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VOLLEYBALL

Burnet 7th A def. Lampasas 25-9, 25-8 on Oct. 9

TOP SERVERS: Lexi Courtney, Shelby Ford, Greysen Lenz, Amilee Shackelford, and Emmerson Walker

ON DEFENSE: Reyvan Greenhaw, Katelyn Moore, Kenley Wendt and Katie Faris

QUOTABLE: “Overall a very good team win. Very proud of the girls,” coach Glen Hafley said.

RECORDS: Burnet 7th A is 4-1

UP NEXT: 6:30 p.m.Oct. 20, Burnet at Llano, 400 Texas 71 East.

Burnet 7th B def. Lampasas 25-9, 25-8 on Oct. 9

TOP SERVERS: Marissa Miller, Stephanie Garcia (5 straight aces), Elizabeth Nash, Caitlynne Graves

ON DEFENSE: Melissa Perez, Kendal Connally, Caitlynne Graves

QUOTABLE: “These girls never cease to amaze me with their love for the game and the way they fight through till the end,” coach Crystal Syphrett said.

RECORDS: Burnet 7th B is 4-1

UP NEXT: 6:30 p.m.Oct. 20, Burnet at Llano, 400 Texas 71 East.

Burnet 8th B def. Lampasas 24-26, 25-22, 25-20 on Oct. 9

TOP SERVERS: Makenna Edward, Samantha Robinson

ON OFFENSE: Diane Hurst, Trynadee Greenwell, Kinley Beyer, Jessica Wilson, Dream Romero; setters Kaylie Russell and Samantha Robison

ON DEFENSE: Riley Markgraf, Genna Weston, Mikayla Whitus

QUOTABLE: “Very proud of the heart and desire these girls showed and with that they came away with a hard fought win,” coach Glen Hafley said.

RECORDS: Burnet 8th A is 3-2

UP NEXT: 6:30 p.m.Oct. 20, Burnet at Llano, 400 Texas 71 East.

Burnet 8th B def. Lampasas 25-17, 22-25, 25-21 on Oct. 9

TOP SERVERS: McKinley Gonzales (4 unanswered serves), Makenna Delill, Brooke Weller and Hattie Blair.

ON OFFENSE: Makenna Delill, Hattie Blair, Brooke Weller, Aubrey Losey, Kathleen Fipps; setters McKinley Gonzales and Giselle Valdez

ON DEFENSE: Peyton Phillips, Lucila Ortiz, Mackenzie Goertz, Kailee Hair, Lucila Ortiz, Mackenzie Goertz

QUOTABLE: “I’m so proud of how much heart the girls showed in coming back from being behind, hustling after every ball and working as a team,” coach Tamura Hurst said.

RECORDS: Burnet 8th B is 4-1

UP NEXT: 5:30 p.m.Oct. 20, Burnet at Llano, 400 Texas 71 East.

Burnet 7th Spirit def. Pride 25-21, 21-25, 18-16 on Oct. 7

TOP SERVERS: Pride – Alli Hawkins, Devina Huerta, Juleya Crawford and Lesli Rodriguez. Spirit – Shayna Bartlett, Tatum Davis, Baylea Breeden, Melissa Perez

ON OFFENSE: The rest of the best on offense.

ON DEFENSE: Spirit – Crystal Beam, Taryn Briggs and Mekaila Mottleier. Pride – Jolie Walker, Meredith Dunahoo and Juleya Crawford

QUOTABLE: “The improvement is remarkable to see from these young ladies, since our first game and I look forward to watching them grow,” coach coach Crystal Syphrett said.

Burnet 8th Pride def. Spirit 25-3, 25-9 on Oct. 7

TOP SERVERS: Pride – Melissa Sprankle, Madison Glaspy, Allie Richardson, Heather Hahn, Jamie Edwards.

ON OFFENSE: Pride – Gisselle (Gigi) Valdez .

Marble Falls 7th White lost to Hill Country 13-6 on Oct. 6

TOP PLAYERS: Joseph McCubbin 70-yard touchdown run

ON OFFENSE: Jayden Thielepape, Omar Rodriquez, and Eddie Buchanan

ON DEFENSE: Pablo Ponce and Jeremiah Brown

UP NEXT: 4:15 p.m. Oct. 13, Marble Falls vs. Hudson Bend at Pony Stadium, 1511 Pony Circle Drive in Marble Falls

Marble Falls 7th Gold beat Hill Country 25-20 on Oct. 6

TOP PLAYERS: Isaiah Beltran scored 4 touchdowns

ON OFFENSE: Ryan Loader, Cody Sauere

ON DEFENSE: Skyler Murphy with an interception and a pass break-up;  Bryce Gant and Bruci Garcia

RECORDS: Marble Falls 7th gold is 1-3

UP NEXT: 5:15 p.m. Oct. 13, Marble Falls vs. Hudson Bend at Pony Stadium, 1511 Pony Circle Drive in Marble Falls

Marble Falls 7th Purple lost to Hill Country 33-0 on Oct. 6

ON OFFENSE: Gabriel Barker and Josh Whitecotton

ON DEFENSE: Denver Horn, Bryer Atkinson, Drew Torres

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RECORDS: Marble Falls 7th purple is 1-3.

UP NEXT: 6:30 p.m. Oct. 13, Marble Falls vs. Hudson Bend at Pony Stadium, 1511 Pony Circle Drive in Marble Falls

Marble Falls 8th Gold lost to Hill Country 38-6 on Oct. 7

TOP PLAYERS: Steve Rodriguez 76-yard touchdown run

ON OFFENSE: Ty Marshall, Jayden Bridges, Samuel  Haywood

ON DEFENSE: David Moran and Ernesto Martinez

RECORDS: Marble Falls 8th gold is 0-4-1.

UP NEXT: 5:15 p.m. Oct. 14, Marble Falls vs. Hudson Bend at Pony Stadium, 1511 Pony Circle Drive in Marble Falls

Marble Falls 8th Purple lost to Hill Country 32-0 on Oct. 7

ON OFFENSE: Hard-nose running by Josh Handley, Bernabe Torrez and Casey Salazar; lineman Braidon Whiteside

ON DEFENSE: Chandler Mitchell,  Zach Fern and Nathan Mezger with fumble recoveries; Clayton Jackson and Cooper Wilson with tackle for loss

RECORDS: Marble Falls 8th purple is 1-4

UP NEXT: 6:30 p.m. Oct. 14, Marble Falls vs. Hudson Bend at Pony Stadium, 1511 Pony Circle Drive in Marble Falls

CROSS COUNTRY

Burnet at McNeil meet

ROUND ROCK — The top 14 runners of the Burnet Middle School cross-country team competed at the Round Rock McNeil Invitational on Oct. 4.

RESULTS: Boys (nearly 150 runners) — Logan Cummings, 13:05; Bryan Silva, 13:07; Trenton Hughes, 13:48; Ross Giesenschlag, 14:10; Jacob Robinett, 14:10; Eddy Parker, 14:15; Clayton Atkison 14:40. Girls (nearly 150 runners) — 11, Trynadee Greenwell, 13:30; Emma Lewis, 14:07; Dream Romero, 14:09; Kinley Beyer, 14:41; Neeradt Leon, 15:10; Fatima Rodriguez, 15:15; Jazlyn Marvin, 15:20

QUOTABLE: “This meet is very competitive with the top runners from various programs around the state. Nearly every runner improved on his or her time significantly,” coach Natalie Shannon said.

UP NEXT: 5 p.m. Oct. 15, Burnet Middle School Invitational at Haley Nelson Park, off Texas 29 West on Garden Trails Drive in Burnet.