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VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP: Burnet, Marble Falls and Llano results

GEORGETOWN — The Burnet High School volleyball team defeated defeated Georgetown Gateway 22-25, 25-6, 21-25, 25-20, 15-8 on Sept. 22 after losing to Fredericksburg 21-25, 13-25, 15-25 on Sept. 15.

Head coach Salye Coles complimented Gateway’s play.

The very competitive Lady Dragons came out firing the ball, and the home court advantage seemed to take hold as the Lady Dragons won game one,” she said. “However, the Lady Dawgs would not take that lying down and came back with a forceful game two victory.”

Cole said she was pleased to see her players battle back from being down 2-1 in the match.   

In the match against Fredericksburg, the coach said the Lady Dawgs were dealing with injuries, which affected the lineup.

“We had to put players in unfamiliar positions on the court,” she said. “We were not as aggressive offensively as we needed to be, and we did not execute well when we were out of systems. It was a good learning experience for our young players.”

AGAINST GATEWAY: Kills – Madison Hall 11, Kasey Taylor 9, Jill Rosow 9, Kylah Arnold 7, Kaygen Floyd 5, Sami Hogan 2, Marissa Escamilla 2; assists – Hogan 23, Taylor 15, Floyd 2, Arnold 1; aces – Samantha Edwards 2, Hall  2, Hogan  2, Lexey Parker 1, Rosow 1, Taylor 1; digs – Hall 17, Edwards 15, Parker 12 , Hogan 11, Taylor 10, Rosow 8, Escamilla 7, Floyd 1; assist blocks – Floyd 4, Arnold 4, Taylor 2,  Hall  1

RECORDS: Burnet is 18-7 overall

UP NEXT: 5 p.m. Sept. 25, vs. Lampasas at The Doghouse, 1000 The Green Mile in Burnet

MARBLE FALLS

MARBLE FALLS — The Marble Falls High School volleyball team is still searching for its first District 25-5A win of the season.

The Lady Mustangs lost to Leander 23-25, 15-25, 12-25 on Sept. 22; Cedar Park Vista Ridge 13-25, 24-26, 14-25 on Sept. 18; and Georgetown High 9-25, 10-25, 11-25 on Sept. 15.

Marble Falls head coach Casey Schubert said she saw plenty of positives, especially against Georgetown.

“Despite the score, the girls really played well,” she said. “Defense was the best it’s been all year. Made some changes in the lineup and brought up junior varsity player Jireh Roberson for her defense, and she did great.”

AGAINST VISTA RIDGE: Kills – Aubree Adams 6, Baylee Adams 5, Macy Dyer 5; assists – Natalie Chapa 7; aces – Kaley Neal 1; digs – Kaley Neal 8

AGAINST VISTA RIDGE: Kills – B. Adams 5, A. Adams 4, Courtney Pilley 3, Dyer 3; assists – Chapa 7, Kelsie Tackitt 6; aces – Chapa 3, Tackitt 2; blocks – Adams 6, Adams 5; digs – Dyer 8, Chapa 6

AGAINST GEORGETOWN: Kills – Kathryn DeSpain 4, B. Adams 3; assists – Chapa 9; blocks – Adams 2, A. Adams 2; digs – Jireh Roberson 7, Dyer 6

RECORDS: Marble Falls is 3-20 overall, 0-4 in District 25-5A play

UP NEXT: 5:30 p.m. Sept. 25, at Dripping Springs, 940 W. Highway 290 in Dripping Springs.

LLANO

LLANO — The Llano High School volleyball team lost to Boerne Geneva 21-25, 17-25, 18-25 on Sept. 18.

ON OFFENSE: Kills – Lexi Lucas 9, Kaymon Lange 4, Erin Franklin 4, Skye Sanderson 3, Katelyn Blair 3, Meredith Moore 2; assists – Moore 13, Angela Palmares 2, Lucas 1; aces – Lange 1

ON DEFENSE: Blocks – Sanderson 3, Franklin 1; digs – Cece Overstreet 10, Moore 8, Lucas 5, Palmares 4, Kenzie Cocherham 3, Blair 2, Lange 2, Franklin 2, Sanderson 2

JUNIOR VARSITY RESULTS: Black won 25-12, 25-18; Orange won 26-24, 25-22

UP NEXT: 7 p.m. Sept. 22 at Harper, 23122 U.S. 290 West in Harper

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