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HS Rewind: Bushland wins Glen Rose Tournament; Culpepper claims 600th win


The Bushland Lady Falcons went 8-0 to claim the Glen Rose Tournament championship. [Provided photo]

It was a great weekend for the Bushland Lady Falcons at the Glen Rose Tournament.

On Friday’s opening day, head coach Jason Culpepper claimed his historic 600th win thanks to his team sweep of Ponder.

From there, Bushland rolled with that momentum beating Lorena, 25-16, 25-16, in Saturday’s championship to claim the title.

The Lady Falcons (17-1 overall) were a perfect 8-0 in the two days as Berrilyn Boydston MVP honors. 

Boydston made a combined 109 digs over eight games and 2 aces while teammates Ansley Sims and Kinley Rudder were named to the all-tournament team.



Pampa claims River Road Tournament

The Pampa Lady Harvesters knocked off Shallowater, 25-14, 18-25, 25-13 to win the River Road Tournament championship Saturday. 

Pampa went 5-1 over the two-day span, improving to 11-3 overall. Lady Harvesters outside hitter Georgie Osborne averaged 13.25 kills per match while teammate Hallie Sieck  produced 26.5 assists per match.

Sanford-Fritch defeated Dalhart in the bronze championship. 


Byron Nelson Tournament recap

The Amarillo High Lady Sandies had the best showing at the Byron Nelson Tournament. 

AHS (8-7 overall) went 6-3 and won consolation of the Silver bracket.

Hereford went 4-4 in the tourney and are now 8-9 overall.



Randall plays stays hot in Metroplex

It was another successful tournament going 7-2 in Forth Worth. Senior outside hitter Zoe Parker was named to the all-tournament team. Parker knocked down 45 kills over the nine games. 

Randall is 12-2 overall.


Canyon & Tascosa play solid in respective tournaments.

Both Canyon and Tascosa played good volleyball in Metroplex tournaments. At the Granbury Tournament, the Lady Rebels went 6-3. The Lady Eagles ended up 4-4 at the tourney in Allen.

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