HS Volleyball: District 13-6A Week One Recap
THE WOODLANDS, TX -- District play began for the volleyball teams of District 13-6A on Tuesday, the 21st, after a long stretch of tournaments and out-of-district opponents.
Woodlands vs. Oak Ridge
8/22/23 - Oak Ridge High School
The Woodlands Lady Highlanders arrived at Oak Ridge and were welcomed by an energetic War Eagle crowd on Tuesday.
The match was back and forth the whole way through with both teams claiming one set apiece through the first two.
Offense would become the key to success for The Woodlands as they rode stellar outside hitting to ultimately claim the match 3-1 after a final set that saw 11 ties.
Caney Creek vs. Conroe
8/22/23 - Conroe High School
Conroe would host Caney Creek to begin each team’s run in district play.
In Conroe’s first district game under new Head Coach Keandra McCardell, the team did not skip a beat in claiming its first win.
The Tigers would claim the opening set with an impressive score of 25-9 and would never look back, winning in straight sets. The Tigers would win each set of the match by no less than six points.
College Park vs. Grand Oaks
8/22/23 - Grand Oaks High School
The hottest team in the district, Grand Oaks, welcomed the College Park Lady Cavaliers in a highly anticipated district opener.
Despite their opponents only two sets before the match, the Lady Cavs played with ferocity all throughout with Grand Oaks only winning sets by five points or less.
The Grizzlies’ scoring would become too much for the Cavs to handle down the stretch allowing Grand Oaks to walk away with the win in straight sets.
Willis vs. New Caney
8/22/23 - New Caney High School
Willis and New Caney would battle in a district opener that would be farther than the score would indicate.
Willis opened the match with a seven-point win in the first set but could not continue their forward momentum into the second as New Caney would even it up at 1-1.
The next two matches would end up in lopsided victories favoring the Wildkats as New Caney could not muster more than 20 points combined allowing the Wildkats to bring home a 3-1 district win.