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.
Following a controversial ending to the 2019 season against one of the most accomplished programs in Texas, No. 3-ranked Lubbock-Cooper began the 2020 season with a message.
Every athletic contest is a series of actions, reactions and then how one team or the other responds to those reactions.
Volleyball season hits a new gear this week with district play beginning for a handful of city schools and some intriguing matchups sprinkled in.
ABILENE -- Lubbock-Cooper turned in a strong performance on the road Saturday, cruising past Abilene High then rallying to top Wichita Falls Rider.
Part of the beauty and uniqueness of high school sports is how a roster takes shape over the course of a year, two or three.
ABILENE -- Between the hugs, Chip Darden did OK Saturday as an uncommonly warm winter day faded into the gloaming at Wildcat Stadium.
Loss of a legend: A Lubbock icon and a powerful influence to many, his memory will be enduring.
AMARILLO -- Cooper Hamilton and Preston Schmid don’t have a ton of experience with the rigors of District 3-5A, but the duo made sure their first splash was a big one for Coronado.
Claire Decker made sure Monterey got off to a good start Tuesday against Coronado. Aubri Campbell added the exclamation point.
MIDLAND -- Lubbock-Cooper won its second game of the day and third game in a row by clipping Weatherford 5-2 Saturday at the Midland Tournament of Champions.
WYLIE -- Malloree Smith supplied four hits while Theron Zachary and Mina Luna had three apiece to help Lubbock-Cooper rally past Sachse for a 6-5 victory at the Wylie Tournament on Thursday. The Lady Pirates dropped their first game of the tournament, 12-3 to Rockwall.