SLATON — The strong arms of MaKynlee Overton and Christain Everett led the Coahoma Bulldogettes to a 5-0 record at the 2020 Sadler Monument Tigerette Softball Tournament this past weekend.
Between the two pitchers, Coahoma had four shutouts and only allowed one run in the game against Roosevelt.
The Bulldogettes also dominated at the plate and outscored their opponents 49-1. Overton belted the Bulldogettes’ first homer of the season in their match against Slaton. Madison Rodgers followed with Coahoma's second homer against Ralls. Macee Grant had two triples in the tournament. Overton, Jocelyn Olivarez, and Cailtyn Corley recorded a triple each.
Next: Coahoma (5-1) hosts Midland High School for a non-district game at 5 p.m. on Tuesday at the Coahoma High School softball field. The JV Bulldogettes game will follow.
COAHOMA 5, SLATON 0
Coahoma: 000 05 -- 5 6 0
Slaton: 000 00 -- 0 2 1
W —MaKynlee Overton. L — Kaylee Franklin. 3B: Coahoma —Macee Grant. HR: — Coahoma — Overton. SB: Coahoma —Kenzi Canales, Caitlyn Corley, Shae Lang, Christain Everet. Pitches-Strikes: Overton 75-51.
COAHOMA 13, RALLS 0
Coahoma: 152 23 -- 13 5 1
Ralls: 000 00 --0 1 7
W — Christain Everett. L —Cadence Yocom. 3B: Coahoma — Caitlyn Corely. HR: Coahoma — Madison Rodgers. SB: Coahoma — Macee Grant, Rodgers, Ashely Romero, Shae Lang, Jocelyn Olivarez, Everett. Pitches-Strikes: Everett 70-49.
COAHOMA 8, BROWNFIELD 0
Coahoma: 013 400 -- 8 10 1
Brownfield: 000 000 -- 0 2 3
W — MaKynlee Overton. L — Kamryn Martinez. 2B: Coahoma — Madison Rodgers, Kenzi Canales. 3B: Coahoma — Macee Grant, Overton; SB: Coahoma — Rodgers, Overton, Caitlyn Corley, Christain Everett; Brownfield — B. Franco. Pitches-Strikes: Overton 73-43.
COAHOMA 11, DENVER CITY 0
Coahoma: 204 5 -- 11 10 1
Denver City: 000 0 -- 0 2 1
W —Christain Everett. L — Mishleau. 2B: Coahoma —MaKynlee Overton. SB: Coahoma — Madison Rodgers 2, Macee Grant, Overton, Kenzi Canales 2, Sydney Rinard 4, Caitlyn Corley, Ashley Romero, Jocelyn Olivarez, Shae Lang, Everett 2; Denver City —S. Roberson. Pitches-Strikes: Everett 60-47.
COAHOMA 12, Lubbock-Roosevelt 1
Coahoma: 322 5 -- 12 9 0
Roosevelt: 000 1 -- 1 3 4
W —MaKynlee Overton. L — Bri Garcia. 2B: Coahoma —Overton, Jocelyn Olivarez. 3B: Coahoma — Olivarez. SB: Coahoma — Madison Rodgers 2, Cailey Glover 2, Kenzi Canales, Macee Grant, Shae Long, Olivarez, Christain Everett. Pitches-Strikes: Overton 45-28.
Combined tournament stats:
Coahoma AB R H RBI BB
Madison Rodgers 14 7 5 4 4
Macee Grant 12 4 5 5 4
Jocelyn Olivarez 16 6 7 4 0
MaKynlee Overton 16 5 7 7 0
Caitlyn Corley 11 4 3 2 3
Ashley Romero 11 3 0 3 2
Alex Bailey 6 0 1 2 0
Kenzi Canales 10 5 4 2 2
Sydney Rinard 8 2 3 2 0
Shae Lang 4 4 3 2 2
Cailey Golver 2 0 0 0 0
Christain Everett 7 4 2 0 4
Coahoma Youth Baseball sign-ups are going on now through Saturday, Feb. 29th. Ages 14 and under are welcomed to sign up from all over Howard County. Age groups are divided by Ponies, Majors, Minors, and Tee-Ball, and teams are co-ed.
Noel Olivas, Coahoma Youth Baseball Board Member, told KBest News that youth sports are great to get kids outside in fresh air, moving, and learning about wins and losses.
