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TGCA Sports Polls
 
Remember no class 1A this season for volleyball

2014 TEXAS GIRLS COACHES ASSOCIATION
STATE VOLLEYBALL POLL

September 29, 2014

 
    Class 2A
     
  1. Iola (27-1)
  2. Schulenburg (27-8)
  3. Lindsay (25-3)
  4. Beckville (24-4)
  5. Thrall (26-4)
  6.

McMullen County (22-2)

  7. Crawford (21-14)
  8. Evadale (20-4)
  9. Windthorst (21-10)
  10. Avery (21-4)
  11. Gary (19-7)
  12. Milano (20-5)
  13. Sterling City (21-8)
  14. Frost (21-4)
  15. Abbott (19-5)
  16. Van Horn (23-8)
  17. Bronte (17-11)
  18. D’Hanis (17-11)
  19. Aspermont (20-8)
  20. Brackett (19-7)
  21. Wortham (19-12)
  22. Fort Elliott (14-11)
  23. Snook (16-6)
  24. Valley Mills (17-12)
  25t. Poolville (17-11)
  25t. Flatonia (16-14)
  Comments: Iola beat Centerville and Lovelady to improve to 5-0 in district and 27-1.  Crawford moves up the poll after beating Abbott 25-7, 25-20, 25-15 then swept Kopperl to improve to 5-0 in district play.   Milano is 6-0 in district play after crushing Bartlett.  Milano and Thrall are on a headlong run into each other in district play.  Evadale swept Lamarque Premier and Hull Daisetta to improve to 20-4 overall without having lost a set in district play. Frost won twice sweeping both Dallas Gateway and Fort Worth Harmony.  Forestburg fell to 16-11 overall.  Sterling City dropped a match to 3A Grape Creek but beat Miles to win their district opener.  Schulenburg bageled Prairie Lea 25-0 then won 13 and 13 before beating Waelder 4, 3 and 6.
 
  Class 3A
     
  1. Brock (26-4)
  2. Gunter (27-4)
  3. Jewett Leon (28-4)
  4. Peaster (24-6)
  5. Shallowater (22-5)
  6. Denver City (20-6)
  7. Glen Rose (26-5)
  8. Blanco (25-7)
  9. Arp (20-9)
  10. Leonard (22-5)
  11. Commerce (22-7)
  12. Wallis Brazos (22-8)
  13. Palacios (22-4)
  14. East Bernard (23-12)
  15. Alba-Golden (19-10)
  16. White Oak (19-8)
  17. Poth (23-14)
  18. Farmersville (19-4)
  19. Goliad (20-4)
  20. Paris Chisum (21-8)
  21. Queen City (22-7)
  22. Comfort (20-9)
  23. Winona (19-11)
  24. West (23-10)
  25t. Salado (17-8)
  25t. Troup (16-11)
  25t. Callisburg (18-7)
  25t. Woodville (18-4)
  25t. Maypearl (17-9)
  25t. Natalia (18-6)
  Comments: Alba Golden beat Winona in district play while Brock and Jewett Leon keep winning.  Leon fell out after failing to report but concerned folks have me construct the record and the cougars are back in the mix on the top of the polls. 
 
  Class 4A
     
  1. Bushland (26-4)
  2. Decatur (21-9)
  3. Little Cypress Mauriceville (28-4)
  4. Huffman Hargrave (26-2)
  5. Longview Spring Hill (24-3)
  6. Wimberley (26-8)
  7. Columbus (27-8)
  8. Fredericksburg (26-10)
  9. Seminole (24-5)
  10. Argyle (23-6)
  11. LaGrange (23-9)
  12. Caldwell (25-4)
  13. Robinson (26-9)
  14. Gatesville (24-6)
  15. Bonham (19-7)
  16. Quinlan Ford (20-5)
  17. Godley (18-9)
  18. Melissa (20-7)
  19. Port Isabel (17-8)
  20. Canyon Lake (24-8)
  21. Rains (23-6)
  22. Bellville (25-9)
  23. Paris North Lamar (23-8)
  24. Borger (24-7)
  25t. Sealy (21-5)
  25t. Celina (20-10)
  25t. Van (23-9)
  25t. Devine (18-9)
  Comments: Little Cypress Mauriceville won their sixteenth straight match without losing a set when they beat Bridge city in three. Canyon Lake has won ten in a row while Robinson bounded Gatesville after losing to liberty Hill.  LaGrange beat Caldwell in a tough contest.  The Battling Billies of Fredericksburg swept Brownwood and Bandera to remain unbeaten in district play.  Bonham beat both Lamar and Princeton to improve to 19-7 overall.  Melissa swept Anna 15, 10 and 11 to open district play.
 
