Archive - Sports Article
March 24th, 2012
Notes: Sweetwater JV baseball team cancelled its home game with Brownwood on Monday, March 26. It will be made up as part of a JV doubleheader in Brownwood on April 14. Events on March 27 involving Sweetwater varsity baseball and JV and varsity softball, girls golf and JV tennis were changed due to STAAR testing on March 27.
Sweetwater varsity plays at Brownwood, 6:30 p.m.
Sweetwater girls play first leg of district tournament at Wylie.
Sweetwater JV and var-sity play at Brownwood, 5 and 6:30 p.m.
THURSDAY, MARCH 29
Highland and Blackwell finished first and second with 159 and 146 points, respectively, in varsity boys team track competition on March 9 when Blackwell hosted its Hornet Relays.
The two schools also had a 1-2 finish at the junior high meet held at Blackwell the same day. Highland scored 197 points and Blackwell had 188.
Complete boys results from both meets follow:
Sweetwater Middle School boys track teams competed at a meet held in Wall on Thursday.
The eighth grade boys had 70 points to place fourth in their division, while the seventh grade boys finished with 39 points.
Sweetwater Middle School girls track results were not available at press time. Both teams will be competing at Colorado Cityâ€™s track meet this Friday.
8TH GRADE BOYS
70 points (4th place)
2400 â€” Brandon Gutier-rez 4th (9:23.57)
400 relay â€” 3rd (50.75 â€” Max Gomez, Deshaun Wil-liams, Max Nemir, Austin Kamer)
110 hurdles â€” Mark Law-rence 2nd (18.94)
Sweetwater Little League will include the following divisions and teams for the 2012 season:
T-ball (5-6 year-olds): Angels, Astros, Braves, Brewers, Cardinals, Dia-mondbacks, Dodgers, Giants, Pirates, Rangers, Red Sox, Reds, White Sox, Yankees.
Farm League (7-8 year-olds): Astros, Pirates, Rangers, Red Sox, Tigers, Yankees.
Minor League (9-10 year-olds): Dodgers, Phil-lies, Rangers, Rays, Red Sox, Riverdogs.
Major League (11-12 year-olds): Aâ€™s, Astros, Diamondbacks, Reds, Yankees.
Junior League (13-14 year-olds): Astros, Rangers.
Sweetwater High School golfers Elise Lawrence (left) and Alex Gomez tied for second place medalist honors on Tuesday at the Lamesa tournament. They shot 83s to finish behind Shanae Ammons of Lubbock Trinity, who shot an 81. All five members of the SHS girls team placed among the top 10 medalists at the tournament as Rachel Hunt placed fourth, while Amy Witt was eighth and Haylee Stewart ninth.
Sweetwater High Schoolâ€™s girls golf teams played well in a tournament at Lamesa on Tuesday. On the back row are members of the varsity team that shot 362 to place first at the tournament, easily beating out second-place Lamesa by 63 strokes. From left are Rachel Hunt (93), Elise Lawrence (83), Alex Gomez (83), Amy Witt (103) and Haylee Stewart (104). Seated on the front row are members of the JV golf team that finished third at Lamesa after shooting a 444 total. From left are Caroline Lawrence, Meagan Car-ney, Alexis Castillo, Sier-ra Hernandez and Laney Wallace.
THURSDAY, MARCH 22
Sweetwater middle school teams are at Wall meet.
Roscoe junior high teams are at Rotan meet.
Highland junior high teams are at Jayton meet.
Blackwell junior high teams are at Jayton meet.
FRIDAY, MARCH 23
Sweetwater varsity teams at Levelland tournament.
Sweetwater varsity girls are at Big Spring meet.
Highland varsity teams are at Jayton meet.
Blackwell varsity teams are at Jayton meet.
SATURDAY, MARCH 24
Sweetwater varsity hosts Odessa High, noon.
Sweetwater JV hosts Abilene High JV, 3 p.m.
Pictured here are Ryan Line-baugh (left) and Sam Nemir of Sweetwater, who won their respective weight classes at the regional powerlifting meet at Sundown. They will now compete this Saturday at the state meet in Abilene as will Mateo Gonzales, who placed second in his weight class at regionals in Sundown.
Sweetwaterâ€™s 8-6 win over Wylie on Tuesday has dramatically changed the teamâ€™s outlook through the first two games of the 2012 District 5-3A softball season. And the Lady Mustangsâ€™ victory could not have been more dramatic.
Sweetwater ran into a high-scoring Wylie team when the teams met in their District 5-3A base-ball opener here Tues-day, and the Mustangs were soon in a hole from which they never recovered. The Bulldogs needed just five innings to decide the issue at Newman Park as they came away with a domi-nating 16-1 win that was ended by the 10-run mercy rule. Sweetwater fell to 6-7-1 overall, while Wylie improved its season mark to 9-3.