They played hard but were only able to pull out a 25-20 win in the second set, losing 25-19, 25-18 and 25-20 in the first, third and fourth sets. Yanely Lozano posted 11 kills, nine digs and three blocks for the Lady Pirates. Bobbi Leitha added 17 digs, 11 assists and seven kills. Sophomore Lexi Mills had a team-high 21 digs and added three kills and one block. Griselda Martinez followed with 15 kills, nine assists and two kills. Mackenzie Lyon had five digs, four kills and one ace.
it wasn’t an easy comeback, and the lead changed more often than Texas weather throughout the game, but OLH pulled through in the end. The Hawks managed to overcome the Cardinals in the second quarter with a 27-25 lead and the game was tied 39-39 at the end of the third quarter. “This was a great win for us tonight,” Coach Chris Ramirez said. “It was a back and forth game, tied entering the fourth quarter.
Drippings Springs is undefeated in district and the reigning district champions. Roemer challenged the girls earlier in the week to “bring the energy.”The Lady Antlers got off to slow start, losing the first set 25-15. They rebounded, however, and pulled off a 25-23 win in set two and a 25-18 win in set four. Tivy lost the final set 15-12. "It could have gone either way at the end," Roemer said. "We had more fight and more energy tonight.
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