East View Summary round 2

East View Summary round 2
  Georgetown head volleyball coach Jenny Richardson was not a contented consumer Tuesday night following the Lady Eagles’ three-set sweep of arch-rival East View at the Patriots’ digs.
   “That was tough,” Richardson said of the 25-19, 26-24 and 25-11 victory. “It’s always a fight for us in this gym.
    “We’ve got a lot of work to do before the start of the playoffs.”
    GHS, 31-13 on the season,completed a 10-2 run through District 18-5A and claimed the seven-team alignments’ second seeding in the UIL Class 5A playoffs.  The loss sentenced the Lady Patriots to third place with a district mark of 8-4 and a second record of 20-23.
    After playing a 5:30 p.m. Friday warm-up with class 4A power Liberty Hill on the Panthers’ court, the Lady Eagles will open their playoff campaign with a 6 p.m. bi-district contest with Pflugerville Connally, the third-place finisher in 17-5A, at Pflugerville Wiess.  East View will play Cedar Park, who tied for first in 18-5A, in bi-district. (They lost the coin-toss to Rouse, who was will be co-district champions)
    Connally posted a 7-5 record in 17-5A and is 24-17 for the season. The Cougars won 23 of 41 sets in 17-5A competition, while the Lady Eagles claimed 33 of 41 sets in district action.
    Leading 19-16 in the first set against East View, Georgetown outscored the Patriots, 6-3, in the closing minutes with the set point coming on a kill by junior Ivey Weber.
    In the second set, the Lady Eagles led by as many as seven points three times — the latest at 21-14. However, the Patriots got hot and scored nine of the next 11 point to deadlock the game 23-23. With the score deadlocked at 24-24, GHS took the set with a net serve by East View and a kill.
   In the deciding set, GHS led by 11 at 19-8 before East View scored three straight to reduce the lead to 19-11. A service error by the Patriot opened a closing run of six straight points for the Lady Eagles. Weber, who held serve for the final five points of the contest, finished it with an ace.
   The Lady Eagles had a 26.9 kill efficiency (32 of 119) with 5-foot 10 junior Brianna Stovall led with nine kills and Weber followed with six. Juniors MaKenzy Bladed and MaKenna Mokry each added five. Junior Emery Herman had 20 assists, while freshman Annika Flora had 10.
   Other statistical leaders were Herman with three aces followed by Weber and junior Taelyn Jones with two each. Stovall figured in three blocks and Blades and junior Carley Hawkins were in on two. T. Jones had 25 digs and senior MacKenze Skelton added 17.
   In the JV battle, Georgetown completed a perfect 12-0 championship run through 18-5A with a 25-23, 25-12 victory  over East View.  A dunk over the net by Elizabeth Denyer completed the victroy. Coach Shelbi Goode’s JV finished its season at 21-6.
   “It’s pretty awesome,” Goode said of the the title run. “It’s a good team that accomplished a lot. I’m proud of the girls.”
   The GHS Freshman A and B teams both lost to East View, but still both earned the District CHampionship title.
At East View
  GEORGETOWN DEF. EAST VIEW, 3-0 (25-19, 26-24, 25-11). Hitting percentage: GHS, .143; EVH, na. Kill efficiency: GHS, 26.9 (32 of 119); EVH, na,
   Georgetown individual leaders: Kills — Brianna Stovall 9 of 25, Ivey Weber 6 of 20, MaKenzey Blades 5 of 24, McKenna Mokry 5 of 10, Carley Hawkins 4 of 18; Annika Flora 3 of 8. Aces (10) — Emery Herman 3, Weber 2, Taelyn Jones 2, MacKenzie Skelton 1, Stovall 1, Flora 1. Assists — Herman 20, Flora 10, T. Jones 2. Total blocks — Stovall 3, Blades 2, Hawkins 2, Mokrey 1, Weber 1, Flora 1. Digs — T. Jones 25, Skelton 17, Flora 15, Weber 10, Herman 10.
   East View individual leaders: Kills — Tara Jensen 10, Aluna Ortega 5. Aces — Chelsea Williams 3. Assists — Mary Brown 23. Total blocks — MaKenna Baylor, 2.5. Digs — Kayla White 12, Jensen 11.
   Records: Georgetown, 10-2 in 18-5A, 31-13 season; East View 8-4 in 18-5A, 20-23 season.
(Through Tuesday’s matches)
  xy-Hutto, 12-0; x-Georgetown, 10-2; x-East View, 8-4; x-Bastrop, 6-6; Elgin, 3-9; Bastrop Cedar Creek, 3-9; Manor, 0-12.
   xy — clinched distrrict championship and district’s top seeding in 5A playoffs. x– clinched playoff berth.
    Tuesday’s results — Georgetown 3, East View, 0; Bastrop 3, Manor 0; Bastrop Cedar Creek 3,  Elgin 0. Bye — Hutto.
     (End of district season)
  Hutto, 36-4; Georgetown, 33-8; East View, 24-12; Bastrop, 21-18; Bastrop Cedar Creek, 10-28; Elgin, 9-29; Manor, 2-36.
(Through Tuesday’s matches)
(18-5A plays 17-5A in bi-district)
   x-Leander Rouse, 11-1; x-Cedar Park, 11-1; x-Pflugerville Connally, 7-5; x-Pflugerville, 6-6; Leander Glenn, 5-7;  Marble Falls, 1-11; Pflugerville Weiss, 1-11.
   Note: Weiss defeated Marble Falls, 3-0, in a Make-up game from Oct. 16).
  x– Clinched playoff berth.
   Tuesday’s results — Cedar Park 3, Pflugerville Connally 1; Leander Glenn 3, Pflugerville Weiss 0; Pflugerville 3, Marble Falls 0. Bye — Rouse (Defeaed Round Rock Stony Point, 3-0).
    (End of district season)
(District seeding in parenthesis)
Hutto (1) vs. Pflugerville (4), TBA
Georgetown (2) vs. Pflugerville Connally (3), 6 p.m., Tuesday, Pflugerville Weiss.
 East View (3) vs, Cedar Park or Rouse (1 or 2), TBA
 Bastrop (4) vs. Cedar Park or Rouse (1 or 2), TBA.
(Released, Monday, Oct. 22)
  1. Canyon Randall. 21. 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. Hutto. 12. Corpus Christi Flower Bluff. 13. El Paso El Dorado. 14. Dripping Springs. 15. Humble Kingwood Park. 16. Fort Worth Arlington Heights. 17. Seguin. 18. Richmond Foster. 19. Gregory-Portland. 20. Amarillo. 21. Manvel. 22. Crosby.  23. Lubbock Cooper. 24. San Antonio Highlands. 25. Frisco Reedy.



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