Roundup of local volleyball matches from District 24-6A and District 23-5A.

Clear Creek 3, Brazoswood 0

LEAGUE CITY - The Clear Creek Wildcats had no trouble getting by Brazoswood on Tuesday, sweeping the Lady Bucs by the scores of 25-17, 25-9 and 25-15.

Hannah Froeschl led Clear Creek with 14 kills, followed by Melissa McNeil with 11 kills. Olivia Rigby led the defense with 17 digs, and Mariah Pardo had 33 assists.

The win guarantees a 15th straight playoff berth for the Wildcats, but now at 10-0 with four matches left to play in District 24-6A, Clear Creek will have its sights set on another district title.

First things first, Clear Creek’s next match will be 6:30 p.m. Friday at Friendswood (5-5 in district).

Clear Falls 3, Dickinson 0

DICKINSON - Clear Falls snapped a two-match losing skid while the Dickinson Lady Gators remained winless in district play as the Knights took Tuesday’s match by the scores of 25-10, 25-8 and 25-18.

Carlen Dietz led Clear Falls with 12 kills, followed by Briana Garcia with 10 kills. Ashlynn Dunbar had team-highs in assists with 28 and aces with four, and she added 13 digs and eight kills. Madelyn St. Germain led the defense with 19 digs.

Dickinson was led by Baylee Klingler with four kills, Ashley Perez with six assists and Mallory Moore with eight digs.

The Knights (6-4 in District 24-6A) host Clear Lake (5-5) in their next match, which will be 6:30 p.m. Friday, in what will be an important district matchup.

The Lady Gators (0-10) may be looking at their best chance to pick up a district win up next when they travel to take on Brazoswood (1-9) at 6:30 p.m. Friday.

Ball High 3, Fort Bend Elkins 2

MISSOURI CITY - The Ball High Lady Tors kept their playoff hopes alive by gutting out a tight game on Tuesday with a 25-20, 25-21, 21-25, 17-25, 18-16 win over Elkins.

Skylar Simon was Ball High’s kills leader with 15, while Taylor Termini added 13 kills. Simon also led the defense with 23 digs, followed by Courtney Mack with 22 digs and Termini with 17 digs. Gillian Nelsen had 35 assists and 15 digs.

The Lady Tors (6-4 in District 23-5A) will next take on Fort Bend Willowridge (0-10) at 6 p.m. Friday on the road.

Santa Fe 3, Fort Bend Willowridge 0

SANTA FE - The Santa Fe Lady Indians continued to dominate District 23-5A with their 10th straight sweep in district play, topping Willowridge 25-5, 25-13, 25-7 on Tuesday.

Keegan Nelms led the Lady Indians with 15 kills, 2.5 blocks and eight aces. Tori Smith added seven aces, and Cayla Hockenbury had a team-high 20 assists, led the defense with five digs and added three aces.

Santa Fe (10-0 in district) will have its next district contest at 6 p.m. Friday at Fort Bend Marshall (2-8).

Texas City 3, Fort Bend Marshall 0

MISSOURI CITY - The Texas City Lady Stings remained on course for a playoff berth as they took care of business on the road against Marshall on Tuesday, winning by the scores of 25-17, 25-18 and 25-20.

Treslyn Ortiz led Texas City with 19 kills, while Mya McMillian added 12 kills and three blocks. Kendal King had 41 assists and six aces, and Celeste Lacy led the defense with 27 digs.

The Lady Stings (6-4 in District 23-5A) have a match up next that will impact playoff positioning as they travel to Richmond to take on Fort Bend Bush (6-4) at 6 p.m. Friday.

James LaCombe is the sports editor of the Galveston County Daily News. He can be reached at

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