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H.S. Volleyball roundup: AHS sweeps Monterey; Highland Park wins 4-2A title in thrilling fashion


Amarillo High’s Chelsie Freeman (8) and Corrin Davis block a Lubbock Monterey kill attempt during a District 3-5A match Tuesday night at the AHS Activity Center. [Tom Carver/ Press Pass Sports]


Lubbock Monterey simply had no answer for Amarillo High middle blocker Chelsie Freeman.

Freeman’s aggressive play Tuesday night took over as the No. 9 Lady Sandies finished off the season sweep of the Lady Plainsman with a 25-10, 25-9, 25-15 victory at the AHS Activity Center.

The 6-foot-1 senior owned the net, knocking down 10 kills with a hitting percentage of .750, stacked up three blocks and led the team with four assists.

Teammate Hannah Shipman followed Freeman’s effort with 35 assists.

AHS improves to 13-1 in District 3-5 and 28-12 overall. Monterey falls to 34-9, 12-3.

The Lady Sandies will get a rematch with rival Randall (35-5, 14-0) at noon, Saturday. Randall handed the Lady Sandies their only loss in district earlier this season.

If AHS can bear the No. 3 Lady Raiders, they can move into a first place tie in the district race.


Amarillo High def. Monterey 25-10, 25-9, 25-15.

Records: Monterey 34-9, 12-3; Amarillo High 28-12, 1–1.

Top performers

AHS

Kills: Chelsie Freeman 10; Corrin Davis 10.

Blocks: Freeman 3, Davis 2.

Digs: Piper Warren 12.

Assists: Hannah Shipman 35.

Aces: Freeman 4.


Randall stays unbeaten

Randall is still perfect in District 3-5A after dismantling Palo Duro 25-5, 25-8, 25-8 at the Palo Duro Activity Center on Tuesday night.

The No. 3 Lady Raiders move to 14-0 in district and 35-3 overall. What’s more impressive is Randall has now won an eye-opening 40 straight district matches dating back to 2017.

The Lady Raiders will have a chance to claim a third straight District 3-5A championship if they can knock off arch-rival Amarillo High (28-12, 13-1) at home on Saturday.

Senior Zoe Parker led Randall against the Lady Dons with seven aces and six digs.


Randall def. Palo Duro 25-5, 25-8, 25-8.

Records: Randall 35-3, 14-0; Palo Duro 7-28, 1-13.

Top performers

Randall

Kills: Bri Ford 9.

Blocks: Stevie Reynecke 1.

Digs: Zoe Parker 6.

Assists: Toryn Barrientos 17.

Aces: Z. Parker 7.


Lubbock Cooper clinches final playoff spot

It was a tough night for the Caprock Lady Longhorns as they fell at home to Lubbock Cooper, 25-19, 25-22, 25-16, on Tuesday.

The loss eliminates Caprock from playoff contention, as the Lady Longhorns fall to 21-19 overall and 6-9 in District 3-5A.

The Lady Pirates clinched the fourth and final playoff spot out of the district, improving to 26-16, 8-6.


District 3-5A

Team District Overall

x-Randall  14-0 35-3

x-Amarillo High 13-1  28-12

x-Monterey 12-3 34-9

x-Cooper 8-6 26-16

Coronado 6-8 21-16

Caprock  6-9 21-19

Plainview 4-10 14-20

Palo Duro 1-13 7-28

Lubbock High 0-14 10-28

Tuesday’s results

Amarillo High 3, Monterey 0

Randall 3, Palo Duro 0

Cooper 3, Caprock 0

Plainview 3 Lubbock High 1



Highland Park clinches district title in thriller

FILE— Highland Park‘s Cynarah Rodriguez (2) goes for a kill during a match earlier this year. [Ben Jenkins/ Press Pass Sports]


The Highland Park Lady Hornets showed a flare for the dramatics to claim the outright District 4-2A championship Tuesday night against rival Sanford-Fritch in a battle of two Top 10 teams.

