ALAMO HEIGHTS – BASEBALL
Maloy went above and beyond the call of duty to help the Mules win a
key game against Kerrville Tivy on April 21. The junior pitcher allowed
three runs in a nine-inning complete game, tossing 126 pitches to battle
well into extra innings. Maloy made big pitch after big pitch throughout
the game, stranding at least one Tivy runner on base in each frame.
After keeping his team in the game for nine innings, Maloy then put an
end to the showdown by belting a game-winning two-run home run in the
bottom of the ninth to give Alamo Heights a 5-3 win.
MacARTHUR – GIRLS' GOLF
Only one player at the Region IV-5A girls' golf
tournament managed to break par during
the two-day event. And that player —
Chrismer — turned out to be the winner. The
junior carded a 2-under-par 69 during Round
2 to come from four strokes behind to take
the top spot. Chrismer had to work hard all
the way to the end, as her tee shot on the
18th came to rest behind a tree. But
she managed to curl her approach
shot around the tree and two-putt
for par to close things out.