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Trinity falls to rival Coldspring

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040121 baseball 2TONY FARKAS | TCNS Trinity Tiger Third Baseman Cole Caldwell slides into third following his opening at-bat triple during the Friday game with Coldspring-Oakhurst. Despite going on to score, the Tigers lost to the Trojans 18-1.

News-Tribune staff

TRINITY — Hot bats gave the Coldspring-Oakhurst Trojans a win over the Trinity Tigers on Friday.

Tiger head coach Chad Kinney said senior Sam Allen gave up a total of 4 earned runs and 1 RBI at the plate, and junior Cole Caldwell went 2-for-2 with a triple and a run scored. Freshmen Remi Lassman and Cole Hortman each went 1-for-2 with a double, and freshman David McKendree walked twice.

Trinity managed to put up a few hits, but couldn’t string together enough to counter Coldspring-Oakhurst.

Kinney said that due to having players out, the next game — Onalaska on Thursday — they will be starting five or six freshmen.

Trojan Head Coach Austin Riddell said it was a great overall team win.

Easton Dean, who also carried pitching duties, went 4-for-5 and hit for the cycle, including his first high school-career home run. He also put up three strikeouts while allowing only two hits.

Riddell said this week is going to be a tough test, as they were to play New Waverly on Tuesday at home, and then travel to Anderson-Shiro on Thursday.

“This will be a great measuring tool to see where we truly stand in our district and we are excited for the opportunity,” he said.

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Lady Tiger wins state meet

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032521 powerliftingCOURTESY PHOTO Kailyn Fisher displays her first-place award for taking top honors at the State 3A Powerlifting meet on March 16 in Corpus Christi.

News-Standard staff

CORPUS CHRISTI — Kailyn Fisher took top honors at the State 3A Powerlifting meet on March 16.

The Lady Tiger lifted a personal best squat of 520 pounds, did a 285-pound bench press, a personal best 450-pound deadlift and hit a new state totals record of 1,255 pounds.

Her efforts put Trinity at seventh in the team standings, which was won by Edinburg Idea College Prep.

At the 1-2A State Meet held March 15, Groveton’s Jadan Alsip took eighth place and Lexia Blanks brought home 10th-place hardware.

Kylie Voelker and Chloe Meshell bombed out on squats, which ended their competition for the season.

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Groveton Invitational Baseball Tournament

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031121 baseball 1TONY FARKAS | TCNS Reece White makes contact with a pitch during the Groveton Invitational Tournament on Thursday. Groveton won its two outings, 9-1 over Trinity and 5-2 over Normagee.

Thursday Results

Groveton 9, Trinity 1

Groveton 5, Normangee 2

Warren 5, Trinity 3

Diboll 8, Normangee 4

Diboll 13, Warren 2

031121 baseball 2TONY FARKAS | TCNS Kaleb Coots brings the heat against a Normagee batter during the Groveton Invitation Tournament on Thursday.

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Trinity girls take 3rd in district

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021121 bkb 4COURTESY PHOTO The Centerville Lady Bulldogs are headed to the playoffs against Zavalla on Thursday.

TCNS staff

TRINITY — After a win last week, the Trinity Lady Tigers fell to district rival Onalaska on Saturday to place third in the district.

Trinity lost in overtime 57-52, even though the Feb. 2 score was a 40-37 win.

The Lady Tigers next play East Barnard at 6 p.m. Thursday at Waller High School.

The Tiger boys lost to Tarkington 54-48 on Saturday. Trey Goodman led scorers with 21 points, and Jakai Miller-Gates chipped in 16.

Trinity was to play New Waverly on Tuesday and Anderson-Shiro on Thursday.

On Feb. 2, Trinity overpowered Onalaska 67-57.

021121 bkb 3TONY FARKAS | TCNS Trinity Tiger center Terius Maxie (No. 22) attempts a bucket during a district game against Tarkington on Saturday.