The No. 7 Lady Hornets shook off a rough start, rallying on the road from a 2-0 deficit to pull off an unbelievable five-set win against the No. 8 Lady Eagles, 20-25, 28-30, 28-26 25-11, 15-4.

Highland Park (31-8, 12-0), which split the district title with Fritch (25-7, 10-2) last year, takes the season series from the Lady Eagles this season, while claiming its second outright title in the last three years.

The sister duo of Nevaeh and Cynarah Rodriguez were a huge reason for the comeback Tuesday night.

The two combined for 43 kills. Nevaeh led the charge at the net with 23 kills, followed by Cynarah’s 20. Cynarah also dished out 16 assists and had three aces.

Cassidy DeShong contributed with 23 assists and Emma Patterson dug out 22 digs.


H. Park def. S. Fritch 20-25, 28-30, 28-26 25-11, 15-4.

Records: H. Park 31-8, 12-0; S. Fritch 25-7, 10-2.

Top performers

H.P

Kills: Nevaeh Rodriquez 23; Cynarah Rodriquez 20

Blocks: Cassidy DeShong 2; Brandy Dominguez 2

Assists: DeShong 23: C. Rodriquez 16.

Digs: Emma Patterson 22; Bailey Harrison 20

Aces: C. Rodriquez 3; Harrison 3.

S.F.

Kills: Zoe Fry 30.

Blocks: Bella Price 5.

Digs: Fry 7.

Assists: Tiffani Henry 37


District 4-2A

Team District Overall

y-H. Park 12-0 31-8

x-S. Fritch 10-2 25-7

x-WT High 7-5 16-13

x-Memphis 7-5 16-13

x-Miami 5-7 14-12

x-Wildorado 5-7 14-14

Olton 1-10 2-24

x-F. Elliott 0-11 1-21

Tuesday’s results

Highland Park 3, Sanford-Fritch 2

Wildorado 3, WT High 2

Miami 3 Memphis 0

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District 1-3A

Bushland claims district title

The No. 1-ranked Bushland Lady Falcons sealed up the District 1-3A championship making quick work of River Road on Tuesday thanks to a 25-7, 25-8, 25-11, sweep at the Wildcats Gym.

Taryn Schultz led the Lady Falcons with 12 assists and 10 aces.

Bushland becomes the first Texas Panhandle team to 40 wins, moving to an incredible 40-1 overall and 7-0 in District 1-3A.

The Lady Falcons have run their win streak to 32 straight matches this season.


Bushland def. River Road 25-7, 25-8, 25-11.

Records: Bushland 40-1, 7-0. River Road 10-23, 2-5.

Top performers

Bushland

Kills: Shaylee Lauban 9; Ansley Sims 7.

Blocks: Addison Tiffin 4.

Digs: Berrilyn Boydston 10.

Assists: Sims 13; Taryn Schultz 12.

Aces: Schultz 10.


District 1-3A

Team District Overall

y-Bushland 7-0 40-1

x-Tulia 4-2 15-22

x-Friona 2-3 10-25

x-River Road 2-4 10-23

Dimmitt 0-7 4-29

Tuesday’s results

Bushland 3, River Road 0

Tulia 3, Dimmitt 0


District 2-6A

Frenship cools off Tascosa

Tascosa saw a five-game hot streak come to an end at rival Frenship on Tuesday night.

The Lady Rebels were unable to continue their momentum, falling in four-sets, 25-23, 17-25, 25-20, 25-19.

The Lady Tigers (30-8 overall) claim the District 2-6A championship with the season sweep of Tascosa, improving to 7-1 in district.

Despite the loss, the Lady Rebels (22-15, 5-3) did clinch a Class 6A playoff spot.

Frenship was led in the victory by Gracie Harrison’s 17 kills.

Tascosa’s Taryn Galt had 15 kills and three blocks.


