October 5th, 2012
FRIDAY, OCT. 5
Sweetwater varsity idle.
Roscoe varsity will host Cross Plains (Mum Night), 7:30 p.m.
Sweetwater varsity will play at Andrews team tournament starting at 8 a.m.
Sweetwater varsity and freshman teams will play at Midland Greenwood (separate gyms) at 5 p.m.
Sweetwater JV will play at Midland Greenwood, 6:30 p.m.
SATURDAY, OCT. 6
Highland junior high will host Lueders-Avoca (Highland homecoming), 4:30 p.m.
Highland varsity will host Lueders-Avoca (Highland homecoming), 7:30 p.m.
A 14-0 victory over Baird this past week did more than just end a long Roscoe losing streak that stretched back to the end of the 2010 season. It also put the Plowboys (1-3 overall) in the top half of the District 7-1A, Division II standings.
Now that Roscoe has finally tasted success, coach Jonathan Haseloffâ€™s team hopes to build on it and gets to do so tonight when it hosts Cross Plains (1-0, 2-2). The Buffaloes are also coming off a win after their 26-0 victory over Gorman last Friday.
Itâ€™s been awhile since the Sweetwater High School tennis team has seen action due in part to the weather. But if Mother Nature permits, the team is scheduled to play at a two-day tournament in Andrews today and Saturday.
Sweetwater last played on Sept. 25 at Abilene Cooper, and played it close only to lose 11-8. Results follow:
Girls doubles â€” Jenny Medellin and Kristen Casto won 8-5; Gewel Cherry and Teresa Perez-Poe won 8-6; Vida Gamez and Ashley Heaton won 8-0.
Sweetwater High Schoolâ€™s three volleyball teams will continue a three-game road swing today when they go to Midland Greenwood, with the varsity match set to tip off at 5 p.m.
A win today will be critical to Sweetwaterâ€™s playoff hopes after the Lady Mus-tangs lost to Wylie â€” the No. 1 team in the state in Class 3A â€” on Tuesday to fall to 1-3 in District 4-3A with six games left. Greenwood is also 1-3, but is coming off its first district win Tuesday against Snyder, also the only team Sweetwater has beaten in district play.
Pictured front row seated from left are Lena Lovelady, Maddie Jones, Marina Duran, Alexis Williams, Marissa Duran, Valeria Zavaleta; second row kneeling, Ally Heredia, Isabel Mendoza, Zanesha Williams, Lexie Castillo, Abby McPherson, Savanna Hall, Megan Holsey; back row standing, coach Amy Clark, Bailey Bernal, Shaneese Brown, Bianca Castillo, Morgan Whitley, Caroline Brennan, Ziggy Collins and Jamison Wingerley-Pratt.
On Sunday, it will be cloudy with a high near 59. Winds will be from the northeast around 10 mph.
Expect mostly cloudy skies tonight with a low around 43 and eastern winds around 5 to 10 mph. After midnight, winds will shift to the south.
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Saturday will be much cooler, with a high only around 47. Winds will be from the north around 15 to 20 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Chance of rain is 20%.
Tonight will be cloudy with a low of 43, with north-northeast winds around 15 mph. Gusts will be as high as 20.
How long with the cool weather be around? Go to weather.gov to find out.
To kick off the weekend, we'll see a high near 73 with partly sunny skies. Winds will come from the northeast around 5 mph.
Tonight, expect a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms, with a chance of showers after 1 a.m. It will be mostly cloudy with a low around 45, with northern winds around 15 to 20 mph. Gusts will top out as high as 25 mph. Chance of rain is 30%.
Head on over to weather.gov to learn more about the weekend cool-down.
The Pioneer Museum in Sweetwater has spent countless years preserving the history of the town and county as well as their citizens, but now the museum is in need of volunteers to continue that commitment.
Betty Turner, an employee with the Pioneer Museum, shared that any and all volunteers are welcome and encouraged to help. With a number of large and small projects to be done, the only thing missing are people to assist.
Highland ISD will be celebrating more than 75 years of educating students during their homecoming this weekend.
Highland began in 1936 as a group of smaller schools in the same area came together to form a larger school, including Champion and eventually Maryneal. The school now has its largest student body in history at just over 240 students pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. Homecoming is usually held every four years at Highland.