High school volleyball
Martin defeated Arlington for the first time in at least three years last Tuesday, said coach Tracy Perez-Peterson, only to suffer a setback Friday to North Crowley. The victory over the Lady Colts put the Lady Warriors in first place before the loss dropped them to 4-2. Meanwhile, Arlington climbed to a 5-1 district record with a 3-0 win against Fort Worth Paschal last Friday.
Also looking to be a likely playoff team is Lamar, which reeled off consecutive victories last week against Weatherford and Sam Houston to rebound from a loss to North Crowley on Sept. 26.
This Friday is Arlington’s turn to visit North Crowley, at 6:30 p.m., while Lamar will host Bowie and Martin visits Sam Houston at the same time.
Arlington defeated North Crowley in their first meeting on Sept. 16. The Lady Colts won a hard-fought first set 25-23 but won the final two more handily, 25-14 and 25-17, on their home court.
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High school football
Martin and Arlington top District 4-6A with 2-0 records (and 3-2 overall) after last Friday’s games, which featured Martin downing Sam Houston 40-20 and Arlington edging North Crowley 31-28.
The Colts visit the Texans at Wilemon Field at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, while the Warriors visit Weatherford at 7:30 Friday.
Meanwhile, Bowie (1-1) visits North Crowley at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Lamar (1-1) hosts Fort Worth Paschal at Cravens Field at the same time.
Seguin, 1-1 in 14-5A play, hosts Mansfield Legacy at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Wilemon.
— Stephen English