Friday, Sept. 10
George Ranch 3, Elkins 0
George Ranch made short work of Elkins on Friday to open the Longhorns’ run in District 20-6A, 25-8, 25-11, 25-13.
Senior Avery Shimaitis had a team-high 14 kills to lead the Longhorns, followed by senior Logan Lednicky with eight.
Junior Reily Steubing had three aces, and senior teammates Dylan Hoskins and Allie Sczech each had two aces.
Junior Stefani Ayiteyfio had three blocks and Lednicky add two. Lednicky led the team in digs with nine, followed by Shimaitis and Hoskins with eight. Sczech was a leader in assists with 13.
Junior Riley Steubing and Hoskins each had six receptions.
Austin 3, Travis 2
The Lady Bulldogs opened District 20-6A play with a five-set thriller against Travis. The victory extends Austin’s winning streak to five games against Travis.
Dulles 3, Bush 0
The Lady Vikings open district play with a sweep of Bush Friday.
Ridge Point 3, Clements 0
The Panthers started District 20-6A play with a sweep of Clements, 25-8, 25-10, 25-17.
Ridge Point’s offense was led by senior Nia Moore with seven kills followed by freshman Kennedi Rogers and junior Arissa Smith with five kills each.
Junior Josie Condrey and senior Nylah Raspberry had two aces each. Moorer and Smith each had three blocks. Junior Josie Condrey had 14 digs and Raspberry had 12 digs.
Senior Allyson Anaya accounted for 13 assists.
Hightower 3, Terry 0
The Lady Rangers dropped a home game to Hightower Friday, 25-9, 25-19, 25-5. The Hurricanes improved to 4-1 in District 24-5A, tied for second place with Fulshear. Terry drops to 1-3 overall in district play.
Fulshear 3, Willowridge 0
The Chargers swept Willowridge to keep pace in District 24-5A, 25-6, 25-19, 25-7. Fulshear (21-12, 4-1) currently sits in second place in 24-5A behind only Foster at 4-0.
Kempner 3, Marshall 0
The Lady Cougars started a winning streak in 24-5A play on Friday with a sweep of Marshall, 25-11, 25-19, 25-3.
Lamar Cons. 3, Angleton 0
The Lady Mustangs improved to 3-2 overall in District 24-5A standings with a 25-17, 25-11, 25-6 win over Angleton on Friday.
East Bernard 3, Harmony School of Discovery 0
The Brahmrettes opened District 24-3A play on Friday with a sweep of Harmony School of Discovery, 25-4, 25-8, 25-5.
East Bernard’s district winning streak is nearing 60 straight after Friday’s victory.
Brazos 3, Danbury 0
The Cougarettes opened District 24-3A play with a sweep of Danbury Friday, 25-16, 25-10, 25-17.
Junior Haiven Alvarado-Harris led the team with eight kills, followed by senior Meagan Demny, Aubani Cormier and Jemma Zahradnik each with seven kills.
Demny had a team-high in aces with four, followed by Alvarado-Harris with three.
Alvarado-Harris had a team-high in digs with 20, and junior teammate Jemma Zahradnik had 16 digs.
Senior Laura Durrett had 18 assists followed by Demny with 17. Alvarado-Harris led serve receptions with 10, followed by senior Caitlyn Snedaker with seven.
Foster 3, Needville 1
Two of the top Fort Bend teams kept themselves sharpe on Friday evening. Foster hosted Needville and the Lady Falcons earned a 3-1 victory, 18-25, 25-20, 25-23, 25-10.
Junior Koryn Johnson led Foster with 12 kills followed by sophomore Jackie Onyechi with eight kills and freshman Brooke Barnes with six kills.
Senior Kamryn Williams and junior Chloe Howard each had four aces for the Lady Falcons. Johnson and sophomore Jackie Onyechi combined for 14 blocks. Senior Kalani Vasquez had 23 digs and Howard added 15 assists.
Senior Ashley Fojtik led Needville in kills with 13 followed by senior Yasmny Ochoa with 11.
Sophomore Morgan Moore and senior Cayla Kozik had two aces each. Senior Alyssa Edwards had a team-high 26 digs and 29 receptions.
Seniors Fojtik and Brooke Blackard each had 17 assists for the Jays.
Fort Bend Christian 3, Faith West 0
The Lady Eagles wept Faith West Friday, 25-23, 25-14, 25-21. Senior Bailey Hanner had 14 kills while freshmen Bayleigh Minor and Layne Bulow each had seven kills.
Hanner had three aces, as did teammate Oyinkansola Ajimotokan. Senior Avery Hodge had 13 digs and 21 receptions, while senior Reagan Heflin had 17 assists.