SUBVARSITY REPORT: Football, volleyball, cross country

MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL

West Ridge 12, Marble Falls 7th White 6 on Oct. 20

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Jose Garcia, 1 touchdown; quarterback Zach Spillman, good runs and pass to Dylan Thielepape

DEFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Pablo Ponce and Steven Mendez

UP NEXT: 4:15 p.m. Nov. 3, Marble Falls vs. Dripping Springs at Tiger Stadium, located at Tiger Lane and Bell Spring Road in Dripping Springs

West Ridge 20, Marble Falls 7th Gold 6 on Oct. 20

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Hunter Jackson, 3-yard touchdown run; Skyler Murphy, 50-yard run; receiver William Wilson, caught pass from Jackson; Angel Naverette; Ryan Loader

ON DEFENSE: Murphy two interceptions

UP NEXT: 5:15 p.m. Nov. 3, Marble Falls vs. Dripping Springs at Tiger Stadium, located at Tiger Lane and Bell Spring Road in Dripping Springs

West Ridge 28, Marble Falls 7th Purple 6 on Oct. 20

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Gabriel Barker, caught touchdown pass from Drew Torres; Cruz Castill; Josh Whitecotton

DEFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Lance Poling, Chavez McHenry and Denver Horn

UP NEXT: 6:30 p.m. Nov. 3, Marble Falls vs. Dripping Springs at Tiger Stadium, located at Tiger Lane and Bell Spring Road in Dripping Springs

West Ridge 22, Marble Falls 8th Gold 8 on Oct. 21

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Steve Rodriguez, 60-yard touchdown run; Jayden Bridges; Samuel Haywood

DEFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Tackles for loss – Christian Cortez 2, David Moran, Victor Vasquez

SPECIAL TEAMS STANDOUT: Christian Cortez, 25-yard kick return

UP NEXT: 5:15 p.m. Nov. 4, Marble Falls vs. Dripping Springs at Tiger Stadium, located at Tiger Lane and Bell Spring Road in Dripping Springs

Marble Falls 8th Purple 12, West Ridge 12 on Oct. 21

TOP PLAYERS: Cooper Wilson, 10-yard touchdown reception from Andrew Stripling and 15-yard touchdown run

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Linemen Braiden Whiteside and Ernesto Castaneda

DEFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Casey Salazar, 2 tackles for loss; Reece VanHoose, big hit; Stephen Pearce, fumble recovery; Zack Fern, several quarterback pressures and tackle for loss; Glen Thomas, tackle for loss

UP NEXT: 6:30 p.m. Nov. 4, Marble Falls vs. Dripping Springs at Tiger Stadium, located at Tiger Lane at Bell Spring Road in Dripping Springs

MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL

Lake Travis def. Marble Falls 8th A 14-25, 21-25 on Oct. 16

TOP PLAYERS: Offense – Naomi Pegues; defense – Nikki Turquia.

ON OFFENSE: Kills – Logan Hulon 4, Jessica DeLaHoya 3; aces – Naomi Pegues 3, Nikki Turquia 3; assists – Naomi Pegues 4, Jessica DeLaHoya 3

ON DEFENSE: Digs – Nikki Turquia 13, Leslie Salgado 4

QUOTABLE: “The team fought back but fell short in the end. We have been plagued with injuries and are trying to work through all the adjustments. I am proud of the girls for continuously giving all they have,” Marble Falls coach Kelly Clark said.

RECORDS: Marble Falls 8th A is 6-7.

Burnet 7th A def. Llano 25-16, 25-5 on Oct. 20

LLANO — The Burnet Middle School seventh-grade A volleyball team beat Llano in straight sets.

Lexi Courtney served 19 consecutive points in the second set for the victory.

QUOTABLE: “We really played well as a team and put it all together tonight,” Burnet coach Glen Hafley said.

RECORDS: Burnet 7th A is 5-1.

UP NEXT: 5 p.m. Oct. 27, Burnet vs. Salado at Burnet Middle School, 1401 N. Main St. in Burnet

Llano def. Burnet 7th B 23-25, 25-13, 18-25 on Oct. 20

TOP SERVERS: Jessenia Garcia 13 unanswered serves in Game 2

QUOTABLE: “This was our third time to face this team, and I think we came in a little overconfident after defeating the Lady Daubers twice. We did not have our best night and had a hard time staying with a much improved Llano team. This was a tough loss, but I know the girls will come out fighting next week,” Burnet coach Crystal Syphrett said.

