Summit faces unbeaten programs

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Summit volleyball has a big week ahead.

The Lady Jaguars, currently at 2-1 in District 15-4A play following wins over Lake Ridge and Lancaster last week, will face the two unbeaten teams of the league on Tuesday and Friday. The Tuesday game against Red Oak was played after the press deadline; see for results.

On Friday, Summit hosts Waxahachie, the other undefeated district team and 28-5 overall.

The Lady Jaguars’ loss to Legacy to start the district schedule was a hard-fought, five-game match, 13-25, 20-25, 25-16, 25-22, 10-15.

The Lady Jaguars’ wins over Lake Ridge and Lancaster were both three-game sweeps.

Sophomores helped lead the Jaguars, with Xariah Williams and Lejla Camdzic being joined by junior Arianna Baker as the top players in kills.

Williams and Baker also lead the team in service aces. Baker leads the team in blocks as well.

•  Mansfield District 7-5A is loaded with 2-1 teams, with Mansfield being one of them. After an initial loss to start district play, the Lady Tigers have posted wins over Midlothian and South Grand Prairie on Friday.

This week, they had other 2-1 teams in Duncanville on Tuesday and Friday will be at Timberview.

• Timberview, much like Mansfield, lost to Duncanville in five games, 3-2, in their district opener, but beat DeSoto and Grand Prairie last week.

Prior to their face-off on Friday with Mansfield, the Lady Wolves were playing South Grand Prairie on Tuesday.

• Legacy, yet another 2-1 team in District 15-4A beat Summit, 3-2 to start, but then dropped a match to Waxahachie and came back to beat Lake Ridge.

This week, the Lady Broncos have both Ennis and Lancaster at home.

• Lake Ridge continues to improve and intends to find additional upsets along the way, but stands at 1-2 after losing to Summit and Legacy.

Their district win is over Sequin. This week, the Lady Eagles will have their hands full, facing Lancaster and Red Oak on the road.

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