The Stephenville Honeybees won three games to start the Midlothian Heritage Frostbite Invitational girls soccer tournament before falling to the host team on Saturday in the finals, 1-0.
That Saturday loss to Heritage was the first of the season for the Honeybees, who are the defending Class 4A state champions.
Stephenville is now 4-1 on the season.
“I thought we played well,” Weil said. “I thought we played good soccer. I definitely think there are some areas that we can get better. But overall I’m extremely happy with where we are.”
After their tournament opener Thursday, beating Diamond Hill-Jarvis 2-1, the Honeybees beat Anna, 3-0.
On Friday, the Honeybees blew out Irving Ranchview, 6-0, getting two goals each from Ciara Johnston and Gracie Bales.
Tanja Pederson, Haleigh Beam added the other two goals for SHS.
Johnston recorded three assists in that match, while Bales had two and Natalie Elizondo added one.
Next, the Honeybees and the SHS varsity boys will be at home starting Friday for the Knights of Columbus Tournament, which will be played at the Stephenville Youth Soccer Complex on Mistletoe. It will mark the first home game of the season for the Honeybees.