Willie Norman is the Football Player of the Week for Sweetwater.
Norman, a senior wide receiver and defensive back, had six catches for 103 yards last week against Midland Greenwood, and also recorded three solo tackles with one assisted tackle on defense.
Eight Sweetwater seniors played their final volleyball match in a three-game loss to No. 1-ranked Wylie on Tuesday at Mustang Gym.
Immediately after their 16-25, 19-25, 16-25 defeat, the eight Lady Mustangs â all of whom played key roles in Sweetwaterâs most successful season in four years â were recognized during a ceremony at the gym by Sweetwater coach Liz Miller, who admitted she wasnât ready for it to end.
âI thought we did pretty well tonight,â she said. âI was proud of them. We didnât just lay down. Iâm just sad that itâs over.
Sweetwaterâs junior var-sity and freshman football teams were victorious at Greenwood and Big Spring, respectively, last Thursday.
Both teams will be back home to host Big Spring at the Bowl this Thursday.
Sweetwaterâs JV team is now 5-2 after defeating Greenwoodâs JV 40-6.
Max Gomez was 13-of-24 passing for 194 yards and four touchdowns, with Sean Norman scoring two TDs on catches of 24 and 28 yards. Norman finished with four catches for 84 yards.
The four Sweetwater Mid-dle School football teams came away with a split de-cision against Greenwood this past Thursday as the seventh and eighth grade Red squads won while the White teams lost.
Sweetwater travels to Big Spring this Thursday.
7th grade Red 70, Greenwood 0
Showing dominance from the start, Sweetwater Red led 24-0, 38-0 and 56-0 at the quarter breaks and ran its season record to 5-0.
The Sweetwater Middle School tennis team won 14 of 27 matches vs. Snyder in a match played Monday.
The team will end its season at Midlandâs Tall City tournament on Nov. 10.
GIRLS SINGLES: Sweetwater 7, Snyder 5
Sweetwater High Schoolâs cross country team has re-scheduled its district meet at Snyder for Wednesday, after rainy weather forced a cancellation of Mondayâs scheduled action.
In addition to competing at a tuneup meet hosted by Roscoe this past Tuesday, Sweetwater also traveled to Odessa for a meet Oct. 11. Places and times follow:
Girls â 131. Madison Howard 25:45.8; 156. Addi-syn Cleckler 30:31.3; 157. Ashley Erwin 30:32.4; 160. Hannah Sanchez 31:28.4.
Boys â 125. Colton Scott 21:15.3; 131. Brandon How-ell 23:05.1.
The district meet will be run at Snyderâs Western Texas College.
Sweetwaterâs Kathleen Campbell (9) goes up for a kill over a defender from Midland Greenwood in last Fridayâs district match while Lady Mustang Suede Shirley (1) looks on at the net.
Sweetwater ends its season at 6:30 p.m. today by hosting first-place Wylie at Mustang Gym.
Campbell and Shirley are among eight Sweetwater seniors who will be playing their final match.
MONDAY, OCT. 22
Sweetwater runners at district meet in Snyder.
Sweetwater 7th and 8th grade teams play at Sny-der, 4 p.m.
TUESDAY, OCT. 23
Sweetwater varsity hosts Abilene Cooper, 4 p.m.
Sweetwater JV plays at Big Spring, 4 p.m.
Sweetwater freshman and junior varsity teams host Wylie (separate gyms), 5 p.m.
Sweetwater varsity hosts Wylie, 6:30 p.m.
THURSDAY, OCT. 25
Sweetwater 7th grade teams play at Big Spring, 4:30 and 5:30 p.m.
Sweetwater 8th grade teams play at Big Spring, 6:45 and 8 p.m.
Missed opportunities in the first half for Sweetwater led to second-half domination in the Mustangsâ Dis-trict 4-3A showdown Friday with Midland Greenwood.
The visiting Rangers, after spotting Sweetwater a 7-0 lead in the first quarter, gradually took control and came away with a 31-13 win that leaves both teams 1-1 in district play.
Greenwood (5-2 overall) was led by quarterback Kam Williams, who accounted for 381 yards â 245 pas-sing and 136 rushing â and four touchdowns. The 6-3, 200-pounder had scoring runs of 10, 9 and 7 yards and also threw a 10-yard TD pass to Logan Day.