Galveston County high school volleyball scores and statistics for September 15, 2017
Clear Creek 3, Alvin 0
The Clear Creek Wildcats improved to 2-0 in the young District 24-6A season, sweeping the Alvin Lady Jackets by the scores of 25-22, 25-8 and 25-18 on Friday.
Jenna Metzinger and Emma Wagenknecht were a strong one-two punch with 12 kills each, and Alyssa Irvine served up three aces. Riley Brantley added nine kills and six blocks. Sydney O’Dell led the defense with 15 digs, and Kelsey Childers paced the offense with 34 assists.
Up next, the Wildcats (2-0 in district) head to hostile territory with a match 6 p.m. Tuesday at Friendswood (1-0).
Clear Falls 3, Clear Lake 1
The Clear Falls Knights bounced back from a shaky start Friday to notch a 21-25, 25-14, 25-20, 25-22 win over Clear Lake.
The trio of Briana Garcia (14 kills), Mia Johnson (13 kills) and Katy Giusti (10 kills) led the Knights’ offense. Johnson also had 14 digs and four blocks in a strong effort. Naomi Jean led the defense with 25 digs. Cassie Srb (28 assists) and Savanna Schaff (18 assists) split duties in the passing game.
Clear Falls (1-0) remains of its home floor when the team returns to action 6 p.m. Tuesday against Clear Springs (1-0).
Clear Springs 3, Dickinson 0
The Dickinson Lady Gators ran into tough Clear Springs Chargers squad, who posted a 25-17, 25-18, 25-14 win Friday.
Dickinson was led by Amaya Young (nine kills, eight digs) and Destiny Hayward (eight kills, 11 digs). Destiny Tom served up 21 assists, and Alex Calve chipped in 10 digs. Clear Springs’ player statistics were not immediately available.
Clear Springs (1-0) will take a crosstown trip to Clear Falls (1-0) in its next match, which will be 6 p.m. Tuesday. Dickinson (0-1) hosts Alvin (0-1) in its next match, 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Friendswood 3, Clear Brook 1
The Friendswood Lady Mustangs got by a scrappy Clear Brook bunch Friday, topping the Wolverines by the scores of 25-21, 21-25, 26-24 and 25-19.
McKenna Friday led the charge for the Lady Mustangs with 17 kills and four blocks, and Kylie Lockhart shored up the defense with 21 digs. Elle McGown baffled Clear Brook’s serve returners with seven aces, and Zeyanna Dhalla dealt out 31 assists. Clear Brook’s Kailin Newson had a match-best 21 kills.
Expect a raucous crowd when Friendswood (1-0) will look to topple long time District 24-6A powerhouse Clear Creek (2-0) when the Lady Mustangs host the Wildcats at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Ball High 3, Fort Bend Marshall 1
The Ball High Lady Tors notched their first district win of the season Friday, knocking off Marshall by the scores of 25-11, 25-22, 19-25 and 25-22.
Putting up impressive numbers for the Lady Tors were Lexie Kohler (13 kills), Laura Mifflin (12 kills), Britaney Shaw (nine kills), Caroline Baze (28 digs), Kaila Lee (20 digs, four aces), Lynde Peters (17 digs) and Logan Kelly (43 assists, six aces).
Ball High (1-3 in district) is right back in action noon Saturday at Galena Park (N/A).
Santa Fe 3, Alvin Shadow Creek 2
Up against one of the favorites to win the district, the Santa Fe Lady Indians pulled out an exciting 25-19, 21-25, 25-16, 27-29, 15-12 win Friday.
Kylie Verm stuffed the stat sheet with 20 kills, 22 digs and four blocks. Kassidy Taves also had a strong match on both offense and defense with 30 assists and 18 digs. Other standouts for Santa Fe were Tori Smith (13 kills, six blocks), Bre Harris (nine kills, 10 digs), Elena Dondonay (28 digs), Maddie Schulze (19 assists) and Julia White (six blocks).
The Lady Indians (4-0) return to their home court noon Saturday against Texas City (1-2).
Editor’s note: Will be updated as information becomes available.