Coach Skip Freeman’s young ladies turned in back-to-back exciting wins Monday and Tuesday at Bloomer Sullivan Gym.
Excellent crowds are enjoying the high level of competition, and the players are responding to the crowds.
Chicken or egg? Who knows? Who cares?
Arkansas-Fort Smith visited the Snake Pit Monday night after having defeated the Savage Storm 3-0 in the University of Central Oklahoma Tournament.
The visitors came out smoking and rolled to something like a 10-point lead before the Storm got it together and rallied for a 25-23 win. It was 25-21, Southeastern, in the second round and A-FS won 25-15 in the third game.
Seemingly in danger of being run out of their own gym, the Storm came back to post a 3-1 victory.
Dallas Baptist came to town Tuesday night and the Patriots won the first two before the break.
Southeastern came back to win three straight and take the match 3-2 for the sixth-straight win.
The Storm fell 3-2 at Midwestern Thursday night to snap the winning streak.
Southeastern will try to start a new win streak Saturday at Cameron.
AFTER DROPPING a game at Abilene Christian, Southeastern will host Northwestern at 2 p.m. Saturday.
Coach Ray Richards’ club is 2-2 and atop the Lone Star North. Central Oklahoma is second at 1-3, and no other North team has a win this season.
Northeastern is 0-3, with East Central, Southwestern and Texas A&M-Commerce at 0-4 each.
Steven Harris was named Defensive Player of the Week in the LSC-N. He had 13 tackles, three solos and moved into the Top 10 in the conference with 8.2 per game.
Northwestern is a powerhouse in the NAIA and comes in with a 2-1 record. Nate Guillory averages 151 yards per game rushing and the Rangers total 270.7 on the ground.
The aerial game is below par for NW with Kyle Jech hitting 31 of 65 for 357 yards, two interceptions and three TDs.
Korey Williams has caught 16 passes for 185 yards, averaging 11.6 per catch, but he hasn’t scored this year.
THE LADYSTORM softballers are still battling the weather.
After a Saturday tournament was rained out, coach Ron Faubion’s club has played North Central Texas and Texarkana College in catch-up games.
Southeastern will play in the North Texas Fall Festival Saturday and Sunday in Denton.
The Storm will take on North Central Texas at 1 p.m. Saturday and Vernon at 4 p.m., followed by Cisco in the 6 p.m. finale.
Sunday’s games will have Southeastern meeting Texas Wesleyan at 10:30 a.m., Eastern at 1:30 p.m. and closing out against host North Texas at 3:30.