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VC thankful for successful all-star volleyball game

Dec. 1, 2011 at 6:01 a.m.
Updated Dec. 2, 2011 at 6:02 a.m.

Victoria College hosted 24 of the Crossroads' best volleyball players for the VC/Chick-Fil-A volleyball all-star game.

Victoria College Club Sports would like to thank the 24 high school seniors who came to the VC campus Tuesday night for the third annual Victoria College/Chick-fil-A High School All-Star Volleyball Game.

It was a great game and a fun day for the girls.

Thanks also to David and Tammy Murphy from Chick-fil-A for their support of VC athletics and the area All Stars. The night was a success because of their support.


The VC Pirates men's baseball team will host a final tryout for the spring 2012 baseball season Dec. 10 at the VISD Event Center field located next to Memorial Stadium.

Pitchers and catchers will tryout at 10 a.m. Infielders and outfielders will tryout at 1 p.m.

Tryouts are open to all current and potential VC students who will be enrolled and taking at least nine hours in the spring 2012 semester.

Current students must have at least a 2.0 grade point average. All team members are required to provide proof of insurance. There is also a $10 tryout fee.

VC will participate in the National Club Baseball Association (NCBA) District VII West, along with club teams from Texas A&M Corps of Cadets, University of Texas-San Antonio, Texas Christian University and Lone Star College-Tomball.

For more information, contact Phillip Barron at, Matt Williams at, Mary Mayes at or call 361-573-3291 ext. 3308.

Dance Team

The Treasure of the month for December is Kasey Gonzales.

Kasey was chosen for her dedication to the team and phenomenal dance ability.

Kasey is always on time and is eager to volunteer for extra responsibility. Her love for dance shines through every performance.

Congratulations, Kasey!

Women's Basketball

The VC Pirates women's basketball won a big game Wednesday night.

The Pirates beat St. Phillip's College 72-67, putting them in a tie for second place in the conference.

The Pirates were down by six points with four minutes to go, but were able to pull ahead with tough defensive play and some fast break lay-ups.

The Victoria College Sports Report is contributed by Kelly McKay, a professor in the Victoria College physical education department.



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