Category: Volleyball

Volleyball | Hurricane Harvey – TWHS gaining perspective, patience after strong start

Woodlands head coach Terri Wade yells after a block in the third set of a match during the Adidas John Turner Classic at Pearland High School, Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017, in Pearland. The Woodlands defeated Prosper 2-1.

The Woodlands was off to a blazing start at the Leander Volleypalooza tournament on Thursday, picking up three victories on the first day of competition. But those matches accounted for all the success the Lady Highlanders would experience as Hurricane Harvey closed in on the Texas coast. click here for complete story

Athletics: Hoffpauir; Baz Headline Gullo Athletes of the Month

Gavin Hoffpauir had a breakout season as a junior with the second-fastest time in the Highlanders’ pack at the Texas State Cross County Meet. Oak Ridge Volleyball: Having some of the highest ranked volleyball players in the state on the court at the same time, it is easy to overlook the rest of the Oak Ridge War Eagles. Read more…

The Cooper volleyball teams are sponsoring the Cooper community’s sixth annual “Pink Week


Volleyball: The co-captains of the Cooper varsity volleyball team, Gina Valderrama, Kaylee Frazier and Kayley Wood, are ready for the Dig Pink games on October 20 versus SPC rival St. John’s.

The Cooper volleyball teams are sponsoring the Cooper community’s sixth annual “Pink Week,” October 17-21, in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness month. Events are planned all week, culminating with the JV and Varsity volleyball games being played in the Dunlap Gymnasium on October 21 and the varsity football game on Pugh Field on October 21. The Dragon Booster Club is sponsoring fun pre-game activities that promise to put everyone “in the pink!”

The Dragon volleyball teams are once again pairing with the Side-Out Foundation/Dig Pink® to raise money for research for Stage 4 (metastatic) breast cancer, as well as for The Rose, a Houston organization that provides screening, diagnostics and treatment services, regardless of ability to pay.

Since its inception, Cooper’s DIG PINK events have raised over $78,000 toward this important effort. Help support this year’s efforts by making an online donation or ordering a 2016 Dig Pink t-shirt. GO GREEN AND PINK!


Dig Pink T-Shirts available at the Spirit Store $20 each (Cash or check)

Support our Volleyball Team’s Fundraising Campaign

Oak Ridge sets sights on Volley-Battle title despite nagging injuries

57b4f26e54d35.imageOak Ridge is now 10-0 this season after sweeping Kingwood Tuesday night, and the Lady War Eagles hope to keep the party going through the weekend. With the Nike Invitational championship under its belt, Oak Ridge has its sights set on the Magnolia Volley-Battle tournament, which begins Thursday and runs through Saturday. click here for complete story


Athletics: College Park honors athletes with signing day ceremony

570ef88e5db20.imageCollege Park High School held a small signing day ceremony early Wednesday morning to honor a group of student athletes as they formally announced their college commitments. The group of athletes gathered in the school’s main gym in front of their families and few College Park Students. Most had already signed their National Letter of Intent, but the ceremony provided families, friends, and coaches the opportunity to celebrate each athlete’s success. click here for complete story

Crash kills 3 teens, including Bellaire High volleyball star

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A crash near Corpus Christi killed three Houston teens returning from Spring Break.

One moment, the four young women were driving through South Texas cotton fields after a quick spring break trip to South Padre Island. Then the driver glanced at the map on her telephone.

The distraction caused the 18-year-old high school senior to lose control of the vehicle, which veered across the median and into the path of an oncoming 18-wheeler, police said.

The impact crumpled the car, instantly killing two passengers, former Bellaire students Brittanie Johnson, 18, and Brianna Robinson, 19. Robinson’s 17-year-sister, Jade, a Bellaire senior and standout on the volleyball team, died at a Corpus Christi-area hospital a few hours later. Shelby Coleman, 18, a Lamar High School senior, remains hospitalized in critical condition. click here for complete story