TGCA High School Volleyball Poll - 9/16

By: TGCA
By: TGCA

2013 TEXAS GIRLS COACHES ASSOCIATION
STATE VOLLEYBALL POLL
September 16, 2013

Class 1A

1. Jewett Leon 29-1
2. Miles 24-2
3. Iola 25-2
4. Windthorst 19-7
5. Round Top Carmine 15-11
6. Milano 19-4
7. Plains 19-8
8. Shiner 15-11
9. Lindsay 19-7
10. Harper 17-5
11. Forestburg 16-3
12. Leakey 19-7
13. Thrall 18-8
14. Yorktown 21-5
15. Weimar 18-8
Also: Wink, Water Valley, Normangee, Burton, Archer City, Avery, Bronte, Valley Mills, Evadale and Cayuga
Comments: Round Top-Carmine does not have one of the most impressive records in Class 1A as the Cubettes rarely, if ever, meet another 1A team until district. They generally take their losses and wins out of 4A and 5A Houston area opponents. Shiner beat Weimar in four; the Comanches are also one of that high loss team against much larger programs.

Class 2A

1. Crawford 29-2
2. Bushland 23-5
3. Schulenburg 24-2
4. Lago Vista 21-3
5. Godley 20-5
6. Franklin 17-5
7. Brock 19-7
8. White Oak 16-3
9. Grandview 17-5
10. Dublin 18-6
11. Henrietta 16-8
12. Eustace 19-5
13. Tatum 14-6
14. Wallis Brazos 15-11
15. Poth 11-20
Also: Blanco, Commerce, Holliday, Rogers, Pilot Point, Quitman, Cameron Yoe, Jarrell and Centerville
Comments: Crawford swept Brock 25-21, 30-28, 25-13 then swept Bruceville-Eddy. Schulenburg lost to 3A power Navarro three sets to one so drop just slightly in the 2A polls. While Schulenburg was losing to a strong 3A team, Bushland got beat, again by 4A monster Amarillo so the Falcons ease past the short Horns in the polls. Poth is the best 11-20 team in 2A and perhaps the state. The young Pirettes are finally eyeing playoffs. Lago Vista had only one loss in 2012 and has reloaded winning 21 of 24 contests to open 2013.

Class 3A

1. Borger 23-2
2. Van 21-4
3. Abilene Wylie 18-8
4. Melissa 17-1
5. Argyle 18-9
6. LaGrange 23-5
7. Decatur 21-6
8. Bellville 24-6
9. Wimberley 20-9
10. Geronimo Navarro 24-4
11. Liberty Hill 18-9
12. Columbus 24-6
13. Springtown 17-7
14. Huffman-Hargrave 16-3
15. Krum 19-8
Also: Sealy 16-6, Bullard 16-8, Edna 15-9, Lubbock Cooper 18-8, Hardin-Jefferson 15-9, West, Fredericksburg 14-14, Groesbeck 18-10, Cleveland Tarkington, Longview Spring Hill, Somerset, Carthage and Kilgore
Comments: Impressive win by Navarro over Schulenburg but then Navarro fell to the Pleasanton Eagles while Borger and Van keep pounding away. Borger beat Amarillo Highland Park and Stanford-Fritch. Liberty Hill is rolling into form and won a huge five set battle with Fredericksburg. Yes, Wylie has eight losses but the defending state champion strength of schedule has them number three in the polls. Argyle continues to impress as they crushed Paris in three.

Class 4A

1. Mission Veteran's Memorial 25-0
2. Burleson 24-2
3. Dallas Highland Park 23-6
4. Canyon Randall 20-5
5. Amarillo 20-8
6. Dripping Springs 22-8
7. Waxahachie 24-5
8. San Antonio Brennan 23-3
9. Barbers Hill 22-6
10. Cedar Park 27-4
11. Granbury 24-2
12. Fort Worth Boswell 24-5
13. Frisco Centennial 21-6
14. Lovejoy 20-10
15. Alamo Heights 20-8
Also- Santa Fe 20-9, Prosper 20-7, Leander 22-10, Rudder 21-10, Aledo 21-5, Byron Nelson, Magnolia, Red Oak, Vista Ridge and Dumas
Comments: Barbers Hill is 5-0 in district after a harsh pre-district schedule while Dripping Springs beat Cedar Park in a four set barn burner. Highland Park beat Waxahachie in four sets as Scots head coach Michal Dearman nears his 500th coaching victory. Mission Veteran’s Memorial is 25-0, 5-0 in district after beating Roma.

Class 5A

1. The Woodlands 25-0
2. Southlake Carroll 29-1
3. San Antonio Churchill 29-1
4. Coppell 27-2
5. Colleyville Heritage 24-5
6. A&M Consolidated 23-7
7. Austin Westlake 22-10
8. Round Rock 23-7
9. Pflugerville Hendrickson 18-4
10. Copperas Cove 26-6
11. Clear Falls 21-5
12. Hebron 18-6
13. McKinney Boyd 23-5
14. Allen 18-10
15. New Braunfels 23-8
Also- Pearce 21-10, Klein Collins, College Park, Alvin, Houston Cy Fair, Keller Central, Rockwall Heath, El Paso Franklin, Judson, Flower Mound and El Paso Eastwood
Comments: Top five keep winning, things heating up in Central Texas as A&M Consolidated, Round Rock, Westlake and Hendrickson starting to emerge from the pack while The Woodlands has extended the power in their top hold.


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