Roscoe High School qualified its girls cross country team for the state meet at Round Rock after a third-place finish Saturday at the Region II-A meet in Arlington. The top three teams and 10 individuals at regionals advance to state.
Jacinda Morales was the top individual for Roscoe, placing 10th with a time of 12:49. Other team members were Amber Craig, 37th (13:43.70); Mirian Solis, 40th (13:47.59); Justina Brasuell, 41th (13:47.59); Katie McIntire, 80th (14:28.93); Crystal Luna, 107th (15:01.58); and Kim Norris, 123rd (15:16.24).
Roscoe had 177 points as a team to finish behind only first-place Hamlin (52) and Goldthwaite (152). The state meet will be this Saturday.
Highland’s girls placed 15th at regionals. Members were Jessica McCain, 64th (14:12.01); Lora Stewart, 68th (14:16.22); Sierra Allen, 86th (14:33.35); Beth Richburg, 90th (14:38.59); Julia Tibbit, 108th (15:02.69); Callie Sandusky, 143rd (15:43.07); and Tarin Weldy, 162nd (16:56.11).
Highland’s boys competitor at the regional meet was Sheldon Hall, who placed 124th individually with a time of 21:25.72.
season passes sold
The Sweetwater Indepen-dent School District will sell season basketball passes for all high school and middle school regular-season home games through Friday, Nov. 12 at the administration building or SHS games. The passes are $20 each. For more information, please call 235-8601, ext. 116.
Rainbolt to lead
benefit golf clinic
honoring Joe Bagby
on Nov. 20 at SCC
Former Sweetwater High School golfer Kelly Rainbolt will conduct a Joe Bagby Benefit Golf Clinic Saturday, Nov. 20 at the Sweetwater Country Club. There will be a $10 minimum donation to participate. Clinics will be held for children who are ages 3-7 from 10-10:45; ages 8-13 from 11-11:45; and ages 14-18 from noon-12:45.
After the last clinic, a long drive contest will be held for persons of all ages at a cost of $5 for every two shots that are attempted.
All clinic proceeds will go to the family of Joe Bagby. Persons need to pre-register by Nov. 17.
For more information, persons may contact Rain-bolt either by email at email@example.com  or by calling Rainbolt at (325) 320-5895.
SHS loses final
fall tennis match
Sweetwater High School lost to Snyder 9-7 in its last 2010 fall tennis match held recently.
Winners for SHS were the mixed doubles team of Chris Hernandez and Mad-ison Meneses (8-1) as well as the girls doubles team of Heidi Taylor and Sarah Ramirez (8-5), Taylor (6-0, 6-1) and Dugan Thompson (6-4, 6-2) in girls singles and Joe Lopez (6-3, 7-5) and Michael Foust (6-1, 6-3) in boys singles. The season will resume on Feb. 11.
playoff set Thursday
Roscoe and Munday will meet in a Class 1A, Division II bi-district football playoff at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Tuscola’s Jim Ned High School. Roscoe comes into the game with a 4-6 season record and qualified for the playoffs as the third-place team in District 7-A, Division II while Munday (8-2) qualified as the second-place team in District 8-A, Division II.
Roscoe and Munday also played Sept. 25 and Munday won, 31-0. Thursday’s win-ner will face Iraan in the area playoffs next week.
Blackwell to host
Blackwell will be hosting a Division II, Region II six-man bi-district playoff between Sterling City and Novice at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Both teams enter the game with 6-4 season rec-ords, but Sterling City won first place in District 7 with a perfect 3-0 record while Novice (2-1) was second in District 8, which is also Blackwell’s district. Sterling City will be the home team.
banquet to be
held Dec. 6
Sweetwater High School will hold its football banquet to honor the 2010 Mustangs on Monday, Dec. 6 at 6:30 p.m. at the Center at Texas State Technical College. Tickets will be sold at the SHS fieldhouse until Dec. 2 at noon and are $15 each.
All of the varsity, JV and freshman football players, cheerleaders and student trainers will be introduced and a highlight video of the 2010 season will be shown.
LSGA meets Nov. 18
The Lake Sweetwater Golf Association will be holding a meeting Thursday, Nov. 18 in the dining area of the LaQuinta Hotel. It is vital that all members attend.
Blackwell set to
hold Ranch Rodeo
Blackwell’s Ranch Rodeo will be held Saturday, Nov. 13 at 5 p.m. The event will be at the Blackwell Roping Arena and will consist of calf branding, doctoring, trailer loading, wild cow milking and team penning.
A concession area will be available.
For more information, please call Diane McGloth-lin at 450-5149.