La Veta got a scare in its first set against Springfield. The Class 1A CHSAANow.com No. 8-ranked Longhorns grabbed an impressive 11-point win in that set, apparently setting the tone for the match.
But No. 6 La Veta bounced right back to win the next three and get a 14-25, 25-20, 25-21, 28-26 win.
La Veta moves to 6-0 on the season and look to remain undefeated when it travels to Manzaonla on Friday.
Springfield has another looming top-10 showdown on Tuesday when it heads to Holly.
Fruita Monument 3, Valor Christian 2
Riley Snyder and Dana Thomson combined for 35 kills as Fruita Monument battled back from a 2-1 deficit to beat Valor Christian in five sets.
Truth Hafey helped set up the offensive attack by totaling 37 assists.
It is the fifth-straight win for the Wildcats and just the second loss on the year for the Eagles.
Pueblo Central 3, Trinidad 2
Pueblo Central took the first set from Trinidad before dropping the next two. Forced to rally, the Wildcats won the last two tightly contested sets to come away with the match.