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High School Volleyball: September 25th

District 5-4A

Byron Nelson 3 (22-12, 6-0)
Wichita Falls 0 (2-4)
25-22, 25-17, 25-13
WF: Sarah Gray 8 Kills, 13 Digs

Rider 3 (18-6, 4-2)
Azle  1 (2-4)
23-25, 25-19, 25-21, 25-23
RID: Kendall Chamberlain 18 K, 17 D, Taylor Caswell 17 K, 13 D

District 5-3A

Iowa Park    3 (8-15, 2-0)
Burkburnett 2 (9-9, 0-2)
24-26, 25-21, 20-25, 25-14, 15-11
IP: Halee Langen 19 K, 15 D, Bre Smoak 13 K, 7 Blk, Bethany Mitcham 9 D
BURK: Christianah Ogunleye 16 K, 7 Digs, Carissa Bounds 9 K, Ebanie Griffith 17 Digs

Hirschi  3 (13-3, 1-1)
Graham 1 (0-1)
25-19, 25-21, 29-31, 25-21
HIR: Camille Lee 14 K, 7 Blk, 4 D, Asia Gates 13 K, 4 Blk, 4 D, Shaila Runnels 13 Ast, 5 K

District 8-2A

City View    0 (0-2)
#6 Holliday  3 (22-5, 2-0)
25-13, 25-12, 25-20

Nocona 3 (21-9, 1-1)
Bowie   0 (8-16, 0-2)
25-12, 25-17, 25-16
NOC: Allie Hackley 11 K, Brittan Mitchell 10 K, 6 Blk, C.J. Hamilton 17 Ast, Kealy Walker 12 D.

District 6-A

#18 Munday 3
Rotan            0
25-13, 25-19, 25-13
MUN: Raci Dillard 12 K, 6 Aces, Tatum Bufkin 21 Ast, 6 Aces, Kylie Urbanczyk 8 K, Kaylan Urbanczyk 7 K, 3 Aces

District 7-A

#10 Windthorst 3 (17-10, 5-0)
Petrolia              1 (3-2)
25-9, 25-21, 18-25, 26-24
WIN: Brooke Dillon 15 K

Archer City 3 (13-12, 4-1)
Electra        1 (6-16, 3-2)
8-25, 26-24, 25-17, 25-12
AC: Brittney Griffith 20 K, 5 D, Rachel Ashton 22 ast
ELEC: Allison Hatfield 10 K, Lacey Perez 4 K, 5 D McKenzie Lewis: 6 Kills, 4 Blk

TAPPS 2-A

Wichita Christian  0 (2-2)
Notre Dame         3 (20-4, 4-0)
25-23, 25-10, 25-16
ND: Julie Brady 7 Kills

Christ Academy      3 (22-4, 3-0)
Covenant Classical 0
25-3, 25-5, 25-7
CA: 21 team aces, Katelynn Wilson 11 K, Christi Robertson/MKay Warman 6 K each

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