HERFORD -- For two weeks in a row, Estacado went to the final minutes of games against high-quality opponents and had their hearts ripped out.
Each week, HubCityPreps.com will post a list of the players who made big impacts under the Friday (or Thursday) Night Lights. Here is a look at the Week 2 standouts.
Fresh memories need to be stored away by Estacado this week after a gut-punch loss last week. But recalling a different kind of memory might be exactly what the Matadors need to get over the remaining sting from a loss at Dumas.
Each week, HubCityPreps.com will post a list of the players who made notable impacts for their teams under the Friday (or Thursday) Night Lights. Here is a look at the Week 2 standouts.
Estacado seniors Larry Williams & Ronald Ross talk about the importance of turning the page after a gut-punch loss at Dumas.
Two of Lubbock’s powerful TAPPS programs got together Tuesday night to highlight a busy slate around the Hub City. Lubbock Christian prevailed against Kingdom Prep in three close sets – 25-20, 25-21, 25-23.
Lubbock-Cooper has encountered its fair share of tough tests over the course of the first month of the 2021 season and Saturday was another rung on that ladder.
When the 2021 football season gets rolling on Thursday and Friday, there will be plenty of options to view and listen to your favorite team as they begin their new quests.
BASTROP -- Lubbock-Cooper took the court with heavy hearts Thursday but did what has been the norm this season in three matches at the Bastrop Tournament.
Lubbock High jumped into the win column on Tuesday by topping crosstown foe Estacado in three sets -- 25-14, 25-18 and 25-12.
In the blink of an eye, summer screeched to a halt and practice for a new volleyball season is here, as the city’s 12 teams hit the court to begin the pre-season grind with common goals and shared optimism.
FORT STOCKTON -- Lessons come with losses in sports, and there’s no doubt Estacado learned plenty in a three-week postseason run that ended Saturday.
FORT STOCKTON -- El Paso Riverside’s offense was quiet most of the night against Estacado on Friday, but the one time the Rangers got noisy, man, did they do some damage.
Baseball is a sport that lends itself to a lot of shifting and juggling -- the notion of players settling on one position is usually a foreign concept -- and versatility is expected and appreciated.
It was an electric atmosphere on Saturday at Matador Field when Estacado squared off with Seminole in a game-three matchup for the Class 4A area-round championship, and the Matadors and Indians certainly did their part to contribute to a memorable day.
Baseball tends to take on the personality of the West Texas weather every once in a while. Chamber-of-Commerce great one day, gloomy and treacherous the next. And never, ever predictable.