Tuesday brings another busy night of volleyball around Lubbock and beyond, with two key TAPPS showdowns headlining the schedule.
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ADDISON -- Lubbock Christian got pushed for the second week in a row on Friday, but this time the Eagles pushed back earlier and more thoroughly in a TAPPS District 1-4A opener at Tom Landry Stadium.
MIDLAND -- Lubbock Christian bounced back from a setback earlier in the week to barrel past Midland Trinity 25-15, 25-12, 25-16 on Saturday – a victory that secures a TAPPS playoff spot.
The rivalry between Trinity Christian and Lubbock Christian was in full force on Tuesday night.
The Eagles faced their toughest test of the season at Tulia and found a way to pass with flying colors in a 20-13 victory to remain undefeated.
District season kicks in this week for the city's other 11-man teams not in District 2-5A Division I. Who is in the best position to win a district crown over the next few weeks?
Lubbock Christian opened TAPPS District 1-4A action in impressive fashion on Saturday, rolling past Midland Trinity 25-20, 25-12, 25-11.
Monterey spread the wealth and began the second half of District 3-5A play in very similar fashion in a victory at Lubbock High on Tuesday.
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With the arrival of October, the volleyball season hits a new gear with district play on tap for all the remaining Hub City teams and a busy Tuesday schedule reflects that.
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AMARILLO -- Randall has been on a roll the entire 2019 season and Monterey didn’t have a method to slow that down on Saturday.
With TAPPS district play about to commence for the city’s five parochial schools, final tuneups are a valuable barometer.
Frenship jumps into the next and arguably most important phase of the regular season on Tuesday when District 2-6A play get off the ground.
Offense steals the headlines, but the best teams win because they have the ability to stop the other guy. Through 4 weeks, whose defense has been the stingiest in the Hub City?
Braxley Oaks turned in a big performance to help Lubbock Christian notch a four-set victory over Idalou on Tuesday. The Lady Eagles outlasted the Lady Wildcats 25-21, 17-25, 25-12, 25-10.
Three frontrunners have emerged in the early stages of the 2019 District 3-5A season, with Monterey, Amarillo High and Randall all unbeaten after the first few weeks.
Jermiah Dobbins set a goal before the season, one that is going to require a lot of work to reach.
Volleyball moves back onto center stage Tuesday, with a matchup of two District 3-5A teams hungry for a league victory and Frenship seeking to continue its surge in another tuneup for District 2-6A action.