Lance Fogle (right) coaches his team, the Blue Dragons, Thursday against the Sea Dragons. Photos by Jenny Kirchner

Town Hall Sports Coordinator Jeremy Teeguarden reported on Town Hall Youth Volleyball for the week of April 22.

Second and third grades
On Tuesday, April 23, the Sea Dragons took on the Gummy Bears. Katelyn Sonnier had some great serves to help her team win the first game. The Sea Dragons played hard the whole match. Michael Stroud hustled all over the court and had some nice bumps for his team. The Gummy Bears won the match in three games.

On Thursday, the Sea Dragons played the Blue Dragons, who jumped out to an early lead thanks to some great serving from Brooke Taylor and Tara Geisinger. Fatima Guzman played super getting some nice bumps and serving well. The Sea Dragons won game one and the match.

Friday’s game was between the Blue Dragons and the Gummy Bears. Preston Pino had some great plays bumping the ball for the Gummy Bears and Cody Fogle had some outstanding serves for the Blue Dragons, who won the match.

The Sea Dragons returning the ball to the Blue Dragons.

Fourth through sixth grades

On Tuesday the Skyhawks took on Pinkalicious. Pinkalicious won a hard fought first game as Aly Fogle had a couple great sets. The second game went back and forth as Olivia Hernandez had some big serves for the Skyhawks. Pinkalicious eventually won the second game and the match.

On Thursday Pinkalicious played again. Their opponent was the Landsharks, who came out and served great in the first game. Rory and Lainie Wilke were all over the court as the Landsharks took the first game. Pinkalicious came back in the second game as Shelby Read played well getting some nice bumps. Pinkalicious went on to win the last two games and the match.

Friday’s match up was between the Landsharks and Skyhawks. Kilo Reynosa served great for the Skyhawks as they won the first game. Grace Pavon was all over the court and cheering on everyone for the Landsharks. The Skyhawks wonthe match in three games.

The Blue Dragons fight for the number one spot as families watch on.