Friday, January 21, 2011

Skywatch Friday-Ben Gill at dusk

The sky was clear last night allowing the temperature to drop into the 20s. Nothing like the low temperatures our friends up north are getting.


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Today will be a busy day for TISD athletics.

The Lady Tigers soccer team begins this morning in a postponed game from yesterday.  They ladies will play Argyle at 10am.  If they win, they they play again at 4pm.  If they lose they play at 2pm.  Click the map for the location of the Lovejoy fields.  The ladies will also be in action on Saturday.


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The boys soccer team takes on the Plano Wildcats starting 1:15pm at Homer Johnson Stadium in Garland.  They then travel to Williams Stadium to take on Allen at 6:30pm.   Below are directions to HBJ Stadium and Williams Stadium.  Like the ladies the boys will be in action Saturday.   Both games are part of the Garland tournament.

HBJ

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Williams

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Coach Mike Halac will take his Lady Tiger basketball team to Red Oak to face the Hawks in a critical District 15-4A game, tip off is 7:30pm. Find your way to Red Oak by using the directions below.


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The boys basketball team has the shortest route to their game tonight. They host Red Oak, tip off is 8pm. This is their second meeting with Red Oak, but the first district game against them. They met earlier this year in Royse City, losing in the championship game of the Royse City tournament. Red Oak won the game 53-47.

7 comments:

Halcyon said...

Gorgeous sky!

Kate said...

Your Skywatch photo with the reflections is wonderful. I would not have ventured out to take photos last night...morning temp is -15!!!

Lois said...

Beautiful color and reflections!

Tricia said...

Ohhh, so pretty, Jim! Great shot!!! =)

Gale said...

Very pretty shot!

Lynette said...

Jim, thank you. I'm in the middle of packing to move--I don't want to live in the apartment where she died. It has been two weeks now, and at times I don't seem to know which end is up. Hopefully in another two weeks the horizon will reappear and remain around long enough for me to know where up is.

Linda Chapman said...

just beautiful!!