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Coahoma's Corely Signs with Sul Ross Lobos to play basketball

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.)


Corley to commit to the Lady Lobos

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.)


CISD: Six Bulldogs made All-State Academic Football list

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:


Forsan HS
1st Team - Jonathon Gabehart - 1st team
2nd Team - Nathaniel Whitmore and Ryan Buske


Stanton HS
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, 11/22/19

Forsan Buffs win basketball game over Olney in Haskell with a final score of 42-47!


Olney 42

Forsan 47

@ Haskell



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


Forsan 1-0

Olney 1-1



Olney 17

Forsan 33


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 Bulldogettes (3-0) vs Post Lady Antelopes at Post on 11-19

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


Football Playoffs Update: Coahoma v. Anthony, Big Spring v. Mountain View, 11/14/19

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.


Lady Steers recognized in 2019 District 5-AAA Volleyball Awards

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


Lady Steers Volleyball v. Graham in Round 1 of Playoffs, 11/06/19

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.


Coahoma falls to Dublin in bi-district game

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.


Volleyball Playoff Update: Coahoma and Big Spring, 11/01/19

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.


Young Marines Drug Demand Reduction Dash 5k

The Young Marines will host their Drug Demand Reduction 5k Dash on Saturday, October 26th. The race will begin at 10 AM and will start at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Big Spring, located near the corner of 8th St. and Ave. D. Cost is $15 for Young Marines and $25 for other participants.


To register online, you can find the link on our KBest Media Facebook page.


Big Spring Cross Country teams take 2nd and 3rd at District Meet for Region 1, District 5, 10/16/19

Big Spring Men's Cross Country Team takes 2nd at District Meet in Snyder, 10/16/19


Big Spring Cross Country teams competed in the District Meet for Region 1, District 5 that was held on Oct. 16, 2019 in Snyder at Western Texas College.


Varsity girls, junior varsity girls, junior high girls and junior high boys competed in the 2-mile. Varsity boys and junior varsity boys ran a 5k.


The teams placed as follows for the Varsity/JV Men's 5k:


Place  Team Name  Score

1st     Snyder            33

2nd    Big Spring       38

3rd     Lake View       71

4th     Sweetwater     94



Men's 5k

Place - Bib # - Name - Team - Time - Team Score


1  230 Cristian Escobedo - Snyder 17:44 1

2  284 Roman Perez - Big Spring 18:15 2

3  231 Corey Landin - Snyder 18:41 3

4  201 Eric Martinez - Sweetwater 18:47 4

5  232 Michael Jaramillo - Snyder 19:30 5

6  288 Isaac Gonzales - Big Spring 19:47 6

7  236 Jeremiah Rodriguez - Snyder 19:52 7

8  260 Alexis Ledesma - Lake View 19:53 8

9  286 Adrian Solis - Big Spring 19:54 9

10  283 Othon Villalobos - Big Spring 20:05 10

11  287 Isaiah Martinez - Big Spring 20:09 11

12  285 Dusty Chavez - Big Spring 20:13 12

13  261 Jon Gloria - Lake View 20:26 13

14  282 Augustin De Los Santos - Big Spring 20:27 14

15  262 Justin Vazquez - Lake View 20:36:00 15

16  264 Aiden Ayer - Lake View 20:44:00 16

17  234 Kevin Miranda - Snyder 20:49:00 17

18  233 Antonio Martinez - Snyder 20:56:00 18

19  263 Antonio Cabrera - Lake View 21:28:00 19

20  202 Jon Gallegos - Sweetwater 21:30:00 20

21  277 Agustin Panalez - Greenwood 21:32:00 -

22  204 Victor Rios - Sweetwater 21:34:00 21

23  203 Thomas Hernandez - Sweetwater 21:37:00 22

24  266 Roy Bohannon - Lake View 22:03:00 23

25  205 Ector Martinez - Sweetwater 22:10:00 24

26  265 Caleb Calcote - Lake View 22:35:00 25

27  275 Jakob Hickman - Greenwood 22:38:00 -

28  276 Rocky Ortega - Greenwood 22:46:00 -

29  206 Max Alvarado - Sweetwater 23:02:00 26


The teams placed as follows for the Varsity/JV Girls 2 mile:


