Saturday, September 15, 2012

Tigers roar back for 2nd straight win - Havasu News: Sports

Tigers roar back for 2nd straight win - Havasu News: Sports: "“We didn’t take care of the football very well in the first half. But the boys came out fired up, dug down deep and got the job done in the second,” said Telesis head coach Bryan Bagshaw.
The Tigers Scored eight points in the first quarter while allowing Summit to score six in the second. But the lead could have been significantly more. Twice Telesis had the ball on the Summit goal line, only to fumble it away both times.
Telesis turned it around in the third quarter, protecting the ball and even scoring a take away themselves. Connor McKay got his third interception in two games to stop a Summit drive."

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Lady Tigers split volleyball home DH - Havasu News: Sports

Lady Tigers split volleyball home DH - Havasu News: Sports: "AKE HAVASU CITY — It was another doubleheader split for the Lady Tigers.
Telesis lost the first match of a three-team doubleheader Friday, to Gilbert Early College , 12-25, 20-25, 12-25. Then rallied to defeat Bullhead City Mohave Accelerated Learning Center, 25-20, 27-25, 21-25, 16-25, 17-15.
GEC also swept MALC, 25-11, 25-15, 25-13, in the other match at the Lake Havasu City Community Center.
“The girls figured out what it takes to fight to get a win,” said Telesis head coach Darren Carson.
The key in the win over MALC proved to be Yamani Koyye. The senior middle hitter was called on to do defensive duty and, with the Lady Tigers down in the fifth game, dug ball-after-ball to give the Telesis offense the opportunity to attack."

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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Lady Tigers tame Panthers in 4 - Havasu News: Sports

Lady Tigers tame Panthers in 4 - Havasu News: Sports: "LAKE HAVASU CITY — Despite winning the first two games, it wasn’t until the loss in the third that the Lady Tigers looked like the team they were expected to be this season."

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Monday, September 10, 2012

Tigers win big in opener - Havasu News: Sports

Tigers win big in opener - Havasu News: Sports: "Telesis head coach Bryan Bagshaw gave credit to his defense in keeping a fast Scorpions team off kilter.
“We came out mentally tougher than we did against MALC,” Bagshaw said. “The defense realized, and I think you saw this tonight, that if you’re not willing to get physical, you won’t get the job done. And they got the job done.”
Telesis (1-0) hits the road next week, when they take on Phoenix Summit."

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Saturday, September 1, 2012

Moral victory: Tigers finally score on Patriots, MALC wins 58-8 - Havasu News: Sports

Moral victory: Tigers finally score on Patriots, MALC wins 58-8 - Havasu News: Sports: "“We gave up 50 points in the first half. But the boys hunkered down and played tough against a very strong, athletic MALC team,” said Telesis head coach Bryan Bagshaw. “And to play this team even in the second half, that says a lot of the character of my players.”
Telesis did punch one into the end zone in the first half, when Jordan Klingerman ran it in from 48-yards out. But the TD was waved off due to a penalty.
Instead, the first Tigers’ TD against the Patriots goes to Cody Jock in the second half, who ran a sweep left 25-yards in for the score."

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Friday, August 31, 2012

Lady Tigers lineup stacked for coming volleyball season - Havasu News: Sports

Lady Tigers lineup stacked for coming volleyball season - Havasu News: Sports: "LAKE HAVASU CITY — The Lady Tigers volleyball team will have just three seniors and three returning players. And head coach Darron Carson couldn’t be more excited.
Carson was all smiles during a recent practice, thanks to the work his squad put in during the offseason. Work, he said, should make the Telesis volleyball team much more competitive in the coming Charter Athletic Association 1A Division."

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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Tigers get 1st win of the year

Today's News-Herald - Serving Lake Havasu City & The Lower Colorado River Area: "“It was another shoot-out,” said Telesis head coach Chris Denney. “Tony (Hill) and Jordan (Clingerman) had monster games and when they do, we know that we can stay in the game.”"

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