High School Court Report

Court Report Nov. 17

Episcopal of Bellaire (TX) celebrates first SPC title in 19 years!

Welcome to Court Report (sponsored by HUDL!), our weekly look at everything volleyball! In this edition, we discuss our usual subjects, have a few “Odds and Ends” and name a “Dream Team” of standout players this week. Enjoy.

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    2018setter

    November 17, 2017 at 3:22 pm

    Its a shame that Texas TAPPS is not noted.

  2. John Tawa

    John Tawa

    November 19, 2017 at 7:56 pm

    From State Champion’s Salute, Nov. 12:

    Texas Privates

    Fair warning: online coverage of the TAPPS state tournament is sparser than sparse.

    Antonian won its first title since 2010, sweeping Prestonwood Christian Academy in Class 6A. The Apaches held off two set points against in the second to lay the groundwork for the sweep. Maylin Garrett and Michaela Edwards most likely keyed the win but we do not have an account of the championship match to reference.

    All Saints of Fort Worth, with first-year coach Jacob Hanan on the bench, edged Holy Cross in Class 5A. It marked the second straight year that Holy Cross lost in five in the state championship match. Junior OH Ashton Mares led the way with 16 kills and 14 digs.

    Trinity Christian won its fourth title in a row, sweeping The Woodlands Christian in Class 4A. Bradi Marshall, who had 24 assists and six aces; and Peyton Himango, who added nine kills and 14 digs, will graduate having never known anything but that state championship feeling.

    Round Rock Christian got 25 kills from Sophia Berg to down Willow Park Trinity Christian in Class 3A.

    Live Oak Classical won the Class 2A rematch with 2016 champion Lubbock All Saints, getting 32 kills and 20 digs from Bailey Keith in the four-set win.

    North Central Texas Academy of Granbury won the 1A title in three over Wichita Falls Christian. It was the first title in NCTA history. Milica Pejovic, Iva Jelovac, Kansas Simons and Dorotea Koprivica made the All-Tournament team for the victors.

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