It was a weekend of coming up just short for Laredo Community College as the volleyball team was edged in five sets at Wharton County Junior College Saturday while the soccer team fell 3-2 in overtime at home against San Jacinto-South College after winning a day prior. "We played really well on Saturday. I can’t complain about the level of play," LCC head coach Brittany Harry said. "We had some marathon matches at the end of that match. I know they have the fight to win.
LBJ faces a former district foe coming off a 10-win season hosting Winn at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the SAC while No. 11 United faces a ranked opponent on the road for the second straight week at No. 6 San Antonio Reagan. In the third season since the UISD teams moved up to 6A, Winn shared the District 29-5A title in 2016 before making a run to the third round of the playoffs. That run included a 10-6 win over Nixon in the area round, and the Mavericks beat LBJ 21-0 on the way to a 10-3 finish.
Panthers eager to get back on fieldAfter rallying from an 18-point deficit in the second half only to lose the lead in the final minute of last week’s opener, United South is eager to return to action Thursday as it hosts Harlingen at 7 p.m. at the SAC. The Panthers (0-1) scored three times in the fourth quarter last week to pull ahead, but San Antonio Wagner ate five minutes off the clock getting the game-winning touchdown with 23 seconds remaining for a 41-38 victory.
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