Volleyball Roundup: How area teams fared in first tournaments



Claire Vyvlecka

Claire Vyvlecka

The weekend marked the beginning of tournament play for area volleyball teams.

Here’s how they fared over the weekend.

Jourdanton

The Jourdanton Squaws ran into tough competition at the Corpus Christi Spikefest over the weekend.

Jourdanton dropped their first three matches of the tournament to Corpus Christi Carroll (12-25, 21-25), Rockport-Fulton (25-23, 8-25, 21-25) and Gregory-Portland (4-25, 4-25).

On Saturday, the Squaws fell in straight sets to Callalen (17-25, 20-25) before rebounding with a win over Carroll in straight sets (25-11, 25-9). They would fall in their final match of the tournament against George West (25-19, 22-25, 12-25).

Jourdanton (1-6) will travel to Poth for dual matches with New Braunfels Christian and Poth on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.

Charlotte

The Charlotte Trojanettes didn’t let a slow start keep them from posting a 3-1 record at the Pettus Tournament on Saturday.

Charlotte fell to Annapolis in their first match (21-25, 19- 25). They then rattled off two wins over Victory Christian Academy (25-7, 25-12) and Austwell-Tivoli (25-23, 25-14). They closed the tournament with another win over Austwell-Tivoli (25-23, 25-15) to finish the tournament 3-1.

McMullen

The McMullen Cowgirls started the Freer tournament well with wins against Natalia (25-8, 25-10) and Kingsville King (25-18, 24-26, 15-9) bookending a loss to Refugio (15-25, 15-25) on Friday.

The Cowgirls would then drop their three matches on Saturday to King (21-25, 25-18, 7-15), Santa Gertrudis Academy (8-25, 9-25) and Pearsall ( 18-25, 22-25).

McMullen (2-6) hosted San Antonio Stacey this Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. for their home opener.

Poteet

The Poteet Lady Aggies opened their 2019 campaign with four losses at the Harlandale Tournament over the weekend.

Poteet opened the tournament on Friday with losses to San Antonio Holmes (14-25, 13-25) and Fox Tech (16-25, 25-17, 19-25). On Saturday, they lost to Providence (21-25, 18-25) and Laredo Nixon (13-25, 25-21, 11-25).

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