  Class 5A
     
  1. Frisco Centennial (30-2)
  2. Alamo Heights (28-5)
  3. Aledo (25-7)
  4. Dripping Springs (30-6)
  5. Rockwall Heath (26-6)
  6. Hallsville (25-1)
  7. Lovejoy (24-8)
  8. Frisco (23-4)
  9. Waxahachie (24-9)
  10. Ann Richards School (24-5)
  11. Granbury (22-8)
  12. Canyon Randall (23-6)
  13. Calallen (26-5)
  14. El Paso (24-6)
  15. Kerrville Tivy (22-9)
  16. Prosper (21-9)
  17. Cedar Park (22-10)
  18. Wylie (22-10)
  19. Huntsville (22-5)
  20. Bryan Rudder (24-8)
  21. Lake Dallas (22-8)
  22. Georgetown (21-13)
  23.

Victoria West (18-11)

  24. Granbury 22-8
  25t. Boswell (24-8)
  25t. El Paso Chapin (18-12)
  Comments: A little shuffle on top, I like Hallsville with their ball control but missing a couple of big hitters drops them out of the top five. Hallsville swept Mount Pleasant 20, 23, 13 while Pine Tree beat Longview.  Tivy is 7-=1 in district play after beating Seguin and Kennedy.  Tivy’s Kendall Bosse is leading the district in total kills. Prosper swept Sherman as Ashtyn Richey had 11 kills and seven blocks.  Calallen has won 11 of 12 to improve to 26-5.  Rudder blasted Caney Creek 4, 12 and 10 as Allison Vaughn had 30 assists.  Frisco Centennial thrashed The Colony 14, 16 and 10. 16.   Alamo Heights remained unbeaten in district by sweeping Lockhart. Out in the West Texas town of El Paso, Coronado shocked Franklin in five going 15-13 in the fifth set.
 
  Class 6A
     
  1. Amarillo (31-6)
  2. Southlake Carroll (33-1)
  3. Austin Westlake (30-4)
  4. The Woodlands (24-2)
  5. Clear Creek (29-4)
  6. San Antonio O’Connor (36-4)
  7. San Antonio Churchill (27-6)
  8. Colleyville Heritage (26-9)
  9. Pflugerville Hendrickson (23-7)
  10. Pearland (30-6)
  11. El Paso Coronado (21-3)
  12. Austin Bowie (28-6)
  13. Lubbock Coronado (21-8)
  14. Richardson Pearce (25-9)
  15. Coppell (27-8)
  16. San Angelo Central (28-5)
  17. McAllen Rowe (26-4)
  18. Midland (22-4)
  19. El Paso Franklin (24-9)
  20. Katy Cinco Ranch (21-6)
  21. Waco Midway (25-7)
  22. Alvin (24-8)
  23. Euless Trinity (24-6)
  24. McAllen Memorial (27-7)
  25t. Copperas Cove (28-9)
  25t. Boyd (26-8)
  25t. Hebron (22-10)
  Comments:  In matches of greatest interest, Amarillo beat Lubbock Coronado and the Woodlands beat Oak Ridge.  The Alamo City duo of O’Connor (sweep of Stevens) and Churchill (sweep pf Roosevelt) both won while Clear Creek swept Clear Springs 23, 18 and 16. In other action, Hendrickson beat McNeil and Heritage beat Trinity.  Coppell beat Bell and Hebron edged McKinney Boyd.
 

