February 15, 2023

Varsity Girls Basketball Finish Third in District

Varsity girls basketball earned a spot in the TAPPS 4A playoffs for the third straight year. They finished this season as third in district, losing Tuesday in the Area round of playoffs to Incarnate Word Academy-Corpus Christi. Addi McLain led the team with 13 points and dominated the post position. Sarah Olenick contributed with 10 points, closing in the score in the third quarter to one point after an amazing 3-pointer! This was definitely one of the team’s best-played games all season.

This was Coach Daija Coleman’s first year as head coach. She said, “I couldn’t be prouder of the way the girls worked together and used their God-given blessings on the court.”

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