Place    Team Name    Score
1    Snyder    34
2    Greenwood    47
3    Big Spring    80
4    Lakeview    87
5    Sweetwater    116


Girl's 2 mile

Place    Bib #    Name              Team    Time    Team Score
1    291    Elisabeth Jones    Big Spring    14:01    1
2    223    Kimberly Cortes    Snyder    14:20    2
3    225    Mary Kerr    Snyder    14:27    3
4    268    Leeanna Crudgington    Greenwood    14:31    4
5    270    Jaedyn Kuhlmann    Greenwood    14:32    5
6    227    Taryn Nobles    Snyder    14:37    6
7    209    Nevaeh Sarabia    Sweetwater    14:41    7
8    272    Jaclynn Ramirez    Greenwood    14:54    8
9    289    Falicity Calderon    Big Spring    14:57    9
10    255    Katherine Pippin    Lake View    14:59    10
11    226    Zairah Cabrera    Snyder    15:00    11
12    224    Kinsey Kelly    Snyder    15:02    12
13    229    Madison Yescas    Snyder    15:04    13
14    269    Kylie Knapp    Greenwood    15:18    14
15    253    Jada Parker    Lake View    15:26    15
16    274    Vage Savage    Greenwood    15:30    16
17    295    Felicity Yanez    Big Spring    15:40    17
18    254    Faith Miller    Lake View    15:41    18
19    228    Adrienne Salinas    Snyder    15:46    19
20    273    Karlie Savage    Greenwood    15:58    20
21    256    Amerie Orosco    Lake View    16:04:00    21
22    210    Victoria Gutierrez    Sweetwater    16:17:00    22
23    258    Daisy Herr    Lake View    16:21:00    23
24    212    Kyla Daniel    Sweetwater    16:23:00    24
25    293    Skylyn Rivera    Big Spring    16:26:00    25
26    257    Alexis Wade    Lake View    16:31:00    26
27    259    Juliana Mascorro    Lake View    16:43:00    27
28    292    Kayleigh Muniz    Big Spring    17:01:00    28
29    294    Heather Salgado    Big Spring    17:02:00    29
30    290    Esperanza De Los Santos    Big Spring    17:20:00    30
31    211    Morgan Strebeck    Sweetwater    17:46:00    31
32    213    Kate Hall    Sweetwater    17:49:00    32
33    271    Ruby Morales    Greenwood    17:54:00    33


(Photo by Amanda Goode.)


The Big Spring Ford Friday Night Scoreboard, 10/11/19

Big Spring Steers 0, Dumas Demons 46

  • Offensive Sonic Player of the Game: Gabriel Baeza
  • Defensive Sonic Player of the Game: Brandon Zarraga
  • Big Spring Ford Big Hit of the Game: Abel Clark


Coahoma Bulldogs 29, Idalou Wildcats 21

  • Offensive Sonic Player of the Game: Zack Schneider
  • Defensive Sonic Player of the Game: Patrick Gutierrez
  • Big Spring Ford Big Hit of the Game: Patrick Gutierrez


Stanton Buffalos 0, Abernathy Antelopes 63 

  • Offensive Sonic Player of the Game: Adrian De La O
  • Defensive Sonic Player of the Game: Cody Hensley
  • White Motor Company Big Hit of the Game: Mateo Perez/Langluy

Sweetwater 45 / Lamesa 8
Monahans 42 / Snyder 27
Roosevelt 43 / Colorado City 8
O’Donnell 8 / Borden County 54
Water Valley 8 / Sterling City 56
Frenship 36 / Lee 59
Plainview 0 / Lubbock-Cooper 59
Canyon 22 / Andrew 41
Abilene 13 / Central 35
Winters 14 / Hawley 58
Alpine 52 / Iraan 6
Anson 55 / Merkel 6
Bangs 0 / Ballinger 31
Permian 24 / Odessa 0
Caprock 55 / Lubbock 17
Morton 6 / Ropes 51
Kermit 21 / Reagan County 20
Ira 70 / Rotan 0
Eden 48 / Bronte 0
Gatesville 0 / Brownwood 49
Midland 6 / Tascos 63
Hart 0 / Happy 63
McGregor 28 / West 31
Highland Park 14 / West Texas 54
Throckmorton 26 / Loraine 48
Aspermont 82 / Hermleigh 35
Rider 30 / Wylie 12
New Home / 6 Tahoka 58
Clyde 7 / Wall 35


Coahoma Bulldogettes (2-2, 10-16) host Clyde Lady Bulldogs

Clyde DEF. Coahoma: 10-25, 12-25, 22-25


Kills: Madison Rodgers 1, Julia Cox 5, Kirah Kimball 2, Caitlyn Corley 2, MaKynlee Overton 5.

