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September 28th, 2011
Kaleb Hoover is the Football Player of the Week for Sweetwater. Hoover, a 155-pound sophomore wide receiver, had five catches for 57 yards in a 28-26 loss to Midland Greenwood Four of Hooverâs catches were in the fourth quarter, including two first-down receptions on the teamâs final scoring drive that came in the last 43 seconds.
First Downs â 82; Rushes-yards â 191-849; Passing yards â 628; Total yards â 1477 (295.4 avg.); Passing â 47-80-6; Fumbles-Lost â 12-6; Penalties-Yards â 37-326; Points scored â 89 (17.8 avg.).
First Downs â 59; Rushes-yards â 152-455; Passing yards â 606; Total yards â 1061 (212.2 avg.); Passing â 58-115-5; Fumbles-Lost 5-1; Penalties-Yards â 32-278; Points allowed â 53 (10.6 avg.).
All four Sweetwater Middle School football teams went to Midland Greenwood this past Thursday and two came back with victories.
8th grade White 20, Greenwood 14
Deshawn Williams had touchdown runs of 50, 60 and 35 yards in leading Sweetwater White (2-1) to a win over Greenwood.
Isaiah Gonzales added a two-point conversion pass to Adan Sanchez, and also had a 50-yard TD pass to Matthew Trevino that was called back due to penalty.
Greenwood 28, 8th grade Red 26
Sweetwaterâs White Flag Mustangs won their most recent game 28-0 over Abileneâs Bucs, getting two touchdowns by Tyler Chavez and one each from Ivan McCann and Jadyn Forbes.
In addition, Jayden Perez, Chavez, Forbes and Logan Thompson all had extra points and offensive plays came from John Rine, Angel Delapaz and Cash Barnes. Kyler Holsey, Roman Camacho and Derek Arenivaz were the other team players.
MONDAY, SEPT. 26
Sweetwater 7th and 8th grade at Big Spring, 3:30 p.m.
Sweetwater 7th and 8th grade teams host Snyder, 5 and 6:15 p.m.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 27
Sweetwater JV hosts Snyder, 4 p.m.
Sweetwater teams at Andrews starting at 5 p.m.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 29
Sweetwater 7th grade at Midland Christian, 4:30 and 5:30 p.m.
Sweetwater 8th grade at Midland Christian, 6:30 and 7:30 p.m.
Sweetwater JV Red and White vs. Midland Chris-tian, 5 and 6:30 p.m.
Highland JV at South-land JV, 7:30 p.m.
Blackwell junior high at Trent, 5:30 p.m.
GREENWOOD â Once again, Sweetwater got off to a slow start in Fridayâs non-district game at Midland Greenwood. But this time, the Mustangsâ comeback â make that comebacks â were not enough.
Greenwood twice built 14-point leads with the help of six Sweetwater turnovers. Then the Rangers (3-2) held on for dear life to survive a thrilling fourth-quarter rally by the Mustangs for a 28-26 victory.
It was an especially tough loss for Sweetwater (3-2), which exploded big plays all over the field â primarily through the air â and nearly forced overtime with an almost miraculous finish.
ROSCOE â Roscoe trailed just 6-0 after one quarter against Mundayâs heavily-favored Moguls, providing some hope for the Plowboy fans who showed up for the schoolâs homecoming.
However, Munday dashed those hopes by finding the end zone six times over the next two periods en route to a 55-6 victory.
The only solace for Ros-coe fans was that the Plow-boys (0-5) avoided a shutout on Eduardo Gallegosâ 61-yard touchdown run with 4:42 to play.
BIG SPRING â Sweet-waterâs volleyball team has made big strides this sea-son. But the Lady Mustangs were unable to pull off what would have been a big upset in Fridayâs district opener at Big Spring.
The Lady Steers, ranked No. 9 in the latest Texas Girls Coaches Association Class 3A poll, swept past the Lady Mustangs by scores of 25-20, 25-21 and 25-15.
Sweetwater Red 6
Sweetwater Red (1-4) got its only points on a 43-yard pass from Seth Peeples to Nathan Weidebusch in the fourth quarter but came up just short at Mustang Bowl. On defense, Kris Duran had an interception and tipped pass and Chris Castro had a tackle for a loss.
âWe played hard and are proud of the kidsâ effort,â said coach Al Hunt.
Sweetwater Red 45,
The Sweetwater JV Red team jumped out to a 33-0 lead after the opening per-iod as they improved to 4-1 this season.
MONDAY, SEPT. 12
vs. Big Spring
7TH GRADE RED
Won 25-17, 23-25, 25-8
Points â Maddie Berry 19, Kensie Chowning 13, Brittany Peeples 6, Lauren Jones 4, Kaitlyn Foster 1, Rhylee Meneses 1, Christa Martin 1. Coach Jill Locklarâs comments: âThe girls played much better than they did the last two weeks. I am proud of them.â
7TH GRADE WHITE
Lost 25-27, 21-25
Points â Danielle Vega 9, Jacinda Garcia 7, Katelyn Painter 6, Sonia Sanchez 3, Robbi Hannah 2, Amber Smith 2. Attacks â Amber Smith 2, Danielle Vega 2, Jacinda Garcia 1, Robbi Hannah 1, Katelyn Painter 1.
8TH GRADE WHITE