The Nocona Lady Indians hosted Jacksboro on Saturday at noon.
The Lady Indians took it to the Lady Tigers as they won in straight sets. Only the third set got a little hairy at the beginning, but Nocona won comfortably 25-13, 25-6 and 25-18.
Averee Kleinhans led the team with 18 kills. Ella Nunneley was second with 13 kills while setter Trystin Fenoglio had 32 assists. Laramie Hayes led the team with 11 digs.
The team came in with some heavy hearts still as Nocona supports Boyd after the recent tragic death of volleyball player Ashley Fout. The teams came together at the end to pray together in a show of support and Coach Tiffany Clay dedicated the game in her memory.
The Saint Jo Lady Panthers won a competitive game on Friday at Savoy.
The Lady Panthers won in four sets to the Lady Cardinals as they struggled to adapt to the slower pace.
After winning the first two sets by comfortable margins 25-14 and 25-19, Savoy came back strong to win the third set 26-24. Saint Jo had to pull out all the stops to win the fourth set 27-25 to win the match and avoid going to five sets.
Hannah Reylings and Paityn Holley led the team with 23 kills combined while Kaitline Harris led the team with 24 assists to help lead the attack.
The Prairie Valley Lady Bulldogs beat Community Christian School from Mineral Wells on Friday.
The Lady Bulldogs won in straight sets by a good margin 25-12, 25-6 and 25-16.
Emily Carpenter led the team with 13 kills and eight aces. Veronica Gutierrez led the team with 20 assists and Hailey Winkler had a team high 10 digs.
Prairie Valley next game starts off district play at Petrolia at 6 p.m. on Sept. 17.
To read the full story, pick up a copy of the mid-week edition of the Bowie News.