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SW faces do-or-die vs. Wylie

November 7, 2013

There will be a definite sense of finality on Friday when Sweetwater and Wylie meet at Mustang Bowl.
It’s the final game of the regular season for both of the teams, but the finality goes further. Consider:
(1) If Sweetwater loses, the Mustangs’ season will be over unless Snyder (1-3 in district) also loses to Midland Greenwood (0-4). If Snyder wins and the Mustangs (2-2) lose to Wylie, Snyder will take the No. 4 — and final — playoff spot in District 4-3A by vir-tue of the Tigers’ 41-14 win over Sweetwater.

Roscoe needs a win at Roby

November 7, 2013

The Roscoe football team enters Friday’s final game of the season at Roby with, as head coach Jake Freeman puts it, “something to play for” — namely, making the Class 1A playoffs for the first time in three years.
To end their postseason drought, the Plowboys will have to do more than just pick up a win. They have to win by 15 or more, Freeman said.
Currently, Roby (4-2) has a one-game lead for the third and final playoff spot in District 7-1A, Division II over both Roscoe and Cross Plains, who are 3-3.

Hornets can get No. 2 spot

November 7, 2013

Highland saw its hopes of a district title end with a 54-8 loss to top-ranked Ira last week.
But it didn’t end its hopes to grab the No. 2 playoff spot — something Highland will clinch by defeating Hermleigh when the teams meet today in Highland in the regular season finale.
Highland (5-4, 1-1) had its five-game win streak halted by Ira (9-0, 2-0), which with the victory assured itself of going into next week’s six-man playoffs as the top seed in District 7, Division I.
If Highland should defeat Hermleigh (5-4, 1-1), how-ever, the Hornets will join Ira in the postseason.

District champs

November 7, 2013

Highland’s junior high football team was the District 7 champion with a 3-0 record and was 8-1 overall.
Pictured are Cade Garrett, Carson Rowlett, Hunter Hammond, Kam-ren Shelton, Charles Chrismer, Jordan Johns, Dalton McGlothlin, Kol-ton Ford, Eli Sauer, Tuc-ker Harris, Nolan Mont-gomery, Dakota Bowen, Gage Braden, Diego Garza, Richard Fomby, Kanyon Carper, Keegan Pruitt, Hayden Adams and Zach Winslett.

A playoff season ends for the Lady Mustangs

November 7, 2013

Mikki Reschman is shown returning a volley for Sweetwater in the team’s Class 3A bi-district playoff match on Tuesday against Fabens.
The Lady Mustangs — who made the playoffs despite fielding one of their most inexperienced teams in several years — were defeated in three games in the match at Crane High School.

JV girls defeat Highland in season opener

November 7, 2013

Sweetwater’s JV girls bas-ketball team beat Highland’s JV girls, 34-29, on Monday in the season-opening game for both teams. Lauren Jones had 15 points to pace Sweetwater, while Sabrina Romero had 11 points to lead Highland.
Also scoring for Sweetwa-ter were Abby Garcia with six, Marissa Sanchez with five and Gabby Fuentes, Payton Moore, Jaya Atkins and Kaitlyn Foster with two points each. Kristen Harris had nine, Kailee Hall three and Emily Harris, Madison Braden and Kellse Cornett two apiece for Highland.
Roscoe girls lose to Eula in opener

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