Texas Girls Coaches Association

Volleyball State Polls


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Congratulations:
Merle Heimer of El Paso Riverside has notched win number 409 through the end of 2015.  Heimer has guided his Randers to a 6-1 district mark in District 2-5A.
Dawn Stewart of Longview Spring Hill has notched 199 wins through last season.

Weekly Comments
Conroe Oak Ridge beat The Woodlands in five sets to halt the Highlanders fifty match home winning streak while Liberty Hill avenged their only district loss in their last 44 matches by sweeping Salado.

Southlake Carroll turned the tables on Lewisville Hebron and won after losing two weeks earlier while Clear Creek won for the fifteen time in sixteen matches (only a loss to unbeaten Oak Ridge is a blemish on that streak).

Bushland is 28-3 after winning their 16th straight contest.  Amarillo Highland Park is also playing well out West and one of the toughest districts anywhere remains in district 3-5A where Canyon Randall and Amarillo top a district that includes Canyon, Dumas, Hereford and Plainview.

Denison swept Sherman but lost in four to Wichita Falls Rider.  Denton is 2-0 in district play.  Boswell beat Aledo who sept northwest as district action heats up toward North Texas.

Silsbee is 23-3 after beating Evadale 25-10, 25-21, 20-25, 20-25, 15-11 then Hardin Jeffers in three, 14, 16, 18 and West Orange Stare in five with the fifth set going at 15-4.  Stephenville edged Godley in four sets to remain in second in district behind Glen Rose.  The Honeybees were swept by Glen rose who also beat Midlothian heritage to improve to 27-3.  Glen Rose is one of the smallest schools in that classification.

Iola beat Lovelady 25-9, 25-4, 25-8 after sweep Centerville to remain at just a single loss on the season.

Prosper swept Little Elm while Amarillo swept Canyon Randall in a West Texas showdown of epic important for district standings.  Dallas Highland Park has re-built themselves into number one in the Class 5A polls after sweeping Lovejoy.  The Scots were 43-7 in class 6a last year before losing in third round playoffs to Oak Ridge and graduated seven seniors including five starters but they are playing at a high level now.

Milano is 24-6 and 5-0 in district after losing only one set (to Thrall) in the five matches.  Winona is 19-10 overall and 5-0 in district play including a 25-13, 25-11, 25-10 win over Troup.  Rains is 24-7 after sweeping Brownsboro 15, 6, 21 as Charlotte Bradshaw had 24 kills in the victory.

Needville is 26-5 and first in 25-4A while East Bernard is 24-8 and leads 24-3A.  Schulenburg improved to 18-12 and 5-0 by sweeping Luling and Yoakum

Pearland Dawson handed Pearland their first district defeat 19-25, 25-17, 25-11, 25-23 Boswell is healthy and playing well including a sweep of Azle.  Laredo Alexander is leading that area of the state with a 32-2 record while McAllen Memorial swept McAllen High to take top spot in the Valley.

Colleyville Heritage laid the smack on Fort Worth Poly 25-3, 25-4, 25-5 then beat Dunbar in straight sets. 

Austin Bowie, Austin Anderson and San Marcos all opened district play Friday night with victories in the Austin area while McCallum beat Crockett to take over first place in 25-5A with Crockett falling into a tie with Ann Richards School.

San Antonio Reagan is 28-4 on the season after an unusual lapse in the Volleypalooza tournament, the Rattlers are rolling led by Ellisa Barbosa who has 332 kills on season.  San Antonio Brennan is 26-10 overall playing in a tough district with Brandeis and Clark

Way out West, Flo Valdez’s   El Paso Franklin Cougars swept Socorro 25-7, 25-17, 25-16.

