Recap of Tuesday's final regular season high school volleyball matches from across District 24-6A and District 23-5A.
Clear Creek 3, Clear Lake 0
HOUSTON - The Clear Creek Wildcats (14-0 in District 24-6A) completed their second straight undefeated district championship season with a dominant 25-19, 25-12, 25-20 sweep of Clear Lake on Tuesday.
Melissa McNeil led Clear Creek with 13 kills, and Hannah Froeschl added eight kills and five blocks. Caroline Reed had six blocks and three aces.
Olivia Rigby led the defense with 10 kills, and Mariah Pardo had 27 assists.
Clear Creek faces Fort Bend Travis in the bi-district round of the playoffs next week at a time and location to be determined.
Clear Falls 3, Brazoswood 1
CLUTE - The Clear Falls Knights (10-4 in district) wrapped up a third place finish in 24-6A with a 25-21, 15-25, 25-18, 25-13 win over Brazoswood on Tuesday.
Clear Falls player statistics were not immediately available.
The Knights’ bi-district round playoff matchup will be against Fort Bend Dulles next week at a time and location to be determined.
Clear Springs 3, Dickinson 0
DICKINSON - The Clear Springs Chargers (11-3 in district) concluded their regular season with a 25-13, 25-15, 25-15 win over Dickinson on Tuesday and finish as 24-6A’s runner-up.
Kylie Jedlicka led the way for Clear Springs with 13 kills.
Up next for Clear Springs is a bi-district round playoff match next week against Fort Bend Clements at a time and location to be determined.
Clear Brook 3, Friendswood 2
FRIENDS WOOD - The Friendswood Lady Mustangs (6-8 in District 24-6A) lost its chance to join the postseason party in a narrow loss to Clear Brook on Tuesday, falling by the scores of 22-25, 25-22, 25-20, 25-27 and 18-20.
Kelly Colwell led Friendswood’s attack with 26 kills, while Shannon Murphy had a well-rounded effort with 27 digs, 20 kills and five aces. Sarah Thomas had 60 assists.
Santa Fe 3, Fort Bend Ridge Point 1
MISSOURI CITY - With a district title already clinched, the Santa Fe Lady Indians finished the 23-5A campaign an unblemished 14-0 on Tuesday with a 25-17, 21-25, 25-9, 25-23 win over Ridge Point.
Tuesday's win also was the first time the Lady Indians did not sweep a district opponent in 23-5A play this season.
Santa Fe’s Keegan Nelms had a huge match on offense with 37 kills, and she also added 13 digs on defense. Kylie Verm chipped in seven kills, six aces and 14 digs.
Jordan Jewell led the Lady Indians’ defense with 15 digs, and Cayla Hockenbury paced the offense with 30 assists.
Santa Fe will take on Angleton in the bi-district round of the playoffs next week at a time and location to be determined.