Tigers top Timberwolves in first round playoff

Staff Report

JOHNSON CITY – A double-double from sophomore Mackenzie Plante made a difference for the Dripping Springs Tigers volleyball team Friday in a hard-fought 25-20, 25-16, 28-26 bi-district playoff win over the Cedar Park Timberwolves.

Ryann Frontera sets the ball during the 2nd set of the 3 game match against Cedar Park High School.

Dripping Springs (18-5) advanced to play former district foe Medina Valley in the area round Tuesday, Nov. 24 at Boerne Champion High.

Against Cedar Park, Plants finished with 11 kills and 12 digs on the night, while Tiger sophomore Karley Sledge had eight kills and junior Annabelle Crowder scoring five. From a team perspective, the Tiger offense had a .290 hitting percentage on the night, while they limited Cedar Park to only .131 attack percentage.

Tiger senior Nicole Herbert finished with 12 digs; junior Ryann Frontera also had a double-double with 11 digs and 21 assists.

The Timberwolves were led by senior Abbi Lehmmond’s 11 kills.

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