Northeast Texas saw Paris North Lamar improve to 21-6 by beating Pittsburg to open district play.  Texarkana Pleasant Grove swept Prairieland Pattonville 25-12, 25-16, 25-10 as Britton Anderson had 14 kills then swept Liberty Eylau 12, 14, 17 to improve to 22-5

McKinney Boyd lost in district to Allen, 25-9, 25-20, 18-25 and 25-13 then rebounded to defeat a talented Plano West squad 25-17, 16-25, 28-26, 25-13

Down in Central Texas, Westwood’s Paige Etherington went over 1,100 assists on the season as the Warriors beat Stony Point. Volleyball round one went to home team Rouse (28-7, 8-0) defeated visiting Cedar Park (27-10, 7-1) 25-23, 25-17, 17-25, 25-13.

e’Lan McCall had 18 kills and 16 digs for Rouse while Ava Bell had 11 kills and six blocks.  Setter Kaleigh Skopal had 50 assists.  Freshman Grayson Schirpik 11 kills, hit. 381 and contributed 11 digs. Vanessa Vozza had ten kills for Cedar Park to go with six blocks by Emily Friday and 26 assists with 12 digs by Lindsey Ledyard.

Vandegrift (31-7, 4-1) lost 12 time defending district champion Westlake (25-11, 4-0) 25-21, 25-22, 25-21   Simone Priebe had 11 kills and 14 digs for the Vipers while Effie Zielinski added 11 kills while hitting .391 and Katarina Mendez collected seven kills.  Westlake was led by Madi Baptiste who had 12 kills and 6-4 middle blocker Holly Campbell who had six blocked shots.  Setter Riley Haralson had 18 assists and Gabbi Martinez 19 digs for the Chaps.

Vista Ridge beat Lehman 25-18, 25-10, and 25-14 as Ella Lofton and Lauren Mcmillan had seven kills each while Hannah Lerma had 20 assists and Paige Wallace had 12 digs. 

First year school Leander Tom Glenn doubled their pleasure as the Grizzlies swept Lampasas 25-20, 25-13, 25-13 as Sydney Carvajal slammed 12 kills and freshman Gabby Thomas added 11 kills for the Grizzlies.  Glenn has only freshmen and sophomores on their varsity squad and competes in a full varsity program.

We will continue to publish updates and scores each week.  Coaches, officials, parents and players are all invited to submit scores and highlights as well as records updates.  Please include your school classification and district with the updates (Round Rock 13-6A)

Please note with nearly 1,500 schools playing volleyball, I do not mean to overlook your school so your input is always appreciated.

Let’s have a great year.

Butch Hart, Editor in Chief
ejhartvb@yahoo.com
TGCA Sports Polls

Congratulations to the 2015 State Champions
1A   Round Top-Carmine
2A   Iola
3A   Jewett Leon
4A   Argyle
5A   Dripping Springs
6A   Lewisville Hebron

2016 TEXAS GIRLS COACHES ASSOCIATION
STATE VOLLEYBALL POLL

September 26, 2016

 
    Class 1A-2A
     
  1 . Iola
  2 . Archer City
  3. Wolfe City
  4. Deweyville
  5. Bronte
  6. Burton
  7. Milano
  8. Leverett's Chapel
  9. Lindsay
  10 Crawford
  11. Evadale
  12. Water Valley
  13. Sanford Fritch
  14. Benjamin
  15. Windthorst
  16. Round Top Carmine
  17. Hamilton
  18. Harper
  19. Dodd City
  20. Hawley
  21. Detroit
  22. Wink
  23. Harper
  24. Hico
  25t. Thrall
  25t. Shiner
  25t. Weimar
  25t. Post
  25t. Fort Hancock
 
  Class 3A
     
  1. Jewett Leon
  2. Goliad
  3. Peaster
  4. Beckville
  5. Shallowater
  6. Amarillo Highland Park
  7. White Oak
  8. Boyd
  9. Commerce
  10. Friona
  11. Vanderbilt Industrial
  12. East Bernard
  13. Quitman
  14 Winona
  15 Mt. Vernon
  16 Van Alstyne
  17 Monahans
  18 Schulenburg
  19 Troup
  20. Rogers
  21. Ponder
  22. Lago Vista
  23. Maypearl
  24. Jarrell
  25t. Comfort
  25t. Groesbeck
  25t. Franklin
  25t. Clyde
  25t. Sonora
  25t. Holliday
  25t. Crane
 
