HOUSTON - For many people the first time they ever heard about Corey "CJ" Hadnot probably came on Saturday night while scrolling through Twitter checking area basketball scores.
The Cypress Creek sophomore had hit a straight-away, buzzer-beating three to force double overtime against Lamar in a game they would go on to win 67-63. He also had five points in that double-overtime period to seal the win.
Kelly Carroll may have been one of the more disappointed coaches in Houston last year. Her team was loaded with talent. Now, as they head into 2021, Carroll returns just three starters from the 2020 team.
Katie Dillon (St. Edwards University) will play catcher and outfield for the Eagles and will be penciled in as the leadoff batter. She is the vocal leader of the team. Sarah Stubbs brings power, while Grace and Hope Payton can play all over the field. The twins can play second base, catcher, outfield, and even first base.
The W.T. White Lady Longhorn soccer team has been dominating on the field as district play nears its end. Currently standing at No. 3 in their district with a 12-3-1 overall record (8-3), the Lady Longhorns powered through three games in three days - all of which they emerged victoriously.
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