HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL: Cook powers Bowie to fifth

The Bowie High School volleyball team returned home Saturday evening from a successful weekend at the Nike ASC Tournament in Denton.
The Lady Rabbits won four of six matches, and improved to 4-3 overall on the season.
Bowie played a triangular on Tuesday evening against both Petrolia and Callisburg. Look in the weekend News for accounts from those games.
“It was a good weekend for us,” Bowie head coach Jeanie Stark said.
Addy Cook paced Bowie with 79 kills, 35 digs and five solo ace stuffs en route to being placed on the all-tournament team.
Taylor Thompson, now Bowie’s go-to setter, supplied 160 assists and 24 digs.
Other players also contributed to the Lady Rabbits’ success.
Karlyn Dean posted a team-best 25 solo ace blocks plus 19 kills and four ace serves.

Bowie competes at Glen Rose Tournament

Fresh off a strong performance at the ASC Tournament this past weekend, Bowie now travels to Glen Rose for a tournament starting on Aug. 19.
Sandy Langford, the former longtime Nocona head coach, will be administering this tournament.
Matches will be played best-of-3 to 25 points.
An all-tournament team will be named after the event.
This is Bowie’s second straight year to play in this event.
Here are the pools:
Pool A: Paradise, Eastern Hills, Keller Original junior varsity, All Saints Episcopal and Glen Rose.
Pool B: Clifton, Midlothian Heritage, Henrietta, Keene and De Leon.
Pool C: Bowie, China Spring, Waco La Vega, Joshua and Evant.
Pool D: Lorena, Springtown, Venus, Glen Rose JV and Hico.
Pool E: Weatherford, Waco University, Midlothian Heritage JV and Waxahachie Life.
Pool F: Burnet, Tolar, Comanche and Maypearl.
Matches will take place at both the high school and junior high school. Four gymnasiums will be in use.
Bowie will play China Spring at 8 a.m., then Evant at 10 a.m., Waco La Vega at noon and Joshua at 1 p.m.

Bowie’s Addy Cook was named to the ASC Nike Tournament all-tournament team last weekend. Cook and the Lady Rabbits play at the Glen Rose Tournament starting on Thursday. (News photo by Eric Viccaro)