  Class 4A
     
  1. Krum
  2. Glen Rose
  3. Bushland
  4. Geronimo Navarro
  5. Rains
  6. Liberty Hill
  7. La Vernia
  8. Argyle
  9. Tarkington
  10. Carthage
  11. La Feria
  12. Denver City
  13. Silsbee
  14. Needville
  15. Texarkana Pleasant Grove
  16. Graham
  17. Devine
  18. Paris North Lamar
  19. Springtown
  20. Stephenville
  21. Giddings
  22. Midlothian Heritage
  23. Lorena
  24. Boerne
  25t. Columbus
  25t. Perryton
  25t. Godley
  25t. Levelland
  25t. Burkburnett
  25t. Caldwell
 
  Class 5A
     
  1. Dallas Highland Park
  2. Prosper
  3. Amarillo
  4. Rouse
  5. Boswell
  6. Frisco Wakeland
  7. Waxahachie
  8. Colleyville Heritage
  9. Lucas Lovejoy
  10. Canyon Randall
  11 Barbers Hill
  12. Cedar Park
  13. Dripping Springs
  14. Tuloso-Midway
  15. Kingwood Park
  16. Aledo
  17. Denton Ryan
  18. Mission Veterans Memorial
  19. El Paso Eastlake
  20. Denton
  21. Victoria West
  22. Grapevine
  23. Northwest
  24. Birdville
  25t. Western Hills
  25t. El Paso
  25t. Arlington Heights
  25t. Denison
  25t. El Paso Riverside
 
  Class 6A
     
  1. Waco Midway
  2. Conroe Oak Ridge
  3. Southlake Carroll
  4. Clear Creek
  5. Lewisville Hebron
  6. Round Rock Westwood
  7. Allen
  8. McKinney Boyd
  9. San Antonio Reagan
  10. El Paso Franklin
  11. New Braunfels
  12. Laredo Alexander
  13. Austin Westlake
  14. Pearland Dawson
  15. Austin Vandegrift
  16. Plano West
  17. El Paso Coronado
  18. The Woodlands
  19. San Antonio Brandeis
  20. Laredo United
  21. Austin Bowie
  22. Pearland
  23. San Antonio Brennan
  24. McAllen Memorial
  25t. Byron Nelson
  25t. Round Rock Cedar Ridge
  25t. Austin Lake Travis
 

