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A busy Friday, leading to a busy weekend for UHV sports. UHV softball starts conference play by getting swept at Huston-Tillotson. In game one, a 2-1 loss, 
Peyton Branham gets the loss despite giving up just five hits and an earned run over six. Angel Davidson had the Jaguars RBI. Game two, Michelle Revels gives up six runs in four and a third to get the 7-3 loss. Revels, Davidson and St. Joe ex Alyssa Adames get the RBI's. The teams wrap up the series on Saturday at noon with one game. UHV baseball picks up its first win of the season Friday afternoon in Laredo over A&M International, 3-1.
Nathaniel Pena gets the win, pitching six shutout innings with six strikeouts. Collin Schaff gets the save. Chase Almandarez with an RBI double in the first for UHV. UHV men's golf hopes its spring season will be busier than its fall schedule. Two hurricanes wiped out two of the Jaguars' four fall tournaments. The UHV men start the spring this weekend by hosting the sixth annual Claud Jacobs Intercollegiate Invitational this weekend, and they will be joined by freshman transfer Ben Lake, former two-time state qualifyer from East.  I talked with Jaguar golfers James Rollins and  Adrian Saenz. Said Rollins, "It was tough on us. We didn't get to play in our home tournament or some of the other tournaments. But we had a pretty good fall semester." Said Saenz, "The changes from Harvey obviously have had an effect on the golf courses and affected the time we got to practice before a tournament. But considering how much practice we got we played very well." UHV golf hosts the Claud Jacobs Intercollegiate starting with the college-am Saturday. The men's tourney starts Sunday at Victoria Country Club with 36 holes of play.

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