Lady Cards Volleyball & Cross-Country Updates

Maud TX Independent School DistrictFrom Shannon Williams, Girls Athletic Coordinator at Maud ISD:

Maud Lady Cardinals defeated the James Bowie Lady Pirates in 5 games @ James Bowie.
Scores: 18-25, 25-15, 25-16, 23-25, 15-8

Maud moves to 3-1 in District Play. The Lady Cardinals next game is Tuesday, September 29th at 4:30. The JV will play first and varsity to follow. The Lady Cardinals will face Rivercrest in Maud.

Leading Scores:
Mara Wilson 19, Harley Dear 15, Ashley Barnette 7,Allie Liles 13, Amanda McCoskey and Bri Hemby both with 3 points a piece.

Allie Liles 10, Ashley Barnette 6, Amanda McCoskey 5, NaKeyla Mitchell 4, Lille Love 2, Mara Wilson and Bri Hemby with 1 a piece.

Mara Wilson 4, Ashley Barnette 3, NaKeyla Mitchell and Lillie Love with 1 kill each.

Mara Wilson and Lillie Love with 2 each.

Harley Dear with 9.

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From Cory Fothergill, Girls Track Coach at Maud:

The Maud Cross Country team competed at the Titus County Cross Country Invitational at Mount Pleasant High School this morning. We had Varsity Boys and Junior High Girls running for the first time this season in addition to Varsity Girls. Results are listed below:

Varsity Girls–2 miles
Lane Carr–10th place (13:23)
Rachel McAnally–132nd place (18:37)
Carlee Mathis–142nd place (19:26)

Varsity Boys–5K (3.1 miles)
Patrick Doyle–54th place (19:22)
Jordan Creutz–92nd place (20:40)
Josiah Barry–101st place (21:10)
Holden Jones–134th place (23:11)

Junior High Girls–2 miles
Alyssa Hawley-Twite–68th place (16:54)
Donna Autrey–87th place (17:38)
Avery Culpepper–91st place (18:00)

I was really proud of all the kids that ran today. The first-time runners did an outstanding job, and all three Varsity Girls improved their times from the previous meet! Next Saturday we will compete in the East Texas Charter School Backwoods Gallop, to be held at LeTourneau University in Longview.

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