We have been faced with a pandemic since the beginning of this year, and with that has come extreme change in our world. Nevertheless, the recruiting process has not stopped Kenia Rico from committing to a collegiate lacrosse team. Kenia Rico has been a Bridge Lacrosse player for six years, has developed immense draw skills, and is a very versatile player. Kenia was the Varsity Captain for the Spring of 2020 who has left a mark on the rest of her teammates. She typically can draw to herself or can push out so another mid can get in possession of the ball. She has many highlights and can take the ball straight to goal from the draw. She ended her junior year season winning 40% of her draws, and now we take a look into her lacrosse journey.
The Southwest Preparatory Conference spring state championship are wrapping up this week in the Greater Houston-area.
It came to no surprise that the Episcopal School of Dallas boys' lacrosse team led of the championship series with a state win over St. Mark's in the title game. The Kinkaid girls' team beat St. John's in the title game last night.
The softball tourney will feature top four seeds Episcopal, Greenhill, Kinkaid and Trinity Valley. The baseball favorites are Kinkaid, Episcopal, Trinity Valley and FWCD.
Boy's team tennis will be hosted by Episcopal at Lee LeClear Center at Memorial Park, while the girls will play at Houston Christian.
Woodforest Country Club in Magnolia hosts to boys' and girls' tourney. The John Cooper School's Chris McDonald won the individual title, while the Kinkaid boys' team won state by 19 strokes.
St. John's girls were dominant after Round 1, led by Christine Wang. Kinkaid's Will Jacobe and Mason Nome were leading Kinkaid after Round 1 of the boys' draw.