(Dripping Springs) – Seguin volleyball finds itself in a three-way tie for second place with Kerrville-Tivy and Boerne-Champion in the final District 26-5A standings after dropping Tuesday’s road match to Dripping Springs 3-1 on the final night of the regular season., but the Matadors will still end up with the No. 2 playoff seed as a result of a points-based tiebreak procedure.
The Matadors (26-14), Tivy, and Champion are all 10-4 in district play and all split their head-to-head meetings with each other. The tiebreak procedure, based on points scored, gives Seguin the district's No. 2 seed in the UIL's 5A Region IV bracket.
Seguin dropped Tuesday's first set to Dripping Springs 25-11, but came back to win the second 25-17. The Tigers took the next two games 25-20, 25-16 to cap a perfect 14-0 run through district play en route to the outright 26-5A championshihp.
Abby Cheek led Seguin offensively with 20 kills, and Presley Carter added 11. Desiray Rodriguez recorded six kills and two solo blocks.
Megan Wilke set for 38 assists and contributed defensively with 10 digs. Kaylie Koenen came up with a team-high 17 digs, Cheek chipped in with 12, and Leandra Priestly added 10. The Matadors only served for two aces on the night, one each by Wilke and Koenen.
Seguin will face Austin-Ann Richards in the bi-district playoffs on Monday at Kyle-Lehman, with the opening serve slated for 7:30 p.m.