Dragon Girls Golf Wraps Up Season As Spring Teams Finish Regular Conference Play

Results from the week of April 17

VARSITY GOLF
4/17-18 girls at SPC Championships at The Woodlands Country Club-The Trails
 
Darcy Wright was named All-SPC with a two-day total of 171.
 
Coach Rod Gold: The girl's team will miss the camaraderie that senior Alicia Fein provided every day. She was very supportive of her teammates and competed for all four years of high school. Looking ahead, the  team is going to be very strong next year, building off the legacy on which Alicia and Tillie (Claggett ’22) have laid a foundation.
 
 
Next up for Dragon Golf:
April 24-25 boys at SPC Championships, Ridglea Country Club, Fort Worth
 
 
VARSITY TENNIS
4/18 at Awty International*
Boys 5-0 W • Girls 3-2 L
 
4/21 vs. St. Stephen’s Episcopal*
Boys 4-1 L • Girls 4-1 L
 
4/22 vs. St. Andrew’s Episcopal*
Boys 3-2 L • Girls 5-0 W
 
Next up for Dragon Tennis:
April 27-29 at SPC Championships, Fort Worth
 
 
VARSITY BASEBALL
4/21 at Houston Christian* • 9-5 L
 
Next up for Dragon Baseball:
April 24 vs Tomball Kings, 6 p.m. Senior Night
April 27-29 at SPC Championships, Fort Worth   
 
 
VARSITY SOFTBALL
4/18 at St. John’s* • 8-2 L
Coach Nicole Hedden: Grace Minarovic went for the long ball in the first inning on a two-run homer. Minarovic and Maggie Flinn each collected one hit.
 
4/21 vs Duchesne* • 18-0 W
Coach Nicole Hedden: Senior night was amazing.
 
Next up for Dragon Softball:
April 24 vs St. John XXIII, 4:30 p.m.
April 27-29 at SPC Championships, Fort Worth   
 
 
VARSITY TRACK & FIELD
Next up for Dragon Track & Field:
April 28-29 SPC Championships, Fort Worth Country Day
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