Blocks: Kirah Kimball 1, Caitlyn Corley 1, MaKynlee Overton 3.

Assists: Zoie Joslin 12, Caitlyn Corley 1. 

Digs: Julia Cox 4, Kenzi Canales 1, Kirah Kimball 1, Caitlyn Corley 2, MaKynlee Overton 2. 


Next: Coahoma hosts Jim Ned on Tuesday for the second round of district play. Game time is 6:30 p.m. and it’s Senior Night. 


Clyde DEF Coahoma JV White (freshman team): 17-5, 25-18, 8-25

Clyde DEF Coahoma JV Red: 15-25, 18-25


Next: JV teams host Jim Ned on Tuesday, 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.




Bulldogettes pick up first district win, 10/05/19

COAHOMA — The Bulldogettes found themselves in an 8-point hole early in the first set against the Lady Wolves on Saturday when Head Coach Jamie Bonner called her team into a huddle.

“I told them we have got to play our game,” she said. “We control the tempo of the game. We are going to control our own offense, and we’re going to make them play defensive. We stepped up, and we finally played our game.


Refocused, Caitlyn Corley started off Coahoma’s climb back with a solid kill. Fellow teammate MaKynlee Overton followed with an ace. Both CHS upperclassmen were instrumental in Coahoma’s first district win recording eight kills a piece.


After conquering the first set 25-23, Coahoma (1-1, 9-15) stayed ahead winning next two sets 25-13 and 25-13 despite confronting a tough Lady Wolves defense throughout the match.


“We knew coming in C-City is never going to give you an easy game, ever,” Bonner noted.


“They compete hard at everything. They are going to work hard, they are going to hustle, they are going to get to the ball, and they are going to make plays.


“We made some plays on our side that came from all out hustle, and we executed well,” she added. “We finally put the ball away. MaKynlee Overton just came out swinging. That was huge for us, and our teamwork was solid.”


Beside her kill count, Overton led the Bulldogettes with three aces and three blocks. Zoie Joslin had 18 assists. Julia Cox and Kirah Kimball had four kills each. Cox also recorded an ace.


Overall, Coahoma swept the Lady Wolves on Saturday. The JV Red team won in two sets: 25-20, 25-1


Next: The Bulldogettes travel to Coleman on Tuesday for a district match against the Lady BlueKats. The JV games begin at 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. The varsity game gets under way at 6:30 p.m.

Coahoma DEF. Colorado City: 25-23, 25-13, 25-13

Aces: Julia Cox 1, MaKynlee Overton 3.
Kills: Julia Cox 4, Zoie Joslin 1, Kirah Kimball 4, Caitlyn Corley 8, MaKynlee Overton 8.
Blocks: Kirah Kimball 2, Caitlyn Corley 1, MaKynlee Overton 3.
Assists: Zoie Joslin 18, Kenzi Canales 1, MaKynlee Overton 2.
Digs: Kirah Kimball 1, Caitlyn Corley 2, MaKynlee Overton 1.

JV Red DEF. Colorado City: 25-20, 25-14


Bulldogettes fall in district opener

TUSCOLA — The Coahoma Bulldogettes dropped their district opener to a tough Jim Ned team on Saturday in three sets, 16-25, 14-25, 18-25.


Caitlyn Corley had three digs for Coahoma and Zoie Joslin had two assists. Next, the Coahoma varsity squad takes a mid-week break, but the JV teams will face the Forsan Lady Buffaloes on Tuesday. Game time is 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. at the Coahoma Elementary School competition gym. 


The varsity Bulldogettes (0-1, 8-15) will be back in action when they face the Lady Wolves in Colorado City on Saturday for a district game. The JV teams play at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. The varsity game begins at noon.


