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Domin-8: Deer sweep Pasadena in decisive fashion to continue streak

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The Deer volleyball team's winning streak reached eight after a 3-0 sweep over Pasadena Friday night. The Deer dominated the Eagles by the scores of 25-6, 25-4 and 25-9 at the North Campus. Deer Park (30-6, 9-2) remains in a tie with Dobie for second place in 22-5A action.

The Deer look to extend the streak to nine straight victories when they host Sam Rayburn (8-17, 3-8) Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. at the North Campus.

7th Heaven: Deer streak continues

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The Deer Park volleyball team continued its hot streak, winning its seventh consecutive match, 3-0 over J. Frank Dobie. The victory moved Deer Park into a second place tie with the Longhorns as the Deer move to 8-2 in District 22-5A play and 29-6 overall.
The Deer, whose previous district losses were to La Porte and Dobie have swept six of their last seven matches. Tuesday's scores were 25-20, 25-15 and 25-21. Deer Park hosts Pasadena on Friday and Rayburn on Tuesday. Both matches are set for 6:30 p.m. at the North Campus.
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DPHS boys cross country places at HBU Invitational

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Varsity – Fourth overall
Johnny Moreno – 17th
Jeremy Dockan – 27th
Reuben George – 36th
Joe Vera – 39th
Grant Mobley – 41st
Connor McGuire – 86th
Adam Dishongh – 87th
Erik Sanchez – 88th
Jacob Smith – 89th
Brandon Pullig – 95th
Junior Varsity – Seventh overall
Ben Whitley – 43rd
Martin Cabello – 46th
Ed Marin – 66th
Tim Rawls – 72nd
Cole Carnes – 82nd

DPHS cross country girls top HBU Invitational

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Jessica Whitt – First
Courtney Van Ness – Second
Jamie Whitt – Fourth
Lyndsie Leblanc – Seventh
Alyssa York – Eighth
Shelby Salisbury – 13th
Junior Varsity:
Jordyn Harper – Fourth
Angeique Fruge – 13th

Deer hook Longhorns with 17-point rally

Written by Bobby Vasquez. Posted in Sports

Deer WR Joseph Nedbalek stretches out to make what would be the winning touchdown catch in Deer Park's 24-21 win over J. Frank Dobie. Nedbalek's clutch reception capped a 17-point come-from-behind Deer rally. Photo by Cheryl Kennedy.

Two fourth quarter touchdowns and a safety erased a 14-point deficit as the Deer Park Deer football team defeated the Dobie Longhorns 24-21 at Veterans Memorial Stadium Saturday.