Archive - 2013
Blackwell is now 2-0 after a win at Jayton on Friday, but Highland (0-2) lost its game at Sterling City.
Blackwell 32, Jayton 14
Blackwell avenged a 2012 non-district loss to Jayton as the Hornets got three touchdowns from Jayden Jones and one each from Franck Cano and Mason Magness. Jayton (1-1) won last yearâ€™s game 56-30, but was mostly shut down by Blackwellâ€™s defense in Fri-dayâ€™s rematch.
Roscoeâ€™s junior varsity football team defeated Irion County, 30-8, in Irion County on Thursday for its second win in as many games this season.
Brayden Beal accounted for all four touchdowns by the Plowboys. He had scor-ing runs of 62 and 61 yards for Roscoeâ€™s first two touchdowns, threw a 4-yard TD pass to Isaiah Gonzales in the third quarter and even scored defensively with an 80-yard interception return in the third stanza.
BROADWAY BAPTIST CHURCH
James reminds us that life is nothing more than a vapor, here one minute and gone the next.Â We make big plans, talk of big activities, and schedule a lot of appointments only to realize that those appointments are â€śtentative.â€ťÂ The plans we make are only temporary and for the most part uncertain.Â Life is very unpredictable, and little is sure.Â It has been said that the best laid plans of mice and men are never for certain.Â
The Sweetwater Woman's Forum Executive Board met at noon on Tuesday at the home of Dr. Judy Clayton.
The objectives of Woman's Forum shall be to promote acquaintance and mutual helpfulness among women and their organizations to aid in civic and intellectual improvements.
Woman's Forum meets on the second Tuesday of each month at Bee's DĂ©cor. New and old members are invited and encouraged to attend the next meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013 at Bee's.
Seventh grade shop class students are working on a project to beautify the Sweetwater Middle School (SMS) campus.
"When we're done here, it's going to be a nice spot to sit and relax," said Coach Tony Cortez, SMS athletic director.
A special-called meeting of the Nolan County Commissioners was held on Tuesday, in which approval was given toward the purchase of a financial package software upgrade for the county auditor and county treasurer.
The current system has been in place since 1985, thus becoming outdated and no longer having the ability for significant upgrades. After reviewing up to five different software options, the software provided by STW, Inc. was selected.
Future hospital facility plans were discussed during the August meeting of the Nolan County Hospital District board of directors.
Among the items, a follow-up report on the Cardiac Rehab project was given by David White of McKinstry, the company overseeing the construction. After receiving feedback from the board, around $83,000 was cut on the project, bringing the total cost of the building to just over $1.7 million.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 6
Sweetwater varsity plays at Andrews, 7:30 p.m.
Roscoe varsity hosts Irion County, 7:30 p.m.
Highland varsity plays at Sterling City, 7:30 p.m.
Blackwell varsity plays at Jayton, 7:30 p.m.
Sweetwater JV plays at Lamesa tournament.
Sweetwater freshmen at Lamesa tournament.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 7
Sweetwater runners compete at season-opening Ang-elo State University meet, San Angelo.
Sammy Baugh Classic: Quanah vs. Miles, 11 a.m., Mustang Bowl, Sweetwater.
Sweetwater varsity plays at Brownfield, 9:30 a.m.
All three Nolan County area high school football teams face opponents tonight they had little success against in 2012, and only Roscoe plays at home.
The Plowboys â€” 0-1 after losing to De Leon 34-21 in their opener â€” entertain Irion County in their home opener at 7:30 p.m. Highland, also 0-1 after losing to Motley County 62-59, travels to Sterling City.
Finally, Blackwell â€” 1-0 after beat Westbrook 52-0 last week â€” goes to Jayton.
Those three opponents won last yearâ€™s games by an average of nearly 39 points, but things should be better this time around.
A pair of first-time parti-cipants, Miles and Quanah, will begin the ninth annual Sammy Baugh Classic with an 11 a.m. kickoff Saturday at Mustang Bowl.
With a new sponsor this year, the event will be known as the 2013 Shale Show Sammy Baugh Classic and will have three games spread out over two week-ends. On Friday, Sept. 13, play resumes as Sweetwa-ter faces Breckenridge in its home opener at 7:30 p.m.
The Classic will then end its run on Saturday, Sept. 14, at the Bowl with two more first-time participants, Booker and Brock, playing the finale at 6 p.m.