Archive - Sports Article
June 2nd, 2014
Several Blackwell High School athletes were given top awards at a year-end sports banquet that was held May 22.
Jayden Jones and Matthew Lowry were the co-recipients for outstanding boys athlete at Blackwell this past school year and Brooklyn Harris was outstanding girls athlete.
Mason Magness was the top male scholar athlete and also received the boys Fighting Hornet award. Receiving the girls Fighting Hornet award was Shianne Solis, while Halee Sanderson was the top female scholar athlete.
Front row seated from left, Jadyn Forbes, Zachary Flores, Roman Lopez; middle row kneeling, Ezra Martinez, Brendin Atkins, Corbin Gomez, Tucker Adkins; back row standing, manager James Flores, Christian Reid, Chase Soles, Tayton Thompson, Ethan Mendoza, coach Toby Forbes. Not pictured are coach Ron Atkins and player Wayland Smith.
Front row seated from left, Logan Thompson, Matthew Pena, Trey Jimenez; middle row, Hector Leyva, Blade Wood, Hunter Zientek, Brennan Faucett, Reese Kiser; back row, coach Bandera Wood, Jacob Stegge, Leo Holsey, Jacob Rosas, Jose (Angel) Vasquez, coach Tommy Wood. Not pictured is manager Tim Holsey.
Front row kneeling from left, Antonio Ramirez, Rylan Hayes, Reese Hayes, Seth Garcia, Ethan Boswell; back row, coach Kelly Andrus, Blake Andrus, Jacob Cunningham, Antonio Heredia, manager Randall Rea, Gavin Reyes, Austin Moreland, coach Ramon Granado. Not pictured is player Xavier Frith.
Front row seated from left, Ayden Rosas, Brady Faucett, Hector Medina; middle row kneeling, Jarren Hernandez, Darian Carr, Andres Neri, Elijah Kent; back row standing, manager Derek Carr, Brett Buckner, Markus Meneses, Carl Settle, coach Harry Rotan, Sam Spaulding, Daiman Atkins, coach Mark Meneses.
Front row seated from left, Ethan Cortez, Junior Martinez, Jacob Roden; middle row kneeling, Thomas Hernandez, Andy Hermosillio, Marquess Jones, Skyler Painter; back row, manager Benny Hernandez, Jonathan Sanchez, Ector Martinez, Rylen Moncada, coach Tony Roden. Not pictured is coach Roman Moncada.
Sweetwater Little League had a total of nine teams playing at single-elimination District 5 tournaments that got under way Saturday at Abilene, Clyde or Snyder with four age divisions.
Sweetwater will be repre-sented by three teams each in Minor League (ages 9-10) and Major League (ages 11-12), plus two Junior League teams (ages 13-14) and one Senior League team (ages 15-16). All of the teams will be trying to reach the district championship games that will be played later this week to end the regular season, with all-star action still to come.
Members of the area finalist Sweetwater High School baseball team were recently presented with resolutions by the Sweetwater ISD.
Standing from left are head coach Roland Herrera, Tyler Beasley, Ty Crain, Scott Warner, Quentin Wetsel, Stephen May, Greg Aiken, Michael Lawrence, Kaleb Hoover, assistant coach Chad Copeland; and seated, assistant coach Tony Cortez, James Clift, J.P. Poe, Johnathan Browning, Dylan Bennett and assistant coach Dane Bennett.
Seven graduating Sweetwater High School athletes will participate next month in an all-star sports festival that will have games in three area cities. The event, known as the Big Country Chevy Dealers FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) All-Star Festival, will be held from June 10-14.
From left are Micaela Reschman (volleyball), James Clift (baseball), Megan Carney (cheerleading), Kaleb Hoover (football), Kayla Chowning (cheerleading), Greg Aiken (baseball) and Caroline Lawrence (cheerleading).
A Lady Mustang Bas-ketball Camp will be held June 2-5 at the Sweetwater Middle School gym on 305 Lamar Street. The camp is for students who have completed grades 2-8. The camp sessions will be from 9 a.m. to noon. The cost is $35 which includes a T-shirt. Pre-registration is appreciated. A concession stand will be available. The campâ€™s goal is to improve playersâ€™ skills through instruction in individual skills and fun team competitions.
Send camp fee and regis-tration form to: Jill Lock-lar, 709 FM 2035, Sweet-water, TX 79556.
Roscoe has four basketball camps in June.