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2006 BHS Middle School Tournament

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Sept. 17, 2006

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On the left side of this screen you will see buttons linking you to photographs of your daughters.  I am sorry that I could not get to all the teams and take photos of all the daughters.  There just wasn't enough time! 

 

Sept. 16, 2006

Trinity Lutheran Triumphs at BHS Tournament

By Carlos Febles

 

Bellaire, Texas - Trinity Lutheran School went undefeated to win the BHS Middle School Tournament. Their upset victory was the classic case of David and Goliath. Trinity a school with a student body of 165 students beat the likes of Pin Oak, 1,200 students.

Coming out of pool play with a 6-0 record, Trinity defeated West Briar Middle school in the first round of the playoffs. Their toughest challenge came in a three-game match from perennial favorite Bellville, (tied for third) who has been in the championship game the last two years. “This group is little big younger than we have had in the past, said Bellville Head Coach Mareen Merek. “We are more concerned now that we take this, and learn from it. We’ve got one more tournament, so hopefully we’ll win the next one.”

The win over Bellville put Trinity in the championship match. Their opponent, River Oaks Baptist School went undefeated in pool play with a 6-0 record. Another one of smaller schools with middle school population of 300, River Oaks had their own Goliath battles with the likes of Lanier Middle School,1,300 students. In the first round of the playoffs, River Oaks had a tough win over St. Marks Episcopal who tied for third place. “We played St. Marks who was really good and we were able to barely beet on the second game," said Beth Rodriguez River Oaks Head Coach.

Several times during the championship match it appeared that River Oaks was going to win, but difficulties with their serve receive took their momentum. “I mean they can just loll you to sleep with those little underhand serves but then they hammer the ball, said Coach Rodriguez. “They (Trinity) are very well coached, just a great team. They had some good serves that we could not handle down to the wire. I am proud of my team. We fought hard but the other team deserved to win because they played better than we did.”

For Trinity Coach Donna Rable it was great victory when you consider the size of the school.  “We have very few seventh and eight grade girls, but the ones who come out (for the volleyball team) work so incredibly hard, said Coach Rabel. “I’m just so proud that we played well against schools that have much bigger enrollment and we were able to come out and play with them and WIN.”

In the Silver bracket Fort Bend Baptist school took first place while Pershing Middle school placed in second. The Bronze bracket was won by Second Baptist school while Lanier Middle school took second. The Copper bracket was captured by The Rice School, followed by Duchesne school in second.

Next weekend the BHS Volleyball Booster Club will host the 2006 BHS Middle School Tournament for the seventh graders.
 

 

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