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Basketball Update - Howard College Hawks, and Forsan Lady Buffs, 02/21/19

Howard college Hawks men's basketball team will play against New Mexico Military Institute at the Dorothy Garrett Coliseum. Game begins at 6:30 PM and you can also catch a live broadcast brought to you by the KBest Sports Crew!


In high school basketball playoff news:


According to Max Preps, the Garden City Bearkats will play against New Home tonight at 7 PM at Lamesa Middle School for the Area Championship.


The Forsan Lady Buffs will be competing in the Regional Tournament @ 2:30 vs. Wellington in Levelland tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 PM. To avoid conflicts and assist staff and students who wish to travel to the Regional Tournament games, Forsan ISD students will not have school tomorrow, Feb. 22nd. Regular classes will resume on Monday, Feb. 25th.


Big Spring's Logan Terrazas continues Volleyball career at Midland College, 02/20/19

Congratulations to Logan Terrazas who signed her letter of intent to play volleyball for Midland College!


Terrazas told KBest News that she'd been playing volleyball since 6th grade and grew to love it in high school. She plans to study kinesiology while at Midland College.


Lady Buffs - Regional Quarterfinal Champs; and other high school basketball playoff updates


The Garden City Bearkats won their first playoff game against O’Donnell on Monday night, 02/18/19. The Bearkats snatched the Bi-District Championship title with a final score of Garden City 44, O’Donnell 41.


According to Maxpreps, their next game will be against New Home on Thursday, Feb. 21st at 7 PM in Lamesa.



The Forsan Lady Buffs are the Regional Quarterfinal Champions!! They defeated Sundown on Tuesday night, 02/19/19, with a final score of 30-25. The next game for the Lady Buffs will be against Wellington in the Regional Semi-Finals game on Friday, Feb. 22nd.  (Photo taken from Forsan HS Facebook page.)


The Forsan Buffs basketball team, will be taking on Plains for the Area Championship in the next round of the playoffs. We’ll have details of that game when they become available.



The Coahoma Bulldogs lost to Cisco. Final score was 68-39.



The Sands Lady Mustangs lost to Ropes last night, final score was 42-38.




JV Softball Tournament in Greenwood

Big Spring and Coahoma JV softball teams competed in the Greenwood  tournament held over the weekend. 


Big Spring JV placed 3rd, and the Coahoma JV placed 4th. Coahoma was the only 3A school in the tournament.


According to Coahoma Media, Maci Green scored five runs to lead the Bulldogettes on offense. Cailey Glover and Madison Scott had four runs each.


The Bulldogettes will be back in action Monday as they travel to San Angelo to take on Lakeview. The varsity game begins at 4:30 p.m. with the JV to follow. Follow all the Bulldogette varsity action this season on the GameChanger app.


The Lady Steers Varsity team will travel to Abilene on Friday to take on Wylie. That game begins at 4:30 PM. The next game for the JV team will be Feb. 26th at home against Hobbs, NM at 4 PM with Varsity to follow.


Basketball Playoffs, 02/18/19 - Big Spring, Forsan, Coahoma, and Sands

The Big Spring Lady Steers ended their playoff run on Friday, 2/15/19. Final score was 46-30 in favor of Decatur.


The Big Spring Steers basketball team will have their first playoff game for the Bi-District Championship against Burkburdett in Stamford TONIGHT at 7 PM. You can listen to a live broadcast for this game on The Mighty 1490 AM.


Forsan Lady Buffs defeated Plains on Friday night to become the Area Champions. Final score of the game was 35-24. The next game for the Lady Buffs will be against Sundown in the Regional Quarterfinals. That game will be tomorrow night will begin at 7:30 PM at Lubbock Christian University in the Rip Griffin Center.


The Forsan Buffs will play Hawley tonight at 7 PM in Colorado City.


Coahoma will play Cisco tomorrow night at Abilene Christian University at 8:30 PM. The KBest Sports Crew will also be broadcasting that game live on The Mighty 1490 AM.