Jim Ned DEF. Coahoma : 16-25, 14-25, 18-25


Aces: Madison Rodgers 1. 

Kills: Julia Cox 1, Caitlyn Corley 1, MaKynlee Overton 1. 

Blocks: MaKynlee Overton 1.

Assists: Zoie Joslin 2.

Digs: Caitlyn Corley 3. 


Jim Ned DEF. JV White: 11-25, 20-25

Jim Ned DEF. JV Red: 12-25, 20-25


The Big Spring Ford Friday Night Football Scoreboard, 09/27/19

Big Spring 0 Wall 40
Forsan 35 Reagan County 13
Coahoma 48 Iraan 0
Stanton 7 Crane 56
Garden City 46 Rankin 60
Non-UIL Opponent 28 Lubbock-Cooper 48
Mountain View 17 Andrew 45
Dumas 47 Rider 35
Cross Plains 54 Plain 0
Monahans 54 Lamesa 13
Wellman-Union 49 Sands 35
Westbrook 46 Grady 0
Panther Creek 6 Ira 56
Bronte 0 Sterling City 64
Booker 0 Ralls 56
Los Fresnos 14 Perman 56
Denver City 0 Seminole 7
Panther Creek 6 Ira 56
Hart 16 Meadow 51
The Colony 42 Centennial 35
Central 10 Guyer 49
Borden County 66 White Deer 37
Los Fresnos 14 Permain 56
Southwest 0 Northwest 40
Idalou 45 MuleShoe 16
Ozona 61 Junction 0
Gunter 58 Nocona 6
Gordon 64 Blanket 16
Trinity 42 Bell 7
Brownwood 33 Wylie 0
Fort Stockton 14 Pecos 0
Weatherford 38 Central 45
Floydada 25 Roosevelt 28
Slaton 14 Post 42
Coronado 45 Lubbock 14
Highland 64 Robert Lee 22
Cisco 26 Ballinger 9


Coahoma Bulldogettes vs Lake View Maidens in San Angelo, 09/24/19

Lake View DEF. Coahoma 23-25, 18-25, 22-25


Kills: Julia Cox 2, Kirah Kimball 6, Sydney Rinard 2, Caitlyn Corley 9, MaKynlee Overton 8. 

Blocks: Caitlyn Corley 2, MaKynlee Overton 1.

Assists: Zoie Joslin 21.

Digs: Kenzi Canales 1.


Next: Coahoma at Jim Ned, noon on Saturday, district opener. 


Lake View DEF. JV Red: 14-25, 15-25

Lake View DEF. JV White 16-25, 22-25.



Big Spring JHS Volleyball team v. Greenwood, 9/23/2019

  • Monday:
    • 7th Grade A Team:
      • The 7th Grade Lady Steer A Team was defeated by Greenwood (8-25, 7-25). CarNesha Rutledge and Hazel Rangel were the defensive players of the game. Then, Niomi Wines and Isis Nesbitt were the offensive players of the game.
    • 7th Grade B Team:
      • The 7th Grade B Team suffered a defeat to Greenwood last night. We played two sets (6-25 and 20-25). The girls came back and fought hard in the second set to lose only by 5 points. Coach Smith and Coach Barbee are proud of how the girls came to play that second set. Our two players of the game were Alliana Chavarria and Trinity Muniz for their excellent serves, sets, and heart on the court.
    • 8th Grade A Team:
      • The 8th Grade A Team lost to Greenwood at home in two sets, 13-25 and 16-25. Kyleena Hughes and Cloe Viasana were strong at the net and Delaney Moreno and Brooklyn Hyatt were tough on defense.
    • 8th Grade B Team:
      • The 8th Grade B lost to Greenwood at home in three sets (25-19, 20-25, and 13-25). Madison Hamm and Marray Gonzales and Abigail Davila did great on defense during this game.



