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Cristina Alexander, 7, slides into home plate attempting to score for the Tejanos against Frank Phillips College.
Tejanas also had double header games this weekend against Frank Phillips College, but at home field.
Their hard work show cased this past weekend with Friday’s games ending in score of 8-6, and 6-3.
Saturday’s games weren’t far behind leaving in scores of 10-1, and 11-3. With 10 games left, all double headers and most of them on the road the Tejanas have a strategy.
“For the game against Western Texas College, we plan to take three out of the four games,” said Head Coach Katie Gutierrez,
“Same thing with the game against Claredon College, win three out of the four or split the series with them.”
Tejanas have an overall record of 16-19-1, and a conference record of 5-3.
Tejanos baseball team had a double header this past Friday and Saturday against New Mexico Junior College in Hobbs, New Mexico.
To their dismay, all four games ended in a loss.
The first game on Friday had a finish of 12-4. The game to follow concluded with a score of 24-13.
“We play as best as we can and get better every day, that’s our plan,” said volunteer assistant Alan Droke, “They are hard workers.
Bryan Nunez, 27, up to bat against New Mexico Military Institute at Valle Verde home field.
Saturday’s first game had a final of 5-2 and the game to follow ended in a score of 15-0.
Tejanos overall record is 4-27, with a conference record of 1-11.