Archive - Sports Article
March 11th, 2011
FRIDAY, MARCH 11
Sweetwater varsity at second day of Abilene tournament. Scheduled game: Sweetwater vs. Abilene High at Abilene High, 4 p.m.
Sweetwater JV and varsity boys host first round of tournament at Sweetwater Country Club.
Sweetwater and Roscoe boys qualifiers compete at regional meets at Sundown High School.
Sweetwater varsity at first day of Post tournament.
Sweetwater JV and varsity teams at Big Spring meet.
SATURDAY, MARCH 12
Roscoeâ€™s varsity teams and JV boys traveled to Rotan to begin their track season this past Saturday.
The Roscoe girls and boys placed fourth at their meets as they scored 73 and 59 points, respectively, while the Roscoe JV boys team edged Haskellâ€™s JV 129-128 to win its division.
Those placing in the top six are listed.
59 points (4th place)
Shot put â€” Juan Solis 4th (39-9)
Discus â€” Landon Jones T4th (106-6); Juan Solis 6th (93-1)
Long jump â€” Jose Rangel 6th (13-8)
High jump â€” Cody Graham 2nd (5-4)
These members of the Sweetwater High School boys powerlifting team have qualified for the regional powerlifting meet to be held Friday at Sundown High School. Seated from left are Zack Rosas, Kyle Lambert, Spencer Young, Anthony Palacios, Adrian Lopez, Alex Garcia, Mateo Gonzales, Sam Nemir, Ryan Linebaugh, Jose Garcia; front row, Hunter Johnson. Not pictured are Jay Lomas and Cory Burns. The top two in each class at the regional meet advance to the state meet in Abilene next week.
The Sweetwater softball team saw its record fall to 6-5 heading into a weekend tournament at Post after losing a 9-7 decision at Colorado City Tuesday.
Sweetwater had over twice as many hits (15) as Colorado City, but never led in the contest due in part to baserunning and fielding errors as well as pitching wildness, said coach Steve Roberts.
Kelsi Crosson led the offense by going 4-for-4 with a double while Alicia Finn had three hits and Suede Shirley (triple), Angela Garza and Kendra Crosson had two each.
THURSDAY, MARCH 10
Sweetwater varsity at Abilene tournament through Saturday, March 12.
Sweetwater JV at San Angelo Lake View tournament through Saturday, March 12.
Sweetwater 7th and 8th grade teams at Clyde meet.
Roscoe varsity teams at Throckmorton meet.
Roscoe junior high teams at Hamlin meet.
Blackwell varsity teams host meet.
Blackwell junior high teams host meet.
Highland varsity teams at Blackwell meet.
Highland junior high teams at Blackwell meet.
FRIDAY, MARCH 11
Once again, Sweetwaterâ€™s Kris Mayes was his dominating self on the mound Tuesday against Midland Greenwood. And just for good measure, the Mustang pitcher brought a big bat to Newman Park as he led his team to a 3-0 victory.
Mayes (1-2) â€” who tossed an eight-inning one-hitter and struck out 16 in his most recent outing three days earlier at Sweetwaterâ€™s annual Wood Bat Classic, but took a hard-luck loss due to a couple of late errors â€” got the victory this time, though he was in a scoreless pitching duel for the first four innings. However, Mayes changed that with one swing of the bat.
The Sweetwater High School golf team shot a 668 total this past weekend at the Andrews Boys Classic to place seventh out of 20 teams.
Sweetwater, which hosts its annual invitational tournament starting Friday at Sweetwater Country Club, was tied for ninth after an opening 335 but moved up two places after a 333 on the final day at Andrews.
Sweetwater High Schoolâ€™s track teams went to Snyder to compete at a season-opening meet on Friday.
The SHS girls scored 52 points for a fifth-place finish in their division and were led by senior Jayci Shelton, who won both hurdles and placed in two other events.
Itâ€™s not even mid-March, and Sweetwaterâ€™s baseball team has already equalled its win total for the entire 2010 season. The Mustangs can exceed it by defeating Midland Greenwood today at Newman Park starting at 6 p.m.
The Mustangs are off to an 8-2-1 start after going 8-21 a year ago, and five of this seasonâ€™s victories â€” including four this past weekend at Sweetwaterâ€™s annual Wood Bat Classic â€” have come in the friendly confines of Newman Park.
Sweetwater finished 4-1-1 at its three-day event that ended Saturday.
After an 11-1 loss at San Angelo Lake View on Saturday, the Sweetwater High School softball team will try to rebound today when it goes to Colorado City for a 6:30 p.m. contest.
A nine-run, second-inning uprising by Lake View turned Saturdayâ€™s game into a blowout as Sweetwater fell to 6-4. The Lady Mustangs managed to avoid a shutout by scoring in the fifth inning, but still lost by the 10-run rule. Kinsey Browning, Jackie Carey and Suede Shirley had hits and Taylor McKoy, Alicia Finn and Maty Montgomery pitched. Sweetwater committed four errors.