Winning feels good. Just ask the Alice Lady Coyotes.

After 18-straight District 30-5A losses, they snapped the streak Friday evening at the expense of Corpus Christi Miller. Alice beat Miller in three-straight games, 25-23, 25-11 and 25-15.

It was a welcomed victory for a program which has experienced a rough ride this season. With a new coach and a roster full of news faces including a handful of freshmen, the odds were stacked against the Lady Coyotes. They finally came threw Friday in their final home game of the 2016 season.

Candles led the team in kills with seven, followed by Jackie Guerra with six and Shelby Mills with five. Edy Garza and Alyssa Lazo had six assists each. Canales and Meaghan Molina had six digs each, while Kyra Carr had five.

“We started off a little slow, but we have a couple of players that are still nursing some injuries and we have had to rearrange our lineup, but for the most part everybody stepped it up and did their job,” Wareham said. “All in all, the girls were playing great defensively and they wanted to go out there and get the win and I'm glad that they did it in three games.”

After winning the first game, Alice quickly pulled away and cliched the second game thanks to a 10-point serving streak by Canales.

The Lady Coyotes are closing out the season Tuesday night on the road at Corpus Christi Ray High School.