Archive - Sports Article
October 3rd, 2012
Kaleb Hoover is the Football Player of the Week for Sweetwater.
Hoover had four catches for 71 yards and one touchdown last week against Brownwood, and also had two solo tackles on defense.
First Downs â 94; Rushes-yards â 161-913; Passing yards â 896; Total yards â 1809 (361.8 avg.); Passing â 65-119-2; Fumbles-Lost â 18-5; Penalties-Yards â 41-337; Points scored â 105 (21.0 avg.).
First Downs â 94; Rushes-yards â 194-1120; Passing yards â 662; Total yards â 1782 (356.4 avg.); Passing â 63-107-4; Fumbles-Lost 7-5; Penalties-Yards â 37-275; Points allowed â 118 (23.6 avg.).
Sweetwaterâs Shelby Cason returns a volley during the Lady Mustangsâ District 4-3A match Saturday against Big Spring. Cason and her teammates play at first-place Wylie today to begin a three-game road trip.
After suffering its first defeat one week earlier, Sweetwaterâs JV football team (4-1) got back in the win column this past week with a 38-13 victory over Brownwood at Mustang Bowl.
Sweetwater Middle School teams won just one of their four games against Brown-wood this past Thursday in Brownwood.
The SMS seventh grade Red team was the lone win-ner as it improved to 3-0 with a 22-18 victory. The seventh and eighth grade White had their first games after being a combined team the first two weeks of the season and lost by scores of 16-6 and 12-0, respectively, while the eighth grade Red is now 0-3 after a 32-0 set-back to Brownwood.
Some losses hurt a little more than others.
That was the case here on Saturday as the Sweetwater volleyball team let what ap-peared to be a sure win turn into a five-game loss in a crucial District 4-3A match against Big Spring.
Sweetwater (1-2, 21-12) rallied from a 25-23 loss in the opener to win the next two by scores of 25-20 and 25-18, and was on the verge of closing out the match af-ter going ahead 22-18 in the fourth game.
But Big Spring went on a 7-1 run to win 25-23 and force a Game 5.
MONDAY, OCT. 1
Sweetwater 7th and 8th grade teams will host Snyder at 5 and 6:15 p.m., respectively.
TUESDAY, OCT. 2
Sweetwater freshman and JV teams at Wylie (separate gyms) at 5 p.m.
Sweetwater varsity at Wylie, 6:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 3
Sweetwater runners are at Jim Ned meet.
THURSDAY, OCT. 4
Sweetwater 7th grade teams are idle.
Sweetwater 8th grade teams are idle.
Sweetwater freshman teams are idle.
Sweetwater JV teams are idle.
Roscoe jr high at Cross Plains (one team), 5 p.m.
BROWNWOOD â After pulling within eight points of Brownwood with 6:52 left and then forcing the Lions to start consecutive possessions from inside their 5-yard line, Sweetwater was poised to complete a rainy fourth-quarter comeback here Friday.
Clinging to a 21-13 lead, Brownwood was pinned at its 2 after a 47-yard punt by Sweetwater quarterback Kaegan Jeffrey with 4:08 to play. But the Lions went to their wildcat formation, and Eddie Duque raced 95 yards before finally being dragged down at Sweetwaterâs 3.
Roscoe kicked off District 7-1A, Division II play with a 14-0 win over Bairdâs Bears on Friday. The big news? Not only was it the teamâs first win, but also Roscoeâs first victory since late in the 2010 season.
Roscoe (1-3) got touch-downs from Eduardo Gal-legos and Vincent Pantoja, and the defense shut down Baird (1-3) to complete the victory. The Bears finished with just 157 yards.
Pantoja gave the Plowboys a 6-0 lead when he scored on a 16-yard run in the first quarter.
Sweetwaterâs freshman football team improved to 4-1 by defeating Brownwood 16-6 here Thursday.
Max Gomez threw touchdown passes of 80 yards to Michael Lawrence and 30 yards to Scott Warner, plus a two-point pass to Adrian Vizzerra, and Corey Mendez had a safety. Dylan Jimenez, DâJaman West, Austin Kamer and Mark Lawrence were also offensive standouts. On defense, Lawrence had two interceptions and West one, and Israel Vera, Branson Guelker, Daniel Maldonado, Warner, Den-zell Moore, Vizzerra and Mendez were the other defensive standouts.