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).
Michael Coleman & Juan Palomo discuss the Westerners' victory vs. Levelland and the upcoming showdown against Monterey.
With the final non-district tuneup on tap Friday night and a looming rivalry game against Monterey up for next week to start District 2-5A Division I play, Lubbock High needed a lot of things to start trending in the right direction when it tangled with Levelland at Plains Capital Park.
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.
BUSHLAND -- The value of a challenging schedule is that there will be losses along the way that a good team learns from. Doesn’t hurt of there are some rewards along the way as well.
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.
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.
The Westerners stumbled in their season opener, but the 4th-year coach remains optimistic that his crew will take steps in the right direction this week with a road game at Big Spring.
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.
MIDLAND -- Monterey and Lubbock High got the 2021 season started on the right foot on Saturday at the Tall City Invitational.
Lubbock High jumped into the win column on Tuesday by topping crosstown foe Estacado in three sets -- 25-14, 25-18 and 25-12.
Monterey was headed in the wrong direction against Plainview on Monday in season-opening action at The New Box.
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.