Alyssa Conde scored twice and the Ellison girls soccer team took sole possession of fourth place in District 8-5A on Tuesday with a 3-0 home victory over Killeen.
Mikayla Wozniak scored the only goal the Lady Eagles needed, bumping in a cross from Lulo Moreno with her hip in the 10th minute.
Ashley Street earned the clean sheet in goal with seven saves for the Lady Eagles (7-9, 4-3 8-5A).
Conde has 11 goals on the season.
Chrissy Bowling had six saves for Killeen (2-9-2, 1-6).
LAMPASAS GIRLS 2, ROBINSON 1: At Lampasas, Caitlyn Shaughnessy and Qadrey Tolliver each scored a goal and the Lady Badgers edged District 34-4A leader Robinson.
Shaughnessy scored off a cross from Sierra Rash in the first half. In the second half, Maria Salinas flicked a header to Tolliver to make it 2-0.
Robinson broke the shutout, scoring off a corner kick with 10 minutes remaining.
Pending the outcome of other games, the Lampasas could have a share of the district lead.
LAMPASAS BOYS 4, ROBINSON 3, OT: Michael Brazell scored with five minutes remaining in the second half of overtime and the Badgers rallied from a 2-0 deficit.
Nick Lawson scored two goals for the Badgers, on a penalty kick and a throw-n by Josh Parrish, to tie the game at 2. But Robinson took a 3-2 lead in the second half on a penalty kick of its own.
With three minutes remaining, Lampasas’ Markos Terrazos tied the game at 3.
Lampasas travels to Lorena on Friday.
TEMPLE BOYS 3, COPPERAS COVE 2: At Temple, Alex Sinclair scored both goals in a losing effort for the Bulldawgs.
Salado sending three girls to regional powerlifting meet
SALADO — The Salado girls powerlifting team is sending three qualifiers and two alternates to the Region II Championships on March 1 in Gatesville.
Keshlei Bridges, Maddie Graham and Madeline McCulloch all qualified in their respective weight divisions.
Kindell Hill and Rosine Smith will go as alternates.
UMHB’s Schimmels wins Linda Lowery Invitational
AUSTIN — Mary Hardin-Baylor senior Robbie Schimmels fired a 72 in the final round to win the Linda Lowery Invitational on Tuesday.
Schimmels, a former Ellison standout, made up a two-stroke deficit and won by two shots with a two-day tally of 145. His score helped the Cru men finish third in the team competition in their first outing of the spring.
UMHB finished at 617, eight shots behind winner and tourney host Concordia.
Defending national champion UT-Tyler finished fourth at 624.
The two-day, 36-hole event was played on the par-72, 6,983-yard layout at Falconhead Golf Club.
Cru baseballers beat Texas Lutheran in season opener
SEGUIN — Robert Loewe had two hits, scored twice and drove in three runs Tuesday to lead the Mary Hardin-Baylor baseball team to a 9-4 win over Texas Lutheran in the Cru’s season opener.
The Cru led all the way after Loewe opened the scoring in the top of the first with an RBI single.
Tripp Reeves’ RBI single in the sixth gave UMHB a 7-1 lead.
Texas Lutheran fell to 5-3.
Cru softball splits home opener with Texas Lutheran
BELTON — Myranda Hinojosa gave the Mary Hardin-Baylor softball team the lead for good with a fifth-inning RBI single Tuesday and the Cru won for the first time this season, 5-1, in the opening game of a doubleheader with Texas Lutheran.
Tori Gomez followed Hinojosa’s hit with a two-run double.
UMHB (1-5) lost the second game 7-1.
Leah Brown scored the Cru’s lone run with her first collegiate homer in the bottom of the second.