Tuesday, December 9, 2008

LSC Roundup 12-9

QB Garza back for one more season with Javelinas
KINGSVILLE — Billy Garza hasn't thrown his final pass at Texas A&M-Kingsville.

The record-setting Brownsville native, who transferred last fall from Illinois, will attend A&M-Kingsville on a part-time basis this spring, enabling him to play for the Javelinas in his 10th and final semester of eligibility next fall.

Garza won't be guaranteed the starting spot next season, however. Ramirez, Carroll-ex Logan Morris, Nate Poppell and injured redshirts Kolten Thigpen and David Garza all are expected to return.

"I'll tell you like I told all the quarterbacks and anybody who asked me. There's a lot of time between now and then," Atterberry said. "Billy's going to have to go part-time and we'll go through spring football and see who the starter is coming out of spring football. Billy's going to have to make sure he stays in shape and be ready to go because he'll be coming in this year like he did last year, coming in three weeks before the game and missing spring football."

Gholson: In the Nick of Time (Dec. 7)
If Bernard Scott doesn’t win the Harlon Hill Trophy, they need to stop giving it away.

Hand the darn trophy over to the 76-year-old Hill and tell him to use it as a door stop.
Midwestern State coach Bill Maskill calls the 5-11, 200-pounder the best Division II running back he has seen.

“He’s strong. He’s powerful. He’s quick. He catches the ball. He’s real good,” said Maskill, who tried to recruit Scott off Blinn Junior College’s national championship team of 2006 but never felt he had a real shot at him.

“He spent the night with us when he was on his way to Central Missouri, but I think he was just doing it because it was Wichita Falls. His grades were also a concern to us. I don’t know if we could have gotten him in if he had wanted to come here,” he added.

ACU men, women sweep East Central
ASU men improve to 6-0
Rambelles win fifth straight
Texans return to win column

Mustangs place four on all-region teams
Midwestern State’s Kari Bristow, Kelsey Hill, Kat Bernick and Kendra Clemons
garnered All-South Central Region honors Monday when the National Soccer
Coaches’ Association of America released its postseason honors.

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