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Isaiah McGee of Sweet-water has recently earned Class 3A second team all-state recognition as an all-purpose back by the Texas Sports Writers Association.
McGee, a 5-9 junior, racked up over 1,000 yards receiving and rushing last season for the Mustangs with eight TDs â€” four receiving and four rushing. He also scored on a fumble return, and in December earned all-state honorable mention by the Associated Press Sports Editors as a defensive back. McGee caught 33 passes for 595 yards and rushed for a team-high 419 yards, while also finishing second on the team with 98 tackles.
Davis 3rd at regionals
Andrew Davis of Sweet-water was third in the superheavyweight class this past Friday at the Region I, Division II boys powerlifting meet in Sundown.
Davis lifted 1,310 pounds with a 450-pound squat, 380-pound bench press and 480-pound dead lift to trail only Nicolas Franco of Pecos (1,415) and Jeremy Garza of Snyder (1,410), who qualified for the state meet. Jay Lomas, Austin Marlett, Cory Mendez, Junior Law-hon, Zach Garcia, Nathan Browning and Dylan Jime-nez also lifted for Sweetwa-ter but did not place high enough to gain any points.