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February 15, 2001

Eagles unsure of opponents in

Andrews pool round play

PECOS, February 15, 2001 - The Pecos Eagles softball team know who they're going to play in their first game Friday at the Andrews Invitational Tournament, and they know where and when they're going to play as well.
After that, things are a little up in the air.
The tournament starts today with a pair of Andrews teams facing El Paso Ysleta and El Paso Eastwood in pool round games, while on Friday, the Eagles will play in one of three 9 a.m. games, against the Frenship Tigers. But how things will go following that is unknown.
"They only sent us this," said assistant coach Becky Wein, referring to the opening round games, plus a map showing the softball field sites in Andrews. Pecos will play Frenship at the west side softball complex, at the same time Lubbock Coronado takes on Midland Greenwood and Lamesa faces Lubbock Monterrey.
The pool round games are only scheduled to last three innings or for one hour, and at 10:15 a.m. Levelland will face Monahans, Kermit will take on Odessa High and Ysleta will face Midland Christian. Pool play will determine seedings for Saturday's brackets.
Pecos' season-opening game on Tuesday didn't even make it past 2½ innings, but did run about an hour-and-a-half, as the Eagles scored a 26-1 win over Crane, in what was the Golden Cranes' first-ever varsity game. The Eagles also posted scrimmage win last week over Kermit and Greenwood.

Eagle starters do well again in scrimmage

PECOS, February 15, 2001 - The second pre-season scrimmage for the Pecos Eagles baseball team went about like the first one did _ the results on the field were better for the Eagles than the results on the scoreboard showed.
Pecos defeated Fort Stockton by a 6-5 score, in a game where the Eagles again took an early lead with their starters before running into problems with their reserve players. Eagles' coach Bubba Williams was in a day-long meeting on Tuesday, but assistant coach Junior Williams said, "We were ahead 5-0 when we started subbing and they came back."
Pecos again went with Barney Rodriguez and Angel Villalobos on the mound, as they did in last Friday' scrimmage against Permian. "They actually got their runs off Angel, but that was because of the errors behind him," Williams said.
At bat, he said Alex Garcia, Mason Abila and Sebero Jaquez hit the ball well, along with Rodriguez and Villalobos.
"Overall it was a good scrimmage. We got what we wanted out of it," he said.
The Eagles' final pre-season scrimmage will be this Saturday afternoon at home against the Greenwood Rangers. It will also be the first scrimmage for Pecos with all their players available, following the end of basketball on Tuesday. Regular season play starts for the Eagles next Friday, with a home game against the Monahans Loboes.

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