As the only returning starter, Victoria East's Kendall Carter has learned to read the opponent's defense well enough to adjust her game.
YOAKUM - Dalton Sturm knew he was going to touch the ball every time Goliad had possession.
Thrown elbows and aggressive defense do not deter veteran player Kensey Marshall on the basketball court.
In the third week of the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches' Poll, seven schools from the Crossroads have made the cut.
SAN MARCOS - It only made sense that Dalton Herrington caught his fourth reception to give Hallettsville a chance to tie the game against Cameron Yoe.
When it came down to making key shots for Victoria West, Ruben Trevino answered the call.
EDNA - The transition between volleyball playoffs and daily basketball practice wasn't an easy one for Edna senior Haley Orsak.
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Dewone Henderson waited patiently for her son, Bryant Ennels, to return to the court after the Victoria East (0-3) and Bay City basketball game Tuesday night.
HALLETTSVILLE - Emma Wick knew Hallettsville had to come out and battle against Lavaca County rival Shiner.
REFUGIO - In his 30 years coaching girls basketball, Refugio coach David Hemphill's strategy has centered on two aspects: hard work and defense first.
Sydney Morris had a rough 10 days playing for Goliad, but was all smiles Saturday.
Ticket sales for the Victoria West vs. Laredo Martin Class 4A area playoff game Saturday at 5 p.m. at Shirley Field in Laredo will be on sale Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to noon at the VISD Athletic Office at 3001 Miori Lane.
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GANADO - Industrial sophomore Kelsey Van Pelt is a certifiable gym rat, according to her coach Brandon Karl.