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Copperas Cove and Waco Midway ran away from the rest of District 8-5A this past volleyball season.
Copperas Cove's Qiana Canete (3) goes up for a block against Shoemaker's Aria Price during the teams' match Tuesday at Shoemaker High School.
The Lady Grey Wolves played cleanly on their home court, committing few errors, but the sheer power of District 8-5A co-leader Copperas Cove was too much for Shoemaker to handle.
At Waco, Aria Price had seven kills as Shoemaker (20-18, 4-9 8-5A) lost to 8-5A co-leader Midway (22-20, 12-1). Midway shares the district lead with Cove heading into the final regular season game of the year.
TEMPLE — The Shoemaker Lady Grey Wolves swept the Temple Tem-Cats 25-20, 25-13, 25-20 Tuesday behind 20 digs from Shadavia Blakemore, 21 digs by Jezarai Navalta, Aria Price’s 13 kills and six blocks and Gabriela Sierra’s 13 assists.
At Shoemaker, Aria Price had 15 kills and four blocks to lead the Lady Grey Wolves over Harker Heights, but Shoemaker (19-17, 3-8 8-5A) was eliminated from the 8-5A playoff race when Ellison won at Temple.
Down 9-6 in the fourth set, coach William De Gracia called a timeout and calmly spoke to his team.
At 5:30 p.m., the Lady Roos will head to Shoemaker after a very emotional, hard-fought win at home against Ellison on Tuesday.
Shoemaker's Aria Price, right, hits the ball against Belton's Monica Gonzalez, left, and Machaela Moore on Tuesday night at Shoemaker.
After falling 25-7, Shoemaker found itself behind Belton 8-2 in the second set.
At Copperas Cove, Qiana Canete had 19 kills and five blocks to help Copperas Cove (32-6, 7-0) stay perfect in District 8-5A play.
The Shoemaker Lady Grey Wolves volleyball team played with passion, energy and emotion, but it wasn’t enough — not by a long shot.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Pam Alvarado killed a line drive into the center of Shoemaker’s side of the court.
Shoemaker's Aria Price hits the ball as Harker Heights' Kathleen Janda (10) and Karissa Heagans (17) prepare to block on Tuesday night at Harker Heights.
At Shoemaker, the Lady Grey Wolves' Aria Price had 11 kills and two blocks in the loss. Anessa Pitts added 24 digs, and Gabriela Sierra had 11 assists.
Meredith Shaw-Moore saw it as a character-revealing moment and a season-defining moment.
Shoemaker's Aria Price hits the ball against Killeen's Sabrina Garcia, left, and Jacen Moore during Tuesday's match at Killeen.
At Belton, Aria Price had six kills, Chelyiss Pierce and Maddi Woodard each had four kills, while Gabriela Sierra had six assists.
Aria Price led Shoemaker with 14 kills and four blocks, and the Lady Grey Wolves rallied for a 17-25, 21-25, 25-18, 25-17, 15-13 victory in Manor on Tuesday.
At Troy, Aria Price led Shoemaker with 20 kills, and had five blocks, but the Lady Grey Wolves still fell to the Trojans.
Shoemaker’s Aria Price, left, hits the ball against Florence in their match Tuesday at Florence High School.
Gathered just behind the net, the Shoemaker Lady Grey Wolves stood in a unified circle, chanted, shouted and cheered.
The Shoemaker Lady Grey Wolves took third place in the Silver Bracket on Saturday at the Robinson tournament after defeating Athens 25-18, 25-20.
At Bartlett, Aria Price and Chelly Pierce teamed up on the Lady Grey Wolves’ front row, combining for 20 kills. Price led with 11 and Pierce had nine.
The Shoemaker Lady Grey Wolves defeated Dallas Samuell 25-7, 25-8 to claim first place in the Silver Bracket at the Fort Worth Invitational on Saturday.
The Citizens for Soldiers club will have its monthly meeting and workday from noon to 3:30 p.m. Monday at the Belton Senior Activity Center, 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.