Since a tough loss to open the season at home against Midlothian, the Waxahachie Lady Indian junior varsity volleyball team has been unbeatable.
The Lady Indians picked up their 20th win in a row Friday with a 25-10, 25-11 decision against Mesquite Horn.
JV coach Erika Knowles said the girls continue to impress her each night on the court and that Yo'shyra Skinner had her best game of the season against Horn.
My expectations of this team have been high from the very start, but to see how well they are playing together and the talent each player has shown has only made my vision of their potential rise, Knowles said. I am so proud of this group of girls. I can't wait to see what their future holds.
In a close match, Shelby Walton stepped to the service line for Waxahachie and served six consecutive point to give the Lady Indians a 14-4 lead.
Tressa Settlemeyer served five consecutive points late in the match as Waxahachie rolled to the 15-point victory.
A Celi Bruce kill opened the second set for Waxahachie before Mark Kate Clark served eight consecutive points as the Lady Indians raced out to a 9-0 lead. Settlemeyer served five points to put Waxahachie ahead 15-1 before the girls in green cruised to the win.
Prior to this week's action, the Lady Indians rolled through opponents in the Mansfield Summit JV Tournament to win their second tournament championship of the season.
In pool play, Waxahachie beat Denton Ryan (15-5, 15-8), MacArthur (15-9, 15-6) and Mansfield (17-15, 15-6).
Competing in the gold bracket the Lady Indians opened with a 25-18, 25-15 win against Timberview before defeating Keller Central 25-20, 20-25, 25-14.
In the championship game the Lady Indians defeated Keller 25-20, 21-25, 25-19.
The team is back in action Tuesday in Waxahachie.