SIGNING OFF

Cross Country Star Signs College Letter

Cross Country

Cross Country

Anna Adams, Staff Writer

Basketball

Girls Varsity

The ladies concluded January pummeling the Harlandale Indians by 60-33. Leaders on the court include: junior Clara Arroyos with 15 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 steals; Ileana Morales with 15 points and 6 steals; MaKenzee Decock with 8 points and 11 rebounds. 

The Panthers hosted the Southside Cardinals and won by 66-55. Star players include: Arroyos with 19 points, 8 rebounds, 4 blocks, and 4 steals; Decock with 16 rebounds; and Aubree Davidson with 7 clutch points in the fourth quarter. The victory awarded Medina Valley with the 28-5A district title.

Girls JV

Harlandale was no match for the Panthers, the latter scoring 19 points in the first quarter and winning by 57-19. Great players include: sophomore Paiten Trowbridge with 16 points; Illiana with 8 points; and Daniela Guevara with 7 points.

Girls Basketball

Boys Varsity

Harlandale beat the Panthers in a gritty game by 61-56; Christopher Child contributed 27 points.

Boys JV

Both games were cancelled.

Boys Freshmen

Medina Valley retaliated against Harlandale with a victory of 52-45. Notable performances were given by Manny Riojas, Anthony Guerrero, and Lorenzo Morales.

Boys Basketball

Soccer

Boys Varsity

A grueling loss was suffered against Southwest by 8-0.

However, the Panthers overpowered McCollum by 5-2. Key players include: Travis Barton with 2 points and 1 assist; Vicente Gonzales with 2 points and 1 assist; Yerson Gonzales with 1 point; Nathaniel Marasigan with 1 assist; and Troy Tomaselli with 1 assist.

Boys JV

The Panthers pummeled McCollum by 1-0, with the goal scored by Justin Bentacourt by a cross from Joaquin Rodriguez.

Boys Soccer

Girls Varsity

Southwest left the girls with a loss of 7-0 after a merciless match.

The ladies responded to the McCollum team with a triumph of 6-0. Special athletes include: Kaitlyn Davidson with 1 goal and 1 assist; Mykelti Griggs with 1 goal; Madison MacTaggart with 1 goal and 1 assist; Nadia Reyna with 1 goal; Abril Fernandez with 2 goals; Liliana Burch with 2 assists; and Alyssa Salazar with 2 assists.

Girls JV

The girls reluctantly lost by 2-0 in a ruthless battle against Southwest.

Girls Soccer

Cross Country

Senior and varsity runner Macy Livingston signed her letter of intent to run cross country and track at a university in South Alabama.

Keep up the admirable dedication and stellar performances, Panthers!