Archive - Sports Article
June 9th, 2015
Three Nolan County high school coaches and 14 recently-graduated senior athletes and cheerleaders will be participating this week in the Big Country Chevy Dealers Fellowship of Christian Athletes All-Star Festival, a three-day event being held in three West Texas cities starting Thursday.
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A total of 53 students who are entering grades 1-5 participated in a basketball camp held last week at the Roscoe Collegiate gym. The camp was led by coaches Kelly Jo Sexton, Shella Arnwine and Kayla Graves. Another summer hoops camp will be held June 15-17 at Roscoe Collegiate for girls and boys who are entering grades 6-9 next year.
This summer, Sweetwater will hold a Mustang Basketball Camp, a Lady Mustang Vol-leyball Skills Camp, a Lady Mustang Bas-ketball Camp, a Mustang Baseball Camp, a Lady Mustang Soft-ball Camp, a Mustang Football Camp, and a Tennis Camp. Roscoe will hold a Football Camp and Basketball Camp.
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A total of 10 Sweetwater High School softball players have been given all-District 2-4A recognition for their outstanding achievements during one of the Lady Mustangsâ best seasons in school history.
Four players â pitcher Maddie Berry, outfielder Abby Garcia, catcher Naomi Gonzales and infielder Cierra Knox â were named to the first team for Sweet-water while three others â infielders Morgan Gomez and Megan Holsey and out-fielder Lauren Jones â are on the second team.
Isaiah McGee was recently chosen as âMr. Mustangâ at Sweetwater High School.
McGee was one of five recently-graduated SHS senior athletes who was nominated for the honor, along with Bray Amos, Ty Crain, Kaegan Jeffrey and J.P. Poe. McGee participated in football â where he won all-state and all-area recognition â basketball, baseball and track. He was also named all-district in baseball and was a regional qualifier in track.
Sweetwater will be playing in a 7-on-7 football state qualifying tournament held in Brock on Saturday.
The state qualifying event at Brock will have 16 teams divided into four pools and Sweetwater plays each of the other three teams in its pool, beginning with Springtown at 10 a.m.
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Summer camps held in Sweetwater will include basketball, volleyball, baseball, softball, football and tennis. Roscoe will hold sports camps for football and basketball.
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Gaga Soedarsono and Sabrina Romero received the Fighting Hornet Award at Highland High Schoolâs recent end-of-the year athletic banquet.
Sweetwaterâs remaining three teams lost their single-elimination games in District 5 Little League tournament play Monday.
The Major League Red Sox, the only local team to advance in Saturdayâs first round, lost to the Dixie Cubs 11-6.
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A fundraiser was held at the Sweetwater High School gym this past Friday. The event was intended to allow varsity volleyball players to participate in summer camps and pay tournament entry fees and other costs. A drawing was held at the event and a Henry Golden Boy .22 rifle was given to Tony Cortez, the winner of the drawing.