LaBelle High School’s Sports Round-up

The Cowboys Varsity Football Team lost to district rival Bishop Verot 34-16 this past Friday night after a promising first half of play (More at Coach Chris Siner: “We had our chances against Verot, just had too many penalties at bad times. We moved the ball well, Tray Williams had 200 yards and a Touchdown but in the end it was not enough. For us to beat Gateway Charter this week we will have to be more balanced on offense and play better on defense.”

This loss drops the Cowboys to 1-1 in the district and 2-3 overall. The Cowboys will travel to Gateway Charter this upcoming Friday night for a must-win district rivalry game.

The Cowboys JV Football Team beat Fort Myers 17-8 this past Thursday to improve their record to 2-1, beating Bishop Verot and only losing to Clewiston in their home opener. The JV Cowboys will host their last home game this season versus Gateway this upcoming Thursday night. Come out and support our Cowboys!

The Cowgirls Varsity Volleyball Team won against two district opponents this past week, beating Oasis and Gateway Charter this past Tuesday and Thursday, respectively, to improve their district record to 2-0 (5-7 overall).

The Varsity Cowboy Cross Country Team placed fourth in the 2016 Invitational, falling only behind one nationally ranked and two state ranked teams (!

The Cowgirl Varsity Cross Country Team placed fourth in the Mariner’s Triton Invitational, while the JV Cowgirl Cross Country Team took home first place (!

This Week
The Cowboy Varsity Football Team will travel to district opponent Gateway Charter (@ East Lee County H.S.) on Friday night, 10/2/15 for a match-up that begins at 7 p.m. Go Cowboys!

The Cowboy Junior Varsity Football Team will host their last home game of the season this Thursday night, October 1, at 7 p.m.. versus the Gateway Charter Griffins.

The Cowgirl Volleyball Team will travel to district opponents Bishop Verot and Oasis on Tuesday, September 29, and Thursday October 1, respectively, with JV beginning at 6 p.m. and Varsity beginning at 7 p.m.

Go Cowboys and Cowgirls!

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