Athletics Department

Wildcat Athletic Report and other information

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    September 11, 2017 - September 17, 2017 Report 

     

    Volleyball

    Varsity lost to K Park on Monday in 3, beat Humble on Tuesday in 3, and lost to New Caney on Friday in 5. JV beat Humble in 2, lost to New Caney in 3.

    Freshmen beat Humble in 2, beat New Caney in 2.

     

    Tennis

    The fighting Wildcat Tennis team took to the court in District 21 5 A action on Tuesday, September 12 against Caney Creek with seven returning varsity players and 11 newcomers. The Wildcats played hard and came up short losing 16-3. Five of the matches were in 3 set tiebreakers. Leading the way for the Wildcats and picking up wins were Yazmin Torres, Emellee Villanueva in Girls Singles and Christian Saxton and Lucas Ferrari in Boys doubles.

    The Wildcats hosted the Baytown Lee Ganders in their first home match on Friday, September 15 losing a hard fought contest 17-2. Three of the matches were lost in 3 set tiebreakers. The Wildcats went down fighting in every match. The Wildcats played hard and with heart, leaving it all on the court each time they played showing the Badgers that they were full of Wildcat Pride.  Picking up the wins for the night were Stormey Denton and Victoria Popowitz in mixed doubles and Emellee Villanueva in Girls Singles. 

    The Wildcats travel to Dayton on Tuesday, September 19 for a 3:30 match and they will travel to Humble on Friday, September 22 for a 3:30 match.

     

    Cross Country

    Splendora Cross Country competed at a tough course in Willis Thursday evening. This was our first time traveling since Hurricane Harvey. Although the competition was tough (majority 6A schools) our times improved dramatically.

    Jacob Garrison placed 17th out of 109 runners Top performers from the girls:

    • Shelby Keck was 34th
    • Hailie Brandum was 46th
    • Carissa's Aponte was 53rd out of 98 runners

     

    Football

    The Freshmen Wildcat team played Dayton at home and came out on fire beating them 22-12. This puts them at 2-0 on the season.  The JV football team traveled to Dayton and were able to come away with a 28-20 victory.  This is the first time this group of players has won two games in a single season. The Varsity team hosted the Broncos on Friday night and had a rough first quarter and could not overcome the 21-0 deficit. The Wildcats lost 53-27 falling to 1-1 on the year and 0-1 in District.

     

    Please come out and support any of our LadyCat or Wildcat teams this week.


     

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