Apple Springs

Coach Michael Powell said the Lady Eagles finished district play with a 2-10 record.

“We beat Kennard twice, but lost to everyone else,” he said.

The Eagles went 0-10 in district with two games left to play this week.

Their last game, Feb. 2 vs. Laneville, ended up a 68-20 loss.

Centerville

Head Coach Kevin Parker said the Lady Bulldogs will be advancing to the playoffs and will face Zavalla in the Bi-District Round on Thursday in Huntington.

Boys

Feb. 5 vs. Kennard, 59-42 loss.

Girls

Feb. 5 vs. Kennard, 55-36 win.

Feb. 3 vs. Neches, 50-19 loss.

Groveton

Coach Rogelyn Andrews said the Lady Indians are tied with Leon for fourth place in district.

Groveton was to play Tuesday in Grapeland, and the winner will move on to play Martin's Mill Friday in Bi-District. 

 

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Powerlifting season kicks off

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020421 powerliftingCOURTESY PHOTO Austin Cummins prepares for the deadlift during the Jan. 30 Splendora Invitational Powerlifting meet. Cummins posted a fifth-place finish, and the team placed sixth.

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SPLENDORA — The Tigers boys and girls powerlifting teams each placed sixth at the Splendora Invitational on Jan. 30.

Trey Goodman placed first individually, while Austin Cummins placed second. Blake Dumas managed a fifth-place posting.

For the girls, Deandra Mills and Gracie Robb each nabbed a second-place posting.

Boys’ results

Top 10 overall

Fifth: Austin Cummins

10th: Trey Goodman

Individual results

First: Trey Goodman with a total of 1,205 pounds

Second: Austin Cummins with a total of 1,280 pounds

Fifth: B. Dumas with a total of 865 pounds

Girls’ results

Third: Deandra Mills with 550 pounds, Gracie Robb with 560 pounds

Fourth: Ailin Marquez with 450 pounds, Joshlyn Ainsworth with 540 pounds, Maria Mendoza with 615 pounds

Seventh: Zoey Hawkins with 515 pounds

Eighth: Izabella Love with 550 pounds

2021 Tiger Strong Invitational

Jan. 23

Boy's Team standing

Sixth

Top 10 overall

First: Trey Goodman

Fourth: Austin Cummins

Individual Results

First: Trey Goodman with 1,240 pounds, Austin Cummins with 1,215 pounds

Third: Remington Lassman with 880 pounds

Fifth: Blake Dumas with 890 pounds

Girls Team standing

Third

Top 10 overall

First: Kailyn Fisher

Individual results

First: Kailyn Fisher with 1195 pounds

Second: Maria Mendoza with 575 pounds, Deandra Mills with 555 pounds, Gracie Robb with 465 pounds, Ailin Martinez with 460 pounds

Third: Jojo Ainsworth with 465 pounds

Fourth: Alivia Wallace with 395 pounds, Izabella Love with 500 pounds

Bulldog Nation Invitational

Jan. 14

Girls Results

Team standing

Second

Top 10 overall

First: Kailyn Fisher

Fourth: Alyssa Hill

10th: Myona Wilson

Individual results

First: Kailyn Fisher with 1165 pounds, Maria Mendoza with 565 pounds

Second: Alyssa Hill with 695 pounds, Deandra Mills with 555 pounds

Third: Myona Wilson with 570 pounds, Sierra Smith with 475 pounds, Ailin Martinez with 455 pounds

Fifth: Izabella Love with 455 pounds

Boys Results

Team standing

Sixth

Top 10 overall

Ninth: Austin Cummins

10th: Trey Goodman

Individual results

First: Trey Goodman with 1180 pounds

Third: Austin Cummins with 1185 pounds

Fourth: Remington Lassman with 720 pounds

Sixth: Blake Dumas with 855 pounds, Trey Smith with 565 pounds

Eighth: Taylor Hayden with 775 pounds

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