When the Adams and the Nettles families were applying for loans to build Lubbock Indoor Courts, their business plan included an optimistic one sports tournament a month. Tressa Adams referred to that plan as “very conservative,” even while acknowledging the massive 60,000-square-foot metal building houses four hardwood courts and four courts on a multi-use sports […]
A sophomore on the Frenship High School volleyball team was asked to decorate a volleyball for a fan in middle school, but went one step further by attending the younger girl’s games. Marybeth Sandercox was named the November winner of the FHS Parent Teacher Student Association Acts of Kindness award for her encouragement to a […]
WOODROW — Frenship volleyball spent the better part of its first 30 non-district games working out kinks and trying to prevent teams from going on runs. On Tuesday, in the Tigers’ final pre-district match, it looked like Frenship finally had it down. Frenship swept aside Cooper (25-20, 27-25, 25-23) in a hard-fought match, capitalizing on […]
After sitting out last season because of an illness, Frenship coach Jennifer McCully is ready to lead the Tigers to the top of district play once again. McCully, 34, has an autoimmune condition that sidelined her last year, at times making it difficult for her to walk let alone coach high school volleyball. “I was […]
The Frenship volleyball team started strong at the Graham tournament today as it won its three pool play games. They defeated Shallow 25-12,-25 15; Eastern Hills 25-13, 25-18 and Graham 25-19 23-25, 25-19 The Tigers will begin bracket play tomorrow at 8 a.m. but do not know who they will face yet. Frenships record is 11-1.
The swine flu is effecting UIL sporting events. The UIL has announced today that all UIL sporting events including baseball, softball, tennis and track have been postponed until May 11 in order to help prevent the spread of the disease. This immediately effects Frenship sporting events that were to take place this week. The baseball […]
Although she was one of the most feared offensive volleyball players in the area, Bailey Jones never expected to receive the accomplishments she did during her senior season.
“With the records, it was just a matter of me playing,” said Jones. “I play hard every day and that is where it got me.”
The Tigers lost in three matches to Randall on Tuesday to end their run in the playoffs. The Tigers last three losses of the season came from Randall. Frenship posted its best season in school history with 35 wins. The Tigers had 27 wins last season and 29 wins two years ago.
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