WACO -- Breaking through to reach a level that has never been reached before is a thrill for a team that been working toward a goal for so long. But when the final chapter takes a wrong turn, there is some bittersweetness involved.
WACO -- Trinity Christian spent most of the last 3½ months testing its mettle against high-level competition with the idea that the pressure would pay off when things mattered the most.
ABILENE -- Trinity Christian had a chance to make a first impression against Arlington Grace Prep on Saturday and sure made the most of it.
Cadon Everett didn’t wait too long to get Trinity Christian started Monday night against Dallas Shelton, and he made sure the finish was quick as well.
ABILENE -- Trinity Christian’s offense wasted no time setting the tone Tuesday and Lilli Underwood made sure the early support was plenty in an area-round romp against Fort Worth Lake Country in a 15-0 triumph at Poly Wells Field.
Seems that Estacado has the dramatic rally thing crossed off its to-do list as the playoffs arrive.
FORT WORTH -- There will be tough tests ahead for Trinity Christian when the TAPPS playoffs get rolling, so why not test the water a little beforehand?
With the regular-season finish line in sight, several city baseball teams have business to take care of in the next two games.
ABILENE -- Lubbock-Cooper’s day had not gone well for most of the first 5 innings against Abilene Wylie ace Brooks Gay.
Lubbock Christian sent 20 batters to the plate in an explosive 7th inning to snap a tie in a slugfest with Division III-District 1 rival Trinity Christian on the way to a 25-11 triumph.
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.
COLLEYVILLE -- Josh Redding had a pair of hits and 3 RBIs, and Karson Leatherwood came on to record the final out of the game with the tying run 90 feet away to preserve a 5-4 victory for Lubbock Christian vs. Colleyville Christian in a TAPPS Division III-District 1 game on Friday.
Hollyn Joachim homered twice and drove in five runs, and Monterey scored all seven of its runs in the final two innings in a 7-1 victory against Lubbock High in District 4-5A play on Tuesday.
Trinity Christian had a plan going into its game Monday at Lubbock Christian, and after a gut-punch loss two days earlier, the Lions were bound and determined to stick to it.
Trinity seniors Roe Forrest & Drew Ashworth chat about a key Division III-District 1 victory against Lubbock Christian.
Veteran Kaylom Coats & sophomore pitcher Riley Schroeder break down Lubbock Christian's 3-2 triumph vs. the rival Lions.
It didn’t take long on Saturday to figure out that offense was going to be at a premium when Lubbock Christian and Trinity Christian collided.
BIG SPRING -- Oscar Delgado tossed a 5-inning perfect game to help Estacado blast Big Spring 12-0 Tuesday in District 3-4A action.
ABILENE -- For the first two games of the three-game series between Frenship and Abilene High, the Eagles put up enough resistance to make the Tigers work for their victories.
Lubbock High pitcher Brandon Smith tossed a 5-inning gem, holding Monterey scoreless on just three hits and the Westerners routed the Plainsmen 10-0 in a District 4-5A clash ended by the run rule.
Coronado came out swinging Tuesday against Abilene Cooper and took care of business quickly in a 13-1 triumph in District 4-5A action at O’Banion Field.
Estacado had a tough time slowing down Snyder’s offense Saturday, but the Matadors had plenty of answers in a 12-10 victory in District 3-4A play.
With a long district slate ahead, Estacado was looking at the wrong end of a blowout loss Tuesday when Big Spring visited to start the District 3-4A season.