December 3rd, 2012
After winning all three of their games on Thursday, Sweetwater High Schoolâs varsity basketball teams were a collective 0-3 Friday at their respective three-day tournaments in Ballinger.
However, the Mustangs and Lady Mustangs were still highly competitive as two of the defeats were by a combined three points.
Sweetwaterâs sub-varsity boys basketball teams split their two games at Wall that were played on Tuesday.
The JV boys fell to Wall 60-24 to remain winless at 0-3, but the freshman boys won 44-18 in their season opener.
Marquees Jenkins scored 13 points, Johnathan Brow-ning six, Jack Poe three and Michael McCoy and Matthew Trevino one each for the JV boys while for the Sweetwater freshman boys, Denzell Moore poured in 12 points, Isaiah Gonzales seven, Colton Jackson and Michael Lawrence six, Joe Ruiz and JâCorey Amos five and Alontae Heath three.
JV RESULTS RECEIVED FROM NOV. 16-27
Roscoe JV boys 39,
Hawley JV boys 14
Rafael Aguayo 14, Luis Villa 13, Vincent Pantoja 4, Kevin Lavalais 2, Sebastian Benivamondez 2, Roman Acuna 2, Anthony Ortegon 2. Roscoe JV record: 1-0.
Roscoe JV girls 34,
Hawley JV girls 12
Olivia Saddler 10, Olivia Rovig 6, Selena Perez 6, Ashton Payne 6. Roscoe JV record not given.
Highland JV girls 16,
Roby JV girls 14
Sabrina Romero 6, Hannah Kirby 3, Bailey Garrett 2, Kelsi Johns 2, Tarin Weldy 2, Summer Huizar 1. Highland record: 2-4.
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL RESULTS RECEIVED FROM NOV. 15-26
Roscoe JH girls 24,
Eastland JH girls 4
Murissa Horton 12, Allison Acevedo 8, Shirley Sanchez 4.
Roscoe JH girls 17,
Breckenridge JH girls 5
Murissa Horton 10, Tabitha Davis 5, Allison Acebedo 2.
Ira JH girls 27,
Highland JH girls 13
Kellse Cornett 7, Karlie Allen 3, Reann Robison 2, Cheyanna Petty 1.
Highland JH girls 48,
Loraine JH girls 9
Karlie Allen 14, Madison Rowan 12, Madison Braden 8, Kellse Cornett 6, Reann Robin-son 4, Cheyanna Petty 4.
The Sweetwater Police Department (SPD) received 52 calls for service, issued no citations and made two arrests on Nov. 29, 2012.
The SPD received 22, 911 calls.
Calls for service:
â˘ Theft âÂ 1900 block of E. 14th.
â˘Â Fraud âÂ Sweetwater area.
â˘ Forgery âÂ 500 block of E. Broadway.
â˘ Theft âÂ 400 block of NE Georgia.
Arrested by SPD:
â˘ Male juvenile, 11 â Aggravated sexual assault of a child.
â˘ Timothy Burns, 40 â Public intoxication/possession of drug paraphernalia.
The Sweetwater Chamber of Commerce will once again host the annual Christmas parade this year.
The parade will take place at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 3, 2012. Line up will begin at 4 p.m. in the Higginbotham parking lot. The parade will travel west to Pecan Street.
The theme for this year's parade will be "Peace on Earth." Those wishing to participate are asked to call 235-5488 or go by the Chamber offices at 810 E. Broadway to fill out an entry form. The deadline to enter is by noon on Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. Remember, Santa cannot be on the float as it is the entry of the Chamber.
BROADWAY BAPTIST CHURCH
As the month of November comes to a close and the Holiday season begins, looking back I have found this to be a November to remember.Â It has been a time of trial and tribulation as well as victory in the valley.Â I ask myself, âWhat do I need to remember?â Romans 8:28 says, âAnd we KNOW that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose.â
The 39th annual Christmas Craft Show, hosted by the Sweetwater Elks Lodge #1257, will be open to the public on Saturday, Dec. 1, from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. and on Sunday, Dec. 2, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Concessions will be available and absolutely no pets are allowed at the event.
The Sweetwater Goodfellows were started by four Rotarians in approximately 1929.Â The Goodfellows have gone through many changes over the years.Â Today their mission is âto provide food and toys to needy families with children and food to needy individuals during the Christmas season.âÂ
Wal-Mart has once again partnered with the West Texas Children's Advocacy Center to provide a way for many children in the area to have a better Christmas.
The angel tree at Wal-Mart represents children who have been served by the WTCAC this year. Each angel has a child's gender, ages, sizes and special needs or a favorite toy of character that the child would like.