Athens Review, Athens, Texas

October 8, 2013

AREA SPORTS BRIEFS: Trojans snap three-game losing streak against Avalon

From Staff Reports
The Athens Review

AVALON — The Trinidad Trojans snapped a three-game losing streak with a 71-23 win over the  Avalon Eagles Saturday night.

With the win, coach Tom McVey’s team is now 3-3 overall.

The Trojans will host the Penelope Wolverines this Saturday for homecoming.

Kickoff for the game is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

Carrollton Christian beats ACP, 60-24

CARROLLTON — The Athens Christian Preparatory Storm dropped to 0-6 on the season with a 60-24 loss to Carrollton Christian Friday night.

Coach Chris Weisinger's team will look for their first win of the season Friday night at Ft. Worth THESA.

Kickoff for the contest is scheduled for 8 p.m.

Area teams finish strong at Lindale

LINDALE — The Eustace High School cross country teams finished in the top two positions at the Lindale meet Friday afternoon.

In the girls division, Eustace was the overall champion with 32 points.

They were led by Skye Burns — who was the overal champion with a time of 13:34. Teammates Breanna Ragan, Shelby White and Alyssa Shaddox finished in the top 10.

In the boys division, Eustace finished second with 65 points.

Mark Zimmerer finished second overall with a time of 17:03. Teammate Brandon Richardson placed seventh with a time of 18:21.

For  the Kemp girls, Kelsey Gage finished second with a time of 13:38.

For Brownsboro, Marisol Suarez was the top finisher with a time of 16:56.

For Mabank, the top finisher was Carson Marsh with a time of 14:53.

On the boys side, the leading finisher for Kemp was Jesus Perez — who finished third with a time of 17:27.

Leading the way for Mabank was Adam Reeves with a fifth place finish in a time of 18:04.

Brownsboro was led by Garet Essary with a time of 21:56.

Eustace volleyball team ranked No. 13

EUSTACE — The Eustace LadyDogs (24-5) head into volleyball action this week ranked in the top 15.

The Texas Girls Coaches Association has them ranked No. 13 in the state.

They will play at Malakoff starting with the freshman at 4:30 p.m.