"I thought the field was much tougher this year," Navasota head coach Tommy Gates said. Maria Rocha placed 14th among 35 in the girls’ field, he said. After narrowly failing to qualify for the regional last year, she was the best chance from either team to advance. She finished in 13 minutes and 36 seconds, 41 seconds from moving onto the regional. "It took her a while to get going," Gates said of Rocha, who has asthma and carries a pump. "Usually she runs a really good first mile and sustains."
She was named the conference newcomer of the year last season, her first with the team. Freeman finished second in the conference with 2.4 steals per game and was third with 3.3 assists per game. She averaged 10.9 points and 5.6 rebounds per game, both 15th in the conference. Relief pitcher Garrett Harris has been released by the Kansas City Royals. The Anderson-Shiro High graduate spent two years in the organization's farm system.
Rikard said the Iola High School graduate was injured during a Sept. 5 loss to Texas State University. She had two kills and one block assist in one set of that match. Gooch played in seven matches. She was named to the Sept. 1-2 Chattanooga Classic all-tournament team. East Texas Baptist University freshman defensive specialist/libero Sarah Montemayor had a season-high 13 set assists against Sul Ross State University. The Navasota resident also tied her season high of four digs.
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Selecting a term
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