The Cleburne Lady Jackets tipped off their 2020 season Tuesday night at Wylie East.

Unfortunately for the Lady Jackets, it came in a four-set defeat. Wylie East won the first two sets, 25-22 and 25-19, before Cleburne rallied to take the third set, 25-22. But the Lady Jackets couldn’t push it to a fifth set as they fell, 25-22, in four.

Cleburne is scheduled to host Duncanville and Crandall for a dual match starting at 4:30 p.m. Friday.

In a key early-season matchup in District 11-4A play, Midlothian Heritage took down Godley in four sets Tuesday night.

The Lady Jaguars prevailed, 25-19, 23-25, 25-18 and 27-25, to improve to 3-0 in league action. The Lady Cats fell to 1-1 in district.

The Burleson Lady Elks opened their 2020 season with a sweep of former district foe Joshua on Tuesday night.

Tasked with playing the 2020 season without two-time All-Johnson County MVP Emily Rich, who was lost for the season with an injury, the Lady Elks started strong with wins of 25-16, 25-16 and 25-23 to beat the Lady Owls, 3-0.

The Grandview Lady Zebras dispatched of Tolar in a four-set battle Tuesday night.

Grandview (25-13) and Tolar (25-11) split the first two sets before the Lady Zebras finished strong with wins of 25-15 and a clutch 28-26 victory to secure the win.

Jada Hudson led the Lady Zebras with 19 kills while Kenzi Williamson had 23 assists.

The Lady Zebras (8-5) will host Clifton on Tuesday.

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