RECORDS: Burnet 7th B is 4-2.

UP NEXT: 6 p.m. Oct. 27, Burnet vs. Salado at Burnet Middle School, 1401 N. Main St. in Burnet

Burnet 7th Spirit defeated Burnet Pride 25-19, 26-24 on Oct. 15

TOP SERVERS: Pride – Lesli Rodriguez with 6 straight serves, Juleya Crawford and Devina Huerta; Spirit – Baylea Breeden 7 consecutive aces, Tatum Davis, Aubrey Miller

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Spirit – Yamille Rodriguez, Tatum Davis, Taryn Briggs, Carrie Guthrie, Crystal Beam

DEFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Pride – Jolie Walker and Juleya Crawford

QUOTABLE: “The girls continue to improve, and I love watching the excitement and hustle from these girls,” Burnet coach Tamura Hurst said.

Llano def. Burnet 8th A 13-25, 22-25 on Oct. 20

QUOTABLE: “We did not have our best night and had a hard time staying with a very good Llano team. We had several times we showed some life but just could not continue it enough to pull out a win. (I’m) very proud of how the girls fought in the second game, and after trailing 23-14 (they) made a big run and got back within 23-22, but (it) was just not enough,” Burnet coach Glen Hafley said.

RECORDS: Burnet 8th A is 3-3.

UP NEXT: 6 p.m. Oct. 27, Burnet vs. Salado at Burnet Middle School, 1401 N. Main St. in Burnet

Burnet 8th B def. Llano 18-25, 25-22, 25-21 on Oct. 20

TOP SERVERS: Paige Bridgeman, Lucila Ortiz and Mackenzie Goertz.

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Aubrey Losey, Paige Bridgeman and Brooke Weller

QUOTABLE: “I was very proud of the perseverance the girls showed in the game. They all worked together, and I could not have asked more from them,” Burnet coach Tamura Hurst said.

RECORDS: Burnet 8th B is 5-1.

UP NEXT: 5 p.m. Oct. 27, Burnet vs. Salado at Burnet Middle School, 1401 N. Main St. in Burnet

Burnet 8th Pride def. Spirit 25-14, 25-21 on Oct. 15

TOP SERVERS: Spirit – Harli Springer with 4 straight unanswered points; Pride – Allie Richardson with 8 straight aces, Madison Glaspy

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Pride – Paige Cheesman, Cheyenne Sharp and Sydni Stieler; Spirit – Heather Hahn, Madison Slocum and Autumn Pritchitt

QUOTABLE:  “The girls continue to improve in every aspect of the game,” Burnet coach Crystal Syphrett said.

MIDDLE SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY

Burnet places at district meet

LAMPASAS — Two Burnet Middle School cross-country teams were the runners-up, while the other two were fourth in their divisions at the district meet Oct. 22 to finish the season.

The seventh-grade boys and eighth-grade girls second in their divisions, while the seventh-grade girls and eighth-grade boys were fourth.

RESULTS: Seventh-grade boys (31 runners) – 4, Logan Cummings, 12:57; 5, Bryan Silva, 13:42; 7, Eddy Parker, 13:46; 14, Jacob Robinett, 14:18; 16, Clayton Atkison, 14:39; 18, Zarious Skelton, 14:46; 22, Cole Shouldis, 15:46. Seventh-grade girls (41 runners) – 6, Neeradt Leon, 14:54; 14, Caitlynne Graves, 15:44; 15, Jazlyn Marvin, 15:44; 29, Alison Frost, 17:29; 41, Sarah Lott, 22:47.

Eighth-grade boys (33 runners) – 12, Trenton Hughes, 13:09; 15, Ross Giesenschlag, 13:40; 24, Eddie Shaw, 14:36; 29, Alfredo Lopez,  15:11; 30, Jon VanWagenen, 15:12. Eighth-grade girls (49 runners) – 2, Trynadee Greenwell, 13:44; 10, Emma Lewis, 14:15; 15, Kinley Beyer, 14:46; 16, Dream Romero 14:48; 17, Fatima Rodriguez, 14:49; 24, Kara Ward, 15:08; 41, Hattie Blair, 17:13; 43, Diane Hurst, 17:24.

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