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Volleyball: Championship quests start this week for area teams
The Argyle Lady Eagles, the defending Class 4A state champions, take their first step in defending the crown when they face Dallas Pinkston at 5:30 p. m. at Addison’s Loos Sports Complex.
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Little Elm late touchdown spoils Lake Dallas playoff chances
But Lake Dallas kept responding, using a kick return to the Lobos’ 35-yard line to set up a 10-yard run by Charles Williams and a 25-yard touchdown pass from Sanders to Chris Slater on the inside post route with 1:11 left in the half.
Lady Falcons blanked in 14-5A opener
Newman Smith (3-4, 1-0 district) exploited that inexperience, breaking open a scoreless game when Wesley picked up a long pass into Lake Dallas territory and outran the Lady Falcon defense to create a one-on-one with the goalkeeper.
Raiders shine midway through win over Falcons
After a slow start saw the Raiders score only eight first-quarter points, senior point guard Javon Modester kicked his team into another gear with suffocating defense as he collected four of his six steals in a key stretch and scored 11 of his 17 points in the second frame. “Javon doesn’t know anything different than to play hard,” Ryan coach Bryce Overstreet said. “He’s consistent with what he does.
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Gray was a perfect 10-for-10 from the field in the first two quarters to lead the Lady Eagles to a 42-22 halftime lead, and Argyle coasted in the second half.
Sanders leads Lake Dallas to 42-14 win over Carrollton Creekview
Rushing — CC: Marquell Phillips 26-116, Nate Bady 7-20, Nick Green 3-4, Rocky Fraid 3--18, LD: Drew Sanders 19-176, Charles Williams 9-69, Darryl Minor 2-9, Adam Tipps 1--2, Team Stat 1--3, Brendan Contreras 2--3, Idsael Nava 5--4.
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Falcons fall short in battle of big plays
Rushing — LD: Darryl Minor 9-52, Idsael Nava 6-47, Ryan Depperschmidt 14-15, Charles Williams 4-11, Drew Sanders 2-11, TC: Kendrick Johnson 28-246, Jemel Jones Jr. 13-72, De’Undre Taylor 3-47, Andrew Nelson 1-6, Antonio Delacruz 1-5.