Lubbock-Cooper won its third match in seven days on Tuesday night with a road win against Canyon (25-12, 25-18, 22-25, 25-15).
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.
WOLFFORTH -- Resiliency is a quality that Frenship has come to embrace in this season of transition, and the Tigers conjured it up Tuesday night in a District 2-6A showdown against Midland Legacy at The Tiger Pit.
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.
Frenship left tackle Karson Jones & quarterback Chad Pharies chat about the challenge the Pirates' defense presents.
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.
Put Frenship and Lubbock-Cooper together on any athletic field or court and there figures to be plenty of motivation to play hard. Make it happen on a special night to honor somebody who came to mean so much to folks around the entire city, and that inspiration gets amplified.
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.
WOLFFORTH -- Frenship’s losing streak extended to six games Tuesday in a home loss to a talented Amarillo High squad.
The Tigers go into the new season with optimism on offense, buoyed by the two big veterans up front.
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.
For a lot of athletes, the notion of hitting the reset button can often have plenty of positive connotation attached. After all, a fresh start can carry a wide menu of new opportunity.
Lexi Jackson is back at square one, which isn’t a bad thing at all considering that it’s a familiar spot for the former Frenship star.