Sept. 14, the varsity Lady Bulldogs hosted the Redwater Lady Dragons.
Queen City improved to 2-0 in district play after winning in four sets 25-20, 25-23, 24-26, 25-19.
Zoe Ebarb had a game-high 14 points, Neci Larry and Payton Beckham added 10 points apiece, Jayley Stringer added six and Abby Watkins five.
Queen City’s volleyball program battled DeKalb in district action Sept. 18.
The varsity team won in four sets, 25-19, 25-17, 18-25 and 25-21.
Colleen Kilgore and Abby Watkins led the way for QC with 10 points apiece, Jayley Stringer and Payton Beckham added eight points each and Neci Larry had five.
The JV 1 team lost in two sets with Hannah Fitts leading the way in points, and the JV 2 team fell in three sets with Phillipi, Nichols and McCall leading the way with five points apiece.
Queen City welcomed rival Atlanta Sept. 21, and fell to the Lady Rabbs in four sets at home and lost in 4 sets, 15-25, 25-22, 19-25 and 22-25.
Jayley Stringer scored a team-high 10 points, Payton Beckham added eight, CeCe Walker and Zoe Ebarb posted three points apiece and both Colleen Kilgore and Abby Watkins recorded three points each.
Last week Queen City’s seventh grade football team battled Hooks.
The eighth grade beat Daingerfield, 26-8, behind Jeremiah Drayton and Howard Green’s two long touchdown runs.
Nic Burden and Green each added a 2-point conversion.
Head Coach Tommy Kimble had this to say about the young Bulldogs.
“The seventh grade team played against a BIG group of boys from Hooks. Our boys never gave up and fought to the end,” Kimble said. “There is still some work to do but we will help each other get there. We are still proud of our guys.”
“The eighth graders have shown so much improvement and determination as a team,” Kimble added.
Sept.10, the M.U.M.S. volleyball program battled Hooks.
The seventh grade A team won in three sets 25-15, 19-25, 25-22.
Mallori Stringer served up nine points and Alex Larry added seven.
The eighth grade A team won in two sets 25-22, 25-18.
Kaylon Partain served 10 points and Rylie Pattillo served five.
The seventh grade B team won behind five points served by Brooklyn Beers and Payton Boone each, and the eighth grade B team won behind a solid 18-point display by Clare Wong.
Last week the M.U.M.S. volleyball program took on Redlick.
The seventh grade A team won in two sets, 25-15, 26-24.
Mallori Stringer served 13 points for QC, Lanee Whatley served seven points and both Reese Reibesell and Madison Northcutt served five apiece.
The eighth grade team fell to Redlick, 25-22, 23-25, 25-15.
Olivia Huckabee had nine points for QC.
Both the seventh grade B team and the eighth grade B team won with Laurell Moore leading the seventh grade team with nine points, and Clare Wong leading the eighth grade team with 15 points.