Archive - Apr 2013 - Sports Article
Nick Nemir won both of the hurdles for Sweetwaterâ€™s varsity boys at the Merkel track meet, the Mustangsâ€™ final tuneup before district competition that will be held next week in Snyder.
Nemir had winning times of 15.27 seconds in the 110-meter hurdles and 40.42 seconds in the 300-meter hurdles. Deandre Gatson was third in the triple jump (42-2) and Isaiah McGee fourth in the long jump.
BLACKWELL HORNET RELAYS
1. Team totals â€” 1. Highland 93; 13. Blackwell 15 1/2.
100 â€” 6. Stephanie Metcalf, Blackwell, 13.55.
200 â€” 4. Metcalf, Blackwell, 28.66; 5. Sabrina Romero, Highland, 28.84.
400 â€” 4. Lora Stewart, High-land, 1:08.90.
800 â€” 3. Kelsi Johns, High-land, 2:43.57.
1600 â€” 3. Madison Moseley, Highland, 6:21.31.
3200 â€” 5. Taylar Hammond, Highland, 15:05.20.
100 hurdles â€” 1. Beth Rich-burg, Highland, 16.66; 4. Han-nah Allen, Highland, 18.05.
300 hurdles â€” 2. Richburg, Highland, 51.06; 5. Hannah Allen, 52.90.
Highlandâ€™s 6-1 junior post Sierra Allen has been named to the Abilene Reporter-News All-Big Country girls basketball team for Class 1A, Division II that was announced today.
Also, Highland girls coach Shea Baucom is the Repor-ter-Newsâ€™ All-Big Country coach of the year.
THURSDAY, APRIL 4
Sweetwater JV and varsity girls will compete at Colorado City meet.
Highland junior high teams host meet.
Blackwell and Roscoe junior high teams are at Highland meet.
FRIDAY, APRIL 5
Sweetwater varsity at Snyder, 7 p.m.
Sweetwater varsity and JV boys play second 18-hole leg of 54-hole district tournament in Abilene.
Sweetwater varsity and JV teams will play at Snyder at 5 and 7 p.m., respectively.
Sweetwater varsity teams at district tournament in Big Spring.
Highland varsity teams host meet.
Sweetwater is tied for sixth place after shooting a 352 during the first 18-hole leg of the boys district tournament at Snyder.
Sweetwater has two of the 12 teams that teed off at the Western Texas College Course on Thursday. The second leg of the tourna-ment is this Friday at Abi-leneâ€™s Maxwell Course.
Big Spring leads with a 301 total followed by Wylie (309), Snyder (312), Sny-der No. 2 (341) and Wylie No. 2 (342). Greenwood and Sweetwater both shot 352 in the first round.
Members of the Sweetwater Young Guns, a select travel team, are shown posing with their plaques after winning the championship at the Abilene Diamond Classic tournament that was held March 16-17 as part of Texas USSSA Baseball.
Pictured are, front row from left, Darian Carr, Rylan Hayes, Reese Hayes, Jacob Roden; middle row, Rylen Moncada, Daiman Atkins, Antonio Heredia, Blake Andrus, Austin Moreland, Xavier Rodela; and top row, coaches Randall Rea, Tony Roden and Kelly Andrus.