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Career Coaching Victories.            
1179-  Comeaux, Barbara, Port Neches Groves.
1079- Evans, Billy Bob, Jewett Leon.
1056-  Barker, Jan, Amarillo.
913-    Browning, Patty & Tippy, Lamesa.
878-    Valdez, Flo, El Paso Franklin Roswell NM, and Hobbs NM.
877-    Brewer, Susan, Bellville.
838-    Nygrin, Tanya, Round Top-Carmine and Palacios.
830-    Powers, Charles, Eustace.
821-    Stanfield, Arthur, Red Oak Southlake Carroll Grand Prairie
800-    Carter, Mike, San Antonio Reagan, Randolph, Holmes.
794-    Powers, Chuck, Eustace
781-    Turner, John: Pearland, Channelview and Baytown Lee
771-    Richter, Linda, Cameron Yoe
754-    Griffin, Vickie, L.D. Bell
725-    Rigden, Ann, LaGrange
724-    Bozarth, Connie, Bronte, Seguin, San Angelo Lake View and San Angelo Central
713-    Wilson, Jack, Dumas
701-    Lowery, Cari, Copperas Cove and Springtown
694-    Gerlich, Robin, LaVernia, SA Holmes, SA Churchill, Seguin and New Braunfels
682-    Nelson, Janiece, Hutto
676-    Carter, Mike, SA Randolph SA Holmes SA Reagan
673-    Hultgren, Jo Ann, Converse Judson San Antonio Churchill
668-    Fowler, Phyllis, New Braunfels and Geronimo Navarro.
653-    Ruiz, Lupe, San Antonio Robert E. Lee
643-    Faussett, Sandy, Waxahachie, Highland Park and Greenville
643-    Bingham, Wanda, San Antonio Churchill
632-    Musick, Carolee, White Oak Longview Pine Tree
621-    Zenner, Patti, Poth Woodsboro
620-    Godwin, Linda, Longview Pine Tree Tyler Chapel Hill
618-    Kitten, Brenda, Hereford
612-    Goings, Kathy, Aledo
600-    Dearman, Michael, Dallas Highland Park.
588-    Cardenas, Sylvia, San Antonio Harlandale
578-    Cox, Donna, Hull-Daisetta
573-    Gombert, Liana, Smithson Valley, Boerne, and Katy.
573-    Lee, Melissa, Texarkana Pleasant Grove and Tyler Lee.
561-    Kane, Michael, Dripping Springs
559-    Grisham, Lee, Wimberley San Antonio Cole
549-    Metzger, Fran, Granbury Stephenville
549-    Thornton, Dana, Silsbee
542-    Lisewsky, Lisa, Mesquite Poteet
527-    Sanders, Heather, New Braunfels Canyon
526-    Berry, Joann, Madisonville Boling Needville
524-    Lee, Melissa, Texarkana Pleasant Grove Tyler Lee
518-    Reeves, Cathy, Channelview
515-    Wolf, Stacy, Windthorst
505-    Barker, Leven, Carthage
503-    Barganier, Linda, Troy Little River Academy
501-    King, Wendy, Milano
500-    Pierce, Didi, Abilene
500-    Stephenson, Kathy, Houston Cypress Falls
500-    Wilson, Tasha, Taft
500-    Pierce, Didi, Abilene and Groesbeck
493-    Cardona, Lupe, Calallen, Mathis, CC Ray and Veteran’s Memorial
493-    Castino, Vicki, Little Cypress-Mauriceville
493-    Johnson, Denise, Tarkington
493-    Woods, Becky, Los Fresnos
477-    Kirst, Melinda, Lockhart Smithson Valley SA Clark St. Joseph Victoria Memorial San Marcos Baptist
475-    Dearman, Michael, Dallas Highland Park
468-    Wills, Beth, Mansfield Timberview. Abilene Cooper
462-   Carrillo, Martina, Tilden McMullen County Monahans Taft Cuero Freer
451-   Oberle, Clark, Argyle and Petrolia
449-   Masse, Bryan, Friona
446-   Wolf, Stacy, Windthorst
427-   Davis, Harold, Farmersville, Perryton, Snyder and Canyon
425-   Bloodworth, Rhonda, Columbus, Flatonia and Weimar
423-   Masse, Bruce, Friona, Roswell, Capitan, Melrose and Tatum.
420-   David, Megan, Denver City
418-   Lamar, Gary, Fort Davis
414-   Barker, Leven, Carthage Crockett Mexia and Pine Tree
412-   Wilson, Diane, Eaton
410-   Wilson, Tasha, Taft
409-   Heimer, Merle, El Paso Riverside.
397-   Wilson, Diane, Grapevine
372-   Wood, Jim, Maypearl, Poolville, Cleburne, Gorman, Bonham, Clifton, Grandview, Burleson and Joshua.
361-   Helmer, Merle, Riverside
352-   Cavazos, Adrian, Edinburg North and Harlingen
341-   Talkington, Kim Rains
330-   Roemer, Jason, Fredericksburg,
327-   Jones, Chad, Amarillo Tascosa, Lubbock Coronado and Cedar Park.
325-   Black, John, Crane Boling Salado
317-   Oats, Brandon, Pattonville Prairieland
317-   Simonds, Scott, Clear Creek
315-   Coward, Jeff, Dripping Springs and Pflugerville
308-   Hollyfield, Debbie, Spurger and Evadale
307-   Zapalac, Don, Schulenburg.
305-   Langford, Sandy, Glen Rose and Nocona.
300-   Jackson, Doug, Fort Stockton, Corrigan-Camden, Rusk, Edgewood, Brock, Azle, Ursuline and First Baptist.
300-   Madison, Leslie, the Woodlands
281-   Mangum, Amy, Brownfield and Shallowater
261-   Grissom, Bethany, Thrall and Burnet.
251-   Langman, Jayson, Rockdale, Stony Point and Cedar Creek
199-   Stewart, Dawn, Longview Spring Hill, Texarkana Liberty Eylau, Hooks and Texarkana Arkansas.
191-   Allensworth, Jeff, Detroit
174-   Stewart, Jeremy, Mount Pleasant, Diboll, Jacksboro, Leverett’s Chapel and Tyler Chapel Hill.
162-   Hart, Susan, Round Rock Christian
111-   Jackson-Whatley, Kayla, Hallsville
100-   Miracle, Eric, Richardson

 

 

 

 

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