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Argyle senior Kassidy Reeves (4) sets up a serve during the first set against Midlothian Heritage on Sept. 3 in Argyle. Midlothian Heritage beat Argyle 3-2.

Krum and Argyle kept pace and stayed ranked in the latest Texas Girls Coaches Association poll.

The Lady Bobcats dipped to No. 8 in Class 4A after falling to Celina in five sets last week. Krum’s 10-game winning streak was snapped with the loss, dropping the Lady Bobcats to 22-6.

Argyle, meanwhile, won the Winter Park Showcase in Orlando over the weekend, knocking off Windermere in the title match. The Lady Eagles are the No. 14-ranked team in 4A and have won six straight, sporting a 20-5 record.

Guyer, Denton and Sanger, which were all ranked last week, fell out of the poll.

The Lady Wildcats have lost three of their last four matches, including their District 5-6A opener with No. 1 Trophy Club Nelson.

Denton beat rival Ryan in its District 8-5A opener last Friday.

Sanger beat Lake Worth and Pilot Point last week.

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