The Cisco Lady Loboes might have been young on the court this season but that didn’t stop them from turning more than a few heads. The Lady Loboes had seven players, including standouts Sophie Hurtado, Braley Brunson and Brooklyn Hurtado, honored by the District 10-2A coaches. Cisco, which placed fourth in the 10-2A standings and advanced to the third round of the Class 2A playoffs, led the district in having players earn superlatives.
Special to the Eastland County Today
The Cisco Lady Loboes will get a chance to see more than a few of the area’s softball teams this weekend when they begin their 2021 season. at the annual Hawley/Anson Tournament.
Even after seeing his team suffer a pair of double-digit loss to the No. 13-ranked Haskell Maidens in District 10- 2A play, Cisco head coach Brent Kirkpatrick believed his team could win. In the game that mattered most last Tuesday, they proved him right.
Layne Edgar nailed a 10-foot jump shot with 3.5 seconds left in the game last week and gave Cisco its first - and only - lead of the second half and the eventually the win in a Class 2A regional quarterfinal showdown with the Poolville Monarchs.