Tiger Sports Roundup: February 12-16 Tiger Sports Roundup: February 12-16

It was a busy week of games for Frenship Tiger athletics. Here’s a look at last week’s results from Tiger softball, soccer, wrestling, and more.


FRENSHIP 9, TASCOSA 0 (Tuesday): Six different Tigers scored a goal Tuesday led by Natalie Jones who found the back of the net four times. Lexi Jackson and Anja Hopf split time at goalie for FHS and came away with a combined shutout.

FRENSHIP 2, PERMIAN 0 (Friday): Alli Holder and Natalie Jones each scored a goal while Brogan Ross added an assist, and the Tigers kept their shutout streak alive through three district games. FHS is 3-0 in district and hosts Odessa High on Tuesday, February 19.



FRENSHIP 8, TASCOSA 1 (Tuesday): Adam Aboohamidi scored four goals, Caleb Rogers added two while Jon Olivarez and Zach Schubert each scored one apiece in the 8-1 blowout. “It’s pleasing to see the areas where we wanted improvement from the last game were worked on in training and put forth into the game,” said head coach Scott Smith. “When we execute our game tactics and plans, combined with our players’ natural qualities, we’re great to watch and very difficult to defend.”

FRENSHIP 3, PERMIAN 0 (Friday): Adam Aboohamidi added two more goals and Caleb Rogers fired in a goal from outside the box, and the Tiger defense was solid again in a 3-0 win. “We experienced an attacking team playing against a defensive team. They got us a bit flustered, but watching Caleb’s screamer from outside the box was worth the wait. Our Frenship boys are talented individuals and a pleasure to watch.” The boys are also 3-0 in district play and host Odessa High on Tuesday.



FRENSHIP 9, LUBBOCK HIGH 3 (Tuesday): FHS opened the season with by scoring four runs in the first inning and coasting to a 9-3 win. Qo’be Harvest and Alyssa Rundell each collected three hits while Caoline Kerr added two. Torrey Hogan was the winning pitcher after striking out six in a complete-game performance.

FRENSHIP 8, BIG SPRING 1 (Thursday): The Tigers scored two runs in the first inning and five more in the second on their way to an 8-1 victory in the first game of the Caprock Classic. The five-run second included a triple by Claudia Kerr, a double by Qo’be Harvest and hits by Kyla Merritt and Caroline Kerr. Torrey Hogan was the beneficiary of the hit parade as she was the winning pitcher for FHS. Maya Mongelli recorded the last nine outs to earn the save.

FRENSHIP 10, EL PASO AMERICAS 4 (Thursday): In game two of the Caprock Classic, FHS scored in every inning thanks to nine hits and a team-leading 3-for-3 performance from Caroline Kerr. Torrey Hogan claimed another pitching win with seven strike outs. Maya Mongelli pitched the final inning to earn the save.

FRENSHIP 11, BUSHLAND 5 (Friday): Angelica Abila was 4-4 with a home run and a double as FHS beat Bushland 11-5. Qo’be Harvest got the offense jumping with a three-run home run in the first inning. Abila’s long ball came in a five-run second inning. Claudia Kerr added two hits in the game, and Torrey Hogan struck out six to earn another pitching victory.

FRENSHIP 6, EL PASO CHAPIN 4 (Friday): FHS scored five runs in the fourth inning to overcome an early deficit to win 6-4. Angelica Abila three-run home run was the turning point in the game. Claudia Kerr added a two-run triple in the fourth. Alyssa Rundell went 2-3 at the plate to lead FHS in hits. Maya Mongelli earned the pitching win for FHS.

FRENSHIP 13, PLAINVIEW 0 (Saturday): Alyssa Rundell threw a no-hitter with seven strikeouts to lead the Tigers past Plainview 13-0. Claudia Kerr led the 12-hit Tiger offense with a home run.
FRENSHIP 17, CANYON 2 (Saturday): Torrey Hogan tallied four hits including a home run and a double to lead FHS to a 17-2 win and an undefeated weekend of softball. The Tigers ran away from the Lady Eagles during a seven-run fourth inning. Hogan’s double and home run both can on that inning Kyla Merritt and Angelica Abila added doubles in the frame. Caroline Kerr also added a home run in the second inning as part of the Tiger’s 14-hit attack. Hogan also recorded nine strikeouts pitching to get the win.
The Frenship powerlifting team brought home boys 2nd place team standings in the Dimmitt Bobcat Invitational on Saturday Many Tigers also scores individual accolades as well. Here’s a look at the results:
Julian Rios: 1st place
Kevin Sanders: 1st place
Julian Rios: 1st place, best overall lifter
Cody Barker: 2nd place
Jaime Lopez: 5th place
Laiken Turner: 2nd place
Natasha Hernandez: 5th place
Viry Gomez 4th place



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