Tate Beeles

Frenship's Tate Beeles

Addisyn Bollinger

Frenship’s Addisyn Bollinger plays defense against LCP's Carisa Cortez.

Southwest of the Bank Frenship Players of the Week


Addisyn Bollinger | Basketball

Tiger freshman phenom broke out in a big way by earning MVP honors at the Hub City Tip-Off Classic where she averaged 15 points a game and knocked down 10 treys, then followed that with a 26-point outburst and 4 3-pointers against Lubbock-Cooper in a 64-57 victory that kept her team unbeaten.


Tate Beeles | Basketball

Immediately made a big splash on the court with 35 points 12 rebounds and 6 assists and helped the Tigers create some breathing room against Lubbock-Cooper with 8 points in the second quarter.


Hudson Hutcheson head shot

H. Hutcheson


Hudson Hutcheson: Was the catalyst one more time for the Tigers offense by throwing for 260 yards and a pair of touchdowns against Southlake Carroll.

Landon Hutcheson: Was a consistenttarget when the Tigers had the ball with12 catches for 104 yards a TD.

Leyton Stone: With Southlake Carroll honed in to try to lock him down, he managed to grab 3 passes for 103 yards, punctuated by a 34-yard TD.

Girls basketball

Abbi Holder: Major sparkplug for the Tigers at the Hub City Tip-Off Classic with 39 points in four games and followed that with an 11-point, 7-rebound, 6-assist performance in a gritty win against Lubbock Cooper. She knocked down 21-of-26 free throws in five games.

Boys basketball

Armani Gacanica: His knack for making plays when the Tigers needed them yielded 11 points in each game, with 5 rebounds in one and a pair of 3-pointers in another.


Jathan Reed: Notched an even-par 72 on a frigid day in San Angelo last Friday to claim top medalist honors at the District 2-6A Preview.

Jathan Reed

Frenship's Jathan Reed