Big Spring Ford Friday Night Football Scoreboard, 09/20/19

Big Spring Steers 6 - Pecos Eagles 25

  • Sonic Offensive Player of the Game: Kaegan Mitchell

  • Sonic Defensive Player of the Game: Johnathan Miller

  • Big Spring Ford Big Hit of the Game: CJ Harris


Stanton Buffaloes 0 - New Deal Lions 14 (Game canceled in 3rd quarter due to lightening)

  • Sonic Offensive Player of the Game: Evan Cox

  • Sonic Defensive Player of the Game: Peyton Barnhill

  • White Motor Company Big Hit of the Game: Tyler Bennedict


Coahoma Bulldogs 26 -  Slaton Tigers 28

  • Sonic Offensive Player of the Game: Zack Schneider

  • Sonic Defensive Player of the Game: Keegan Dobbs

  • Big Spring Ford Big Hit of the Game: Braxton Chandler


Forsan 34 Colorado City 14
Andrews 58 Snyder 13
Lakeview 21 Fort Stockton 60
Seminole 7 Greenwood 38
Permian 47 Palm Desert 14
Midland Lee 72 Eastwood 26
Monahans 0 Midland Christian 49
Midland 7 Abilene 28
Sweetwater 0 Iowa Park 46
Garden City 48 Buena Vista 7
McLean 35 Balmorhea 48
Iraan 0 Eldorado 36
Crane 48 Kermit 25
Sterling City 55 Irion County 8
Westbrook 8 Rankin 61
Lamesa 13 Lubbock 61
Canyon 50 Amarillo Caprock 27
Alpine 30 Wink 13
Levelland 28 Pampa 34
Loraine 0 Highland 50
Idalou 25 Denver City 28
Cedar Park 51 Katy Cinco Ranch 3


Three CHS runners medal at Roscoe Invitational, 09/16/19

SWEETWATER — Serena Dobbs kicked it into high gear as she neared the finish sprinting from 10th to sixth place before crossing the line at the Roscoe Invitational cross country meet held on Monday.


The Coahoma High School freshman recorded her best time this season at 14 minutes, 20 seconds, which is one minute, 29 seconds faster than her last outing at the Western Texas Invitation held in Snyder last week.


Fellow teammate Mason Hudgins also had an impressive day. He sprinted across the finish line at 20 minutes, 55 seconds which is down a full two minutes, 43 seconds from his last race. That was enough to land the CHS sophomore with a medal for ninth place. 

In the junior high boys division, Jake Freeman earned another medal. He placed ninth with a time of six minutes, three seconds. 


Next: The Coahoma Cross Country team will head to Abilene on Saturday, Sept. 28 for the ACU Invitational. 


Roscoe Invitational

TSTI Campus, Sweetwater

Sept. 16, 2019


Results (Coahoma only)


High School boys

9 — Mason Hudgins, 20:05

11 — Nick Biddison, 20:14

13 — Tanner Atkins, 20:44

14 — Hector Colon-Rivera, 20:56.

21 — D’Kota Biddison, 22:08


High School girls

6 — Serena Dobbs, 14:20.

23 — Katelyn Johnson, 15:46.

35 — Kalie Kacyzk, 17:19.


JH Boys

9 — Jake Freeman, 6:03

15 — Juan Carlos Garza, 6:20.

18 — Keiston Harrison, 6:27.

19 — Rochelle Gavin, 6:28.

40 — Caleb Klug, 8:42. 


JH Girls

11—Katie Jones, 8:33.

15 — MacKayla Gonzales, 9:57.


Bulldogettes rout Lady Badgers, 09/17/19

COAHOMA — The Coahoma Bulldogettes came back from a seven-point deficit to earn a victory against the McCamey Lady Badgers in three sets — 25-12, 25-19, 26-24 — on Tuesday night. 


After two straight losses to Kermit and Big Spring, the ‘Dogettes (8-13) needed a win to get their focus back on district which opens Sept. 28 at Jim Ned.


“It was a huge win for us, especially after our loss last week to Kermit in five sets,” said Jamie Bonner, Bulldogettes Head Volleyball Coach following the game. “That was a heartbreaker. We had a really good practice yesterday, and I told them we have to learn how to finish, and we have to win in the end.”


And that’s just what her team did on Tuesday night. After falling to a seven-point deficit (4-11) in the third set, Coahoma went on a five-point streak to cut the Lady Badger’s lead down to two (9-11). By mid-match, the Bulldogettes tied the game after a solid kill by Julia Cox and surged ahead on the next serve. 