"I still remember a lot of the things my coaches told me, more so than when I was older. I didn't realize how big of an influence they'd be. Now that I'm a 40-year-old man, I still think about them."
Olivas said that the coaches get together to discuss strategies to help kids across the board and make it a good experience for everyone.
Sign-ups will be held from 6-8 pm at the Dairy Queen in Coahoma today, Feb. 24th - Feb. 28th. On Saturday, sign-ups at Dairy Queen in Coahoma will be from 10 am to 12 pm. Cost is $80 per kid, and there are multi-kid discounts available, as well. Plus, there are sponsorship opportunities for those who need it.
For more information, contact the Facebook group for Coahoma Youth Baseball.
The Big Spring Steers basketball team will play against Burkburnett for the Bi-District Championship on Tuesday, Feb. 25th, at 6 PM at Abilene High. That game will be broadcasted on The Mighty 1490 AM by the KBest Sports Crew.
Coahoma Bulldogettes and the Forsan Lady Buffs basketball teams competed for Bi-District Championships on Monday night, 02/17/2020.
The Bulldogettes lost to Cisco with a final score of 56-68.
According to Coahoma Media, Coahoma surged in the second quarter to open a five-point lead 29-24 but Cisco came back to end the half up by seven, 31-38. It was a very fast paced game. Cisco would ramp up the score and Coahoma kept pushing back. About two minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Bulldogettes came within five points to tie, 55-60. Fouls hurt them. Six of the last eight points by Cisco came at the charity stripe.
Coahoma ended the season 5-7 district, 21-11 which is one of the best seasons in a long time. The Bulldogettes haven’t been to UIL basketball playoffs since 2016.
Forsan Lady Buffs lost to Stamford on Monday night. Final score was 34-54.
Tuesday night, 02/18/2020, the Big Spring Lady Steers will also compete for the Bi-District Championship. They'll be playing against Witchita Falls Hirschi at 8 PM in Anson. That game will be broadcasted live on The Mighty 1490 AM.
**Update** Big Spring Lady Steers lost to Hirschi, 41-57.
The following is a 2-year UIL alignment for all UIL extra-curricular activities for Big Spring High School.
Region 1, Division 1, District 2-4A Football only
San Angelo Lake View
Region 1, District 3-4A All other extra-curricular
San Angelo Lake View
2020 – Steer Football schedule
9/4-Lubbock High (H)
9/25-Clint (H) ******HOMECOMING
10/30-Fort Stockton (T)
11/6-San Angelo Lakeview (H)
Runners participating in the annual Run 2 Love 2 Run event, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 15th, 2020, in Big Spring will experience a nice change of scenery this year. The race, traditionally held at the Big Spring State Park, has been moved to Comanche Trail Park. According to Craig Felty, Race Coordinator for Permian Basin Events, the race will begin and end at the new SM Energy pavilion, which is located between the Dora Roberts Community Center and the historic spring.
Felty told KBest News that they had made the change to try and make the race more accessible to people at different fitness levels. This year’s course at Comanche Trail Park, utilizes the old Rose Majers trail, runs past the spring and makes a loop through the park. Felty advised that the new course is an easy mix of road and trail that should be much flatter and faster than the Scenic Mountain course.
Online registration for the race is still available at Permianbasinevents.com. Cost for adults is $30, students and children are $20, and the entry fee for teams of 2 competing in the couple’s category is $50. Money raised from this year's race will benefit CASA of West Texas.
It should be noted that the entrance roads leading to the golf course and the Dora Roberts Community Center will remain open, but the rest of the park will be closed from 9:30 am – 11 am for the race.
The new UIL District realignment announcements were just made. Here are the Football Districts for Big Spring, Forsan and Coahoma. KBEST Media will post the Districts for the other sports shortly as well as other surrounding School Districts.
4A Region 1 District 2
San Angelo Lake View
3A Region 1 District 4
Reagan County (Big Lake)
2A Region 1 District 3
The 5k event Run2Love2Run will be on Saturday, Feb. 15th at 10 AM at the Big Spring State Park. Awards for the top 3 male, female, and couples categories will be given out. There will also be prizes for best Valentine-themed costume. It should be noted that participants must complete the course in costrume to be eligible for a prize.
This year’s annual Run2Love2Run event will benefit CASA of West Texas.
