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October 17th, 2011

Mustangs stop Steers, end 5-3A drought

October 17, 2011

It wasn’t as easy as the final score might suggest, but the “drought” is over for Sweetwater. And so is a three-game losing streak.
Friday’s 28-6 win at Mus-tang Bowl over Big Spring was the first for Sweetwater since becoming a member of District 5-3A and finally halted a nine-game streak in district play that dated back just over two years.

Roscoe, Blackwell still looking for W

October 17, 2011

Roscoe’s Plowboys easily had their best defensive effort of the season. At the same time, the Blackwell Hornets had a season-high point total in their contest.
Yet both teams are still in search of their first victories despite those milestones, as they are now 0-7 overall.
Roscoe (0-2 in district) did not allow a point over the final three periods but also failed to score against Roby in a 14-0 defeat.
Chris DeLeon ran for 70 yards and also recovered a fumble for the Plowboys.

JV teams lose at B-Spring

October 17, 2011

Sweetwater’s JV teams traveled to Big Spring on Thursday and lost both games. Both teams will play their final home games when they enter-tain Snyder this Thurs-day starting at 5 p.m.
Big Spring 41,
Sweetwater
JV White 24
Sweetwater White got its three touchdowns on a 5-yard pass from Kae-gan Jeffrey to Duanta Williams, a 47-yard run by Jay Lomas and a 17-yard fumble return by Daven Alvarez. Jeffrey ran over a 2-point con-version and threw to Williams for another, while Lomas ran for the team’s other two points.
Alvarez recovered a fumble to lead Sweetwa-ter’s defensive effort.

Lady Stangs’ playoff hopes dim with defeat

October 17, 2011

After coming alive with 25-22 win in Game 3 to extend Friday’s match, the Sweetwater volleyball team was unable to sustain its momentum against No. 8 Big Spring here Friday.
Instead, the Lady Steers — who had won the first two games by scores of 25-15 and 25-16 — came back to wrap up the match with a 25-14 win in Game 4. Big Spring improved to 3-2 in district with the win, while Sweetwater dropped to 1-4.

Netters play LV

October 17, 2011

The Sweetwater High School tennis team lost 11-8 to San Angelo Lake View on Thursday, but many players and pairings won their matches. The winners against Lake View included Madison Meneses and Heidi Taylor (8-2) and Jenny Medellin and Kristen Casto (9-7) in girls doubles; Chris Hernandez and Isaiah Hernandez (8-6) in boys doubles; Taylor (6-1, 6-0), Meneses (6-0, 6-0), Medellin (4-6, 6-4 with 10-8 tiebreaker) and Casto (6-0, 6-2) in girls singles; and Stephen Shipp (6-2, 1-6 with 11-9 tiebreaker) in boys singles.

SMS v’ballers win tourney

October 17, 2011

A pair of Sweetwater Mid-dle School volleyball teams won first place while host-ing a Dig Pink tournament that was held at the middle school on Oct. 8.
Results received by the Sweetwater Reporter are as follows:
8TH GRADE WHITE
(Tournament champions)
Match 1: Def. Snyder
11-25, 25-20, 25-22
Points: Rebecca Gonzales 12, Alaina Andrews 11, Caitlyn Slaton 11, Alyssa Soles 11, Katie Fox 9, Cheyenne Falcon 5, Ashley Bax 2. Attacks: Katie Fox 5, Rebecca Gonzales 2, Lena Martinez 2, Cheyenne Falcon 1, Caroline Guelker 1, Caitlyn Slaton 1.
Match 2: Def. Brownwood
14-14, 27-25, 25-22

Middle school grid teams win, tie vs. Big Spring

October 17, 2011

In middle school football action this past Tuesday, Sweetwater eighth grade teams got a win and a tie against Big Spring. How-ever, both seventh grade teams lost at Big Spring.
Both of the seventh grade teams host Snyder Tuesday while the two eighth grade squads are at Snyder.
At Sweetwater
8TH GRADE RED 23,
BIG SPRING 12
Adrian Vizzerra was great on both sides of the ball for Sweetwater Red, catching scoring passes of 15 and 20 yards from Max Gomez and also scoring on a 40-yard interception return.

October 15th

Check presented to Campbell Family

October 15, 2011

Shown are Melinda Moncada and Jan Bartlett presenting Darrell Campbell and Amber Campbell with the check for the money raised at the benefit held in Darrell Campbell’s honor. The check was presented on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2011.

Over $10K raised at Darrell Campbell benefit

October 15, 2011

Shown are Julie Hurn, Eric Reed, Jarrett Knowles, Jan Bartlett, Montie Hale, Tommy Wood, Rob Hohman, Sam Cunningham, Pat Lenoir, Mark Webb, Les Soles, Carla Hebert, Jeremy Bohall, Lance Richburg, Darrell Campbell, Melinda Moncada, Mike McElyea, Armando Renteria and Carolyn Hale at the benefit event held on Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011, for former Sweetwater police officer Darrell Campbell, who was shot in the line of duty while serving the Snyder Police Department. $10,500 was raised at the event, exceeding the $10,000 goal.

Johnson attends Stearman Fly-In

October 15, 2011

National WASP Museum Board Member Bill Johnson recently represented the museum at the 40th annual National Stearman Fly-in at the Galesburg, Ill., Municipal Airport. Bill joined new friends of the museum, Marie and Pete Spear, there to enjoy flying in their vintage Stearman and marvel at the other 138 WWII biplanes.
Along with the Spears, Bill and the other enthusiasts toured the flight line, took airplane rides and enjoyed performances by pilots of this classic that have served in roles from military trainer to aerial applicator to show aircraft since 1934.

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