That’s right, the high school season is just about over. Regional championships have been decided, the state tournaments are seeded and scheduled, and Genai Kerr is coming to Texas! We cover the big beats of last weekend’s competition, highlight our players of the week, and give the “final” TXWP
The second TAGS tournament of the past 12 months went off without much of a hitch in Pearland last weekend with Pegasus taking home the hardware for all four competition groups. We speak with Head Coach Spencer Dornin about the rapid rise of his club, expectations for its future,
Don’t forget to submit your nominations for players of the week by Tuesday each week. Player of the Week, Girls Charlotte Newport, Baytown Sterling High School, Grade 12 Charlotte scored 22 goals over the weekend. She had a total nine drawn ejections while managing to steal the ball 23
Not bad for a team that began varsity play in 2019. Texas’ only NCAA women’s varsity team now owns the distinction of being only the 5th ever program to win a CWPA Division III Championship. We talk with Mark Lawrence about the season and what comes next for the
Don’t forget to submit your nominations for players of the week by Tuesday each week. Player of the Week, Girls Tessa Welch, Memorial HS (Houston), Grade 12 In two big victories over top teams in Houston she scored seven goals, had five steals, three field blocks, and four assists.
If there’s a water polo job in Texas that Chris Cullen does not have we’d like to know about it. Today he talks with Joe about becoming the NISCA Regional Chairperson, a position connected with selecting All-American prep water polo players from Texas and beyond each year. We also
Don’t forget to submit your nominations for players of the week by Tuesday each week. Player of the Week, Girls Kaylee Goodwin, Grade 12, Hebron Kaylee racked up 15 goals, five steals, four assists, and earned five ejectionsin Hebron’s 2-0 weekend vs Lake Highlands and MacArthur. Kaylee has now
Austin College went to Pennsylvania and returned undefeated after four entertaining matches, including wins over Division II Gannon and Mercyhurst. We talk with two of their award-winning athletes Lexi Wong and Sophie Oliver. Jeff Chandler is a two-time state high school championship winner at Cy-Creek and is in the