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April 7th, 2014
Michael Hunt of Sweet-water shot another 77 Sat-urday in the second round of the District 4-3A boys golf tournament for a 154 total, leaving him in sixth place among medalists en-tering the final round Tues-day when the tournament moves to Sweetwater.
If he maintains his position, Hunt will qualify for regional competition next week with the second-best score â€” trailing only Jacob Lair (150) of Monahans â€” among all players not on one of the top two teams.
Big Spring (608) and Abi-lene Wylie (625) currently rank 1-2, with Sweetwater in fifth place at 670.
Sierra Allen of Highland on Sunday was named to the Abilene Reporter-Newsâ€™ All-Big Country girls basketball Super Team for the second straight year.
Highland was the host school Friday for its annual Hilltop Relays, which served as a tuneup for the district and area track meets it will host later this month start-ing with district Thursday.
Highlandâ€™s girls were second in the team standings with 76 points while Blackwell had eight. Black-wellâ€™s boys were fourth in their division with 62 points and Highland 11th (22). Individual points follow:
400 â€” Sierra Allen, High-land, 2nd (1:05.26)
800 â€” Kelsi Johns, High-land, 6th (2:48.94)
MONDAY, APRIL 7
Sweetwater varsity and JV girls will play the final leg of district tournament at Snyder.
Blackwell teams play the final leg of district tournament at Abilene.
Sweetwater JV and varsity teams at district meet in Big Spring.
Roscoe junior high teams host district meet.
TUESDAY, APRIL 8
Sweetwater JV and varsity host Greenwood at 4:30 and 7 p.m., respectively.
Sweetwater varsity and JV boys will host final leg of district tournament.
Sweetwater varsity and JV host Midland Greenwood at 5 and 7 p.m., respectively.
Two weeks ago, life was sweet for the Sweetwater baseball team.
The Mustangs were 15-3 overall, had a 12-game win-ning streak and were 2-0 in district play.
But since that time, not much has gone Sweetwaterâ€™s way.
The team lost its third straight Friday, falling 7-4 to Snyder at Sportsmanâ€™s Park in a game that saw the Tigers push across five runs in the final two innings â€” largely due to miscues com-mitted by the Mustangs â€” in rallying back from a 3-2 deficit.
The Sweetwater softball team can be thankful that it probably wonâ€™t ever have to face Snyderâ€™s Adrianna Hernandez again.
The Lady Tigersâ€™ talented senior on Friday shut out the Lady Mustangs for the third straight time, and got plenty of offensive support as her team rolled to a 12-0, five-inning win.
Snyder improved to 6-0 in district with the win, while Sweetwater fell to 0-6. But the Lady Mustangs (9-12 overall) were at least able to avoid being no-hit by Hernandez a second time when Cierra Knox hit a two-out single past third base in the fourth inning.
GIRLS GOLF RESULTS
At Maxwell Municipal
Golf Course, Abilene
Team totals â€” 1. Snyder 340-314-654; 2. Monahans I 336-330-666; 3. Sweetwater I 373-349-722; 4. Greenwood 391-354-745; 5. Big Spring 386-365-751; 6. Wylie 429-384-813; 7, Sweetwater II 412-409-821; 8. Monahans II 425-399-824.
VARSITY GIRLS AT
COLORADO CITY MEET
100 â€” Nisha Williams 4th (13.78); Davina Walker 5th (13.83)
200 â€” Williams 1st (26.95); Abby Garcia 6th (29.05)
100 hurdles â€” Lauren Jones 2nd (18.46)
400 relay â€” 2nd (51.85 â€” Danni Vega, Nisha Williams, Davina Walker, Abby Garcia)
Long jump â€” Abby Garcia 2nd (14-7)
Shot put â€” 4th (30-4)
Discus â€” Ziggy Collins 2nd (105-2)
MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS
AT ASPERMONT MEET
36 points (5th place)
Shot put â€” Texas Williams 2nd (30-5 1/2)
High jump â€” Angela Blueford 5th (4-2)
After losing to Wylie last Friday, Sweetwaterâ€™s baseball and softball teams are home again to face Snyder today with both hoping to reverse their recent District 4-3A fortunes. The baseball team is 2-2 but has lost two straight; the softball team is off to an 0-5 district start.
Sweetwaterâ€™s Kaleb Hoo-ver and Dylan Bennett were second team picks on the Abilene Reporter-Newsâ€™ Class 3A All-Big Country boys basketball team an-nounced today.
It was the third such honor for Hoo-ver, who this season aver-aged 10.8 points, 6.3 reb-ounds and two steals per game. Bennett averaged 10.7 points and seven reb-ounds per game.