Bryant helps A&M win horse meet

By Barbara Boxleitner
jdanddoc@gmail.com
Posted 2/13/19

Rheagan Bryant recently competed in her first equestrian meet of the season.

The Texas A&M University sophomore lost her horsemanship head-to-head competition 70-63 against South Dakota State, …

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Bryant helps A&M win horse meet

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Rheagan Bryant recently competed in her first equestrian meet of the season.

The Texas A&M University sophomore lost her horsemanship head-to-head competition 70-63 against South Dakota State, though the Aggies won the meet.

The Madisonville High School graduate did not compete in a meet last year.

Softball

Freshman Lexi Harris was hitless in her first four at-bats for Blinn College. She competed for Normangee High.

Women's basketball

Langston University's Lexi Leveston had four points against Wayland Baptist. The Madisonville alumna had two assists, one rebound, one steal and one blocked shot.

Tra'dayja Smith had five assists and four rebounds for Trinity Valley Community College against Jacksonville. The Madisonville product had three points and two steals.

Also from the Mustangs, La'Neique Nealey had six points for Prairie View A&M University against Alabama State. The senior added five rebounds and one assist.

Madisonville graduate Tylisea Roundtree is no longer attending Cedar Valley College, according to Ron Murray, assistant director of athletics. The freshman played during the fall semester but then was sidelined by injury. She did not return to school for the spring semester.

Baseball

Former Mustang Bryce Bennett pitched in two of Cisco College's first four games. The freshman right-hander allowed one hit and struck out one in one scoreless inning of relief against TCS (The Complete Showcase). He allowed two earned runs on one hit in one inning of relief against Southeast.

Will Hudson, who competed for Madisonville, is a freshman catcher for University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.

Men's basketball

Concordia University Texas freshman Tommy Holliday had six points and five rebounds against Hardin-Simmons. The past Mustang blocked two shots.

Send updates about area athletes to Barbara Boxleitner at jdanddoc@gmail.com.

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