The Cooper Pirates will take a 1-0 district record and four-game winning streak into this Thursday night when they face Lubbock High at Lowrey Field.
It was a crushing loss for the Red Raiders on Saturday after they looked to be in control of things for much of the ballgame.
One team that is feeling pretty good about themselves after this weekend is the Frenship Tigers, who opened up district play with a 63-28 win over the Monterey Plainsmen.
Despite dropping a 14-point lead to the mountaineers in the final minutes, at times we saw Texas Tech look as good as we've seen them all season. The offense was balanced and clicking for the most part putting up 565 yards of total offense.
Last night many teams around the city opened district play. Let us recap the action for you.
After a two game road trip to open conference play, the Red Raiders (2-4, 0-3) hosted the West Virginia Mountaineers (4-2, 2-1) this afternoon at Jones AT&T Stadium.
The Lubbock Christian volleyball team looked to build on it's 10-1 record on the road against West Texas A&M. The Lady Chaps won the first set 26-24, but fell in the end 3-1 for the ladies' second loss of the season.
The Cooper Pirates will take a three-game winning streak into their district opener with San Angelo Lake View, after a rout of Amarillo Caprock, 46-15, this past Friday.
Fall practice has officially begun for the Lady Raider basketball team and while Coach Whitaker has brought in several new faces. There's a familiar one returning in forward Kelsi Baker.
We're still dissecting Texas Tech's loss to Kansas State and we're seeing the same trend that we have all season.