February 7th, 2012
The Sweewater High School freshman boys basketball team plays its final home game today. The team, which hosts Brownwood at 6 p.m., has a 12-6 season record and is 3-3 in district with two games left. Pictured are, standing from left, Isaiah McGee, Clay Kitchens, Rhett Torres, Duanta Williams, Jonathan Neri; seated, J.P. Poe, Bray Amos, Colton Scott, Martes Harris and Nick Haley. Not pictured is coach Skylar Houston.
Sweetwater High Schoolâs basketball teams will wel-come Brownwood to Mus-tang Gym today for the final varsity doubleheader of the 2011-12 season with little more than pride at stake.
Todayâs game will also end the season for the SHS girls, who are 1-6 in district and 15-17 overall. The Lady Mustangs, who are sched-uled to tip off at 6 p.m., are facing a Brownwood team that has a 5-2 district mark and clinched the No. 2 play-off spot this past Friday by defeating Big Spring 40-26.
A rosy hue radiated during the second annual Go Red for Women luncheon at the Sweetwater TSTC (Texas State Technical College) campus on Friday, Feb. 3, 2012.
Nolan County American Heart Association (AHA) board member Jerrie Gee welcomed the guests to the venue and thanked the business sponsors, Shannon Regional Medical Center in San Angelo, Sweetwater Floral, members of the local AHA board and the regional director of the AHA for their assistance toward the success of the luncheon.
Sweetwater Middle School seventh grader John Clift (shown), son of Dan and Kim Clift and Sweetwater Intermediate School fifth grader Kara Lehnert, daughter of Dustin and Yvonne Lehnert, will represent Sweetwater Independent School District at the Odessa American Regional Spelling Bee on Saturday, Feb. 25. The winner of the regional Spelling Bee will have the opportunity to compete nationally.
Shown are Sweetwater Jaycees who picked up trash on Highway 70 South, on Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012. Between 45-50 bags were picked up.
"We thank the community for their continued support and are glad we get a chance to beautify the south entranceÂ to our wonderful town."
ROBY â With quail season in full swing, experts are asking hunters to be on the lookout for sick or dead wild quail to help them solve a nagging mystery.
âWeâre asking hunters to let us know of any strange-acting quail or, better yet, of anyÂ carcasses they come across or sick birds theyâve found,â said Dr. Dale Rollins, Texas AgriLife Extension Service wildlife specialist at San Angelo.
The annual Sweetwater Jaycees Miss Snake Charmer Scholarship Pageant is a time where young ladies from throughout the Big Country come together to compete for scholarship money. At last year's pageant, past queens were recognized for the 52nd year of the Miss Snake Charmer Pageant.
The annual pageant will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 8, at the Sweetwater Municipal Auditorium. The pageant is open to all girls between the ages of 16-19 who live within a 75 mile radius of Sweetwater.
MONDAY, FEB. 6
Sweetwater varsity hosts Levelland (scrimmage), 5 p.m.
Sweetwater 7th and 8th grade âAâ and âBâ girls host Snyder, 5 and 6:15 p.m.
Sweetwater 7th and 8th grade âAâ and âBâ boys play at Snyder, 5 and 6:15 p.m.
Roscoe junior high teams play at Munday starting at 5 p.m.
Highland junior high teams will host Trent starting at 6 p.m.
TUESDAY, FEB. 7
Sweetwater girls host Brownwood â JV at 4:30 p.m., varsity at 6 p.m., freshmen at 7:30 p.m.
Sweetwater boys host Brownwood â JV at 4:30 p.m., freshmen at 6 p.m., varsity at 7:30 p.m.
ABILENE â Wylie had plenty to celebrate when the No. 1-ranked Lady Bulldogs took the floor on their home gym for the final time this season on Friday, and com-pleted a perfect run through District 5-3A with an easy 64-38 win over Sweetwater.
It was also the final home game for a celebrated Wylie senior, with Peyton Little scoring 30 points to pace the victory.
ABILENE â Sweetwater stayed reasonably close to No. 22-ranked Wylieâs boys until late in the second quarter of the teamsâ District 5-3A game Friday, but a huge 31-0 run that began at the point led to an 85-34 victory.
The Mustangs were trailing just 31-23 when Wylieâs Mike Lopez, who would score 28 points, hit two 3-pointers and a two-pointer to end the half.
Two of Lopezâs team-mates, Bryson Fowlkes and Patrick Walker, combined for six points and Lopez ran off eight more with two 3s thrown in again â his sixth and seventh three-pointers â to make it 53-23.