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http://www.betterplaybilliards.org/images/website/sgteampic2010.gif The South Garland Colonels are serious when it comes to their after high school billiard team. They are always the first team to arrive to competitions ready for action. The...
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The stunned defending high school champions, the South Garland Colonels, had watched in agony as their (27-25) match lead against the Yellowjackets in the final round of play slipped away to bring the match even (27-27) with only one game left to play.
The two best BETTER High School Billiard Program teams in the Dallas, Texas area were ready and set for action at AMF Richardson Lanes on May 22nd, 2012. The competitive game they played was 9-ball and they were playing a total of 55 games and were racing to 28 to win the coveted title of “2012 BEF Texas High School Billiard Finals” champions.
2012 BEF Texas Junior Contenders Aim for Nationals
Written by Earl Munson
Tuesday, 05 June 2012 14:36
(L-R) Hunter Hayes and Jose Alonzo Herrera
The 2012 BEF Texas State Championship was not only to see who was the best 9-ball player in the state, but to also qualify one entry into the prestigious 24th Annual BEF Junior National 9-Ball Championship. A field of Texas junior veterans of past “Nationals” was present to compete for the title and for the one slot to take them to Romine’s High Pockets in Greenfield, Wisconsin to compete against the nations best junior billiard players this summer, July 11th- 15th.
Veteran representative to the “2011 BEF Junior Nationals” and this year’s APA league entry to the BEF tournament, Jose Alonzo Herrera from Duncanville, Texas, earned the title of 2012 BEF Texas State Championship. Fellow APA leaguer and 2010 BEF veteran player, Hunter Hayes from Nevada, Texas, took runner-up and the entry slot to compete this summer along side Herrera and other Texas players competing at the Nationals.