The Madisonville men’s basketball team concluded non-district play on a high note Friday with a 62-44 victory over Navasota at MHS in a strong defensive showing. The Mustangs hosted Robinson in their district opener Tuesday.
Freshman Jeramiah Burns led the Mustangs with 18 points and eight rebounds in a 62-44 non-district win over Navasota Friday at MHS, their fourth straight victory. The Mustangs opened district play at home against Robinson Tuesday and will travel to China Spring Friday.
The Madisonville women’s basketball team dropped their first two district matchups last week to Mexia on the road Jan. 5 and La Vega at MHS Friday. The Lady Mustangs looked to rebound Tuesday in Robinson.
The North Zulch women’s basketball team improved to 3-1 in district play with sizable victories in Bartlett Jan. 5 and at NZHS Friday over Calvert. The Lady Bulldogs held their opponents to just 17 points in each matchup.
The North Zulch men’s basketball team split a pair of district matchups last week with a 48-34 win over Bartlett Jan. 5 and a 72-47 loss to Calvert at NZHS Friday. The split brought the Bulldogs’ overall district record to 3-1 entering Tuesday’s road matchup at Dime Box.
The Madisonville men’s soccer team welcomed 11 teams to Mustang Stadium Thursday through Saturday to compete in the program’s annual tournament at MHS. Eight of the 11 teams advanced to the tournament round, which took place Saturday.
The Madisonville women’s soccer team rebounded from a tough 8-0 loss in Huntsville to open their regular season Jan. 5 with a 1-0 win in Splendora Friday, the program’s first victory under new head coach Kourtney Johnson.
The Madisonville women’s basketball team began league play Tuesday in Mexia after concluding their non-district slate with a 55-36 win in Navasota Dec. 30. Olyvia Brooks led the Lady Mustangs in scoring in the victorywith 16 points.
The Madisonville men’s basketball team stayed hot in non-district play with three wins last week, including a 59-57 victory over Magnolia Thursday at MHS. “That was our best game all year,” said head coach Brad Taylor on Thursday’s win.
The North Zulch women’s basketball team picked up a pair of victories over former district foes Iola and Burton before resuming league play with a matchup in Bartlett Tuesday. The Lady Bulldogs were 1-1 in district entering Tuesday’s road matchup.