Archive - Sports Article
March 30th, 2011
Sweetwater High Schoolâ€™s girls golf team is in second place after hosting the first round of the district golf tournament on Tuesday at Sweetwater Country Club, although no Lady Mustang is currently among the top five medalists.
Sweetwater shot 370 as a team to outdistance everyone except Snyder, which shot 341 to take a 29-stroke lead in the 54-hole event, which resumes next Monday at Wylie.
Sarah Witt had Sweetwa-terâ€™s best individual round. Witt carded a 90, putting her in a tie for sixth place and nine out of the lead.
EARLY â€” Sweetwaterâ€™s Jayci Shelton won three events to pace the Lady Mustangs to a third-place finish at Earlyâ€™s track meet this past Saturday.
Here are Sweetwaterâ€™s varsity and JV results from the Early meet:
Triple jump â€” 3. Browning, 35-0.
Long jump â€” 1. Shelton, 16-2 1/4; 5. Crosson, Sweetwater, 15-2.
High jump â€” 2. Campbell, 4-8.
100 hurdles â€” 1. Shelton, 15.01.
800 Relay â€” 2. Sweetwater, 1:50.70.
300 hurdles â€” 1. Shelton, 45.74; 5. Browning, 49.86.
200 â€” 1. Crosson, 27.06.
1600 relay â€” 3. Sweetwater, 4:20.09.
400 relay â€” 5. Sweetwater, 46.57.
Here are the area track results from Robyâ€™s meet this past weekend:
Team totals â€” 5. Highland 65; 6. Roscoe 52.
100 â€” 5. Gaston, Blackwell, 13.62.
800 â€” 1. Morales, Roscoe, 2:29.49.
1600 â€” 1. Morales, Roscoe, 6:02.36; 2. Craig, Roscoe, 6:24.11; 5. Luna, Roscoe, 6:56.05.
3200 â€” 1. Craig, Roscoe, 13:40.75.
400 relay â€” 6. Highland, 55.82.
800 relay â€” 4. Highland, 2:53.21.
1600 relay â€” 2. Highland, 4:36.29; 3. Roscoe, 4:39.65.
100 hurdles â€” 2. Richburg, Highland, 18.19; 5. Monroe, Highland, 20.87; 6. McGlothlin, Blackwell, 21.02.
Sweetwaterâ€™s Junior League Red Sox won a tournament this past weekend at the Abilene Northern field by beating Snyder 6-2, Sweetwaterâ€™s Angels 10-7 and Abileneâ€™s White Sox twice, first 6-4 and then 4-3 for the championship. Back row from left, coach Josh Gilbert, Rocky Montenez, Roman Acuna, Denzell Moore, Ty Crain, Zach Carrasco, Jonathan Neri, Joe Ruiz, coach Jack Poe; front row, Michael Lawrence, Jâ€™Corey Amos, Isaiah McGee, J.P. Poe, Bray Amos, Chris Figueroa and Gage Hannah.
The Sweetwater High School boys golf team went to Brownwood for the first leg of the District 5-3A tournament on Monday and shot a 324 for third place after the opening round.
With two 18-hole legs to play in the 54-hole event, Sweetwater trails only Big Spring, which has the lead with a 308 total, and Wylie, which shot 318. Snyder is fourth (331), followed by Snyderâ€™s No. 2 team (346) and Wylie No. 2 (361).
For both the Sweetwater High School baseball and softball teams, today marks the beginning of perhaps the most import-ant part of their seasons.
Both teams will be playing their next four District 5-3A games in front of their home fans, starting with Brownwood today.
The Lady Mustang softball team (1-1 in district, 10-9 overall) plays at 5 p.m. while the baseball team â€” which is 0-1 in District 5-3A and 10-11-1 for the season â€” will begin its game against Brownwood at 7 p.m.
The Sweetwater girls golf team shot a 356 total this past Thursday for a 59-shot win at the Lamesa tournament. Members of the team are, pictured above from left, Elise Lawrence, Sarah Witt, Jodie May, Alex Gomez and Amy Witt. Gomez was a second-place medalist with an 86. Sweetwater will be hosting the first leg of the District 5-3A golf tournament at Sweetwater Country Club on Tuesday.
It was a non-district game against a Class 2A opponent. Still, Fridayâ€™s 19-4 romp against Crane at Jerry Collins Complex was a very impressive way for the Sweetwater softball team to begin a five-game homestand.
The 19 runs represented the Lady Mustangsâ€™ highest output of the year, and they needed less than four full innings to amass their total â€” as well as get 13 hits â€” against Crane.
The Sweetwater girls golf team shot a 356 total this past Thursday to outpace its nearest competitor at the Lamesa Invitational tourn-ament by 59 strokes.
Merkel came in a distant second with a 415 total, while Kermit (421) was third, Midland Christian (422) fourth and Lamesa (454) fifth. Fourteen schools were entered in the event.
Sweetwater also had four of the top six medalists as Alex Gomez (86) was sec-ond, Elise Lawrence (89) was fourth, Sarah Witt (90) was fifth and Jodie May (91) was sixth. Shanae Ammons of Lubbock Trinity shot 84 to capture medalist honors.
8th grade boys
2400 â€” Colton Scott 5th (9:46.8)
400 relay â€” 1st (48.71 â€” Bray Amos, Victor Hernandez, Isaiah McGee, T.C. Huitt)
100 â€” Huitt 1st (12.41); Kristopher Duran 1st (12.49)
800 relay â€” 1st (1:43.70 â€” Amos, Hernandez, McGee, Huitt)
200 â€” Duran 1st (26.20); Duante Williams 3rd (26.7)
1600 relay â€” 3rd (4:07 â€” Amos, Williams, McGee, Hernandez)
Long jump â€” Amos 3rd (17-4)
Triple jump â€” Williams 1st (36-0 1/4)
7th grade boys
2400 â€” Brandon Gutierrez 2nd (9:12.90)
400 relay â€” 6th (1:00.43 â€” Daniel Camacho, Mark Lawrence, Max Nemir, DeShawn Williams)