The Dripping Springs Tigers volleyball team kept its unblemished district record intact with a 25-11, 25-6, 25-7 road win over the Crockett Cougars Friday.
The Tigers (24-15, 9-0) maintained its one game lead over Lockhart in the district standings with four matches left in the season. Dripping Springs takes on LBJ at home Friday before traveling to play at Lockhart Oct. 16.
Anchoring the Tigers’ win over Crockett were juniors Mackenzie Murray and Kylar Raymond, who finished with five kills in the match. Senior Necie Watson and sophomore Luren Pyka had four kills. Eleven total Tigers scored a kill against Crockett.
As a team, the Tigers finished with 16 aces, led by junior Avery Kalsu’s five on the night. Kalso also finished with 16 assists. Sophomore Nicole Herbert had four aces.
On defense, Dripping Springs finished with seven total blocks, while 12 players recorded a dig.
District 25-5A standings as of Oct. 9
Dripping Springs 9-0
LBJ 5-4 Travis 2-5