The Sands Lady Mustangs will continue to the next round of the playoffs, as well. They won over Whiteface, 46-34. Next, they’ll face off against Ropes in the Regional Quarterfinals tomorrow evening at 6 PM in Lubbock at the Rip Griffin Center.


High School Basketball Playoff Update, 02/16/19


Forsan Lady Buffs defeated Plains on Friday night to become the Area Champions. Final score of the game was 35-24. The next game for the Lady Buffs will be against Sundown in the Regional Quarterfinals. That game will be Tuesday, Feb. 19th, 7:30 PM at Lubbock Christian University in the Rip Griffin Center.


The Forsan Buffs will play Hawley tonight at 7 PM in Colorado City for the Bi-District Championship.



The Sands Lady Mustangs will continue to the next round of the playoffs, as well. They won over Whiteface, 46-34. Next, they’ll face off against Ropes in the Regional Quarterfinals Tuesday, Feb. 19th, at 6 PM in Lubbock at the Rip Griffin Center.



The Big Spring Lady Steers ended their playoff run on Friday. Final score was 46-30 in favor of Decatur.


The Big Spring Steers basketball team will have their first playoff game for the Bi-District Championship against Burkburdett in Stamford tonight at 7 PM. You can listen to a live broadcast for this game on The Mighty 1490 AM.



Coahoma will be moving on into the playoffs as well. Details on their game will be updated as soon as they are made available. 


Big Spring HS Tennis Team finishes strong at Snyder JV Invitational

The Big Spring Steer Tennis Team did very well in this week’s Snyder JV Invitational. Winners included the following:


Emily Kocak – Girl’s Singles – First Place
Felicia Dahya/Emily Reyes – Girl’s Doubles – First Place
Matthew Doll/Sean Tan – Boy’s Doubles – Second Place
Emily Medina – Girl’s Singles – Third Place
Beyonce Landsaw-Medellin – Girl’s Singles – Consolation Winner
Hannah Bell/Hayden Bell – Girl’s Doubles – Consolation Winner


BSHS's Cooley to play football for UTPB.

Big Spring High School Senior Jeremiah Cooley signed his letter of intent on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019, to continue to football career with UT Permian Basin as a Falcon.  Cooley told KBest News that he plans to study Business Administration while at UTPB.


Lady Steers and Lady Buffs earn Bi-District Champion titles.

The Big Spring Lady Steers defeated Hirschi, 67-55, and will face Decatur on Friday, Feb. 15th, at Clyde High School. Time TBD. 


Forsan Lady Buffs won their game over Stamford, 48-37. Up next they'll play Plains for their next round in the play-offs. Date and time TBD.


Both the Lady Steers and the Lady Buffs are Bi-District Champions, and will be competing for an Area Championship.


The Sands Lady 'Stangs of Ackerly defeated O'Donnell, 45-41, in their first match-up of the play-offs. They are the Bi-District Champs and will continue on to the next round to play Whiteface in Denver City at 6:30 PM.


Forsan Buffs are 7-2A District Champs

Congratulations to the Forsan Buffs, 7-2A District Champs!! ????????


The Forsan Varsity Boys Basketball team closed out the regular season with a game against Eldorado. Final score 58-54, Forsan.


CHS Gonzales earns gold at Reagan Co. meet

BIG LAKE — Alejandro Gonzales put his powerful muscles to work at the Reagan County Invitational powerlifting contest Saturday and walked away with a gold medal for his efforts.

The Coahoma High School junior hoisted a total of 1,370 pounds, which was his best effort to date for the season, and earned first place in his weight division. Gonzales had a 575 pound squat, benched 365, and pulled 430 on deadlift. 


Bringing home a silver medal was Keegan Dobbs, who placed second in his weight division. Dobbs pumped a total of 1,245 of iron — 495 on squat, 275 on bench, and 475 on dead lift.


Bobby Zambrano’s three-lift total of 1,385 pounds earned third place in his weight division. He had a 525 squat, benched 395, and pulled 465 on dead lift. Isaac Murillo and Justin Marsh rounded out the top finishers for the CHS boys team. They both earned fourth place. Murillo hoisted a total of 1,165 pounds and Mash’s three lifts came out to 1,080 pounds of iron. 