The Lady Badgers were not so easily dissuaded from attempting to force a fourth set as they came back three times to tie the match before Coahoma put away the game 26-24.


“I’ve been telling them we have to finish,” Bonner said. “We can’t be scared to hit the ball. We have to use our offense the entire game. If it’s working for us, we can’t get scared because it’s game point and just push or tip the ball. We have to hit, and I think we did a good job of doing that tonight.” 


Cox led the Bulldogettes to victory with 12 kills. MaKynlee Overton had six and Kirah Kimball pounded out five. Zoie Joslin recorded a whopping 21 assists


Next: Coahoma heads to San Angelo Lake View on Saturday. The two JV teams play at 5 p.m. and the varsity game begins at 6 p.m.


Coahoma DEF. McCamey: 25-12, 25-19, 26-24


Aces: Kirah Kimball 1. 

Kills: Madison Rodgers 1, Julia Cox 12, Zoie Joslin 1, Kirah Kimball 5, Sydney Rinard 1, Caitlyn Corley 4, MaKynlee Overton 6. 

Blocks: Kirah Kimbal 1, MaKynlee Overton 1.

Assists: Madison Rodgers 1, Zoie Joslin 21, MaKynlee Overton 1

Digs: Julia Cox 3, Caitlyn Corley 1.


McCamey DEF. JV Red: 23-25, 25-18, 14-16

McCamey DEF. JV White: 23-25, 23-25.


Big Spring Homecoming Tickets on sale now at ATC, 09/17/19

Football tickets for Big Spring’s Homecoming game are on sale now at the Big Spring ATC, located just behind Big Spring High School. Advance tickets for students are $2.00 and Adults are $4.00. 


Student athletes can get in free by going to the side gate with their athletic pass, but must also have their school ID with them to show.


Big Spring ISD staff can also get in free going to the side gate with their employee ID.


Advance tickets for students can be purchased at any campus for $2.00, but only on Fridays.


General Admission at the gate for all adults and students is $6.00.


The Rotary Club will be holding their fundraiser @ homecoming so get out there a little early and support them as well!



Coahoma Bulldogettes (7-13) vs Big Spring Lady Steers at Big SpringĀ 

Money raised from the game between the two Howard County teams including T-Shirt sales will be donated to the victims of the Odessa shooting. 


Big Spring DEF. Coahoma: 10-25, 17-25, 10-25 (Coahoma scores first) 


Aces: Madison Rodgers 3.

Kills: Julia Cox 2, Caitlyn Corley1, Abby Lopez 3. 

Blocks: Julia Cox 1, Kirah Kimball 2, Caitlyn Corley 3. 

Assists: Zoie Joslin 5, Julia Cox 1. 

Digs: Kenzi Canales 1, Kirah Kimball 1, Caitlyn Corley 1, Abby Lopez 3.


Next: Coahoma hosts McCamey at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.


Coahoma JH girls CC team takes Crane championship

The Coahoma Junior High girls cross country team turned more than a few heads at the Crane Invitational on Saturday after four runners earned medals and the team won the meet for the  girls junior high division.  


Nevaeh Kirby led the girls cross team to the championship by placing fourth. Baylor Wright, Isabella Cox, and Sophie Biddison also earned medals and finished sixth, seventh, and 17 respectively. 


Next: The cross country team heads to Roscoe on Monday.


Crane Invitational

Saturday, Sept. 14

(Coahoma results only)


HS Boys

63 — Hector Colon-Rivera, 20:53

70 — Ethan Biddsion, 21:32.

72 — Tanner Atkins, 21:42.

77 — Nick Biddison, 22:15

92 — D’Kota Harrison, 23:20


HS Girls

63 — Kalie Kacyzk, 15:58


JH Boys

19 — Jake Freeman

31 — Gavin Rochelle

66 — Keiston Harrison

130 — Caleb Klug


JH Girls

4 — Nevaeh Kirby

6 — Baylor Wright

7 — Isabella Cox 

17 — Sophie Biddison

35 — Merrick Alvarez

46 — Abigail Bose

47 — Natalie East

121 — Katie Jones

140 — MacKayla Gonzales

157 — Savannah Mecham


Because of a glitch in the clock system, no times for both the junior high boys or girls teams are available yet. 




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