Lady Dogs taking a break

Preparing for district opener at Milano next week


Kailey Cargill worked for 28 kills and 57 digs in the Rockdale Tournament. Kailey Cargill worked for 28 kills and 57 digs in the Rockdale Tournament. THORNDALE—The Thorndale Lady Dogs are taking this week off in preparation to start District 16A action next week.

They will travel to Milano on Tuesday, Sept. 10.

Over the weekend, the Lady Dogs (4-11) participated in the Rockdale tournament.

During pool play on Thursday, the Lady Dogs lost to Rogers (18-25, 20-25) and host Rockdale (25-12, 15-25, 17-25), but then defeated Georgetown Gateway College Prep (25-10, 14-25, 25-16).

The Lady Dogs opened up bracket play on Saturday with three set loss to Cameron (25-19, 17-25, 15-25). They then defeated district foe Granger in three games (25-19, 20-25, 25-21).

They were knocked out of the tourney with a three set loss to Lampasas (23-25, 25-21, 23-25).

During tourney play, junior Emily Churchman led Thorndale with 53 kills, 13 aces and 77 digs, with and setter Kamryn Holder putting up 97 assists and 14 kills. Kailey Cargill added 28 kills, three solo blocks and 57 digs, with Savannah Driver pounding 26 kills and nine digs.

Emily Garza pulled the trigger on 20 kills and 46 digs. Madison Kroop had 10 aces and seven kills, with Meagan Cuba and Shelby Anders pulling out 29 digs each.


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