With the Ennis Girls Softball Association (EGSA) season coming to an end last week, I wanted to take this opportunity to recognize some of the best individual performances I saw this year. As always, I can only comment on the games I covered in person. These young ladies took advantage of their opportunities to shine.
While the season did come to an end for U.S. Polyco early Wednesday morning at the TTAB junior state tourney in Athens, coach Doug Turner’s crew managed to step up on Tuesday afternoon in a big way.
Allen Samuels Autoplex played its final game of the season Tuesday night at the TTAB freshman state tournament in Ennis, but the local boys showed plenty of heart in defeat.
After having a month off to prepare for TTAB junior state tourney action in Athens, American Legion and U.S. Polyco had a tough go of it on Monday night.
Six of the top players for Lady Lion basketball helped the Cedar Hill Lady Hurricanes deliver an outstanding tournament run last weekend.
Among WAC Football teams with players entering grades five through seven, Team Terminators came out on top in Thursday’s championship game.
After playing each other in the regular season, the city playoffs and the district tournament, the DRP Auto Body Hotshots and the Mow Pros Mustangs had to meet one more time on Tuesday night with their seasons on the line.
Facing very strong competition at the TTAS junior state tournament in Belton, the Keever Cheetahs were eliminated on Tuesday night after a 10-3 loss to the Bullard Heat.
On Monday night, the Alba Panthers finished strong to beat the DRP Auto Body Hotshots 8-1 at the TTAS freshman state tournament in Mineola.
Facing a very strong Maypearl Panthers team for the TTAB senior midget district title and a trip to state, Bragg’s Appliance came just three innings from sitting atop the mountain.
Three Ennis softball teams looking to keep their seasons alive at state-level competition next week are in need of a hand.
Bragg’s Appliance still has a shot to reach the TTAB senior midget state tournament for the second-straight year, but its unbeaten season came to an end on Thursday night.
Family First Hospice doesn’t know the meaning of the word “quit.”
The games have to be played on the field, but Bragg’s Appliance looks stronger by the day at the TTAB senior midget district tournament.
After a shutout loss in their TTAB senior midget district tourney opener on Monday, it would have been easy for Family First Hospice players to pack it in and start thinking about next season.
The quest for Bragg’s Appliance to win a second-straight TTAB senior midget district title got off to a smashing start Monday night in Ennis.
As a TTAB state tourney qualifier in 2010 and a 16-0 team so far this year, Bragg’s Appliance has to be considered the favorite heading into this week’s TTAB senior midget district tournament in Ennis.
The DRP Auto Body Hotshots lived up to their name this week at the TTAS District 4 Freshman Tournament, scorching their opponents by a 57-12 margin over four games to clinch the championship in Whitney on Thursday night.
While they still have some unfinished business to take care of, the DRP Auto Body Hotshots are on fire at this point in the season.
On Tuesday in Italy, the Keever Cheetahs got off to the quality start they were looking for in the TTAS junior district tournament. Facing the Hillsboro Misfits, the Cheetahs jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning and took care of business from there for a 6-2 victory. Each team finished with five hits and the Cheetahs had more errors (4-3).