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The Cavs are Alamo bound!

It took phenomenal defense — including a one-handed trick shot from Kacey Kazmierski on her knees — and multiple offensive contributions for Lake Travis to knock off San Antonio Reagan 3-1 (28-26, 19-25, 25-21, 25-20) and advance in the Class 6A regional quarterfinals.

With the win, Lake Travis (44-5) advances to the Class 6A Region IV tournament in San Antonio for the second straight year and next plays San Antonio Harlan.

The Region IV tournament is held at the Alamo Convocation Center (110 Tuleta Drive, San Antonio).

Dripping Springs will face San Antonio O’Connor in the first semifinal at 5 p.m. followed by LT-Harlan at approximately 7 p.m.

Area Champs with 3-0 victory of Clemens

Lake Travis’ multi-pronged offensive attack and steady defense made the difference in 25-17, 25-18, 25-16 win over Schertz Clemens in the Class 6A area playoffs. As a result, the Cavs are moving on.

Lake Travis (43-5) will next face San Antonio Reagan (33-12) in the regional quarterfinal round at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Buda Johnson High School.

Teams must create their own energy in these neutral-site playoff games. Let’s pack Johnson (4260 FM 967, Buda) with all the red and black we can! Tickets will be available Tuesday morning.

The Rattlers (33-12) have advanced to the quarter finals with playoff wins over New Braunfels (3-1) and Austin (3-1).  Reagan also finished second  in District 28-6A (13-3) . 

The Cavs (43-5) storm into the postseason with a first-place 15-1 district record and winning 17 of its last 18 regular season matches. 

The full UIL Class 6A Region III and IV brackets can be found here.

LT swept Stony Point to win Bi-District Crown

It was all treats for the Lake Travis volleyball team as the Cavs swept Stony Point (32-14) to capture the Bi-District title and advance to the second round of the UIL 6A Playoffs. 

LT earned  25-13, 25-19, and 25-19 set victories on Halloween night.

Lake Travis will travel to San Marcos to face Clemens on a neutral court on Friday, Nov. 3.

Tickets will be available on game day on the Lake Travis ISD website or the LTVB website.

Wear black and let’s pack the San Marcos High School stands in support of the five times District 26 Champions! 

The Buffaloes (25-19) earned the second seed and finished in a three-way tie for first in District 27-6A . The Cavs (42-5) storm into the postseason winning 17 of its last 18 matches. 

The full UIL Class 6A Region III and IV brackets can be found here.

6A Volleyball Playoffs Start Tuesday, Oct. 31

No tricks, only playoff treats coming Tuesday as Lake Travis will host Stony Point in the opening Bi-District round of the Class 6A volleyball playoffs on Halloween night. Start time is 6:30 p.m. at the Dome.

Tickets will be available on game day on the Lake Travis ISD website or the LTVB website.

Wear your spooky, kooky Halloween costume and let’s crank up the noise in the LT Dome!

The Cavs (41-5) storm into the postseason as the District 26-6A champs. The Tigers (31-13) finished fourth in District 25-6A. The full UIL Class 6A Region III and IV brackets can be found here.

The first mountain has been conquered. 

Showing tremendous grit and even-keel temperament, Lake Travis captured a 3-1 road victory at Dripping Springs on Friday, Oct. 20, to sew up the District 26-6A title. A team that most overlook when the season begins has now clinched five straight district titles under coach Brandace Boren.

Lake Travis (41-4, 15-0) can close out a perfect district campaign during Tuesday’s regular-season finale at Westlake. Boren’s battle-tested squad is currently ranked 13th nationally in the USA TODAY HSS/American Volleyball Coaches Association poll.

The Cavs’ motto all season has been “Conquer the Mountain.” To do that, it meant they had to once again conquer the reigning state champion Tigers. LT came into Friday’s game 2-0 against Drip this season, but this was the two programs’ first matchup on Dripping Springs’ hardwood.

LT fell behind 7-1 in the first set but rattled off a 13-1 rally to square the equilibrium and take a commanding lead. From there, it took tremendous defense, pinpoint passing and tremendous shot-making. 

After Tuesday’s match against Westlake, LT will await its bi-district opponent in the first round of the UIL volleyball playoffs. The bi-district round is scheduled for Oct. 31. The time and location are still to be determined.

Lake Travis Volleyball Ranks 13th in the nation and 4th in Region 4 (Oct. 20/Week 8)

In Week 8 of the USA TODAY HSS/American Volleyball Coaches Association Super 25 volleyball rankings (October 20), the Lake Travis Cavilers remains at No. 13. This marks the fifth-consecutive week the Cavs have appeared in the national poll.

Lake Travis (40-4, 14-0) clinched a share of the 2023 District 6A title on Oct. 17 and is currently on a 17-match win streak.  LT first appeared in the ranking after the Cavs defeated the defending state champion Dripping Springs, 3-1, for the second time this season, and rival Westlake, 3-0.

2023 Lake Travis Volleyball Seniors!

2023 Lake Travis Volleyball Seniors!

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