By Randy Rosetta
High school athletes don't always totally embrace the significance of a moment or the impact they can make.
But when a moment is big enough, and the potential for an impact notable is abundant, it's hard to
This week, two crews consisting primarily of Lubbock players get a chance to leave a mark for the Hub City when they take their place on the national stage at the 2019 USA Volleyball Girls Junior National Championships.
Lubbock-based Next Level Volleyball Club (NLVC) is sending two teams to Indianapolis for the event, one in the 16-year-old age group and one in the 17s.
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By Chad Conine
To be a great teammate, an athlete has to care more about the people around him or her than individual glory. He or she has to make the group better rather than simply wait for moments to shine.
But to be the person the team is counting on to make the difference in winning or losing, an athlete has to have a burning desire to be the best player on the field or court.
This year's Super Centex Athletes of the Year — Lorena's McKenzie Tuyo and Midway's James Fullbright — blended those two seemingly conflicting qualities with fantastic results.
Tuyo describes herself as a perfectionist who demands more from herself than she would even imagine asking from others. Fullbright built his Panther legacy on being the hardest worker in the building. And their respective high school careers show the payout.
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