Eagle Sports Roundup: Oct. 14 – 21

Tennis ends fall season ranked No. 5 in state, volleyball has D1 commit

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Neena Sidhu

In the endzone, senior wide reciever Houston Hawkins catches the ball for a touchdown. The game was played Friday, Oct. 8 at Children’s Health Stadium against McKinney. The team has a bye week, with their next game being Friday, Oct. 22 away at Denton Braswell.

Neena Sidhu, Sports Editor

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Celebrating, senior Graydon Splawn faces the crowd after he gets a sack. Splawn plays as a defensive back. This is his first year on varsity. (Neena Sidhu)

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Scores from Oct. 7 – 14

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  • Varsity football beat McKinney 31-14 home Friday, Oct. 8, at Children’s Heath Stadium.
  • Varsity volleyball won to Denton Braswell away 3-1 Friday, Oct. 8, at 5:30 p.m. at Denton Braswell High School.
  • Varsity volleyball lost to Denton Guyer away 3-1 Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 6:30 p.m. at home.
  • Varsity tennis lost in a bi-district match away against Coppell High School 6-10, at home, Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 4 p.m.

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