Nov

23

Posted by : Monitor Admin | On : November 23, 2014

Courtesy Photo The U12 Renegades finished second in the fall Tri-County Soccer season.

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The U12 Renegades finished second in the fall Tri-County Soccer season.

Six teams compete Nov. 30

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MABANK–The Tri-County Soccer Association finished its final games of the season Nov. 15, and six talented teams earned the right to compete in the Dallas Tournament of Champions starting Nov. 30.
Teams earned the right to compete at the Tournament of Champions by winning first place in their division with Tri-County Soccer. The Tournament of Champions is hosted by North Texas Soccer each year.
Teams competing at the 2014 Tournament of Champions and represent Tri-County Soccer this year are:

•U10 Boys Destroyers
•U10 Girls Eliminators
•U12 Boys Legends
•U12 Girls Lady Destroyers
•U14 Boys Panthers
•U14 Girls Phantoms
•U16 Boys Skyhawks
•U16 Girls Lady Defeeters
•U19 Boys Texas Heat
•U19 Girls Lady Titans

Nov

20

Posted by : Monitor Admin | On : November 20, 2014

Monitor Photo/Summer Simpson Mabank Lady Panthers basketball player Madison Holyfield goes for the easy layup in Mabank’s 58-44 victory over Lindale Nov. 14 in Mabank.

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Mabank Lady Panthers basketball player Madison Holyfield goes for the easy layup in Mabank’s 58-44 victory over Lindale Nov. 14 in Mabank.


By Erik Walsh
Monitor Sports Editor

MABANK–Carson Marsh scored 32 points and grabbed nine rebounds – while going 10 for 10 from the free throw line – in The Lady Panthers season opening 58-44 victory over Lindale Nov. 14.
Mabank led the whole way, coming out to a quick 14-7 lead after the first quarter of play. By halftime the Lady Panthers doubled their scoring, gaining a 28-12 lead. Mabank added 12 more points in the third quarter and 18 in the fourth, cementing the win.
Marsh’s excellent play got Mabank going early and they never looked back. Her excellent play led the team in nearly every offensive and defensive category, including points (32), free throws made (10), rebounds (nine), assists (four) and steals (six).
Everything fell into place for the Lady Panthers and first year Head Coach Christie Shoulders was pleased with her team’s great start.
“I’m extremely happy and proud of the girls first game of the season,” Shoulders said. “They put forth a great effort and hustle. I am looking forward to more great things to come this season.”
Other statistical contributors for Mabank include Madison Holyfield (18 points, nine rebounds, three steals, six for six from the free throw line), Jill Odom (six points and one rebound), and Jessica Vess (two points, one rebound and two assists).
The Lady Panthers are back in action Nov. 21 at home when Forney comes to town.

Nov

16

Posted by : Monitor Admin | On : November 16, 2014

Courtesy Photo Seven Kemp Lady Yellowjackets were recognized on the District 12 All-District volleyball team. Pictured are (from left) Hannah Hosch, Academic All-District; Madison Thompson, Academic All-District and Honorable Mention; Emilee Weisinger, Honorable Mention; Emily Mullens, Academic All-District; Sarah Farley,  Academic All-District and Honorable Mention; Chasity Rodriguez, Academic All-District; Lucy Anderson, Academic All-District and Second Team All-District.

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Seven Kemp Lady Yellowjackets were recognized on the District 12 All-District volleyball team. Pictured are (from left) Hannah Hosch, Academic All-District; Madison Thompson, Academic All-District and Honorable Mention; Emilee Weisinger, Honorable Mention; Emily Mullens, Academic All-District; Sarah Farley, Academic All-District and Honorable Mention; Chasity Rodriguez, Academic All-District; Lucy Anderson, Academic All-District and Second Team All-District.

Six players score spots on District 12 All-Academic team

By Erik Walsh
Monitor Sports Editor

KEMP–Members of the 2014 Kemp Lady ’Jackets volleyball team were recognized for their strong play and academic performance by earning spots in the District 12 All-District Team this week.
The Lady Yellowjackets were led by returning starter and junior Lucy Anderson, who claimed a spot on the Second Team All-District and the Academic All-District Team. Sophomore Sarah Farley and junior Madison Thompson both scored Hoborable Mention All-District and a spot on the Academic All-District Team. Junior Emilee Weisinger earned Honorable Mention All-District honors.
Three other Lady ’Jackets were recognized for the scholastic successes. Sophomores Hannah Hosch and Emily Mullens, and junior Chasity Rodriguez gained Academic All-District honors.