Coahoma Softball has partnered with Bulldog Steel and is proud to announce a Coahoma Futures and Alumni game in which they'll showcase all of their young talented players coming up and allow any and all past Bulldogettes to relive the spirit of the game they came to love. This event will serve as a fundraiser for the Coahoma HS Softball Teams.
The Futures Game will consist of a Red and White team and will be a regular (controlled) game. Since it includes girls from different grade levels, matchups will be controlled as best as possible so that there is no obvious disadvantage to the hitter or the pitcher. Teams will be posted on the day of the game. Please Pre-Register on Coahoma ISD Facebook page.
The Alumni Game will be a game between alumni players on either a Red or White team. The game will be a regular game with the only exception being the pitching machine. The pitching machine will be set to throw a 55 mph fastball and a 48 mph changeup. Teams will use a live catcher. Teams will be posted the day of the game. Please Pre-Register on Coahoma ISD Facebook Page.
There will also be a Home Run Challenge that will be open to anyone (husbands included), and the pitching machine will be set at 55 mph. Using a 33-23 softball bat whomever hits the most Home Runs in the same at bat is declared the Champion. For $10 the participant will get 5 swings. Register on the day of the game.
Coahoma Softball will also have team jerseys from previous years for sale to anyone for $10.
The ViM & Vigor Race Series, benefitting the West Texas Trail Alliance will be held this weekend in Big Spring. ViM Racing is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 group that was created to raise money for local and national philanthropic groups through charity rides and also compete in USA cycling sanctioned events. This cross-country mountain biking race series is held at 4 unique West Texas venues with the goal to promote cycling and encourage youth participation.
This last race of the ViM & Vigor Series will be held in the Big Spring State Park on Saturday, Jan. 11th. Racing starts at 10 AM with the Kids Race and Adults race at 10:30 AM. According to Ron Alton, Manager for the Big Spring State Park, ages 8 and above are welcomed to race.
Proceeds from the race series will go to the West Texas Trail Alliance (https://www.fundtxtrails.org/) to help fund future trail building in the West Texas area. Last year, the organization spearheaded the project to build mountain bike trails at the Big Spring State Park.
There will be a cash payout purse of $2,100 with equal payouts for male/female categories plus a chance to win a new set of carbon wheels just by registering online.
This weekend’s race is the grand finale of the ViM & Vigor race series, but racers can still win prizes. It is the queen stage and it promises to be the toughest race of the series with more climbing, tech and a little more distance.
Ages 16 and will compete as Adults and will complete a 2.5 mile start lap followed by 2 complete laps around the Scenic Mountain Trail for a total of 9.3 miles.
Youth racers between the ages of 8-15 will complete a .6 mile start lap that includes the beginner loop followed by 2 more laps around the beginner loop for a total of 1.6 miles.
Cost to register is $15 for ages 19 and up, 18 and under race for free. Onsite registration will be available on the day of the race from 9 am – 9:45 am.
Sign-up here: https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=206504&owner=1
Coahoma: 26, 14, 4, 18 -- 62
Clyde: 8, 21, 9, 9 -- 47
Coahoma — Julia Cox 12, Caitlyn Corley 15, Katelyn Johnson 4, Madison Rodgers 9, Abbie Lopez 6, MaKynlee Overton 16.
Clyde —Lainey Burleson 9, Grace Hutton 2, Brooklyn Widener 5, Liz Underwood 14, Lee Peyton 6, Chloe Ukle 1, Averi Berry 1, Brynn Burson 2, Avery Hafner 7.
Free Throws — Coahoma 24-39, Clyde 19-30; 3-Point Goals 4 — Coahoma (Corley 3, Rodgers), Clyde 2 (Widner, Burson); Fouls — Coahoma 21 (Lopez fouled out), Clyde 24 (Burleson, Underwood, Petyon Fouled Out).
Coahoma Boy's Basketball Report, 12-17-19
17-Dec INDIVIDUAL POINTS SCORED
Navarette(2) Santillan(1) Sanchez (1)Bolin (1) Pickins (1)
COAHOMA 34, MERKEL 65
Coahoma: 9, 5, 9 11 -- 34
Merkel: 15, 19, 8, 23 -- 65
Coahoma — Julia Cox 10, Caitlyn Corley 8, Macee Grant 1, Madison Rodgers 5, Abbie Lopez 6, MaKynlee Overton 4.
