In the varsity match-up, the Warriors dominated from the opening serve. The Lady Trojans fell behind early and could not recover. Every ball on the Victoria side was sent back to the Lady Trojans with plenty of power and skill. Big hits for kills led the Warriors to a 25-8 victory.
In the second set the Beeville girls matched up early with the visitors. The score was tied at 8-8 in the early minutes before the West girls took control. The Warriors led 13-10, but a 12-0 dominating run to end the second set gave the West varsity a quick 2-0 lead in the match.
The third set was over quickly. Beeville fell behind 15-3, and the Warriors kept the pressure on with good hits and good defense. The lack of hitting at the net for the Lady Trojans made it easy for the visitors, who won easily 25-7 for the 3-0 sweep.
Ciara Garcia produced a couple of good hits for kills. Emma Downing and Margaret Downing each contributed blocks. Margaret also produced a kill in set three to highlight the Lady Trojans offense.
The JV best of three set match also went to the visitors in straight sets, 2-0. The first set was the more competitive of the two. The Beeville girls scored 10 points, but lost 25-10 as the taller Warriors took control of the net. The second set was a 25-8 win for the young Warriors to complete the sweep.
“Though the scores do not reflect it, I felt the JV communicated well and are improving on their defense,” said JV coach Amanda Adame.
The Lady Trojans played Calallen on Tuesday night, and it was a “Pink Night” in support of breast cancer awareness for the home team. On Friday, the Beeville girls will meet Goliad at 5 p.m., also at home.