Archive - 2012 - Sports Article
The Highland and Roscoe girls were the only win-ners among the six Nolan County high school basket-ball teams on Tuesday.
The Lady Hornets are now 13-3 after defeating Guthrie 50-30, while Roscoe (9-5) beat TLCA 55-21.
Sierra Allen led Highland with 17 points while Han-nah Allen also reached double figures with 13 points. Sydny Helbert and Schyler Kimbrell each contributed six points while Madison Moseley and Beth Richburg had four.
Roscoe held a 20-0 lead over San Angelo-based TLCA after the first quarter of play, and continued its dominance over the last three periods as well.
After spending quite a bit of time on the road lately, Sweetwater High Schoolâs two varsity basketball teams finally got a chance to play in front of their home crowd on Tuesday.
The result was a crowd-pleasing sweep of the teamsâ doubleheader at Mustang Gym against former district rival Brownwood.
The Sweetwater girls got the ball rolling, so to speak, as they began the double-header with a 53-38 win over Brownwood for their 10th victory of the season.
Then the boys completed the sweep by overcoming a one-point deficit in the final two minutes to knock off Brownwood, 63-60.
The Sweetwater and Highland girls both lost in their respective title games Saturday after advancing to the finals with semifinal wins on Friday.
Sweetwater (9-7) lost 38-35 in overtime to Mid-land Christian at Stantonâs tournament after advancing with a 49-27 semifinal romp Friday over host Stanton.
MONDAY, DEC. 10
Roscoe junior high âAâ girls and boys play at Loraine, 5 and 6 p.m.
Highland junior high girls and boys host Hermleigh starting at 6 p.m.
TUESDAY, DEC. 11
Sweetwater girls host Brownwood â JV at 4:30 p.m., varsity at 6 p.m., freshmen at 7:30 p.m.
Sweetwater boys host Brownwood â freshmen at 4:30 p.m., JV at 6 p.m., varsity at 7:30 p.m.
Roscoe JV and varsity teams play at TLC starting at 4 p.m.
Highland JV girls host Albany, 4 p.m.
Highland JV boys and varsity girls and boys host Guthrie starting at 5 p.m.
Sweetwater High Schoolâs JV and freshman basketball teams traveled to Merkel this past Tuesday and the JV and freshman boys hos-ted Breckenridge Friday.
On Tuesday, the JV boys were defeated by Merkel 40-34 but the freshman boys beat Merkelâs fresh-men 42-16. The JV girls are 11-0 after defeating Merkel 32-22, while the freshman girls beat Merkel 30-18.
Here are results for both the Highland JV girls and Roscoe JV boysâ basketball teams in their games that were played this past Tues-day:
Highland JV girls 26, Albany JV girls 25
Highland individual scor-ing: Bailey Garrett 10, Sab-rina Romero 6, Tarin Weldy 6, Taylar Hammond 2, Kelsi Johns 2. Highland JV girls record: 5-8.
Roscoe JV boys 37, Trent JV boys 17
Roscoe individual scor-ing: Rafael Aguayo 8, Luis Villa 8, Kevin Lavalais 7, Roman Acuna 4, Chase Cathey 4, Anthony Ortegon 4, Sebastian Benivamondez 2. Team record: not given.
All four Sweetwater Middle School basketball teams played against Snyder this past Monday with the girls at home and the boys on the road. Results follow:
Snyder 8th grade 35, 8th grade Red 25
Sweetwater individual scoring: Matthew Figueroa 9, Jacoby Hunt 7, Jordan McGee 4, Javier Olguin 4, Jorge Vasquez 1.
Snyder 8th grade 21, 8th grade White 18
Sweetwater individual scoring: Tyler Rea 5, Nicholas Castillo 4, Keevin Houston 4, John Clift 3, Dylan Ausborn 2.
7th grade Red 29, Snyder 7th grade 26
Nolan County rivals faced each other when Highland and Roscoe met in junior high basketball action on Roscoeâs courts Monday. Their results follow:
Roscoe JH girls 20, Highland JH girls 14
Roscoe individual scor-ing: Karina Cisneros 5, Alyssa Chavez 4, Lacy Silva 4. Highland individual scoring: Karlie Allen 7, Madison Braden 5, Kellse Cornett 2. Halftime: Roscoe 14, Highland 5. Both teamsâ records were unavailable.
Roscoe 8th boys 36, Highland 8th boys 17
The Sweetwater boys lost but Sweetwaterâs girls won in first-round basketball ac-tion Thursday at Stantonâs Hooptown Tournament.
The girls are in the semi-finals after beating Coaho-ma 42-29, while the boys had an afternoon consola-tion game after losing 50-33 to Sands in their opener.
Kendra Crosson poured in 23 points for Sweetwaterâs girls (8-6), who advanced to play Stanton at 6 p.m. today in the semifinals. Sweet-water led 16-9, 25-16 and 32-22 at the breaks.
Shelby Cason scored nine points while Suede Shirley and Janell Walker had three and Elise Lawrence and Taylor McPherson two.
Four area teams are off to a good start at Highlandâs Hilltop Classic after winning their first-round games that were played Thursday.
The Roscoe girls and boys beat Blackwell 60-18 and 47-40, respectively, to reach todayâs semifinals. The girls were to play Garden City at 3:30 p.m. and the boysâ tilt, also vs. Garden City, is at 8 p.m. The winners play for the title at 5 and 5:30 p.m., respectively, on Saturday.