Dragon Girls Golf Team is SPC 4A Runner-up

Results from the week of April 22
4/23-24 girls at SPC Championships, Golf Club of Houston
SPC 4-A Runner-up

Coach Rod Gold: I am extremely proud of all the girls. Despite not having the best result on the first day of the tournament, we bounced back on Day 2 and the girls exceeded all expectations. They set a school record, shooting 312. The girls displayed tremendous camaraderie and exemplified the true meaning of TEAM. They supported each other and accomplished a common goal. We are celebrating a great season and we are excited for next year.
Next up for Dragon Golf:
April 30-May 1 boys at SPC Championships, Golf Club of Houston
4/23 vs. Awty*
Boys 3-2 W • Girls 5-0 W
4/24 at St. Stephen’s Episcopal*
Boys 3-2 L • Girls 4-1 W
4/24 at St. Andrew’s Episcopal*
Boys 4-1 W • Girls 5-0 W
Next up for Dragon Tennis:
May 2-4 at SPC Championships*, Dallas
4/25 vs. Tomball Kings • 7-2 W
Next up for Dragon Baseball:
April 30 vs. Tomball Kings, 6 p.m. SENIOR NIGHT
May 2-4 at SPC Championships, Dallas

4/23 vs. Houston Christian* • 14-2 L
• Daniela Villarreal provided a pop in the middle of the lineup and led the Dragons with two runs batted in.
• Villarreal also went two-for-two on the day.
• The Dragons did not commit a single error in the field.
4/26 vs. Bay Area Christian • 8-4 W
• Cameron Patterson struck out 13 batters.
• Sydney Kelly and Daniela Villarreal went three-for-four.
• Isa Attwood had a double.
• Zuri Bryson collected two hits.
• Villarreal stole four bases.
Coach Nicole Hedden:
We are eagerly anticipating our journey to Dallas for the SPC Championships, filled with excitement and readiness to keep pushing ourselves to improve by 1% every day!

Next up for Dragon Softball:
May 2-4 at SPC Tournament, Dallas
Next up for Dragon Track & Field:
May 3-4 at SPC Spring Championships at Greenhill School
*conference match up

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