Volleyball Roundup

Clear Creek 3, Pearland Dawson 1

PEARLAND — The Clear Creek Wildcats’ start to the season got a little more impressive Tuesday as they improved their record to 9-1 after a 25-13, 22-25, 25-19, 25-17 win at Pearland Dawson.

Melody Horton led Clear Creek in kills with 15, followed by Melissa McNeil with 14. Olivia Rigby led in digs with 15, and Hannah Froeschl had three blocks. Mariah Pardo had 38 assists.

The Wildcats next travel to New Braunfels for a tournament Thursday through Saturday.


Clear Falls 3, Cypress Woods 0

LEAGUE CITY — The Clear Falls Knights recorded a hard-fought win Tuesday night at home, sweeping Cypress Woods, 25-12, 26-24, 31-29.

Alyssa Enneking led the Knights with 21 kills and 10 digs. Ashlyn Dunbar recorded a triple-double with 14 kills, 11 digs and a team-high 15 assists.

Madelyn St. Germain led the team in digs with 15.

The Knights travel to San Antonio next for the Northeast ISD Tournament running Thursday through Saturday.


Deer Park 3, Dickinson 1

DEER PARK — In a 0-2 hole, the Dickinson Lady Gators fought to take a game but could not come all the way back in a 24-26, 17-25, 25-22, 21-25 loss on the road Tuesday to Deer Park.

Nayo Warnell led Dickinson in kills with 13, followed by Kaitlyn Larner with 10. Larner led the team in digs with 19, followed by Hannah Westerlage with 16, Mallory Moore with 15 and Bailee Berringer with 14. Berringer had 34 assists, and Warnell had three aces.

The Lady Gators serve as hosts of the annual tournament Thursday and Saturday. Dickinson will open the event 10 a.m. Thursday against Pasadena Sam Rayburn.


Cypress Falls 3, Friendswood 2

HOUSTON — The Friendswood Lady Mustangs started off strong but lost to Cypress Falls, 25-23, 25-27, 25-20, 21-25, 11-15, on Tuesday on the road.

Sarah Redding was Friendswood’s kills leader with 21.

Friendswood travels to Fort Worth for the three-day Byron Nelson Tournament, hosted by Northwest ISD, which begins Thursday.


Santa Fe 3, Needville 0

SANTA FE — It was a dominant win for the Santa Fe Lady Indians at home on Tuesday as they defeated Needville in a clean sweep, 25-17, 25-16, 25-17.

Keegan Nelms recorded a team-high 17 kills and had 11 digs for Santa Fe. Madison Ogden had 12 digs and 11 kills. Cayla Hockenbury led the Lady Indians in assists with 26.

Santa Fe will next compete in the Byron Nelson Tournament in Fort Worth from Thursday to Saturday. Scheduled opponents Thursday are Waxahachie, Midlothian and Fort Worth Timber Creek.


Sam Rayburn 3, Ball High 1

GALVESTON — There were four close games with identical scores in Tuesday’s match, but Ball High fell short in three of them in a 21-25, 21-25, 25-21, 21-25 loss to Pasadena Sam Rayburn on Tuesday.

Taylor Termini led the Lady Tors with 16 kills. Courtney Mack had a team-best 27 digs, and Gillian Nelson led in assists with 37. Sheridan Hopkins had a solid effort with 12 kills and 21 digs.

Ball High next competes at the Dickinson Invitational with its first match 9 a.m. Thursday against Deer Park.


La Marque 3, Hitchcock 2

HITCHCOCK — The La Marque Lady Cougars rallied down 2-0 to defeat host Hitchcock in five games on Tuesday, 18-25, 25-27, 25-18, 25-19, 16-14.

Victoria Hartley was La Marque’s kills leader with eight.

La Marque returns home for its next match 6:30 p.m. Friday against Ball High. Hitchcock remains at home for its next match, which will be 6 p.m. Friday against YES Prep Gulfton.


Alvin 3, Texas City 0

ALVIN — The Texas City Lady Stings suffered a sweep at the hands an always solid Alvin 6A program in a 13-25, 15-25, 21-25 loss on the road Tuesday.

Treslyn Ortiz was Texas City’s kills leader with eight.

Texas City returns to action in the Dickinson Invitational tournament on Thursday. The Lady Stings’ first match will be against Barbers Hill at 9 a.m.


Clear Brook 3, Houston Memorial 1

FRIENDSWOOD — The Clear Brook Wolverines fell in a hole and could not dig out, falling to Houston Memorial at home Tuesday, 28-30, 21-25, 25-21, 21-25.

Juliet DiGuissepi was the Wolverines’ kills leader with 15.

Clear Brook will next take part in the Dickinson Invitational, which runs Thursday and Saturday.

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