Merkel — Callie Freeman 2, Avery Holloway 12, Kaydi Pursley 16, McKayla Bermea 1, RJ Doan 2, Sydnee Gilbreath 9, Alyssa O’Malley 14, Alaunna White 9.
Free Throws — Coahoma 16 -24, Merkel 16-28; 3-point shots — Merkel 5 (O’Malley 4, Pursley); Fouls — Coahoma 21, Merkel 18.
CRANE — The Coahoma Bulldogettes are going to need to make more room in their trophy case to display all their medals from the El Ave Shootout held at Crane High School this past weekend.
Coahoma won the tournament after beating the Crane Lady Birds 65-40 on Saturday.
In fact, three Bulldogettes caught the notice of several coaches for their performance on the court and were awarded with tournament superlatives. Caitlyn Corley and Madison Rodgers were named All-Tournament and MaKynlee Overton was named MVP.
Overton led the Bulldogettes to their successful 4-0 run netting 88 points over the three-day tournament. Corley and Rodgers earned 44 points each. Julia Cox and Abbie Lopez rounded out the team’s high scorers with 29 and 20 respectively.
Next: Coahoma begins district action on Tuesday when they take on the No. 20 Lady Badgers at Merkel. The JV game begins at 4 p.m. followed by the varsity match at 6:30 p.m
Combined Tournament Stats (Coahoma only)
Julia Cox 29, Caitlyn Corley 44, Katelyn Johnson 6, Macee Grant 7, Madison Rodgers 44, Kenzi Canales 8, Abbie Lopez 20, MaKynlee Overton 88.
Free Throws 63-108; 3-Point Goals 9 (Cox 3, Rodgers 3, Grant 2, Corley).
Individual game stats
COAHOMA 65, CRANE 40
Coahoma: 9, 24, 18, 14 -- 65
Crane: 14, 12, 7, 7 -- 40
Coahoma — Julia Cox 8, Caitlyn Corley 15, Katelyn Johnson 3, Macee Grant 3, Madison Rodgers 9, Kenzi Canales 2, Makynlee Overton 25.
Crane —Barrera 4, Montes 12, Davis 2, E. Garcia 12, Fores 2, I. Garcia 8.
Free Throws — Coahoma 19-28, Crane 10-25; 3-Point Goals 2 (Corley, Grant); Fouls Coahoma 18, Crane 18.
COAHOMA 78, RANKIN 66
Coahoma: 18, 25, 16, 19 -- 78
Rankin: 11, 12, 20, 23 -- 66
Coahoma — Julia Cox 9, Caitlyn Corley 12, Madison Rodgers 17, Abbie Lopez 1, MaKynlee Overton 39.
Rankin — Tubbs 15, Guerra 2, Jenkens 17, Evridge 6, Haire 2, Fouis 3, Burger 9, Martinez 9, Escajeda 3.
Free Throws — Coahoma 18-29, Rankin 13-28; 3-Point Goals — Coahoma 2 (Rodgers), Rankin 11 (Tubbs 4, Jenkins 3, Burger 2, Escajeda, Fouis); Fouls — Coahoma 19, Rankin 20.
Coahoma 49, Fort Stockton 39
Coahoma: 14, 9, 20, 6 -- 49
Fort Stockton: 8, 4, 10, 17 -- 39
Coahoma — Julia Cox 1, Caitlyn Corley 12, Katelyn Johnson 1, Macee Grant 1, Madison Rodgers 9, Kenzi Canales 4, Abbie Lopez 2, MaKynlee Overton 19.
Fort Stockton — Rodriguez 5, Williams 3, Lujan 3, Dominguez 11, Salmon 14, Holmquist 3.
Free Throws — Coahoma 18-31, Fort Stockton 6-17; 3-Point Goals — Coahoma 1 (Rodgers), Fort Stockton 3 (Dominguez, Salmon, Rodriguez).
Coahoma 54, Presidio 38
Coahoma: 17, 16, 13, 8 -- 54
Presidio: 7, 11, 11, 9 -- 38
Coahoma — Julia Cox 11, Caitlyn Corley 5, Katelyn Johnson 2, Macee Grant 3, Madison Rodgers 9, Kenzi Canales 2, Abbie Lopez 17, MaKynlee Overton 5.
Free Throws — Coahoma 8-20; 3-Point Goals — Coahoma 4 (Cox 3, Grant 1).
