Dragon Winter Sports Teams Wrap Up Season Before SPC Championship Play

Results from the week of January 30
2/3 at Awty* • 52-18 W
The Dragons are 5-2 in conference play as they head to the SPC Championships next week

Coach Matthew Wilson: The boys capped off a strong SPC slate with a lopsided victory over Awty International Friday evening. The team has really come together over the last month and is playing some high-quality basketball. This has resulted in a 5-2 finish in the South Zone, our strongest showing since 2006. We have secured a two seed in the SPC 3-A Championship Tournament and look forward to competing in Dallas.

Next up for Dragon Boys Basketball:
February 9-11 at SPC Championships, Dallas area

1/31 at Duchesne* • 41-33 L
2/3 at Awty* • 37-29 L

Coach BJ Feuerhelm: We are excited to continue our season as we head to Dallas for the SPC championships. We have seen some good things and the girls have done a great job of keeping the spirit and energy levels high.  

Next up for Dragon Girls Basketball:
February 9-11 at SPC Championships, Dallas area

2/3 at Awty* • 3-0 L

Next up for Dragon Boys Soccer:

February 9-11 at SPC Championships, Dallas area

1/31 at Duchesne* • 5-0 L
2/3 at Awty* • 1-0 W

Coach Friederike Engel: We lost on Tuesday against Duchesne but won our last regular season game on Friday 1-0 against Awty. The girls played well and created many chances. Maddie Burchfiel scored the game-winning goal – a great shot from a distance. We are looking forward to the SPC tournament and hope to carry over the excitement from last night. 

Next up for Dragon Girls Soccer:
February 9-11 at SPC Championships, Dallas area

Next up for Dragon Swim & Dive:
February 10-11 at SPC Championships, Lewisville ISD Natatorium, Lewisville, TX

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