Frenship def. Tascosa 25-23, 17-25, 25-20, 25-19.

Records: Tascosa 22-15, 5-3; Frenship 30-8, 7-1.

Top performers

Tascosa

Kills: Taryn Galt 15.

Blocks: Galt 3.

Digs: Kayden Bridges 16.

Assists: Aliyah Hardy 49.

Aces: Berryman 2.


District 2-6A

Team District Overall

y-Frenship 7-1 30-8

x-Tascosa 5-3 22-15

x-Midland Lee 5-3 28-7

x-Midland High 5-3 18-18

Odessa Permian 2-6 16-20

Odessa High 0-8 12-22

Tuesday’s results

Frenship 3, Tascosa 1

Midland Lee 3, Odessa Permian 1

Midland High 3, Odessa High 0


District 3-4A

Hereford and Canyon cruise

Both Hereford and Canyon earned sweeps on Tuesday night.

The Lady Whitefaces took care of Lamesa with a 25-18, 25-15, 25-15 sweep.

The Lady Eagles did the same at Levelland in a convincing 25-19, 25-12, 25-15 sweep.

Hereford stays in first place in District 3-4A at 6-0, improving to 28-13 overall. Canyon is now 6-1 in district and 25-15 overall.


Hereford def. Lamesa 25-18, 25-15, 25-15.

Records: Hereford 28-13, 6-0; Lamesa 21-16, 1-6.

Top performers

Hereford

Kills: Darcy Dodd 15, Taytum Stowe 13.

Blocks: Nickilah Whatley 3.

Digs: Bonnie Vallejo 9.

Assists: Rainey Aven 29.

Aces: Dodd 3, Aven 3.


Canyon def. Levelland 25-19, 25-12, 25-15.

Records: Canyon 25-15, 6-1; Levelland 22-14, 3-3.

Top performers

Canyon

Kills: Emma Crenshaw 10.

Blocks: Zoey Sparks 2.

Digs: Bryli Contreras 24

Assists: Lauren Bell 16; Keelie Mitchell 16.

Aces: Contreras 4.


District 3-4A

Team District Overall

x-Hereford  6-0 28-13

x-Canyon 6-1 25-15

x-Levelland  3-3 22-14

Lamesa 1-6 21-16

Estacado 0-6 14-21

Tuesday’s results

Canyon 3, Levelland 0

Hereford 3, Lamesa 0


District 4-4A

Pampa and Dumas win

Pampa and Dumas didn’t have any problems on Tuesday night.

The Lady Harvesters swept rival Borger,25-21, 25-19, 25-12, while Dumas downed Dalhart, 25-11, 25-15, 25-23.

Pampa stays all alone atop the District 4-4A standings at 6-0 and 24-10 overall. Dumas is now 20-18, 6-1.


Pampa def. Borger 25-21, 25-19, 25-12.

Records:Pampa 24-10, 6-0; Borger 13-21, 3-3.

Top performers

Pampa

Kills: Georgie Osborne 17.

Blocks: Tynaa Mojica 5.

Digs: Celeste Ostercamp 17.

Assists: Hallie Sieck 37.

Aces: Ostercamp 3.


Dumas def. Dalhart 25-11, 25-15, 25-23.

Records: Dumas 20-18, 6-1; Dalhart 8-27, 1-6.

Top Performers

Dumas

Kills: Abree Elsheimer 9.

Assists: Sydnee Wackler 16; Francine Hernandez 12.

Aces: Jazzy Ortiz 2.

Digs: Jadan Price 16; Hernandez 11 digs.

Blocks: Niki Kent-2.


District 4-4A

Team District Overall

x-Pampa 6-0 24-10

x-Dumas 6-1 20-18

x-Borger 3-3 13-21

Dalhart 1-4 8-27

Perryton 0-6 10-14

Tuesday’s results

Dumas 3, Dalhart 0

Pampa 3, Borger 0



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