Combined Stats: (Coahoma only) Zack Schneider 38, Braden Smith 37, Gaige Hill 11, Kolt Redden 15, Isaiah Martin 26, Braxton Chandler 8, Noah Dials 2, Garrett Anderson 10, Jonathon Schneider 1, Tony Hagins 4, Colin Daniel 4, Taylor Barnes 2, D’Kota Harrison 2.
Free Throws 23-62, 3-Point Goals 11 — (Schneider 3, Smith 4, Anderson, Martin 3), Fouls 75.
Coahoma vs Wink
COAHOMA 34, Wink 39
Coahoma: 10, 11, 2, 11 -- 34
Wink: 8, 9, 9, 13 -- 39
Coahoma — Isaiah Martin 8, Braxton Chandler 2, Zack Schneider 3, Braden Smith 7, Kolt Redden 6, Garrett Anderson 2, D’Kota Harrison 2, Gaige Hill 4.
Wink — Isiah Martinez 3, Nicolas Gray 1, Jay Rodgers 4, Brock Gibson 5, Junior Quiroz 8, Braden Dunlap 15, JB Fostel 2, Corey Stewart 1.
Free Throws — Coahoma 1-11, Wink 12-32; 3-Point Goals — Coahoma 3 (Martin 2, Smith), Wink 3 (Dunlap) ; Fouls — Coahoma 20; Wink 14.
Game 3 Coahoma vs Colorado City
COAHOMA 27, COLORADO CITY 45
Coahoma: 9, 10, 7, 1 -- 27
Colorado: 9, 12, 12, 12 -- 45
Coahoma — Zack Schneider 14, Braden Smith 6, Gaige Hill 4, Kolt Redden 3.
Colorado — Josiah Silva 12, Will Maddox 5, Jaxson Pharass 5, Reagan Rich 6, Pat Perikin 3, Shemar Green 4, Mason Randle 10.
Free Throws — Coahoma 4-6, Colorado 11-20; 3-point goals — Coahoma 3 (Z. Schneider), Colorado 4 (Perkin, Maddox, Silva, Pharass), Fouls — Coahoma 18, Colorado 11
Coahoma vs Dumas
COAHOMA 37, DUMAS 86
Coahoma: 9, 9, 12, 7 -- 37
Dumas: 22, 17, 22, 25 -- 86
Coahoma — Isaiah Martin 7, Braxton Chandler 2, Zack Schnedier 12, Braden Smith 8, Gaige Hill 2, Kolt Redden 2, Noah Dials 2, Garrett Anderson 1, Jonathon Schneider 1.
Dumas — Aiden Venzor 28, Isaac Nevarez 3, Isaiah Nevarez 3, Angel Pelayo 4, Johnny Reynaga 2, David Chavez 5, Christian Kelso 13, Devyn Hutcherson 7, Dylan Cortez 5, Kyle Strobebel 12, Colton Johnson 4.
Free Throws — Coahoma 6-12, Dumas 15-22; 3-point goals Coahoma 3 (Smith 2, Martin), Dumas 9 (Venzor 5, Isaac Nevarez, Chavez, Johnson, Cortez); Fouls Coahoma 19, Dumas 9.
Coahoma vs Stanton JV
COAHOMA 62, STANTON JV 25
Coahoma: 11, 24, 17, 10 -- 62
Stanton JV: 8, 11, 3, 3 -- 25
Coahoma — Isaiah Martin 11, Braxton Chandler 4, Tony Hagins 4, Zack Schneider 9, Braden Smith 16, Gaige Hill 1, Kolt Redden 4, Colin Daniels 4, Taylor Barnes 2, Garrett Anderson 7.
Stanton JV — N. Aguirre 1, M. Moreno 3, C. Carson 2, M. Lopez 2, T. Zante 5, C. Buchanan 7, S. Samora 5.
Free Throws — Coahoma 12-33, Stanton 7-16; 3-Point Goals — Coahoma 2 (Smith, Anderson), Stanton 2 (Moreno, Zarate); Fouls — Coahoma 18, Stanton 23.
COAHOMA - Four years ago Caitlyn Corley knew what she wanted to do after high school. On Monday morning at the Coahoma High School auditorium, it became a reality when the Coahoma senior signed an agreement to play basketball for the Sul Ross State University Lobos.
Sul Ross is a Division III school in Alpine. It plays in the American Southwest Conference and Katherine Novak is the women’s head basketball coach.