VOLLEYBALL CAREER VICTORIES
Coaching Wins through 2012
(Please send your updates to Butch Hart at ejhartvb@yahoo.com.)

New Update: The coaches winning records has been very well received although we need to update at the end of the 2013 season.  There has been interest in compiling career records by classification for kills, digs, assists, aces and blocks.  Please email me if you would like to see that feature next season.  Regards  ejhartvb@yahoo.com.

Last Name First Name School(s) Victories
Comeaux Barbara Port Neches Groves
1108
Evans Billy Bob Jewett Leon
1079
Barker Jan Amarillo
916
Browning Patty & Tippy Lamesa
913
Valdez Flo El Paso Franklin, Roswell NM, Hobbs NM
878
Brewer Susan Bellville
862
Nygrin Tanya Round Top-Carmine, Palacios
838
Stanfield Arthur Red Oak, Southlake Carroll, Grand Prairie
821
Powers Chuck Eustace
794
Richter Linda Cameron Yoe
771
Griffin Vickie L. D. Bell
754
Rigden Ann LaGrange
725
Wilson Jack Dumas
713
Turner John Pearland, Baytown Lee, Channelview
691
Nelson Janiece Hutto
682
Carter Mike SA Randolph, SA Holmes, SA Reagan
676
Musick Carolee White Oak, Longview Pine Tree
632
Zenner Patti Poth, Woodsboro
621
Godwin Linda Longview Pine Tree, Tyler Chapell Hill
620
Kitten Brenda Hereford
618
Bozarth Connie Bronte, Seguin, San Angelo Lake View, San Angelo Central
614
Kolafa Deena Wallis Brazos
604
Lowry Cari Copperas Cove
602
Gerlich Robin LaVernia, SA Holmes, SA Churchill, Seguin, New Braunfels
591
Cox Donna Hull-Daisetta
579
Fausett Sandy Waxahachie, Greenville, Highland Park
576
Fowler Phyllis New Braunfels, Geronimo Navarro
562
Grisham Lee Wimberley, San Antonio Cole
559
Hultgren Jo Ann Converse Judson, San Antonio Churchill
559
Metzger Fran Granbury, Stephenville
549
Thornton Dana Silsbee
549
Lisewsky Lisa Mesquite Poteet
542
Berry Jo Ann Madisonville, Boling, Needville
526
Lee Melissa Texarkana Pleasant Grove, Tyler Lee
524
Reeves Cathy Channelview
518
Barganier Linda Troy, Little River Academy
503
Goings Kathy Aledo
500
Stephenson Kathy Houston Cypress Falls
500
Castino Vicki Lite Cypress-Mauriceville
493
Johnson Denise Tarkington
493
Woods Becky Los Fresnos
493
Kirst Melinda Lockhart, Smithson Valley, SA Clark, St. Joseph, Victoria, Memorial, San Marcos Baptist
477
Deerman Michael Dallas Highland Park
475
Willis Beth Mansfield Timberview, Abilene Cooper
468
Carrillo Martina Tilden McMullen County, Monahans, Taft, Cuero, Freer
462
Wolf Stacy Windthorst
446
Bloodworth Rhonda Columbus, Flatonia, Weimar
425
King Wendy Milano
415
Barker Leven Carthage, Crockett, Mexia, Pine Tree
414
Pierce Didi Abilene
407
Oberle Clark Petrolia, Argyle
380
Helmer Merle Riverside
361
Davis Harold Farmersville, Snyder, Perryton
353
Black John Crane, Boling Salado
325
Oats Brandon Pattonville Prairiland
317
Coward Jeff Dripping Springs, Pflugerville
315
Jackson Doug Fort Stockton, Corrigan-Camden, Rusk, Edgewood, Brock, Azle, Ursuline, First Baptist
300
Madison Leslie The Woodlands
300

 

 

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