Archive - Jun 27, 2011 - Sports Article
Students received instruction this past week at a Mustang Tennis Clinic that was held at the high school courts. Sweetwater coaches Shella Arnwine, Christi Adams and Coby Hamlin taught the clinic, which was intended for students who have completed grades 3-8, with the help of some of their high school players.
Nolan Countyâ€™s four high school football teams will all have something to prove, at least to one well-known statewide publication, when they take to the gridiron for the 2011 season.
At least one school has represented the county in the playoffs for the past 21 years, but Texas Football â€” Dave Campbellâ€™s legendary magazine â€” predicts that Sweetwater, Roscoe, Highland and Blackwell will all miss the postseason.
Junior Alicia Finn and sophomore Kelsi Crosson of Sweetwater were named on Sunday to the 2011 All-Big Country Softball Team by the Abilene Reporter-News.Finn was chosen as a starting infielder after hitting .655 in district play with six doubles, three triples and one homer, while Crosson was selected as a starting outfielder after batting .545 with six doubles, two triples, six stolen bases and a .697 on-base percentage.
Kelsi Crosson earned All-Big Country recognition as a reserve outfielder follow-ing her freshman year.
Members of the Sweetwater Rageâ€™s state championship 8-under all-star softball team are pictured here with their hardware. Top row from left are coaches David Valdez, Bryan Sheridan, Jerry Villa; middle row, Mia Valdez, Marissa Villanueva, Elli Lehnert, Kyla Daniel, Madison Hernandez, Kailey Soles; bottom row, Blayke Bewley, Ellie Silva, Riley Sheridan, Jazel Villa, Andrea Vaughn and Nereah Sarabia.