GirlsLONGVIEW 2, LUFKIN 0: LUFKIN — Lilly Fierros scored off an assist from Tenique Bauer midway through the second half to break a scoreless deadlock, and three minutes later Kat Markowitz found the back of the net off a dish from Bauer as the Longview Lady Lobos notched a 2-0 win over Lufkin.

Emma Wright and Aleah Byrdsong split time in goal for Longview, which moved to 3-0-1 with the win. Jolette Ontiveros, Karen Juarez and Brooklynn Sumrow were strong defensive players for the Lady Lobos.

The Lady Lobo JV earned a 3-0 win.

Both teams will compete in the Pine Tree Lady Pirate Showcase this weekend. The varsity will face Wylie East at 6 p.m. and the JV takes on Whitehouse at 2 p.m. on Thursday.

P. TREE 1, TYLER 0: Meredith Fisher scored off an assist from Sayge Lohman with six minutes remaining to give the Pine Tree Lady Pirates a 1-0 win over Tyler High on Tuesday at Pirate Stadium.

Rylie Waclawczyk worked the shutout between the pipes for the Lady Pirates, with Monica Montoya and Larkin Seidel providing outstanding defense.

The Lady Pirates (3-1-1) will host a tournament this weekend.

P. GROVE 6, S. HILL 1: The Pleasant Grove Lady Hawks notched a 6-1 win over the Spring Hill Lady Panthers on Tuesday.

Jayme Dowell scored an unassisted goal to account for all of Spring Hill’s scoring.

BoysSH GOES 1-2: PITTSBURG — After opening with a 5-0 win over Mount Pleasant Chapel Hill, the Spring Hill Panthers fell to North Lamar (2-1) and Pittsburg (4-2) to close out the Pittsburg Tournament over the weekend.

The Panther’s scheduled home game against Atlanta on Tuesday was postponed due to COVID-19 issues.

Against North Lamar, Valentin Rodriguez Garcia scored the lone Panther goal off an assist from Nickolas Bodenheimer.

Alexander Thorsen had two goals and Oscar Flores dished out one assist against Pittsburg.

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I've covered sports in East Texas since 1987, starting as a 21-year-old sports editor at the Kilgore News Herald before spending seven years at the Lufkin Daily News and the past 23 years at the Longview News-Journal.