Corley, who plans to major in physical therapy, said Sul Ross is a good fit for her.
"I had other schools contact me by e-mail, but I visited Sul Ross and I liked the place," Corley said. "I felt comfortable, at home there. I love coach Novak. I like what she's trying to do with the program, turn it around. I feel she's thinking about the best interest of the team."
Novak said Corley is a "great find" for her team.
"I think Caitlyn Corley is going to be a great fit for our program," she said. "She is a natural competitor. She is hungry to win and get better and obviously has the skills to play at the next level."
Novak, Coahoma ISD Athletic Director Chris Joslin and Coahoma girls basketball coach Jim Kinnear all agree that it's Corley's drive that makes her special.
"She very dedicated and works very hard. She makes a lot of sacrifices. One of her goals was to make it to the next level,” Kinnear said.
"She is an awesome person and athlete," said Joslin. We challenged all of our athletes to commit to summer conditioning every day. Caitlyn took a big step in encouraging all the girls to show up and participate. She plays every sport we offer and excels at every one. Sul Ross is getting a great person as well as a great athlete.”
Novak already has plans for Corley.
"My plans are to play her at a point guard position first. She has the ability to play off guard as well. She will add toughness to our team. Another aspect about Caitlyn's game that really stands out is her leadership ability. She is very vocal on both ends of the court and vocal high school players always have an easier time transitioning to college," Novak said.
The 5-foot-8 Corley has participated in basketball, volleyball, track and field and softball throughout her career. Last year she was first team All-District in 5-3A in basketball. This year, she has led Coahoma to one its best basketball starts in recent history.
The Bulldogettes are 7-2, coming off a second place finish at the O.W. Follis tournament in Lamesa last weekend. Corley is averaging 12 points per contest.
"My freshman year I decided I wanted to play college basketball. Everybody told me I couldn't do it," said Corley. "I come from a small school with not much basketball tradition. I wanted to prove everybody wrong."
Indeed, she did.
(Photo taken by Megan Ditto, CISD Technology Director.)
COAHOMA — Coahoma High School invites the public to join Caitlyn Corley on Monday when she takes the next step toward her future by committing to play basketball at Sul Ross University in the fall.
Corley, who has been on the varsity Bulldogettes basketball team for four years, will sign the commitment papers at 10 a.m. Monday in the CHS auditorium.
This season as a team captain, Corley has led the varsity Bulldogettes to one of their best starts with five wins and one loss. She was named to the 5-3A Basketball All-District First team for the 2018-2019 season.
The CHS senior has been a member of the varsity Bulldogettes for the past four years. She is also an all-around athlete at CHS and participates in varsity volleyball, track, and softball.
On Monday, Corley will officially ink a deal to join the Division III Lady Lobos at Sul Ross University were she plans to take coursework to prepare for a career as a physical therapist.
(Information and photo courtesy of Coahoma Media.)
COAHOMA — Six Coahoma Bulldogs have proven they excel not only on the gridiron but also in the classroom after they landed on the THSCA All-State Academic Football list.
Seniors Keegan Dobbs, Cutter Atkins, Brant Gartman, Gaige Hill, Garrett Anderson, and Jonathon Schneider made the list by the Texas High School Coaches Association (THSCA) to honor high school athletes who shine both academically and athletically.
“I am very proud of these young men for taking care of business in the classroom and on the field,” said Bulldogs head football coach Chris Joslin.
Gartman, Atkins, and Hill were named to the second team and Anderson, Schneider, and Dobbs made honorable mention. The award is based on grade point average, class ranking, and SAT or ACT scores and is made up of athletes from 1A to 6A schools.
The Coahoma Bulldogs ended the 2019 football season 9-3 which included the team’s first Bi-District win since 2003.
The following student athletes from Forsan and Stanton High Schools were also named to the list:
1st Team - Jonathon Gabehart - 1st team
2nd Team - Nathaniel Whitmore and Ryan Buske
1st Team - Ethan Quaid
2nd Team - Braden Waggoner and Chandler Denson
Honorable Mention - Cody Beasley, Dylan Johnson, and Peyton Barnhill
Forsan Buffs win basketball game over Olney in Haskell with a final score of 42-47!
