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June 11th, 2014
A Lady Mustang Baskeball Camp was held last week at the Sweetwater Middle School gym for girls who have completed grades 2-8.
Sweetwater, Highland, Roscoe and Blackwell will all have recently-graduated athletes participating in games that are all part of the Big Country Chevy Dealers-Fellowship of Christian Athletes All-Star Festival this week.
They are among the 250 athletes and cheerleaders at the event that was expanded to include baseball and softball starting this year and is being held in three cities.
Four of the 12 area athletes who were chosen to participate will be playing in all-star basketball games on Thursday in Brownwood.
Recent Sweetwater High School graduate and four-year letterman Greg Aiken will be playing in a presti-gious all-star baseball game on Saturday.
The Texas High School Baseball Coaches Associ-ation has chosen Aiken as one of two Class 3A first basemen for the North team when it takes on a South all-star team at 3 p.m. that day at Round Rock. Both teams also include recently graduated high school baseball players from 1A and 2A. A 4A-5A game will be played at 7 p.m. Saturday.
The Lady Mustang Softball Camp has been rescheduled for June 10-13 at Sweetwater's Jerry Collins Complex, with camp times from 9 a.m. to noon each day, according to head softball coach Tony Heredia.
Heredia said anyone needing to register may do so at 8:30 a.m. at the Corral (portable building) behind the outfield.
The cost will be $35, The camp is for students who have completed grades K-8 and will offer instruction with fielding, throwing and hitting drills. Please call Heredia at (210) 478-1922 for more information.
A Lady Mustang Soft-ball Camp will be held June 9-12 at the Jerry Collins Softball Complex for students who have completed grades K-8. Camp sessions will be from 9 a.m. to noon. The cost is $35. Campers should be pre-registered. The camp will instruct students in fielding, throwing and hitting drills. Send the camp fee and form to: Tony Heredia, 1515 Josephine St., Sweetwater, Texas 79556. For more information, call Heredia at (210) 478-1922.
Mustang Baseball (both age levels): Anto-nio Heredia, Blade Wood, Skyler Painter, Braxton Gomez, Christopher Gom-ez, Matthew Hernandez, Thomas Hernandez, Harri-son Foster, Jackson Foster, Rylan Hayes, Reese Hayes, Kylar Holsey, Leonard Holsey, Rylan Moncada, Andrew Gerold, Cade Need-ham, Brendin Atkins, Jadyn Forbes, Ayden Castillo, Tyler Chavez, Stason Hernandez, Kneed Davis, Seth Davis, Michael Rogers, Aaron Palma, Logan Thompson, Zac Flores, Elvis Gonzalez, Corbin Knapp, Donavin Adames, Tayton Thompson, Tucker Frieda, Tristen Lon-goria.
Jacie Alexander, Murissa Horton, Michaela Horton, Megan Kirkland, Jovana Pena, Riley Sheridan, Jaleigh Morales, Kinzie Buchanan, Aaron Thomas, Will Thom-as, Gage Turnbow, Ty Fullwood, Tate Fullwood, Kolby Montgomery, Hunter Anglin, Jayden Gonzales, Sarah Sexton, Madison Mims, Amber Knox.
ABILENE â€” The District 5 Major League title game was tied 0-0 through two innings Thursday. But Abilene Easternâ€™s Nationals got three third-inning runs, and cruised from there to a 13-0 victory over Sweetwaterâ€™s Rangers at Cal Young Park.
Sweetwaterâ€™s only hit was Rylan Hayesâ€™ double, a booming drive to centerfield that led off the second inning. He was stranded after moving to third due to three straight strikeouts.
Though it was 0-0 at the time, the Nationals seized control. After three runs in the third, they pulled further ahead with two runs in the fourth to make it 5-0.
ABILENE â€” Sweetwaterâ€™s Rangers took advantage of two critical mistakes by Abilene Easternâ€™s Braves to score the go-ahead fifth-inning run Wednesday in the teamsâ€™ District 5 Major League (11-12) semifinal.
Then Reese Hayes retired the last six hitters in order to complete a 6-5 win for the Rangers that sent them into the title game at 7 p.m. today. Hayesâ€™ twin brother, Rylan, scored the go-ahead run for the Rangers following a passed ball and a throwing error that went over the third basemanâ€™s head by Easternâ€™s catcher in the top of the fifth inning.