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April 3rd, 2015
For the first time in dis-trict play, Sweetwaterâ€™s of-fense sputtered Thursday.
But the Mustangs still found a way to win, beating Lubbock Estacado 3-2 in the bottom of the seventh inning as the bottom three hitters â€” actually four â€” in the order came through to push Sweetwater (3-0 in District 2-4A) past the last-place Matadors.
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THURSDAY, APRIL 2
Sweetwater JV Red and varsity teams host Lubbock Estacado at 4 and 7:30 p.m., respectively.
Sweetwater varsity hosts Lubbock Estacado (JV game cancelled), 5 p.m.
Sweetwater varsity teams host Wall (dual), 4 p.m.
Sweetwater varsity and JV teams at Colorado City meet.
Roscoe varsity and JV teams at Colorado City meet.
Highland varsity and junior high teams host meet.
FRIDAY, APRIL 3
Blackwell varsity teams host Hornet Relays.
After taking a short break, Sweetwater High Schoolâ€™s baseball and softball teams host Lubbock Estacado in District 2-4A action today.
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LUBBOCK â€” Although catching Big Spring may be out of reach for the Sweet-water boys golf team, there was good news Tuesday.
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On Monday, Sweetwater High School held its 2014-15 Mustang Football Awards Banquet at â€śThe Centerâ€ť on the Texas State Technical College campus.
All SHS varsity, JV and freshman football players were recognized as were SHS cheerleaders and student trainers. Special thanks was also giv-en to a number of other individuals for their support this season. The event was sponsored by the Mustang Booster Club.
Find photos of individual football players who received special awards decided by the SHS coaching staff in Wednesday's edition, either in print or our e-edition (subscription required).
Isaiah McGee picked up the only win for Sweetwaterâ€™s boys track team Saturday at a meet held in Stephenville with a leap of 20 feet, 1 3/4 inches in the long jump.
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Junior varsity softball players for Sweetwater this year include, bottom row kneeling from left, Jacinda Garcia, Marisa Gonzales, Alexe Alcala, Bianca Robledo; standing, coach Riley Jo Dunlap, Sonora Medellin, Texas Williams, Valorie Munoz, Alyna Rodriguez. Not pictured is Ainsleigh Nelson. The team lost to Lamesaâ€™s JV team 5-4 in its most recent game last Friday, and will host Lubbock Estacadoâ€™s JV at 7 p.m. Thursday.
Receiving all-tournament honors for the Sweetwater High School softball team at its recent Classic held in February were, from left, Cierra Knox, Maddie Berry, Savanna Hall, Jaya Atkins, Morgan Gomez and Annaliese Espinoza. Also pictured is coach Riley Jo Dunlap.
Two Roscoe boys had top-3 finishes at the San Angelo Relays last weekend. Kevin Lavalais placed second in the 200 dash (23.93) while Max Nemir placed third in the 300 hurdles (42.2). Roscoeâ€™s boys sprint and mile relays also competed but did not make the finals. Roscoe was one of the two smallest schools in its Class 2A-4A division.
The Sweetwater High School tennis team competed on Friday at a tournament held in Snyder. Sweetwater will play again on Thursday when it hosts Wall in a dual match.
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