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  • Updates for Week of February 6, 2017

     

     
     

    The Wildcats and LadyCats are working hard and battling every day to get better.  The spring season is in full swing and we have many athletes doling multiple activities each week.  Please come out and support our student athletes if you are able. 

     

    Softball

    Scrimmaged Coldspring on Tuesday. Both JV and Varsity outscored the opponent. 

     

    Saturday we scrimmaged Willis and Lufkin Hudson. Varsity lost to Willis 3-1 and ties Hudson 5-5. JV outscored both opponents, score was not kept.

     

    Baseball

    On Tuesday the JV and Sophomore team traveled to Huntsville to scrimmage their sub varsity. The Sophomore and JV team both competed well. For some of them, it was their first high school competition. 

     

    The Varsity team stayed home to host Huntsville. The score ended up being 15-8 in Huntsville's favor. Connor Bryan scored twice and went 2-3 with a double in the scrimmage. 

     

    On Friday, the Sophomore and JV teams played C.E. King at Wildcat Field. The Sophomore team won 16-1 and JV lost 2-0. Both teams showed great improvement from the first scrimmage.

     

    The Varsity team played at C.E. King High School losing in an unofficial score of 7-4. The Varsity team improved tremendously on defense. 

     

    Boys Basketball

    Wildcats traveled to Kingwood Park on Tuesday, February 7.  The Cats came up short in all three games.  On Friday, February 10 the Cats traveled to Caney Creek.  The 9th grade team came away with a win while the JV and Varsity both lost.  The Varsity came from 19 down in the second half with a big rally but in the end came up just short.

     

    Senior Night on Tuesday, Feb 14 vs Baytown Lee.

     

    Tennis

    JV @ McArhur Tournament on Thursday

     

    Girls Doubles:

    Toni Hagler and Michaela Hall lost to Conroe in the Consolation Semifinals 8-4

    Taylor Hollister and Aurora Gonzales lost in the Consolation Semifinals to Travis 8-2

     

    Girls Singles:

    Alexis McGinity lost in consolation Quarterfinals to Channelview 8-1

    Samantha Miranda lost in consolation Quarterfinals to Conroe 8-1

    Alexis Holman lost in consolation Quarterfinals to Caney Creek 8-1

     

    Boys Singles:

    Austin Stapleton lost in the Quarterfinals to Conroe 8-4

    Samuel Greenhaw lost in the Consolation Quarterfinals to Willis 6-3

    Justin Compean lost in the Consolation Quarterfinals to Channelview in a tie breaker 12-10

     

    Mixed doubles:

    Brenden Garcia and Laci Holman lost in the Semifinals to Kingwood Park 8-2

     

    Friday Varsity Action at Aldine Tournament

    Nathan Shem and Victoria Popowitz lost in the Consolation Finals to McArthur 6-4; 7-5

     

    Girls Soccer

    Monday, February 6 girls soccer played at Baytown Lee. JV lost 0-1. Varsity played very well. It was tied 0-0 at half. Fought and battled until the end and lost 1-2.

     

     

    Friday, February 10 the girls faced New Caney at home. The Varsity girls came out with a 1-0 win!!!!

     

    Games next week are both away:

    Monday varsity only 5:30 at Humble.

    Friday at K-Park ... JV 5:00/ Varsity 7:00

     

    Boys Soccer

    Tuesday, February 7th

    Varsity - Baytown Lee 1, Splendora 0.

    JV - Baytown Lee 2, Splendora 1.

     

    Friday, February 10th

    Varsity - New Caney 5, Splendora 1.

    JV - New Caney 3, Splendora 0.

     

     

    Boys Track

    The boys track teams ran at New Caney on February 9. I am very pleased to say we had a Freshman, JV, and Varsity team competing at the meet. We had multiple athletes PR in events. Some highlights from last night’s meet consisted of Jacob Garrison placing 3rd in the 800 and run 4 seconds faster from last year. Donavan Leach placed 1st in the long jump and Conner Day finished 2nd in the long jump and 3rd in the triple jump. We had many other athletes compete and place. I believe that we are moving in the right direction with our track program by getting more athletes out. This will help every program get athletes faster so they can be successful in other sports. Our next track meet will be on February 17 in New Caney for the varsity and Kingwood Park for the freshman and JV. 

     

    Girls Track

    Splendora Varsity ended the night with 115 points. Standouts were...

     

    Haley Fleming- 3rd LJ, 2nd 100m, 2nd in 4x400, 3rd in 4x100

    Carissa Aponte- 3rd 800m, 2nd in 4x400

    Shaelyn Sanders- 3rd TJ, 2nd in 4x400, 3rd in 400m

    Mackenzie Lakey- 2nd in 400m, 2nd in LJ

    Desirae Andrade- 1st in Disc, 3rd in Shot Put

    Mina Hensley- 2nd in Disc, 6th in Shot Put 

    Lauren Grubbs- 3rd in Disc, 5th in Shot Put

    Alexia Billingsley- 3rd in 4x100, 4th in 100H

    Savanah Cadenas- 5th in 300H

    Morrison Neal- 3rd in 4x100

    Hailey Rouse- 3rd in 4x100

     

    Boys Powerlifting

     

    Boy's powerlifting competed well at the Livingston Powerlifting Meet on Saturday.  Casey Avellaneda placed 4th in the 123s, Ryan Hoffart 4th place in the 165s, Donovan Leach 3rd place in the 181s, Michael Taylor placed 3rd in the 220s, and Seth Mericle placed 1st in the 242s.  

     

    Girls Powerlifting

    This weekend the LadyCats competed at Livingston's Powerlifting Meet and walked away with the first place trophy. Individual awards include:

     

    Erin Blazek                             2nd place             97s

    Haley Zigal                             2nd place             114s

    Alaina Stewart                        3rd place              105s

    Alexis Emens                         3rd place              123s

    Raylie Pagan                         3rd place              123s

    Haley Fleming                       1st place              132s

    Morgan Atkinson                   10th place            132s

    Maddie Collins                       3rd place              148s

    Mia Williams                          7th place              165s

    Kiara McDonald                     8th place              165s

    Morgan Eason                       1st place              181s

    Marlene Zumaya                  1st place                 220s

     

     

    WE SEE RED!!!!!

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