Sweetwater High Schoolâ€™s football and volleyball teams are heading to Snyder today for what could be consider-ed their last â€śdoubleheaderâ€ť of the 2011 season, and the rivalry between the schools wonâ€™t be the only thing on both teamsâ€™ minds.
The SHS football team, which is 1-1 in district play after a 28-6 win last week over Big Spring, must win one of its last two games to have a playoff shot. Snyder (1-0) is tied with Wylie for first place and leads both Sweetwater and Brownwood by a half-game.
The SHS volleyball team, which is 2-4 in district play, must win its last two matches to force a tie for the final playoff spot with either Big Spring (4-2) or Brownwood (4-3), who play each other a week from today. Snyder (0-7) is last in the district.
After facing Snyder, the Mustang football team ends the season Oct. 28 when it returns home for a game with major playoff implications against Brownwood.
Roscoe (0-2, 0-7) hosts Crosbyton (2-0, 4-3) in District 7-A, and Highland (2-5) hosts Ira (7-0) in its district opener. Blackwellâ€™s home game with Novice, also its district opener, was cancelled and Blackwell (1-0, 1-7) gets a forfeit win, its first win of the season.
The Breast Cancer Fight for the Cure event will take place at the Sweetwater-Snyder volleyball match at 5 p.m. and the football game at 7:30. Businesses or individuals providing sponsorships will have their names displayed on the back of T-shirts that were designed for todayâ€™s events.
Tonightâ€™s other football games involving area dis-tricts are as follows:
DISTRICT 5-3A: Wylie (1-0, 4-3) at Big Spring (0-2, 0-8). Brownwood will have an open date.
DISTRICT 7-1A, DIVI-SION II: Hamlin (2-0, 3-4) at Rotan (0-2, 2-5); Roby (1-1, 2-5) at Ralls (1-1, 2-5).
DISTRICT 6 SIX-MAN, DIVISION I: Aspermont (7-0) at Hermleigh (5-2).
DISTRICT 8 SIX-MAN, DIVISION II: Paint Rock (5-2) at Panther Creek (4-3). Novice has not yet decided if it will cancel its season.
In tonightâ€™s other District 5-3A volleyball match, first-place Wylie (6-0) is at Big Spring while Brownwood has an open date.
Golf tournament set
for SW baseball team
A Mustang Baseball Clas-sic Golf Tournament will be held Saturday, Oct. 29 at the Sweetwater Country Club.
The tournament is a four-person scramble to support the Mustang baseball program, and it will have a 9 a.m. shotgun start.
Prizes for the one-day tournament will include a Titleist Vokey design spin milled wedge for first place, a Foot Joy collared shirt for second place and a Titleist cap for third place.
The cost to enter the tournament will be $200 per team or $50 per person for those persons who are not on a team.
All checks should be made payable to the Sweetwater Mustang Baseball Program.
If there are any questions or if persons need more information, they should contact either Sweetwater Country Club golf professional Don Timm at (325) 235-8093, or Sweetwater High School varsity baseball coach Roland Herrera at (325) 236-1003.