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High schools: Outside the Box, Dec. 21

December 20, 2018

From inside the lines to out, Express-News staff writer Terrence Thomas takes a look back and a look ahead at the high school sports landscape:

Figure this

6: Days until the UIL permits high school soccer teams around the state to conduct their first extramural scrimmage. The season begins Jan. 3 and concludes April 17-20 with the state tournament at Birkelbach Field in Georgetown.

100: Career wins for Taft girls basketball coach Kelli Goble, who accomplished the milestone during the Raiders’ 47-33 decision vs. Warren on Dec. 14.

200: Career wins for Highlands girls basketball coach Adrianna Wiatrek, who reached the mark during the Owls’ 61-51 triumph Tuesday over Edison.

1,000: Career points for Antonian sophomore guard Juan Reyna, who accomplished the feat last weekend in leading the Apaches to the San Antonio ISD tournament title. Reyna is the fifth area player this season to reach the plateau, joining Johnson’s Zach Keller, O’Connor’s Brendan Wenzel, Marshall’s Sayvon Frye and Boerne Champion’s Nathan Ghavidel.

2,000: Career points for Stevens’ Destiny Jenkins and S.A. Christian’s Sarah Gwin. Jenkins reached the milestone during the Falcons’ 59-46 win Tuesday over Brennan, while Gwin accomplished the feat during the Lions’ 53-47 decision vs. Corpus Christi Incarnate Word on Dec. 15.

Area signings

Katie Detmer, Alamo Heights soccer: Angelo State

Graham Torres, Madison soccer: St. Mary’s

Terrence Thomas

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