HEWITT -- There will be plenty of things that Lubbock Christian’s players and coaches will be left to wonder about when they reflect back on the final chapter of their wondrous ride through the 2019 season.
Lubbock Christian's bid for 2019 TAPPS Division III state championship falls short vs. The Geneva School in a showdown of high-powered offenses.
Doesn’t matter what sport you play or at what level. When a championship is at stake -- when the last game of a season is at hand -- there’s not a lot of ho-hum involved.
WOLFFORTH -- Ethan Duncan continued scoring in droves on the first day of the Gene Messer Classic as he helped Trinity Christian split two games on Thursday.
The Tigers tangle with Coronado in a a marquee game on the first day of the annual tournament.GENE MESSER CLASSIC SCHEDULE
Lubbock Christian (13-0) will meet The Geneva School of Boerne (9-4) for the TAPPS Division III state championship at noon on Saturday.
Led by the senior's 456 total yards and 7 touchdowns -- 6 through the air to five different receivers -- Lubbock Christian roared past Covenant Christian to reach the state final this weekend.
The Eagles take aim at the second state championship in school history at noon on Saturday in Hewitt when they take on The Geneva School of Boerne.
ABILENE -- Coach-speak and catch phrases can become a mundane afterthought for football players, especially 13 weeks into a season that began way back in August under the hot Texas sun.
Lubbock Christian grabbed control vs. Covenant Christian in the second half on the way to a 63-32 victory in a TAPPS Division III state semifinal matchup.
The Eagles stayed unbeaten (13-0) to march into the 2019 TAPPS Division III State Championship Game by downing Covenant Christian 63-32.
The Eagles shrugged a stiff challenge from Covenant Christian on Saturday and cruised to a 63-32 victory in a TAPPS Division III state semifinal showdown.
ABILENE -- The lights shined brightly for Alex Timmons and Lubbock Christian on Friday night.
WOLFFORTH -- When two teams with high-level expectations collide, it seems like the ebbs and flows can be a little more dramatic. It’s also likely that what happens in the first few minutes -- while always meaningful -- might just a preamble to how things are destined to play out.
WOLFFORTH -- Lubbock Christian spent a good portion of Thursday away from the classroom with a pair of games at the Hub City Tip Off Classic.
The Tigers dug out of a 13-point 1st-quarter deficit with a 2nd-half barrage of 3-pointers and stifling pressure defense to beat the Lions 57-49.
Lubbock Christian surged into the regional round by blasting Grace Prep 52-12 last week.
Lubbock Christian senior Avery Mitchell talks about what she and her team can take away from the first setback this season.
Lubbock Christian (11-0) takes on Coram Deo in the regional round after walloping Grace Prep 52-12 in postseason opener.
New seasons bring out excitement for every program because of the fresh start element. When a new coach is part of that equation, there comes some unknown as well. Two teams in Lubbock begin the process of blending those two concepts together Tuesday when the boys basketball season gets into…
The wind was brutal, causing lobbed throws and missed extra points Friday, but that didn’t stop Colleyville Covenant Christian and Trinity Christian from putting the scoreboard at Warwick Memorial Stadium through a workout in a TAPPS Division III bi-district playoff game.
Offensive balance has been an offensive hallmark for Lubbock Christian all season long, so when Arlington Grace Prep managed to tip the balance in a little different direction Friday night, the Eagles were well prepared to react.
ABILENE -- Maci Maddox made sure the season debut for a new-look Frenship team was a success on Tuesday, and she got plenty of help.
There will be better days ahead for Trinity Christian as the 2019-20 season unfolds, mostly because there will be more days when the talented Lady Lions will be sharper, more cohesive and much more prepared.
Undefeated Lubbock Christian (10-0) is one of the favorites to win a Division III state crown.