Lubbock-Cooper took Coronado’s best shot Wednesday, and the result was similar to the last few weeks for the Lady Pirates.
Kaylom Coats, Lubbock Christian: Salted away a victory with a 90-yard interception in the fourth quarter, part of a night when he led the Eagles with 12 tackles and snared a pair of two-point conversion passes.
Relentlessness and patience aren’t usually attributes that tend to co-exist in sports. When a team can blend those two, though, it can lead to a lot of success.
ABILENE -- Lubbock-Cooper found a comfortable spot all alone in the District 3-5A standings on Tuesday.
A clashes between old rivals and a showdown pitting the District 3-5A frontrunners highlights the Tuesday city volleyball schedule.
MIDLAND -- Frenship’s second trip to the Tall City in a week was eerily familiar. The yielded result was also the same as the Tigers grabbed the lead all alone in the District 2-6A standings.
WICHITA FALLS -- Coronado took advantage of Wichita Falls Rider playing without star quarterback Jacob Rodriguez on Friday and built on the solid defense that has been a major surprise this season.
Motivation can arrive from a variety of places for high school athletes -- some expected or tried-and-true, some not so much.
She played a big role for the reshuffled Mustangs, who are playing without senior star Aaliyah Gray for a while.
WOLFFORTH -- Frenship took the court and removed most doubt early against Odessa Permian on the way to a three-set victory Tuesday in District 2-6A action.
Coronado and Lubbock-Cooper both rode into their showdown Friday on a wave of strong first impressions in 2020. So it only figured that whoever made the first splash at Pirate Stadium would gain an upper hand.
WICHITA FALLS -- Lubbock-Cooper’s non-district grind continued Saturday and yielded break-even results.
For several days now, there has been plenty of X & O work for the Coronado and Lubbock-Cooper players and coaches to digest, break down and analyze. So, yeah, there will be some strategy and execution at the forefront of the annual showdown between the city’s two most successful programs…
SAN ANGELO -- Frenship turned a long road trip into short work on Tuesday to lift the lid on the District 2-6A season. The Tigers rolled past San Angelo Central 25-12, 26-24, 25-11 to get league play started on the right foot.
First games are bound to include a few glitches here and there -- mistakes that you have to make to learn from and get better.
Lubbock High got back on the winning track with victories Friday and Saturday before running into the buzzsaw that is Randall to finish a hectic two days.
The duo combined to ignite a dominant night by the Mustangs in a 42-14 triumph against the Tigers.