Archive - Sports Article
February 28th, 2012
The Sweetwater High School girls golf team shot a two-day total of 776 at the Sweetwater Classic for a third-place finish this past weekend.
Only Abilene High (707) and Abi-lene Cooper (719) finished ahead of Sweetwater, which was in fourth place after an opening 385 on Friday but moved up one position on Saturday after a finishing 391. Jim Ned (793) and Wylie (801) completed the top five, while Sweetwaterâs No. 2 team shot 866 to place eighth and the No. 3 team shot 951 to place 12th among the 14 teams in the field.
After today, the Sweetwa-ter baseball team finally says goodbye to San Angelo.
Following a season-opening tie at Class 4A San Angelo Lake View and a split of its four games at Lake Viewâs tournament this past week, the Mustangs will host the Class 5A San Angelo Central Bobcats at 7 p.m. today at Newman Park.
A total of 24 high school powerlifters from Sweetwater â 10 girls and 14 boys â advanced to regional competition when Sweetwater hosted the final qualifying meet on Feb. 18.
The 10 girls qualifiers â representing every Sweetwater powerlifters who competed at Sweetwaterâs meet â are Joslyn Rosas, Loni Mendez, Lexi Perez, Dana Hohn, Cari Aguilar, Kimmie Lomas, Allie Zavaleta, Bri Painter, Valerie Zavaleta and Alexis Thompson. This yearâs girls regional meet will be held Saturday in Monahans.
MONDAY, FEB. 27
Sweetwater JV at Hawley, 6 p.m.
Sweetwater varsity girls at Brownwood tournament.
Highland junior high teams at Westbrook meet.
TUESDAY, FEB. 28
Sweetwater varsity hosts San Angelo Central, 7 p.m.
Sweetwater JV and varsity teams host Anson, 5 and 6:30 p.m.
THURSDAY, MARCH 1
Sweetwater varsity hosts Wood Bat Classic at Newman Park.
Sweetwater JV at Abilene tournament.
Sweetwater varsity at Big Spring tournament.
Sweetwater JV at Eula tournament.
Roscoe junior high teams at Roby meet.
Here are Friday and Saturday scores from the Sweetwater High School softball tournament that was held at Jerry Collins Complex:
Clyde 15, Anson 3
Colorado City 9, Winters 1
Hawley 16, Post 0
Hawley 8, Colorado City 2
Clyde 8, Sweetwater 5
Sweetwater 13, Perryton 2
Post 12, Winters 3
Colorado City JV 8, Clyde JV 2
Sweetwater 6, Colorado City 3
Post 9, Anson 5 (consolation semifinal)
Merkel 15, Hamlin 0 (consolation semifinal)
Hawley 9, Clyde 8 (championship semifinal)
Eula 3, Hawley JV 2 (championship semifinal)
Merkel 15, Post 0 (consolation championship)
Here are Thursday's scores from the Sweetwater High School softball tournament being held at Jerry Collins Complex:
Eula 10, Colorado City JV 6
Roby 25, Hamlin 5
Colorado City JV 16, Hamlin 0
Hawley JV 2, Merkel 1
Clyde 19, Perryton 0
Eula 5, Roby 0
Hawley JV 2, Perryton 1
Merkel 14, Clyde JV 0
THURSDAY, FEB. 23
Sweetwater varsity at San Angelo Lake View tournament.
Sweetwater JV at Big Spring tournament.
Sweetwater varsity hosts tournament (all games played at the Jerry Collins Complex).
Sweetwater JV teams at Midland tournament.
FRIDAY, FEB. 24
Sweetwater varsity at Lake View tournament.
Sweetwater JV at Big Spring tournament.
Sweetwater varsity and JV girls teams host tournament (Sweetwater Golf Classic at Sweetwater Country Club).
Sweetwater varsity boys at Abilene Wylieâs one-day tournament.
Sweetwater High Schoolâs three-day softball tournament begins today at the Jerry Collins Complex with eight games on the schedule. However, the host team â off to an impressive 4-1 start after beating Clyde, 4-3, on Tuesday in Clyde â will get the day off before playing its first tournament game at 5:30 p.m. Friday.
After taking a week off, Sweetwaterâs golf teams get back into action Friday with the boys going to Abilene Wylieâs one-day tournament and the girls hosting a tournament at Sweetwater Country Club that wraps up Saturday.
The girls tournament will begin Friday with tee times at 9 a.m. Sweetwater is ex-pected to have 18 players participating â three five-player teams in addition to three medalists. The top three teams and medalists will receive awards follow-ing Saturdayâs conclusion of the 36-hole event.
Sweetwater never trailed in its season-opening base-ball game Tuesday at San Angelo Lake View, but was unable to put the Chiefs away as darkness forced the teams to settle for a 7-7 tie at the end of seven innings.
Sweetwater jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning Tuesday before Lake View came to bat, and also led 5-2 after a three-run fourth and 7-5 after a two-run sixth, only to see its advantage disappear each time.