GOLIAD - Goliad's Avery Zamzow will play volleyball as a preferred walk-on at Sam Houston State next season.
Morgan Lienemann dominated the competition as a member of the Victoria East volleyball team.
Yoakum's Lesley Seidenberger recently agreed to play for Victoria College in volleyball next season. Pictured with Seidenberger, seated, are, from left to right, Brent Kornegay, Yoakum Athletic Director; Alisha Boysen, Yoakum head volleyball coach; Mark Seidenberger, father; Ann Seidenberger, mother; Joshua Moore, VC head volleyball coach; and Dani Clowers, VC assistant volleyball coach.
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She used to play softball, but would jump out of the batter's box when other girls hurled the ball a little too close for comfort.
St. Joseph co-head volleyball coaches Allyson Griffin and Alvin Mumphord have been selected to coach in the Texas Lone Star Christian Network's All-Star Game on Dec. 15 at Houston St. Pius.
There is a first time for everything.
Victoria College will host the VC/Chick-fil-A High School All-Star Volleyball Game on Monday.
GARLAND - Unable to stay in sync offensively for any significant scoring runs, Schulenburg couldn't keep up with Brock in Saturday's Class 2A final at the UIL state volleyball tournament, played at Curtis Culwell Center.
GARLAND - Schulenburg head coach Donald Zapalac was relieved when recent history didn't repeat itself.
SAN ANTONIO - On Saturday morning the Schulenburg volleyball team punched its ticket to the 2A state tournament in Garland beginning Nov. 15 with a 3-1 victory over the defending 2A state champion Poth in Region 4-2A final in San Antonio.
SAN ANTONIO - As the match went on, the Victoria West Warriors got stronger, improved and were able to finish stronger against the Cedar Park Timberwolves.
SAN ANTONIO - For the Schulenburg Lady Horns, another season brought about yet another run to the regional tournament.
It would be inaccurate to consider Friday's regional semifinal contest a revenge match. But, best believe, the Victoria West volleyball team remembers who eliminated them from the playoffs last year.
WOODSBORO - The Edna Cowgirls are on their way to the Class 2A regional quarterfinals after beating Kingsville Academy in four games on Tuesday.