The regional quarterfinals are tonight in the HS volleyball playoffs. The Wall Lady Hawks have won 34 matches and reached the third round of the playoffs for the first time. Wall can reach the regional tournament with a win over Shallowater at 6pm in Colorado City. Miles is in the regional quarterfinals at 6pm versus DeLeon from Eastland. Water Valley battles Vernon Northside at 6pm at Ranger Junior College and Bronte plays Benjamin at 6:30pm in Albany….the season starts tonight for Lake View Maidens basketball as they host Rochelle at 6:30pm from Ben Norton Gym. Central Lady Cats basketball will host Midland Lee at 6pm.
The season tips off tonight for Angelo State Belles Basketball as ASU hosts Texas Wesleyan at 7pm at the Junell Center. The Belles have won the Lone Star Conference championship three straight years and went to the Sweet 16 last season. The Belles bring back two starters from last season including all-conference post Dee Moore. This will be the first time in 20 years that ASU and Texas Wesleyan have played in women’s basketball. Listen to ASU Belles basketball starting at 6:40pm on angelosports.com or on the air at 1260AM KKSA
The #21 Angelo State Rams lost just their second game this season, a 20-17 overtime loss at Eastern New Mexico on Saturday. The Rams had the ball at Eastern’s 35-yard line with under 90 seconds left but could not score. ASU QB Payne Sullins was sacked seven times. Angelo State is now 8-2 but the Rams’ national playoff hopes are in jeopardy and ASU must win at home this Saturday in their season finale against #24 Texas A&M-Commerce to make the playoffs….Angelo State volleyball won both of their road matches this weekend to improve to 23-2 overall and 15-1 in the LSC. ASU volleyball will host two matches this weekend at home. ASU soccer won their season finale 2-1 over St. Edward’s and the Belles will be the #6 seed in the LSC soccer tournament starting tomorrow at Lubbock Christian.
The San Angelo Central Bobcats are headed back to the playoffs for the 10th year in a row after a 34-31 win over Fort Worth Haltom in the season finale. The Bobcats finish the regular season 6-4 and will play district champion, Arlington Martin, on Friday at 7pm at Maverick Stadium at UTA…..Lake View suffered a heartbreaking defeat in double overtime in Big Spring. The Chiefs lost 42-41 as Big Spring converted on a two-point conversion to win the game in double OT. Lake View will play Clint in the playoffs on Friday at 7pm in Fort Stockton.