Cedar Creek round 2 summary

Cedar Creek round 2 summary
By GALEN WELLNICKI
  With Hutto (11-1) already assured of the 18-5A championship and the district’s top seeding in the Class 5A state playoffs, arch-rivals Georgetown (9-2) and East View (8-3) will battle for second place at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday on the Patriots’ court.
   The situation becomes simple if Georgetown wins — it claims the second seeding for the playoffs with a 10-2 mark and East View falls to the No. 3 position with an 8-4 record.
    It’s a little more complicated, if East View wins, producing a two-way tie for second. The 18-5A rules on two-way ties reads as follows: “Any two teams tied for the same position will have a one-match playoff or if mutually agreed upon, a coin may be flipped. The winner of the match or flip will receive the higher position.”
    The second-place team from 18-5A will play the third-place team from 17-5A and the third-place team from 18-5A will play the runner-up in 17-5A. However, 17-5A appears to be headed for a potential first-place tie between Leander Rouse (11-1) and Cedar Park (10-1), while Pflugerville Connally (7-4) stands firm in third-place. Connally has a chance to thwart Cedar Park’s hopes Tuesday night when it hosts the Lady Timberwolves.
    The UIL state playoffs begin next week with bi-district matches schedule for Monday or Tuesday. GHS is currently scheduled  to play a warm-up match with Class 4A power Liberty Hill at 5:30 p.m. Friday on the Panthers’ court.
   Coach Jenny Richardson’s Lady Eagles swept the Patriots, 3-0 (25-20, 25-7, 25-14), in the first meeting at Eagle Gym on Tuesday, Sept. 28.  Georgetown’s only district losses have been to Hutto, while East View has lost twice to the Lady Hippos and once to GHS.
    For the season, Georgetown stands 30-13, including last Friday’s 3-0 sweep (25-5, 25-11, 25-14) over Bastrop Cedar Creek at Eagle Gym.  East View owns a 20-23 season mark, including Friday’s sweep of Elgin. In district play, the Eagles have won 33 of 41 sets and the Patriots have claimed 24 of 33.
    As for the one-sided with over Cedar Creek, Richardson said, “I thought it was a great way to end our home games this season. We played very well. All four seniors (Kristin Jones, MacKenzie Skelton, Maddie Schock and Hannah Roew) got to play on their court one last time. It’s crazy to think that they are seniors.
   “We ran some plays that I was happy to see. We still need to be more efficient servers.”
   Georgetown posted a 37.3 kill efficiency against Cedar Creek with juniors Ivey Weber and Brrianna Stovall both posting seven kills and junior MaKenzey Blades adding six. Weber had three of the Lady Eagles’ eight aces. Junior Emery Herman led with 13 assists.
   Blades and Weber figured in four and three blocks, respectively, while Weber had a team leading 15 digs and Skelton added 10.
    Both the JV and Freshman teams improved their district marks to 11-0 against Cedar Creek. The JV won 25-19, 25-10 and the Freshman B took a 25-14, 25-15 decision.
FRIDAY’S DISTRICT 18-5A MATCH
At Eagle Gym
  GEORGETOWN DEF. BASTROP CEDAR CREEK, 3-0 (25-5, 25-11, 25-14). Hitting percentage: GHS, .187, BCC, na. Kill efficiency: GHS, 37.3 (28 of 75), BCC, na.
   Georgetown indiidual leaders: Kills —  Ivey Weber 7 of 16, Brianna Stovall 7 of 14, MaKenzy Blades 6 of 13, McKenna Mokry 3 of 11, Carley Hawkins 2 of 6, Deanna De La Torres 2 of 8. Aces (8) — Weber 3, Annika Flora 2, Bailee Williams 1, Stovall 1,  Emery Herman 1. Assists — Herman 13, Kristin Jones 3, Flora 3, Taelyn Jones 2, Hannah Rowe 1. Total blocks — Blades 4, Weber 3, Maddie Schock 1, Hawkins 1, Stovall 1, Mokry 1. Digs — Weber 15, MacKenzie Skelton 10, Williams 6, De La Toirre 3, Hawkins 3, Flora 3, Herman 3.
   Cedar Creek individual leaders: unavailable.
   Records: Georgetown, 9-2 in 18-5A, 30-13; Cedar Creek, 2-9 in 18-5A; 6-35.
DISTRICT 18-5A STANDINGS
(Through Friday’s matches)
  xy-Hutto, 12-0; x-Georgetown, 9-2; x-East View, 8-3; x-Bastrop, 5-6; Elgin, 3-8; Bastrop Cedar Creek, 2-9; Manor, 0-11.
   xy — clinched distrrict championship and district’s top seeding in 5A playoffs. x– clinched playoff berth.
   Friday’s results — Georgetown 3, Bastrop Cedar Creek 0; Hutto 3, Manor 0; East View 3, Elgin 0. Bye– Bastrop.
    Tuesday’s matches — Georgetown at East View, 6:30 p.m.; Manor at Bastrop, 6:30 p.m.; Elgin at Bastrop Cedar Creek, 6:30 p.m. Bye — Hutto.
     (End of district season)
DISTRICT 18-5A SETS WIN RECORDS
  Hutto, 35-4; Georgetown, 33-8; East View, 24-9; Bastrop, 18-18; Elgin, 9-26; Bastrop Cedar Creek, 7-28; Manor, 2-33.
DISTRICT 17-5A STANDINGS
(Through Friday’s matches)
(18-5A plays 17-5A in bi-district)
   x-Leander Rouse, 11-1; x-Cedar Park, 10-1; x-Pflugerville Connally, 7-4; Pflugerville, 5-6; Leander Glenn, 4-7;  Marble Falls, 2-9; Pflugerville Weiss, 0-11.
  x– Clinched playoff berth.
    Friday’s results –Leander Rouse 3, Pflugerville 0; Cedar Park 3, Marble Falls 0; Pflugerville Connally 3,  Pflugerville Weiss 1. Bye — Leander Glenn.
    Tuesday’s matches — Cedar Park at Pflugerville Connally, 6:30 p.m.; Leander Glenn at Pflugerville Weiss, 6:30 p.m.; Pflugerville at Marble Falls, 6:30 p.m. Bye — Rouse (Round Rock Stony Point, 6:30 p.m.).
    (End of district season)
TEXAS GIRLS COACHES ASSOCIATION 5A POLL
(Released Monday, Oct. 15)
    1. Canyon Randall. 2. Lucas Lovejoy. 3. Mission Veterans Memorial. 4. El Paso Chapin. 5. Denton. 6. Frisco Liberty. 7. Wichita Falls Rider. 8. Colleyville Heritage. 9. College Station A&M Consolidated. 10. Hallsville. 11. Corpus Christi Flour Bluff. 12. El Paso El Dorado. 13. Dripping Springs. 14. Hutto. 15. Amarillo. 16. Humble Kingwood Park. 17. Fort Worth Arlington Heights. 18. Seguin. 19. Richmond Foster.  20. Gregory-Portland. 21. Manvel. 22. Crosby. 23. Lubbock Cooper. 24. San Antonio Highlands. 25. Frisco Reedy.

GET THE SCOOP

AFFILIATE WEBSITES

fbICON twICON  SMLogos_0000_Layer-4

DISCLAIMER

A Non-GISD website. Created and Maintained by the Georgetown Lady Eagle Volleyball Boosters.

GHS VOLLEYBALL BOOSTERS

Georgetown-G