By Brooke Mitcham
COLMESNEIL – The Lady Dogs volleyball team received several district awards for the 2019 season.
They placed first in district and only lost one game during district play. Senior Lacy Reynolds played a phenomenal season and took the award of Overall MVP in the district. Junior Lauren O’Neal and Junior Brooke Mitcham received the award of 1st team. 2nd team consisted of Senior Shelby Patrick, Senior Taya Fowler, and Junior Erin Frazier. Junior Mckayla Pittman, Junior Sunnie Wilkinson, and Sophomore Kaitlyn Odom. Reynolds also received 1st team Academic-Allstate and Fowler received second team Academic-All-State.
The Lady Dogs fought hard throughout the season and plan to come back even stronger next year.
Lady Dog, Bulldog basketball action heats up
The Lady Dog basketball girls played Sabine Pass at the R.B. Moffett Gymnasium and sadly could not pull out a win.
They fought hard throughout the game and the final score was 28-48. The next game for the Lady Dogs was on Monday, Nov. 25 against Tenaha the R.B. Moffett Gymnasium, then they played on Tuesday against Evadale, also on their home court. The scores of these games are unavailable at press time.
The Lady Dogs are fighting hard to improve each day and are preparing for district play.
The Bulldog basketball team traveled to Beaumont on Tuesday, Nov. 19 to play Harmony Science.
The Dogs fought hard and took home a win. The final score of the game was 57-54.
Senior Kaleb Powers scored 14 points, had 5 assists, and 3 steals.
The Bulldogs are currently and 2-0 in preseason and are working hard to keep up the hard work. The Bulldogs played Bob Hope on Tuesday, Nov. 26. Results of this game are unavailable at press time.