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Area volleyball teams in district play

 

October 7, 2014

Lady Rattlers seventh grader Jasmine Jones jumps to block the kill from the Lady Lions middle hitter during Saturday match up against Santa Rosa. The Lady Rattlers won the match up in two sets.

link Lady Rattlers seventh grader Jasmine Jones jumps to block the kill from the Lady Lions middle hitter during Saturday match up against Santa Rosa. The Lady Rattlers won the match up in two sets.

QCS Staff

The (6-7) (0-1) Tucumcari Rattlers will be seeking their first district win Thursday against the (0-10) Lady Tigers at Raton.

The Lady Rattlers made some great progress and played tough at the Santa Fe Indian tournament this last weekend, said Lawrence Sena, Lady Rattlers head coach.

Sena said the team got to play against some tough teams including Taos and the Lady Tigers during the tournament. He said the team has been able to work on their passes to change their game into more of an aggressive offensive attack.

“We are not just going to be waiting on defense for these teams, we are setting our selves up to attack and be the aggressor in these matches.”

Game Time: 6 p.m., Thursday at Raton

The (12-2) Logan Lady Longhorns lost their first district match to the Melrose Lady Buffaloes Saturday at Melrose.

This marks the second time the Lady Buffaloes have beaten the otherwise perfect Lady Longhorns this season.

The Lady Longhorns will face the Fort Sumner Vixens for their second district match at 4:30 p.m., Thursday at Logan.

The (0-6) (0-2) San Jon Lady Coyotes are seeking their first district win against the (7-4)(1-3) Grady Lady Bronchos at 5:30 p.m., on Oct. 14 at San Jon.

The (1-6) (0-2) House Cowgirls will play the (0-5) (0-0) Clovis Christian Eagles in a district match up at 4:30 p.m., Thursday at Clovis Christian.

 

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