High school volleyball - Seguin, Navarro Tuesday recaps
Posted on 9/19/2018 7:20:00 AM.
Seguin volleyball pushes district record to 7-0 with sweep of Memorial
(San Antonio) - Seguin is one victory away from a perfect run through the first half of the District 26-5A volleyball schedule after a 3-0 road sweep of San Antonio-Memorial on Tuesday.

The Mats cruised through the first two sets 25-15, 25-12, and closed out the match with a 25-20 win in the third.

Kaitlyn Baker put away 10 kills to lead Seguin offensively. Julianna Harrington and Emmy Riordan each contributed six kills, Harrington came up with two blocks, and Riordan collected 11 digs.

Riley Brittain dished out 19 assists, while Savannah Luensmann totaled 11 assists and three aces.

Seguin is 7-0 in district play, 20-8 overall.

The Matadors finish up the first round of the 26-5A schedule Friday with a 6:15 p.m. match against San Antonio-Kennedy at Goldie Harris Gym.

Navarro handles Gonzales in 30-4A road win
(Gonzales) - Navarro extended its District 30-4A volleyball record to 4-0 Tuesday night with 3-0 win in Gonzales, 25-21, 25-23, and 25-17.

Kelly Helms paced the Panthers on the front row with eight kills and two blocks. Ashley Frederick and Sara Banner chipped in with six kills apiece. Benner set for 14 assists, and Kyndall Andrews added 11.

Carolyn Burch recorded 13 digs and shared the team lead in services aces with Ashley Gosch, sending three over the net.

Navarro (21-10, 4-0) hosts La Vernia this Friday at 6 p.m. at the Navarro Events Center in Geronimo.

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