Monterey stayed alive in the postseason race Tuesday night with a big 2-1 victory over rival Lubbock High in a game that wasn’t settled until the final pitch at Moegle Field.
With the regular-season finish line in sight, several city baseball teams have business to take care of in the next two games.
LHS sophomore survived a taut match vs. Tascosa's Ruppanner to punch a ticket to the next stage.
Monterey added the final touch to its first-ever District 4-5A championship by outslugging Lubbock High 10-4 Friday at Lady Plainsmen Field.
After 14 innings of offensive malaise, Coronado came out with a purpose Friday against Abilene Cooper. And ignited by a quick start, the Mustangs finished the week strongly with a 7-4 victory against Abilene Cooper at O’Banion Field.
Lubbock ISD’s swimming & diving program has been recognized by the Texas Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association with a slew of athletes landing on the 2020-21 all-state team.
Lubbock-Cooper took care of business in its first chance to add some hardware to its collection with a 3-0 victory vs. Monterey at Moegle Field.
ABILENE -- Coronado’s bid to stay within a game of the District 4-5A lead took some twists and turns Tuesday at Abilene Cooper, and the last change didn’t go the Lady Mustangs’ way.
ABILENE -- Lubbock-Cooper’s day had not gone well for most of the first 5 innings against Abilene Wylie ace Brooks Gay.
Staring at a loss that could’ve dashed the chance at a District 4-5A championship, Coronado came out fighting in the last 2 innings Tuesday to rally past Abilene Wylie.
As the District 2-6A stretch run arrives, Frenship has some work to do to climb into the pole position, but the Tigers have definitely jumped squarely into the rearview mirror of frontrunners Odessa Permian and Midland Lee.
Desperate times can render a team tight at precisely the time when it can least afford to not take the diamond ready to relax and have fun.
Some games just have a take-care-of-business feel to them, and when a team is playing at the level that Lubbock-Cooper has most of this season, a lot of nights take on that complexion.
ABILENE -- Makenna Sandoval and Tatiana Trotter both hit inside-the-park home runs and drove in 3 runs apiece to help Monterey stay in a first-place tie in District 4-5A with an 8-4 victory against Abilene Wylie on Friday.
Jaxson Aleman drove in three runs, and Monterey got 7 solid innings on the mound from Jackson Jolly for a 14-8 victory against Abilene Cooper in District 4-5A play at Moegle Field.