Jacksonville JV Invitational
March 5, 2013
Shyia Magan & Lorena Mireles – 2nd place
1st round – bye
2nd round – defeated Whitehouse – 8-2
3rd round – defeated Center – 8-3
Semis – defeated Hudson – 8-1
Finals – lost to Center – 2-8
Brianna Gay & Lexie Stickle
1st round – defeated John Tyler – 8-1
2nd round – defeated Wills Point - 8-2
3rd round – lost to Center – 2-8
1st round – lost to John Tyler l- 2-8
2nd round – defeated Van -8-2
3rd round – defeated Wills Point – 8-5
Cons. Semis – lost to Nacogdoches – 6-8
1st round – defeated Kilgore – 8-0
2nd round – lost to Hudson – 3-8
Jacksonville JV Invitational
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