The Calallen Wildcats' volleyball team continued to show their dominance Saturday afternoon against the Alice Coyotes.
In the best-of-five match-up, the Wildcats swept the Coyotes in three games 25-9, 25-8, and 25-10.
"Every week that we're playing, we try to play more defensively," Calallen head coach Lupe Carmona said. "I think we accomplished that today."
Alice rarely had a break during the match as they were hoping for Calallen to pull a major error so they get could a chance to serve.
Game Two was all Calallen as they scored the first 10 points on senior Becky Hook's serve.
Kelsey Schwirtlich made it tough for the Coyotes to defend her spikes as she scored 11 kills totals.
Schwritlich's service game was also credited for scoring the team's first six points in the first game.
Courtney Oertli helped out her team leading the charge in blocking assists for Calallen with 18.
Kelsey Ferguson and Colter Tope pulled off the only aces in the game with two each for the Wildcats.
The Wildcat volleyball team has been solid all year.
They are currently one of the top ten teams in the state, all because of their dominant team effort, and there are not just a few standouts on this time.
"As a coach that is very exciting to me," Carmona said. "I think it's every coaches dream that no matter who is out there it's the right combination."
The team consists of nine seniors, most of which have played together since they began competing in volleyball.
Regardless of the team's impressive season so far, Carmona thinks that there is still room for improvement.
"There's always room for improvement with this team," Carmona said. "I tell them all the time to never be satisfied because there is always something they can do to better themselves."
As of Saturday, the Wildcats were undefeated in district play.
This Saturday they meet the Robstown Lady Pickers at the Calallen gym at noon.