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Turnaround just around the corner for Indians v-ball

FORT DAVIS - Despite losing to Balmorhea in three games Tuesday to open the district volleyball race, Coach Gary Lamar sounded more like a coach whose team had just skunked the opposition. "Yeah, I really am excited about this group," he said. "It was a wonderful night for us - a great learning experience for a bunch of very young girls who are only going to get better and better.
 
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Indian junior high remains undefeated with win over Eagles

FORT DAVIS - With Balmorhea coming to town today, the Fort Davis Indian Junior High has run its record to 2-0 with a 32-12 win over Sanderson last Thursday in Terrell County. Today's game starts at 5 p.m. at Bart Coan Stadium in Fort Davis.
 
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Chambers, Glidewell, Turner lead Indians to wipeout of Cougars, 'Horns

Cali Porter
FORT DAVIS - With Madisen Chambers dominating at the net and Kylie Glidewell and Jessica Turner playing great defense in the back row, the Fort Davis Indians unloaded on a pair of Class A rivals Tuesday, thumping both in just three games each. The two winning matches brings the Indian season record to 21-12 going into district play this next week at Balmorhea.
 
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Indians, now #8 in the state, fall to 2-1 after loss to # 4 Whitharral

John Liddell
Editor's Note: This is the third in a series on the 2003 Fort Davis Indians, who played in the state championship six man game, narrowly losing to Strawn in the final seconds. As this is the 10-year anniversary of that state finalist year, this series is dedicated to those players and their great season.
 
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Indians take two matches Tuesday from Comstock, Class AA Big Lake

Madisen Chambers
FORT DAVIS - Both Comstock and Class AA Reagan County fell in straight games Tuesday as Fort Davis ran its volleyball record to 17-10, which includes pool play matches at tournaments over the past month. Led by the hitting of Madisen Chambers, Hadley McIvor, Deisy Renteria, Cali Porter and Mariah Sanchez, the Indians took three from Comstock by scores of 25-16, 25-19 and 25-14 at Big Lake Tuesday.
 
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Wounded unlikely to play Saturday as Indians take on improved Loraine

Hunter Hurley
FORT DAVIS - With two of his top players - both seniors - likely on the sidelines this Friday, first-year Fort Davis Coach Wayne Schroeder has every reason to be down about the prospects of the Indians who will be going up against a much-improved Loraine team. Both Lalito Hernandez and Hunter Hurley could probably play Friday, but Shroeder said he thought it might be smarter to keep the two guys on the sidelines who might be 75 percent and let them get stronger for the bigger games down the road.
 
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