MIDDLE SCHOOL REPORT: Marble Falls football, Burnet volleyball

FOOTBALL

Lake Travis 29, Marble Falls 7th Gold 0 on Oct. 27

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Zach Spillman, Dylan Thielepape, Ryan Loader

DEFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Skyler Murphy two tackles for loss, fumble recovery and pass break up; Pablo Ponce 2 sacks; Omar Rodriquez caused a fumble

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

Lake Travis 20, Marble Falls 7th Gold 7 on Oct. 27

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Running back Gabriel Barker with 15-yard touchdown run; Brendan Sapp with several pass receptions from quarterback Josh Whitecotten; Lance Poling and Denver Horn; Tyler Wooten, lineman of the game

DEFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Cooper Pangborn, two pass breakups; Brendan Sapp, interception; Drew Torres, two tackles for a loss

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

Lake Travis 29, Marble Falls 8th Gold 0 on Oct. 28

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Quarterback Oscar DelaHoya with several pass completions to Ty Gibson, Jayden Bridges and Chris Martinez

DEFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Fumble recoveries – Roberto Perez 1, Ryan Molina 1; interceptions – Ty Gibson 1; tackles for loss – Genaro Arreguin 1

UP NEXT: 5:15 p.m. Nov. 4, Marble Falls vs. Dripping Springs at Pony Stadium, 1511 Pony Circle Drive in Marble Falls

Lake Travis 24, Marble Falls 8th Purple 16 on Oct. 28

TOP PLAYERS: Josh Handely, 60-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Andrew Stripling; running back Cooper Wilson, 70-yard touchdown run; Bernabe Torres, 2 for 2 on extra points

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Receptions by Josh Handely and Wilson; offensive lineman Braiden Whiteside; center Charles McLean, perfect on his snaps

DEFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Zach Fern, four tackles for loss and two sacks; Gilberto Cristobol, sack; Reese VanHoose, several tackles and big hit for second straight week

QUOTABLE: Coaches said the Ponies played their best game of the year.

UP NEXT: 6:30 p.m. Nov. 4, Marble Falls vs. Dripping Springs at Pony Stadium, 1511 Pony Circle Drive in Marble Falls

VOLLEYBALL

 

Burnet 7th A def. Salado 25-21, 28-26 on Oct. 27

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Passers Katie Faris, Amilee Shackelford, Greyson Lenz, Kenley Wendt, Caitlynne Graves; setters and hitters Lexi Courtney, Shelby Ford, Shackelford Emmerson Walker

DEFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Reyvan Greenhaw, Katelyn Moore

QUOTABLE: “Very proud of the girls and the way they played together and pulled out a very good win,” Burnet coach Glen Hafley said.

RECORDS: Burnet 7th B is 6-1.

UP NEXT: 5 p.m. Nov. 3, Burnet at Liberty Hill, 13125 Texas 29 West in Liberty Hill

Burnet 7th B def. Salado 25-13, 25-6 on Oct. 27

TOP SERVERS: Leah Ng with 6 unanswered serves, Taylor Mullins, Marissa Miller, Emma Nisely, Baylae Breeden with 6 aces, Elizabeth Nash with 6 aces

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Hitters Elizabeth Nash, Kendal Connolly, Taylor Mullins

DEFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Defensive specialists Tatum Davis, Stephany Garcia, Jessenia Garcia

QUOTABLE: “I cannot say enough about this group of girls and their love of the game. They are working hard,” Burnet coach Crystal Syphrett said.

RECORDS: Burnet 7th B is 5-2.

UP NEXT: 6 p.m. Nov. 3, Burnet at Liberty Hill, 13125 Texas 29 West in Liberty Hill

Burnet 7th Spirit def. Pride 11-25, 25-21, 17-15 on Oct. 22

TOP SERVERS: Pride – Lesli Rodriguez, Alli Hawkins; Spirit – Juleya Crawford, Carrie Guthrie

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Spirit – Yamille Ramirez and Crystal Beam; Pride – Jolie Walker and Meridith Dunahoo

QUOTABLE: “I was very proud of how well the girls played and hustled for the ball. We had several girls who are finally getting their serves over and becoming more consistent,” Burnet coach Tamura Hurst said.

Burnet 8th A def. Salado 25-22, 26-24 on Oct. 27

TOP SERVERS: Makenna Edwards served 16 straight points; Mikayla Whitus served final two points of the match

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Front-row players Trynadee Greenwell, Diane Hurst, Jessica Wilson, Dream Romero

DEFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Defensive specialists Kinley Beyer, Riley Markgraf, Samantha Robison, Mikayla Whitus, Kaylie Russell

QUOTABLE: “After getting ourselves into an early 6-0 hole, the girls really stepped up to the punches thrown by the Eagles and then started jabbing back. The girls really played hard and never gave up,” Burnet coach Glen Hafley said.

RECORDS: Burnet 8th A is 4-3.

UP NEXT: 6 p.m. Nov. 3, Burnet at Liberty Hill, 13125 Texas 29 West in Liberty Hill

Burnet 8th B def. Salado 25-18, 25-17 on Oct. 27

TOP SERVERS: Brooke Weller with 4 aces, Hattie Blair

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Front-row players Makenna Delill, Hattie Blair, Brooke Weller, Kathleen Fipps, Aubrey Losey, Paige Bridgeman; setters Giselle Valdez and McKinley Gonzales

DEFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Defensive specialists Peyton Phillips, Lucila Ortiz, Mackenzie Goertz

QUOTABLE: “I’m so proud of these young ladies. They finally pulled it all together and played the best they have played all season,” Burnet coach Crystal Syphrett said.

RECORDS: Burnet 8th B is 6-1.

UP NEXT: 6 p.m. Nov. 3, Burnet at Liberty Hill, 13125 Texas 29 West in Liberty Hill

Burnet 8th Spirit def. Pride 25-12, 26-24 on Oct. 22

TOP SERVERS: Pride – Melissa Sprankle, Madison Slocum, Jennifer Lopez and Harli Springer; Spirit – Allie Richardson, Jamie Edwards, Kansas Haynes and Madison Glaspy

OFFENSIVE STANDOUTS: Spirit – Yamille Ramirez and Crystal Beam; Pride – Jolie Walker and Meridith Dunahoo

QUOTABLE: “Both sides played their hearts out. Every point was well fought for,” Burnet coach Crystal Syphrett said.

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