The Lee College Lady Rebels ended a three-match losing streak with a 3-1 (25-20, 22-25, 25-20, 25-16) win at Wharton College Tuesday night.

Lee (6-3) was led by Kennidee Willis (17 kills, two blocks), Shyeann Lampkin (11 kills, 1.5 blocks), Pulelehua Keb (nine kills), Holly Stutz (eight kills), Kelby Buchanan (17 digs) and Aeris Ramsey (55 assists). 

"I liked how we played together, but you have to give Wharton credit," Lee head coach Danielle Essix said. "They played hard and I am proud that we were able to close out the match."

Lee plays this weekend at the Odessa College tournament beginning at 10 a.m. Friday against Frank Phillips College.

Anahuac volleyball falls in 5

The host Lady Panthers fell 3-2 (25-22, 11-25, 22-25, 25-17, 15-9) to Deweyville Tuesday night.

Maci Bennett and Bree Anderson led the Anahuac (9-13) attack.

"The Anahuac gym was booming with spirit from our student section and the girls were riding the momentum with kill after kill," Anahuac head coach Laura Brandon said. "After some delays in the game from the officials we slowly lost our momentum. This was a tough loss to swallow. We hope to meet up with Deweyville again this weekend at the YMBL tournament.

"We will be looking for redemption."

Anahuac begins play today at the YMBL tournament in Beaumont.

Crosby team tennis loses opener

The Crosby Cougars team tennis squad dropped an 11-8 decision to Texas City in their season and District 22-5A opener.

Jose Perez/Efrain Vega won in boys doubles while Emily Daly/Layla Tovar and Tegan Loftin/Alexa Lela won on the girls side. Both girls won their singles matches along with Mary Nelson.


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