Prosper volleyball remains undefeated in district; Rock Hill gets another district win
The Prosper Eagles maintained their unbeaten district record at the top of District 5-6A when they defeated Allen on Oct. 6.
The Eagles swept Allen 3-0 with set scores 25-17, 25-14 and 25-12. Prosper is tied at the top of the district with McKinney Boyd a 4-0 record.
Top performers for the outing were Callie Kiefer with 16 assists and four digs, Jazzlyn Ford with 13 assists and nine digs, Bailey Birmingham added eight kills and three blocks and Nikki Steinheiser got seven kills and eight digs.
On Oct. 9, the Eagles continued their run through District 5-6A with a 3-0 sweep of McKinney High. Set scores were 25-13, 25-15 and 25-17.
Prosper was led by Kieffer with three aces and 18 assists, Ford had 22 assists and three digs and Birmingham got 11 kills and four digs.
The Eagles are set for a showdown match on Oct. 13 against the other undefeated district opponent, McKinney Boyd.
Rock Hill ran up against a very tough opponent on Oct. 6 as they got swept by district leading McKinney North 0-3. Set scores were 13-25, 12-25 and 7-25.
McKinney North and Lovejoy both 3-0 are sitting at the top of District 10-5A, and the Colony is right behind at 2-1. Four teams are sitting at 1-2 including Rock Hill, Wylie East, Princeton and Sherman in a battle for the district's fourth spot.
On Oct. 9, the Blue Hawks moved to 2-2 in district with a win over Wylie East. Rock Hill got the 3-1 win over the Raiders. Set scores were 25-18, 20-25, 25-13 and 25-23.
Seniors Jenna Curran and Montana Crumbaugh dominated the net with 11 and 12 kills, respectively, as setters Kendall Rench and Hiya Bhatte added 27 and 21 assists.
Crumbaugh handled the backcourt, adding 19 digs while junior Willo Hawkins added 15 digs for the night.
Rock Hill volleyball is set to travel north to Denison on Oct. 13 at 6 pm.
The Blue Hawks are looking to try to solidify themselves into the number three or four spot in District 10-5A with a win over Denison. The Yellowjackets fell 0-3 to McKinney North on Oct. 9.