Cayden Morgan 10 pts
Mason Hillger 9 pts, 7 rebounds
Ryan Buske 8 pts,
Jonathan Gabehart 5 pts, 4 steals, 3 assists
Jace Richardson 4 pts 6 steals, 3 assists
Ernesto Rivera 5 pts, 5 pts, 4 rebounds
Forsan 13,10,8,16 =47
Olney 7,7,15,13 =42
F 3's -Morgan 2
Olney 3's- hinson 3, Garza 2
FT's F-13/20 O-7/15
Fouls: F-17 O:18
Tech - None
The next game for the Buffs will be on Monday, Nov. 26, 2019, when they host Grady. Game times are as follows:
JV Girls @ 10 am
JV Boys @ 11:15 am
Varsity Lady Buffs @ 12:30 pm
Varsity Buffs @ 2 pm
Coahoma 50, Post 32
Coahoma: 15, 14, 9, 12 -- 50
Post: 14, 5, 5, 8 -- 32
Coahoma — Julia Cox 11, Caitlyn Corley 8, Katelyn Johnson 3, Macee Grant 5, Madison Rodgers 5, Kenzi Canales 4, Abbie Lopez 2, MaKynlee Overton 12.
Post — L. Turner 2, A. Moreno 1, B. Miller 10, J. Pittman 6, M. Cruse 4, J. Sanchez 4, S. Hernandez 2, J. Redman 2, S. Brown 1.
Free Throws — Coahoma 12 - 19, Post 9 - 23; Three-Point Goals — Coahoma 4 (Julia Cox, Katelyn Johnson, Macee Grant, Madison Rodgers), Post 3 (M. Cruze, J. Pittman, J. Sanchez); Total Fouls — Coahoma 20, Post 18.
Next: Coahoma hosts Forsan at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. (JV to play at 10 a.m.)
JV Bulldogettes lost to Post 16-26 on 11-19
The Big Spring Steers and the Coahoma Bulldogs competed for the Bi-District Championship last night.
The Steers had a hard loss to Mountain View last night. Final score was Big Spring 36, Mountain View 42.
The Bulldogs won their game over Anthony. Final score was Cohaoma 69, Anthony 7. This is the first time since 2003 that the Coahoma Bulldogs have won the Bi-District Championship. The next game for Coahoma will be against Canadian. Details for that game will come at a later date.
The following Big Spring Lady Steers received recognition for this season's District 5-AAA Volleyball Awards:
First Team - Ryen Terrasas, So
Second Team - Trinity Galloway, Sr, and Kalyn Whitehead, So
Honorable Mention - Olivia Bancroft, Jr, Amber Martinez, Sr
Academic All District - Olivia Bancroft, Jacqueline Belew, Mya Blanco, Ashlin Calvio, Jocelyn Gonzales, Kortney Moore, Kenzie Rodriques, Ryen Terrazas, and Kalyn Whitehead
The Lady Steers Volleyball team fell in three sets to Graham in their Bi-District playoff game that was held last night, 11/06/19, in Hawley. Box scores were 25-10, 25-10, and 25-14.
ABILENE — The Coahoma Bulldogettes ended their season with a loss against the Dublin Lady Lions on Tuesday. Coahoma lost the bi-district match in three sets: 25-23, 25-12, 25-10.
Senior Caitlyn Corley had a team high of four kills for the Bulldogettes. Junior MaKynlee Overton had three kills, three blocks, an ace and a dig for the evening. Freshman Zoie Joslin recorded eight assists.
The Bulldogettes end the 2019 season with a 3-5 district record and 11-20 overall.
Dublin DEF. Coahoma: 25-23, 25-12, 25-10
Aces: Madison Rodgers 1, Zoie Joslin 1, MaKynlee Overton 1.
Kills: Julia Cox 1, Kirah Kimball 1, Caitlyn Corley 4, MaKynlee Overton 3.
Blocks: Julia Cox 1, Kirah Kimball 3, Caitlyn Corley 1, MaKynlee Overton 3.
Assists: Zoie Joslin 8.
Digs: Madison Rodgers 1, Juila Cox 2, MaKynlee Overton 1.
The Coahoma Bulldogettes volleyball team will face Dublin for the bi-district game at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 5, at Abilene High School gym. Coahoma finished third in District 5-3A with a 3-5 district record and 11-19 overall.
The Big Spring Lady Steers volleyball team will be competing against Graham for their playoff game in Hawley @ 6pm on Tuesday Nov. 5, 2019. Admission will be $4 for adults and $3 for students.