ALICE – Beeville was riding high from a second-place finish at the Pettus tournament when it hit ...
Kevin J. Keller photo.Skidmore-Tynan's Lauren Richmond (7) goes up to block an attack during the Lady Cats' five-set loss to visiting Three Rivers at the DuBose Special Events Center on Tuesday night. Three Rivers won the opening two sets 25-23 and 25-19, before S-T battled back to tie the match at two sets apiece by winning the third set 25-21 and the fourth set 25-16. The visitors clinched the victory in the tiebreaking fifth set, downing the Lady Cats 16-14. No other information about the match or about the Lady Cats' match at Annapolis last week were available at press time.
Pettus coach Jeff Doege (second from left) goes over details of a drill with his starting offensive backfield at practice on Monday afternoon. The Eagles open the season on Friday at James V. Beauchamp Stadium against Santa Gertrudis.
Starting defensive ends Chon Hernandez (left) and Rudy Casarez duke it out in a drill as defensive ends coach James Villarreal looks on during Beeville’s practice on Monday. Beeville opens on the road this year, traveling to Javelina Stadium to face Kingsville on Friday night.