Archive - Sports Article
November 29th, 2011
Sweetwater High School will hold its annual football banquet Monday, Dec. 12 at 6:30 p.m. at the Nolan County Coliseum Annex.
The tickets to this yearâ€™s banquet will be available for $10 each at the SHS field-house until noon on Dec. 8. SHS football players, cheerleaders and student trainers will not be required to buy a ticket. The junior varsity White and Red and varsity teams will be recognized for their hard work and dedica-tion this year, and cheer-leaders and student trainers will also be introduced and thanked. A highlight video will also be shown.
Bowl-a-Rama tourney Dec. 15
Twelve Sweetwater High School football players have earned all-District 5-3A recognition for their outstanding play this past season.
Four were named to the first team â€” senior utility back Sam Nemir, senior tight end Gabriel Medellin, senior defensive lineman Mateo Gonzales and junior cornerback Nick Nemir, Samâ€™s younger brother.
Six volleyball players from Sweetwater High School have received all-District 5-3A recognition, with three named to the first team.
Sweetwaterâ€™s first teamers are Kathleen Campbell, who made it for the second straight year as a middle blocker; Kendra Crosson at outside hitter; and Suede Shirley at setter. All three are juniors. Shirley was named to the second team as a sophomore and Crosson was named as the districtâ€™s newcomer of the year.
8th grade Red 19
Sweetwater points: Mikeilah Foust 10, Morgan Gomez 3, Abby Garcia 2, Jaya Atkins 2, Morgan Rudel 2. Steals: Mikei-lah Foust 3, Marissa Sanchez 2, Mickenzie Brownlow 2, Alaina Andrews 2, Abby Garcia 1, Morgan Gomez 1, Gabby Fuentes 1. Rebounds: Morgan Rudel 3, Alaina Andrews 2, Mikeilah Fout 2, Victoria Jiminez 2. Halftime: Wylie 27, Sweetwater 8. Sweetwater record: 0-2.
8th grade White 30,
Roscoe 8th grade 42,
Haskell 8th grade 38 (OT)
Roscoe points: Kevin Lavalas 18, Nikolas Schriber 10, Javier Leanos 9, Bernardo Villa 2, Luis Villa 2, Vincent Pantoja 1. Halftime: Roscoe 11, Haskell 8. Regulation: Roscoe 33, Haskell 33.
Haskell 7th grade 16,
Roscoe 7th grade 15
Roscoe points: Brayden Beal 4, Johnathan Cuellar 4, Austin Willman 3, Javier Armenta 2, Quentin Saddler 2. Halftime: Roscoe 8, Haskell 8.
Sweetwater Red 36,
Sweetwater points: Michael Hunt 10, Adrian Vizzerra 10, Jâ€™Corey Amos 7, Mark Lawrence 3, Joe Ruiz 2, Michael Lawrence 2, Hardy Escobar 2.
Sweetwater White 23
Sweetwater points: Adan San-chez 7, Roman Acuna 6, Isaiah Gonzales 5, Victor Garcia 4, Alontae Heath 1.
Sweetwater Red 24
Sweetwater points: Jacoby Hunt 14, Matthew Figueroa 4, Jordan McGee 2, Daniel Olguin 2, Lowell Williams 2.
Sweetwater White 18
One night after getting a dramatic win over Colorado City on a buzzer-beater by Taylor Jones, the 5-9 senior poured in a season-high 21 points while Sweetwater got off to a good start here Tuesday against Andrews.
However, Jones didnâ€™t get a lot of scoring help as no other Mustang player was able to reach double figures, and the visiting Mustangs came away with a 59-41 win. The game was basically decided in the third quarter, when Andrews outscored Sweetwater 19-8 after leading just 27-22 at halftime.
A three-game gauntlet against Class 5A foes is finally over for the Sweetwater girls basketball team.
Tuesdayâ€™s 46-27 loss to Abilene Cooper was the Lady Mustangsâ€™ third in a row after a 3-0 start. The Lady Coogs held Sweetwa-ter to just eight field goals and its lowest point total of the young season.
Highland split a basket-ball doubleheader against Spur on Tuesday. The girls (4-1) won, 53-29, for their fourth straight victory but the boys (1-2) fell to Spur by a score of 37-27.
For the girls, Sierra Allen scored 20 points while Kara Hughey (16) and Beth Rich-burg (11) were also able to reach double figures. Jessica McCain had four and Lora Stewart two for Highland, which led 16-5, 30-10 and 35-16 at the quarter breaks.
A near-disastrous second quarter failed to sink the Sweetwater boys basketball team here Monday, which used a big third-quarter rally to overcome a 10-point halftime deficit. But the Mustangs saved the best for the very end in defeating Colorado City, 49-47, on Taylor Jonesâ€™ buzzer-beating shot at Mustang Gym.