Despite the frigid conditions, the varsity finished first, with 55 points, followed by Orange Grove with 33. Finishing third was Aransas Pass with 19.
The junior varsity Trojans finished first with 56 points, followed by Orange Grove with 34. The Pleasanton Eagles finished third with 26 points.
The Trojan varsity dominated boys and girls doubles, taking first and second in both divisions. Dustin Wren and Eric Dehnert captured the gold over teammates Scott Townsend and Max Meis, who finished second. Wren and Dehnert defeated Townsend and Meis, 6-2, 6-0.
Beeville’s varsity girls doubles captured both gold and silver. Ellen Addison and Hannah Stasny defeated teammates Kristina Alvarado and Megan Burris in the finals, 7-6, 6-3.
In mixed doubles, Trojans Caleb Traylor and Kayla Keys captured second place. In girls varsity singles, Heather Gonzales finished third and Kristen Coester placed fifth, taking the consolation championship.
The Trojan junior varsity dominated as well, taking first and second in boys doubles. Darrell Jones and Brandon Lucio took the gold medal by defeating teammates Jesse Barrera and Marcos Ulloa. Barrera and Ulloa placed second.
Lady Trojans Ora Bruns and Chelsea Moss teamed up to bring home the gold. Moss and Bruns defeated Gallardo and Ford (Orange Grove), 6-2, 6-4. Cori Sparks and Taylor Jones defeated Martinez/Gullian (Pleasanton), 8-1, to take third place. Trojan Lonnie Jordan placed second in boys singles, falling to Damien Leesman of Orange Grove, 6-4,6-4 in the finals. Mason Elliot captured the consolation championship.
In girls singles, Trojan Cori Moore captured the silver, falling to Orange Grove’s Allysan Osborn in the finals, 6-3, 6-3. Emily Barris finished third.
Other Trojans participating in the tournament included Lindsey Roberson, Matthew Cuellar, Austin Lockridge, and Edward Sifuentes.
The Trojan teams will travel to Calallen this weekend to compete in the Wildcats’ tournament this Friday and Saturday morning.