It was the kind of game that a goalie's nightmares are made of.

The Alice Coyotes tangled with an offensive-minded Beeville Trojans squad Tuesday night at the Alice High School Auxiliary Field, and goalie Amado Ramirez can attest to the kind of high-powered game the visiting team brought to town. Ramirez spent the entire evening trying to keep the Trojans out of the net. Beeville had 22 shots-on-goal. The Alice High School senior was credited with 15 saves, however, the Trojans managed to score seven goals to win, 7-1. Beeville had a shutout and led 7-0 until the final minute of the game when senior Jordan Harville scored on a free kick from midfield.

n On Friday night, the Alice Lady?Coyotes finally took their field with all of their starters back from injuries, and it made a difference.

The Alice girls beat Corpus Christi Miller, 3-1, for their first victory of the season. With the win, Alice is 1-4-1.

The team was led by Alexandra Pulido, who  scored the first goal of the game by driving up  from her defensive position all the way into the goal.   Alice’s second goal was  made by Tiffany Horton. The third goal was scored by Savannah Albiar with an assist from Lexie  Botello.  Goalkeeper Leandra Barrett had 23 saves.  Brittany Trejo had one save.