Archive - Nov 21, 2013 - Sports Article
It shouldnâ€™t come as a big surprise that a change has forced Blackwellâ€™s football team to make some last-minute adjustments. Itâ€™s been happening all year.
On Wednesday, it was announced that the Hor-netsâ€™ playoff game against Grandfalls-Royalty would be played today in Rankin â€” 24 hours earlier than scheduled â€” due to icy weather forecasts for Friday.
Blackwell (10-1) had to cancel three of its 10 regular-season games, managing to reschedule only one, so the shuffle is nothing new. And head coach Clint Lowry says his team looks forward to continuing its best playoff run in 17 years.
Mustang Bowl is hosting a pair of playoff games this week, starting today with a Class 1A, Division I area matchup between Wind-thorst and Sundown that will kick off at 6:30 p.m.
The second playoff game is a Class 2A, Division I area game between Denver City and Bangs at 7:30 p.m. Fri-day.
Bangs (8-3) is coming to Mustang Bowl for the sec-ond straight year. In 2012, the Dragons played here in the area round against Idalou and won, 23-6, to advance to regionals before losing to Eastland.
The Blackwell girls bas-ketball team began its 2013-14 season Tuesday with a convincing 58-26 victory on the road at Loraine.
Stephanie Metcalf paced Blackwell with 13 points and Halee Sanderson had 12. Brooklyn Harris added nine, Hailey Bennett and Shianne Solis six, Crystal Chavez and Abby Gott five and Brena Robison two. Blackwell led 15-3, 30-9 and 46-18 at the end of the quarter breaks.