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Sweetwater High School will honor its 2012 fall sports athletes with a banquet Thursday, Jan. 10 starting at 6 p.m. at the Nolan County Coliseum annex.
Athletes in football, cross country and volleyball will be recognized for their hard work and dedication. Also, Sweetwaterâ€™s cheerleaders and trainers will be intro-duced and thanked for their support. A highlight video will be shown. The Mustang Booster Club will also have a silent auction to support the athletes. Tickets are $12 and available until Monday, Jan. 7 at 4 p.m. at the high school fieldhouse, and will not be sold at the door.
DEC. 17 â€” VS. BIG SPRING
7th grade Red 23,
Big Spring 14
Sweetwater individual scoring: Texas Williams 11, Jessica Poe 6, Angela Blueford 2, Sonora Medellin 2, Eva Ornelas 2.
Big Spring 16,
7th grade White 3
Sweetwater individual scoring: Latimer Burnett 2, Dharma Hernan-dez 1.
8th grade Red 21,
Big Spring 10
Sweetwater individual scoring: Kensi Chowning 12, Stephanie Castillo 4, Maddie Berry 3, Davina Walker 2.
Big Spring 20,
8th grade White 11
Sweetwater individual scoring: Amber Smith 7, Sonya Sanchez 2, Danielle Vega 2.
DEC. 13 â€” AT WYLIE
Wylie 32, 7th grade Red 12
A total of nine Nolan County football athletes have been given all-region honors from the Texas Six-Man Coaches Association.
Blackwellâ€™s Jayden Jones was named to the all-region Division II, Region II first team as both a running back and a linebacker. Blackwellâ€™s Mason Magness and Ted Chambliss made the second team at cornerback and safety, respectively while Cody Shamblin, Mark Monroe and Franck Cano received all-region honorable mention.
The Highland girls improved to 15-3 this season by with a 68-26 victory over Throckmorton on Thursday, while the Blackwell boys (3-10) got their first District 14-A, Division II win Friday with a 54-24 victory over Sterling City.
Sierra Allen had 15 points, Madison Moseley 14, Han-nah Allen 11 and Beth Richburg 10 for Highland while Lora Stewart scored eight, Kaylee Martin six and Schyler Kimbrell four for Highlandâ€™s girls, who came up with 31 of their points in the second quarter.
THURSDAY, DEC. 27
Sweetwater varsity boys play at Anson tournament through Saturday, Dec. 29.
Sweetwater varsity girls play at Slaton tournament through Saturday, Dec. 29.
Roscoe varsity teams play at Eula tournament through Saturday, Dec. 29.
FRIDAY, DEC. 28
Highland varsity teams at Spur starting at 2 p.m.
Blackwell varsity boys host Irion County, 2 p.m.
VS. COLORADO CITY
Colorado City 34,
JV-freshmen boys 26
Sweetwater individual scoring: Denzell Moore 8, Jâ€™Corey Amos 5, Michael Lawrence 5, Johnathan Browning 2, Hardy Escobar 2, Michael Hazard 2, Alontae Heath 2.
VS. COLORADO CITY
Colorado City 26
Sweetwater individual scoring: Cierra Knox 12, Lexi Castillo 7, Maddie Jones 7, Shaneese Brown 6, Bianca Castillo 6, Abby McPherson 6, Morgan Whitley 4, Jaya Atkins 2, Nisha Williams 2. Sweetwater record: 14-0.
AT MIDLAND CHRISTIAN
Midland Christian 27,
Roscoe JV boys 35, TLCA 33
Roscoe individual scoring: Rafael Aguayo 17, Kevin Lavalais 11, Luis Villa 6, Vincent Pantoja 1.
Forsan 46, Roscoe JV boys 26
Roscoe individual scoring: Rafael Aguayo 11, Roman Acuna 6, Luis Villa 5, Chase Cathey 2, Kevin Lavalais 2.
Highland JV boys 18
Highland individual scoring: Emrick Wilson 9, Zack Cornett 6, Kevin Pantoja 2, Eli Shelton 1.
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Roscoe girls 10, Hermleigh 7
Roscoe individual scoring: J. Guzman 3, Alex Guia 2, Murissa Horton 2.
Roscoe 7th grade boys 18, Highland 7th grade boys 9
THURSDAY, DEC. 20
Highland JV girls at Knox City, 4 p.m.
Highland JV boys and varsity girls and boys will host Throckmorton starting at 4:30 p.m.
FRIDAY, DEC. 21
Blackwell varsity teams host Sterling City starting at 2 p.m.
Blackwell lost both ends of a District 14-A, Division II basketball doubleheader at Paint Rock on Tuesday.
The Blackwell boys lost to Paint Rock 47-33 in their district opener. Mason Mag-ness paced the Hornets (2-10 overall) with 10 points while Ethan Andrews had nine points, Wade Allen and Jayden Jones six and Ted Chambliss two. Paint Rock led 12-6, 21-15 and 33-20 at the breaks.
After missing the first 11 games of the 2012-13 basketball season due to an injury he suffered at the end of football season, Sweetwaterâ€™s Kaleb Hoover showed little rust in his return Tuesday night against Colorado City.
In fact, last seasonâ€™s district Newcomer of the Year appears ready for the start of 4-3A action which is less than a month away. The 6-1 junior scored a team-high 19 points in leading the Mustangs to a 45-42 victory, completing a doubleheader sweep at Sweetwaterâ€™s gym.