Lady Tigers head into second round of district

Third playoff spot still up for grabs between four teams


Emily McCoy recorded 11 assists in the Lady Tigers’ loss to district front-runner College Station. 
Reporter/Cliff Dungan Emily McCoy recorded 11 assists in the Lady Tigers’ loss to district front-runner College Station. Reporter/Cliff Dungan The Rockdale Lady Tigers dropped a pair of matches in District 18-3A play last week to drop to 8-17 overall and 1-5 in league play.

Tuesday night, the Lady Tigers dropped a hard fought battle in five sets at home to Navasota, 10-26, 17-25, 24-23, 26-25, 15-11 after leaping out to a 2-set advantage.

Middle blocker Shelby Evans pounded out 20 kills to go along with seven digs, seven blocks and three asssists.

Evans was complemented by Lisa Vest’s 11 kills and Amanda Boyd’s 21 assists and two aces, Morgan Fischer’s 19 digs, Morgan Laughlin’s 15 digs, Emily McCoy’s 14 assists and Haley Wright’s 11 digs.

In Rockdale’s straight set, 25-19, 25-20, 25-17, loss to unbeaten district front runner College Station (22-11, 6-0), Evans logged 12 kills, 14 digs and two service aces.

Libero Fischer added 12 digs and Boyd 11 assists.

The Lady Tigers ttry to gain some ground by traveling to Taylor Friday and hosting second place Caldwell on Tuesday.

18-3A volleyball

District Season
WL WL
CollegeStation60 2211
Caldwell 51 178
Navasota24 825
Madisonville24 1316
Rockdale15 817
Taylor 15628


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