HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER: Temple boys fall; girls win
One goal was enough for Waco to topple the Temple boys in District 18-5A play, while the Lady Wildcats defeated the Lady Lions 2-1 on Tuesday night.
The Wildcats (5-7-6, 3-2-4), who have three league games remaining, are back in action at 8 p.m. Friday against College Station A&M Consolidated at Woodson Field.
Destiny Pegues and Alisha Nesbitt scored for the Lady Wildcats (12-7-3, 3-4-2), who play at Consol on Friday.
HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER: Belton boys, girls win big
Belton swept a pair of District 8-6A games Tuesday night with the boys beating Killeen Shoemaker 9-0 and the girls defeating the Lady Grey Wolves 7-1.
Oscar Vargas (two), Kamryn Gilmore, Ethan Evelyn, Oscar Vargas, A.J. Hernandez, Dawson White, Jack Cornette and Daylen Harrison had goals for the Tigers (11-2-4, 8-1-1).
Tiarra Hodges had three goals, Morgan Magana tallied twice, and Erica Anderson and Georgia Helein recorded one goal apiece for the Lady Tigers (12-6-2, 8-2-1).
The Belton boys are at Hewitt Midway on Friday while the Lady Tigers host the Pantherettes.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL: UMHB players earn ASC All-West honors
BELTON — LaKendric Hyson was named Co-Newcomer of the Year to highlight Mary Hardin-Baylor’s selections on the men’s American Southwest Conference All-West Division team.
Hyson, a junior wing, averaged 15.5 points and 4.5 rebounds and had team highs of 32 blocks and 35 steals in his first season with the Crusaders (17-9). He also was named to the all-defensive team.
Junior forward Brian Long was a first-team pick after averaging 14.8 points and 5.7 rebounds. Junior guard Demarius Cress was voted to the second team, and senior wing Aubrie King and junior forward Shaq Martin received honorable mention.
COLLEGE GOLF: UMHB men tie for eighth
AUSTIN — Mary Hardin-Baylor moved up three spots in the final round Tuesday to finish in a tie for eighth place at the Linda Lowery Invitational.
The Crusaders (317-316—633) came in 47 strokes behind champion Concordia Texas in the 18-team event at River Place Country Club.
Cade Govender (79-75—154) paced UMHB and tied for 17th in the individual standings, and Zach Daroowala (76-83—159), Kyle Revis (78-83—161), Kade Bentley (85-78—163) and Bryce Parker (84-80—164) completed the Crusaders’ card.