This month was busy with mainly golf and football!!
R played several times at Bear Trace. The course lives up to its name with the many deer that roam the course.
It’s also time for high school football…with a great side line reporter checking her phone for weather updates! She also interviews people on the side line, gets injury updates and talks to the head coach at half time and after the game.
The first Texas A&M football games was played in Reliant Stadium in Houston. We met P, the Aggie freshman, in Houston and we ate supper with the Terrys. E had come in from DBU to join us!! So good to be with these college kids!
The South Texas family came in late Friday night after J finished his football duties with the Owls!
Sunday morning before we all went our separate ways, P had to sport his Astros gear…even if it was orange! It was their last home game and a clinch for the playoffs.
R was a medalist in the district tournament and came in 2nd in a playoff.
The flight to Houston gave me some interesting cloud pictures.
The new, rebuilt Kyle Field was impressive! This is a look at the student side which was updated for last year’s season. But “our” side was new this year. Escalators, more elevators, larger and more restrooms, better concession, etc.J was not able to come to this game, so we were just a party of 4.
The region golf tournament was held at Lake Tansi; again she was the medalist but came in 2nd in a playoff!! But she still qualified for the state tournament.
The CHS girls golf team with the coaches after the region tournament.
The 16th birthday was celebrated after a football game at I Hop.
T played a good soccer game…
The State golf tournament is a 2day affair playing 18 holes each day.
Someone took a different walk down a couple of holes!!
The weather deteriorated during the match and there was a 2hour rain delay due to lightening.
And then the sun came back out!!
Here she is with her coaches and the school’s AD, who drove over to watch her match. She finished the day with a 76.
Family was there to support her.
Getting ready for day 2…
It was a day that brought rain, wind and dropping temperatures.
She shot another 76 and finished in 10th place in the state.
She was named to the All-State girls golf team!! She had a great season for CHS.
So proud of her and her accomplishments.
Thank you for following us in September!!