Archive - Sports Article
November 22nd, 2010
The Highland girls picked up their first win of the 2010-11 season on Friday, but the Highland boys and Roscoe girls both lost.
Highlandâ€™s girls (1-3) rallied in the second half for a 45-41 win over Sands. However, Highlandâ€™s boys lost 63-2 and Roscoeâ€™s girls fell to Cross Plains 29-28.
After losing their last two games by a combined two points, Highlandâ€™s girls had to overcome a 23-18 halftime deficit to beat Sands.
The Lady Hornets pulled ahead by a point, 29-28, at the end of three periods and then outscored Sands 16-13 in the fourth quarter.
Dylon Adames scores for Sweetwater on Tuesday during overtime against Hawley while teammate Kevin Sepeda watches. Adames scored five of his seven points in the extra period to help the Mustangs pull out a 71-62 victory in their 2010-11 season opener. Sweetwaterâ€™s boys travel to Coleman for a 6:30 p.m. tipoff Friday while the girls will play host to Abilene High, also starting at 6:30 p.m.
ROSCOE â€” The Roscoe girls got their first win of the season by beating Blackwell, 50-23, on Tuesday.
Kimberly Norris scored 20 points to pace Roscoe (1-1). Sara Kingston and Lynnsi Moses had six, Katie McIntire five, Faith Boren four, Jacinda Morales, Carolina Perez, Kaitlinn Reed and Whitney Williams two and Jacey Tomlin one.
Blackwell (0-3) was led by Jennifer Allen and Amanda Bullard with six while Kaitlyn Gaston had four, Brooklyn Harris three and Jessica Morrow and Reccie Roland two. Also, Bullard pulled down 12 rebounds and Roland seven.
Breckenridgeâ€™s fourth-quarter rally was too much for the Sweet-water girls basketball team to over-come here Tuesday as the Lady Mustangs were defeated, 44-40, in their home opener of the season.
The Lady Buckaroos finished the game with a 10-3 run, taking their first lead with 1:28 left while taking advantage of Sweetwaterâ€™s struggles at the free throw line. The Lady Mustangs made just 4 of 18 for the game, including 2-of-9 in the fourth quarter, and also had 33 turnovers, but still had a chance to win or at least force overtime until the final seconds of the contest.
Talk about working overtime.
For some reason, thatâ€™s what the Sweetwater boys basketball team has to do when it faces Hawley.
After having to go overtime to beat the Bearcats in both meetings this past season, the Mustangs once again required an extra period to beat Hawley, 71-62, here Tuesday in their 2010-11 season opener.
The Roscoe girls cross country team finished in 11th place at this past weekend at the state meet held in Round Rock. The Plowgirls qualified for state with a third-place finish the previous week at the regional meet in Arlington. Pictured from left are alternate Alura Renteria, Katie McIntire, Kim Norris, Crystal Luna, Justina Brasuell, Mirian Solis, Jacinda Morales and Amber Craig. The Plowgirls were coached by Kelli Joe Sexton and Jessie Smith. Individually, Morales had the highest finish as she placed 29th.
The high school basketball season will be arriving in full force here today, as the Sweetwater boys open their season against Hawley at 8 p.m. and the Sweetwater girls entertain Breckenridge at 6:30 at Mustang Gym.
Also on tap today will be freshman and JV girls con-tests at 5 p.m. in both gyms and a JV boys game at 6:30 at the old high school gym.
MONDAY, NOV. 15
Roscoe jr high boys host Munday, 5 and 6 p.m.
Roscoe jr high girls at Munday, 5 and 6 p.m.
Highland jr high teams at Ira starting at 6 p.m.
Blackwell jr high teams at Bronte starting at 5 p.m.
TUESDAY, NOV. 16
Sweetwater freshmen and JV girls host Brecken-ridge (both gyms), 5 p.m.
Sweetwater varsity girls and JV boys host Hawley (both gyms), 6:30 p.m.
Sweetwater varsity boys host Hawley, 8 p.m.
Roscoe JV and varsity teams host Blackwell starting at 4 p.m.
Highland JV and varsity teams at Robert Lee starting at 4 p.m.
THURSDAY, NOV. 18
TUSCOLA â€” Roscoe knew it couldnâ€™t afford to turn it over against Munday in its Class 1A bi-district playoff against the Moguls and have a chance to win.
Unfortunately, thatâ€™s just what happened as the Plowboys coughed it up five times, four times in the first half. That helped Munday race to a 42-8 lead at intermission and cruise from there to a 49-14 victory.
The Moguls also racked up 404 yards, the vast ma-jority of it coming in the first half, while limiting Roscoe to 172.
Roscoe and Blackwell lost season-opening girls basketball games this past Tuesday. The Plowgirls fell to Winters 72-42 in their opener, while the Lady Hornets were defeated by TLC Academy 26-18.
For Roscoe, Kimberly Norris had 17 points while Jacinda Morales contributed six points, Natalie Anthony and Kaitlinn Reed five, Carolina Perez three and Faith Boren, Katie McIntire and Lynnsi Moses two. Winters also won the JV game 27-26 as Eva Aguayo scored nine, Mirian Solis eight, Tiffany Seider four, Alexandria Cuellar and Alura Renteria two and Justina Brasuell one.