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VOLLEYBALL: Burnet, Marble Falls lose; Llano beats Faith

GATESVILLE — The Burnet High School volleyball team lost to Gatesville 12-25, 27-25, 25-19, 17-25, 11-25 on Sept. 11.

Lady Dawgs head coach Salye Coles said her athletes played a good match, though they suffered through a slow start in the opening set.

After capturing the second and third games, the Lady Dawgs (17-6) looked to close out the match in the fourth. With a four-point lead, Burnet suffered an injury, and Gatesville seized the momentum.

“The Lady Dawgs would not allow adversity take them down lightly,” Coles said. “They played a strong, aggressive game five.”

ON OFFENSE: Kills – Madison Hall 11, Jill Rosow 9, Kaygen Floyd 5, Marissa Escamilla 3, Taylor 3, Kylah Arnold 1; assists – Sami Hogan 16, Taylor 13; aces – Hogan 6, Lexey Parker 2, Rosow 2, Taylor 2

ON DEFENSE: Digs – Rosow 13, Parker 8, Samantha Edwards 6, Taylor 6, Hall 5, Escamilla 5, Arnold 4, Hogan 2; solo blocks – Escamilla 1, Floyd 1; block assists – Rosow 3, Escamilla 2, Floyd 2, Taylor 2, Hall 1

QUOTABLE: “I was really proud of the girls. After Jill (Rosow) turned her ankle, they came out and fired the  ball in game five. They played with class and determination the entire time,” Coles said.  

RECORDS: Burnet is 17-6 overall

UP NEXT: 6:30 p.m. Sept. 15 vs. Fredericksburg at The Doghouse, 1000 The Green Mile in Burnet

Georgetown East View def. Marble Falls

GEORGETOWN — The Marble Falls High School volleyball team lost to Georgetown East View 18-25, 8-25, 7-25 on Sept. 11.

Lady Mustangs head coach Casey Schubert said she was pleased with the way her players took the court.

First game, we came to play,” she said. “The second two sets, the girls looked defeated. I keep reminding them they have to give themselves a fighting chance. Any team can be beat on any day and that their hard work will pay off.”

Schubert noted East View’s players took advantage of some things that allowed them to excel.

“They were very tall — seemed to hit right over our blockers and were very smart hitters. (They) placed it wherever they wanted,” she said. “We struggled defensively.”

ON OFFENSE: Kills – Courtney Pilley 4, Macy Dyer 4;  assists – Natalie Chapa 3

ON DEFENSE: Solo blocksBaylee Adams 2; digs – Natalie Chapa 7, Kelsie Tackitt 5.

UP NEXT: 7 p.m. Sept. 15, at Georgetown High, 2211 N. Austin Ave. in Georgetown

Llano def. Faith Academy; loses to Lago Vista

LLANO — The Llano High School volleyball team defeated Faith Academy of Marble Falls 21-25, 25-21, 25-16, 26-24 on Sept. 14 after losing to Lago Vista 21-25, 12-25, 22-25 on Sept. 11.

AGAINST FAITH ACADEMY: Kills – Skye Sanderson 9, Lexi Lucas 9, Katelyn Blair 7, Kaymon Lange 6, Angela Palmares 3, Erin Franklin 3, Hayli Wells 2, Kenzie Cocherham 1, Cece Overstreet 1, Meredith Moore 1; assists – Palmares 19, Moore 15; aces – Lange 1, Lucas 1, Wells 1; blocks – Sanderson 4, Lange 1, Blair 1, Wells 1; digs – Lange 10, Overstreet 8, Moore 4, Palmares 4, Cocherham 4, Lucas 3, Sanderson 3, Wells 2, Blair 2

AGAINST LAGO VISTA: Kills – Skye Sanderson 5, Kaymon Lange 4, Lexi Lucas 4, Erin Franklin 3, Kristen Faircloth 1, Angela Palmares 1, Katelyn Blair 1, Cece Overstreet 1; assists – Meredith Moore 8, Palmares 8; aces  Moore 1; digs – Overstreet 9, Lange 9, Palmares 9, Moore 6, Lucas 5, Kenzie Cocherham 5, Sanderson 2; blocks – Sanderson 1, Faircloth 1, Blair 1.

SUBVARSITY RESULTS: (Against Lago Vista) Llano freshmen won 25-14, 25-12; junior varsity lost 15-25, 25-20, 19-25.

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