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The Big Spring Lady Steers remained undefeated in district play, defeating Snyder in Steer Gym in three identical 25-14 matches.
Despite dropping from number nine to nineteen in the the latest Texas coaches poll, the Lady Steers remain a tough challenge for any opponent and their play continues to improve from week to week.
Setters Morgan Seaton and Cerbi Ritchey continue to lead the team in assists and kills. Against Snyder, Ritchey had 15 of each, while Seaton put up 16 assists and nine kills. The two girls had 10 digs apiece, while Cerbi added three aces and three blocks to the stat sheet as well.
Taylor Seaton and Diamond Mayes continue the pressure offensively, as they combined for 10 kills, nine blocks and three digs.
Defensively, Carson Reibe still ranks number one with her 16 digs against Snyder, along with a kill and an ace. Clara Benavides had nine digs, two kills, two assists, an ace and a block, while Logan Yarbar also had eight digs for the Lady Steers in the win Tuesday night.
Additional stats for Big Spring included Haley Dimidjian with two kills and two digs, Kelsie Guinn with one dig and Julianna Rodriquez with three digs.
The 26-9 (2-0 in district) Lady Steers will play Colorado City Friday evening at the junior high gym in Big Spring. The game is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. The JV and freshman games for Friday have been cancelled to accommodate Big Spring homecoming activities.
Against Snyder, the freshman and JV teams fell Tuesday night in Big Spring. The scores of the JV game were 19-25, 25-23 and 20-25, while the freshman scores were 22-25 and 20-25.View more articles in: