May 16th, 2011
The Nolan County Sheriff's Office is asking for the communityâ€™s help tracking down a missing 40 year old who wandered away from his parentsâ€™ home and may be disoriented.
Doyle Lee Parsons left a home on Country Road 181 about 10 miles North of Blackwell. He was last seen by his father around 8 p.m. Saturday evening.
It's believed he may be disoriented due to a recent medication change. He's not considered violent or dangerous.
Ground broke last week on a new apartment complex being built near Southeast Elementary School called Mustang Heights Apartments. It is a proposed multi-family residential rental community to be located at East Arizona Avenue and I-20 Frontage Road. The development will be comprised of 80 units on 7.59 acres.
AUSTIN â€” Roscoeâ€™s Caden Smith won his second silver medal in as many days Saturday at the UIL track and field championships with a throw of 54-5 1/2 in the Class 1A boys shot put.
Smith, a senior, also captured a second-place silver medal Friday in the boys discus with a throw of 167-7. He finishes his high school career with four state medals, including the third-place bronze medals he won in the discus and shot put in 2009.
CLASS 3A GIRLS
100-meter hurdles â€” 1. Jessica Green, Liberty Hill, 14.43; 2. Jayci Shelton, Sweetwater, 14.45; 3. Trianna McCalister, Mona-hans, 14.50; 4. Natalie Baker, La Vernia, 14.79; 5. Shakayla Johnson, Cald-well, 14.91; 6. Catherine Bloomfield, Lampasas, 14.91; 7. Antonisha Stewart, Carrollton Ranchview, 15.10; 8. Erin Sims, Lorena, 15.15; 9. Shanice Randall, Carrollton Ranchview, 15.23.
AUSTIN â€” All three state qualifiers from Nolan County earned medals at the UIL high school track and field championships Friday, and one of them â€” Jayci Shelton of Sweetwater â€” medaled in both of her events.
AUSTIN â€” Ryan Mercer of Sweetwater became the third member of his family to win all-state honors after completing his final round with a 149 total on Friday at the Class 3A boys golf tournament.
A Lady Mustang Bas-ketball Camp for students completing grades 1-7 will be held June 6-9 at the Sweetwater Middle School gym.
Times for the camp are from 9-11:30 a.m. all four days. The cost will be $35 and pre-registration is greatly appreciated. A concession stand will be available. The goal of the camp is to improve playersâ€™ skills in basketball through instruction in individual skills and fun team competitions.
District MVP â€” Sydney Laws, Brownwood.
Newcomer of the Year â€” Adrianna Hernandez, Snyder.
Co-Offensive MVPs â€” Sydnie Darden, Brownwood; Makenley Lunsford, Wylie.
Defensive MVP â€” Angelina Castillo, Big Spring.
Coach of the Year â€” Amanda Bludworth, Brownwood.
Pitcher â€” Taylor McKoy, Sweetwater.
Catcher â€” Cassie Cummings, Wylie.
Infielders â€” Nat Delatorre, Brownwood; Larisa Salazar, Brownwood; Ashtin Hand, Snyder; Mackenzie Stone, Big Spring; Alicia Finn, Sweetwater; Chelsea Contreras, Wylie.
Three Sweetwater players have been named to the all-District 5-3A softball team announced recently, while three others made the second team and one player received all-district honorable mention.
Junior infielder Alicia Finn was a first-team selec-tion for the second consecutive year. Joining her on the first team were senior pitcher Taylor McKoy and sophomore outfielder Kendra Crosson.
A new, local organization is hoping to bridge the gap in community leadership.
The Young Leaders of Sweetwater (YLS) met for a noontime meeting on Monday, May 9, 2011 at the Chamber of Commerce. The 40 and under group met to discuss their Open House slated for June 7 at First Baptist Church to be held on the 3rd floor of the Education Building.