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JV Sports Update

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Photo by Nicole Novak
On 2nd down, the JV team lines down to run a play. JV lost to Birdville 15 to 12.

Bronco JV volleyball began the season with a 14-3 overall record and 9-1 in district. The team’s season started off on a high note, winning three out of their first 4 games. They suffered their first loss to Birdville early in the season, but have maintained a winning record. Volleyball plays every Tuesday and Friday until Oct. 26.

Cross Country only consists of a JV boys team, and they’ve run in three meets this season. The boys placed fifth as a team at the Timberview Six-Mile Relay meet to start off the year. At their following meet, the team placed fourth in the 5,000-meter race with senior Benjamin Thomas placing third, the highest on the team. The last time JV cross country ran, they placed second in the 5,000-meter and Thomas placed third once again.

The JV football team’s season has been a rough one, having a 0-5-1 record through the first five games. The losses have come against Lake Ridge, Eaton, Mansfield and Summit. The JV team tied 14-14 in their game against Red Oak on Sep. 23. Against Mansfield, the team put up a season-high 20 points. The team will continue to play every Thursday until Nov. 4. Sophomore quarterback Jacob Kleinjan has had to learn a new offensive scheme this season which helped him improve as a player.

Our record is a pretty accurate representation of how we play in the games,” Kleinjan said. If we could just play in the games we played in practice, our record would be a lot better than it currently is.”

JV tennis has had a successful season, bringing home a 6-1 district record.

The team’s only loss came to Burleson. The tennis team’s best win came against Crowley, winning 12-0, and they finished second in district.

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Jonah Pedroza, Sports Editor
People told Vincent Van Gough, "You can't be a great painter you only have one ear." You know what he said? "I can't hear you"
Nicole Novak, Photographer
Hey, my name is Nicole and I'm a pretty fantastic person if I do say so myself. I like to spend time mountain biking and rock climbing. So if you ride hardtail instead of full suspension I'm sorry. But hey, if you know what that means at least you're out riding.
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