The Varsity Arabians are off to a powerful start to district. Continue reading “Varsity Arabians begin District by beating Lady Owls”
District starts Friday against Crystal City, and with a 13-9 record, the Warhorses are ready to face their tough district competition. Continue reading “Warhorses finish pre-District strong”
The Arabian powerlifting team placed third in its official first meet of the 2020 season, narrowly missing second place by a single point 31-30. Continue reading “Arabian powerlifting places 3rd, Terrazas named Best Overall Lifter”
The first district game did not go as planned and we ended up losing to Hondo 39 to 25. Continue reading “JV Arabians fall to Hondo”
With pre-district coming to a close, the JV Warhorses are still putting the pieces of their game together. Continue reading “JV Warhorses play Marion and Lytle”
The Freshman Warhorses increased their winning record by two last week after beating Marion and Lytle. “The first games after a long layoff always worry me as a coach because of the limited gym time. The way the young men played I could not be more proud. Their energy and effort for both road wins was through the roof. All we demand as coaches is effort, and this team continues to answer the bell in that regard. Everyone on the team is making key contributions. That makes us a very hard team to beat. This week will be one of our toughest of the year as we host Fredericksburg and Crystal City to open district play. We are 14-4 on the year.” Coach Quenton Sanders
The Warhorses took the lead from Marion early in the first and never looked back. Leading 26-12 at the end of the first, they increased their lead to 40-23 at the half. In the second half, the Warhorses were outscored 13-19 in the third but they held on to their lead and came back in the fourth to win it 61-48.
Rylan Mata 2, Noah Macias 4, Cadence Hanson 18, Jaiden Burford 4, Juan Lopez 5, Juan Billalobos 2, Aiden Zapata 5, Jacob Antu 8, Kaiveri Alvarez 9, Joaquin Philippi 4. Q1 26-12, Q2 40-23, Q3 53-42, Q4 61-48. FTP 50%.
Lytle could not get the ball past the Warhorse defense on January 10th. Devine won 42-15 after an offensively aggressive game. Leading 21-4 at the half, the Freshman continued to press the Pirates and take advantage of their mistakes. Macias lead with 8 points in the third. The fourth quarter was the slowest for both teams with Devine outscoring Lytle 4-3.
Macias 4, Hanson 16, Lopez 2, Nick Ortiz 2, Zapata 2, Antu 2, Alvarez 4, Philippi 10. Q1 10-4, Q2 21-4, Q3 38-12, Q4 42-15.
By Dicy Chambers
The Arabian powerlifting team begins its 2020 season Thursday, January 9 at Texas Strength Systems (TSS) in San Antonio while the Warhorses get started on January 16 at the same facility. Continue reading “DHS powerlifting season underway”
The Arabians played two games in two days against tough teams to start the new year. Continue reading “Arabians ready for district”
The Warhorse traveled down to Rockport-Fulton to compete in their last tournament of the season. Continue reading “Warhorses compete in Rockport-Fulton Tournament”
The JV Arabians have been playing hard basketball during the winter break with practices and by winning two of their four games. Continue reading “JV Arabians busy during break”