Many coaches and athletes across Texas don't like the area-round track and field meets the UIL added last year, but it served a purpose this week for the Coronado girls.Read More
ABILENE - Alexandra Massie was in a four-way tie for second place.
Coach John Armstrong and the Andrews faithful in attendance at the final day of the 3A regional tournament at the McLeod Tennis Center kept telling Rodolfo Mendieta to "use it."
CLASS 5A-4A HITTING LEADERS (Minimum 40 at-bats) Player, school AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI .AVG York, LHS 64 24 33 9 5 1 30 .516 Davis, LHS 71 28 35 7 4 0 22 .493 Walden, Monterey 68 18 30 8 4 0 31 .441 Swindle, Monterey 66 18 28 4 1 0 11 .
The Levelland sophomore ran a time of 12 minutes, 11.39 seconds to stay unbeaten in the 3,200 meters this year.
DISTRICTS 1-5A/2-5A AREA MEET At PlainsCapital Park/Lowrey Field Wednesday's Results GIRLS Team totals: 1. Odessa Permian, 18; 2. (tie) Abilene, El Paso Franklin, 16; 4. Coronado, 14; 5. Abilene Cooper, 12; 6. El Paso Coronado, 11; 7.
Defending Class 3A state champion Andrews was right back at it Wednesday at Shadow Hills Golf Club, running away at the opening round of the Region I-3A golf tournament by 12 strokes over Monahans.
WOODROW - It doesn't always have to be clean to be effective. That was certainly the case for both the Shallowater and Cooper baseball teams Tuesday night in a battle between the top two squads in District 2-3A.