Archive - Sports Article
February 2nd, 2011
The Sweetwater High School girls placed first and the SHS boys placed second on Saturday at the Lamesa powerlifting meet.
The girls put on a domi-nant showing at Lamesa as Sweetwaterâ€™s 45 points more than doubled the 19 by Colorado City, which came in a distant second.
Sweetwater High Schoolâ€™s basketball teams, who have been idle for the past week, are scheduled to be back on the court today when they play host to Big Spring at Mustang Gym â€” but only if the expected snowy and wet conditions outside allow it.
Both Sweetwater teams have two home games on their schedule this week, as Wylie is in town Friday.
Sweetwater Middle Schoolâ€™s seventh grade White boys team was the only local basketball winner at Big Spring on Thursday.
Sweetwater White won 23-21 as Isaiah Gonzales had 11 points to lead the way. Adan Sanchez and Matthew Trevino had four points and Andrew Briley and Adrian Salazar two.
The other SMS seventh grade boys team narrowly missed picking up a victory as the Red team lost to Big Spring 25-24.
Michael Hunt had eight points to pace Sweetwaterâ€™s effort, while Michael Lawrence scored six, Denzell Moore and Max Gomez each had four points and Cornelio Mendez two.
ROSCOE 7TH WHITE BOYS
AT ROSCOE TOURNAMENT
Bronte 7th grade 24, Roscoe 13
Bernardo Villa 11, Luis Villa 2.
Baird 7th grade 32, Roscoe 15
Bernardo Villa 8, Chase Saunders 2, A.J. Renteria 2, Antonio Gallegos 2, Luis Villa 1.
MUNDAY JV BOYS 46,
ROSCOE JV BOYS 14
Dillon Freeman 9, Emelio Morales 3, Luke Rovig 2.
HASKELL JV BOYS 55,
ROSCOE JV BOYS 17
Luke Rovig 8, Emelio Morales 3, Dillon Freeman 3, Kane Peavy 2, Brant Burnett 1.
ROSCOE JV GIRLS 26,
HASKELL JV GIRLS 20
Eva Aguayo 11, Torrey Willman 10, Justina Brasuell 4, Stina Tomlin 1. Roscoe record: 11-8.
The Highland girls bas-ketball team basically as-sured itself of a trip to the playoffs for the 10th consecutive year after defeating Loraine, 57-45, on Friday at the Highland gym.
Sierra Allen had 18 points and Kara Hughey 17 to pace the Lady Hornets, who im-proved to 8-2 in District 11-A, Division II.
The Highland boys lost to Loraine, 38-26, damaging their chances of reaching the play. Highland dropped to 2-6 in district play, while Loraine is now 4-4.
MONDAY, JAN. 31
Roscoe junior high girls host Stamford, 5 and 6 p.m.
Roscoe junior high boys at Stamford, 5 and 6 p.m.
Highland junior high teams at Roby starting at 6 p.m.
Blackwell junior high teams host Garden City starting at 5 p.m.
TUESDAY, FEB. 1
Sweetwater girls host Big Spring â€” JV at 4:30 p.m., varsity at 6 p.m., freshmen at 7:30 p.m.
Sweetwater boys host Big Spring â€” JV at 4:30 p.m., freshmen at 6 p.m., varsity at 7:30 p.m.
Roscoe JV and varsity teams host Rotan starting at 4 p.m.
Highland JV and varsity teams at Trent starting at 4 p.m.
The first month of the new year is nearly over. That means the high school basket-ball playoffs are getting close, and over the next few weeks the postseason berths in each of the stateâ€™s districts will be decided.
While Sweetwaterâ€™s teams are off tonight, the other six Nolan County varsity squads will see action and three of them are still very much in the playoff hunt. In District 9-A, Division I, Roscoeâ€™s teams have a doubleheader at Haskell while in District 11-A, Division II, Highlandâ€™s teams host Loraine and in District 12-A, Division II, Blackwellâ€™s teams will host Paint Rock.
Sweetwater High Schoolâ€™s girls powerlifting team placed second at Big Springâ€™s recent meet and posed with their plaque afterward. Standing from left are Bri Munoz, Alexis Thompson, Kika Hernandez, Loni Mendez, and Briana Rosas. Seated are Lexie Perez (holding the plaque) and Cari Aguilar.
Sweetwater played a basketball doubleheader at Snyder on Tuesday, but came up short as the girls lost 56-40 and the boys fell 71-33. Tino Martinez (24) is pictured. Both teams are idle this Friday.
(Photos courtesy of Snyder Daily News)
The Blackwell boys bas-ketball team may not win a playoff berth this season, but the Hornets still gave their fans a memorable ef-fort Tuesday at Robert Lee.
Blackwell overcame a five-point deficit after three quarters to tie the Steers 44-44 at the end of regul-ation. Then it got really crazy as the Hornets forced three overtimes before losing, 59-55. Caleb Jeter had 25 points for Blackwell, which fell to 2-6 in District 12-A, Division II and 9-14 overall while Robert Lee improved to 4-4 and 12-9.