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Elizalde signs to play soccer & basketball
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Former Lady Trojan Victoria Elizalde (seated) signs to play both soccer and basketball at Huston-Tillotson University in Austin next year. Ellizalde is joined at the signing by her family and coaches from left, mother Velma Elizalde, Lady Trojan head basketball coach Katina Walker, Lionel Vasquez, father Roberto Elizalde, Heather Stepp and H-T basketball coach Maurice Callis. “The campus was really nice, and I got to practice with the team, and everyone was great,” said Elizalde when asked about her choice. A big part of the decision was also the school’s acceptance of her playing both sports. “I know I have a winner. Victoria is one of the most talented athletes in South Texas,” Callis said.
Former Lady Trojan Victoria Elizalde (seated) signs to play both soccer and basketball at Huston-Tillotson University in Austin next year. Ellizalde is joined at the signing by her family and coaches from left, mother Velma Elizalde, Lady Trojan head basketball coach Katina Walker, Lionel Vasquez, father Roberto Elizalde, Heather Stepp and H-T basketball coach Maurice Callis. “The campus was really nice, and I got to practice with the team, and everyone was great,” said Elizalde when asked about her choice. A big part of the decision was also the school’s acceptance of her playing both sports. “I know I have a winner. Victoria is one of the most talented athletes in South Texas,” Callis said.
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Former Lady Trojan Victoria Elizalde (seated) signs to play both soccer and basketball at Huston-Tillotson University in Austin next year. Ellizalde is joined at the signing by her family and coaches from left, mother Velma Elizalde, Lady Trojan head basketball coach Katina Walker, Lionel Vasquez, father Roberto Elizalde, Heather Stepp and H-T basketball coach Maurice Callis. “The campus was really nice, and I got to practice with the team, and everyone was great,” said Elizalde when asked about her choice. A big part of the decision was also the school’s acceptance of her playing both sports. “I know I have a winner. Victoria is one of the most talented athletes in South Texas,” Callis said.
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