Weatherford Democrat


October 31, 2013

Five Parker County volleyball teams headed to postseason

Area volleyball — final district standings

Staff Report

District volleyball schedules concluding on Tuesday, with five Parker County teams earning postseason slots. There were two undefeated district champs, one team sharing a district title, a district runner-up and a shared third-place finisher.

 Aledo finished in a tie with Granbury for the District 7-4A title, winning a coin flip to assume the top seed. 

Springtown beat Kennedale Tuesday to conclude its perfect title run (10-0) in District 6-3A. The Lady Porcupines will host Sanger on Friday in a warm-up match.

Brock also swept its District 9-2A slate (10-0) for the outright championship. The Lady Eagles begin their playoff run on Monday, meeting Whitney in a Region II bi-district match to be held at Tarleton State University in Stephenville.

Also in District 9-2A, Peaster finished league play tied with Boyd and will assume the fourth seed. The Lady Hounds will face Godley in a bi-district match at a time and place to be announced.

  With a second-place finish in District 8-1A, the Poolville Lady Monarchs volleyball team is also headed for postseason play. Poolville compiled a 8-2 record to earn the runner-up slot, and will play either Petrolia or Electra on Monday at Bowie High School. First serve is set for 7 p.m. The Lady Monarchs will stay tuned up with a warm-up match against Forestburg on Friday. Poolville will host the match, which starts at 4:30 p.m.


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