin Daniel 15; Blocks: Nayeli Miller 6, Henderson 5, Daniel 3; Digs: Kenzlee Carroll 18, Jena Preston 12; Assists: Lily Stephens 27, Preston 19:

Dalhart— Kills: Rhiana Todd 13, Dylan Moore 7; Blocks: Moore 2; Digs: Todd 15, McKenzie Powers 10; Assists: Jadyn Trusler 30; Aces: Todd 2.

Record: Childress 17-8; Dalhart 13-15.

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