On the girls side, Cailey Glover continues to lead the CHS team. She was credited with lifting 720 pounds. That was enough for a fourth place finish. 


Overall the Coahoma High School boys powerlifting team placed third earning 22 points at the meet. Andrews came in first with 48 points and Big Lake/Reagan County was second with 37.

Rounding out the top five teams were Midland Greenwood, 4th, and San Angelo Lake View, 5th.


Next: The girls regional powerlifting contest will be March 1 at Seagraves. Regional competition for the boys will be held March 9 at Sundown.


Results  (Coahoma only) are list by class, standing, competitor, and total weight lifted.


114, 5th, Daniel Vela-Wences, 475

132, 9th, Mason Hudgins, 660

148, 5th, Josh Ruiz, 875; 10th, Kaden Molina, 615

165, 8th, Braxton Chandler, 920; 10th, Patrick Gutierrez, 800

198, 2nd, Keegan Dobbs, 1,245

220, 4th, Isaac Murillo, 1,165; 5th, Zack Schneider, 1,115

242, 3rd, Bobby Zambrano, 1,385; 12th, Grayson Glidewell, 955

275, 4th, Justin Marsh, 1,080

SHW, 1st, Alejandro Gonzales, 1,370


132, 4th, Cailey Glover, 720

148, 8th, Sidney Rinard, 600; 16th, Megan McDonald, 510; 17th Delia Rawls, 465

165, 7th, Kirah Kimball, 645


Bulldogettes splitĀ  doubleheader, 02/09/19

HAWLEY  — The Coahoma Bulldogettes went 1-1 in their doubleheader scrimmage against the Hawley Lady Bearcats.


Saturday’s scrimmage marked the second time the Coahoma softball players tested their skills against another team this season, but it was the first game to include returning varsity members Cassie Grant, Caitlyn Corley, and Macee Green. 


All three girls and freshman teammate Madison Rogers were finishing their last week of the basketball season when the Bulldogettes hosted the Andrews Lady Mustangs in a scrimmage Saturday, Feb. 2. 


1st Scrimmage - Bulldogettes hold off late rally


The Bulldogettes stopped a sixth-inning rally by the Lady Bearcats to win the first game 9-4.


After pitching a no-run, five-inning game, Coahoma pitcher Kenleigh Janeway faced a bases loaded situation with no outs in the bottom of the sixth inning. Then a Hawley Bearcat hit a fly ball on a 2-2 pitch count to second baseman Kaylor Green who caught the ball for the out.


However, Hawley did get four runs before the last out, which was a grounder to third baseman Lexi Montelongo, but the comeback fell short thanks to the performance of the Coahoma offensive lineup that batted in nine runs during the six-and-half inning game.


Macee Grant led the Bulldogettes at the plate earning three RBIs from three hits at three at-bats. Montelongo earned the first RBI of the game after belting a double off a fly ball to left field to bring Madison Rogers across home plate. Montelongo went three for three at the plate and had three runs, one RBI and two triples. Rounding out the top batters was Cassie Grant who was three for two at bat with one RBI in the fourth. 


The the Bulldogettes swift feet stole seven bases in the game. M. Grant and Caitlyn Corley had two each. 


Janeway earned the win for Coahoma. She allowed six hits, four runs, five strikeouts, and one walked over six innings. 


Kenleigh Janeway - W, Allie - L; 2B — Coahoma, Montelongo, Caitlyn Corley; Hawley, Feery; 3B — Coahoma, Montelongo 2; SB — Coahoma , M. Grant 2, Corley 2, C Grant, Alex Bailey, Kaylor Green; Hawley, Carla, Deli. 


Box Score 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E

COAHOMA 2 0 0 3 0 4 0 9 16 3

HAWLEY         0 0 0 0 0 4 x 4 6 0


2nd Game - Coahoma loses to Hawley, 6-7


Madison Rogers hit her first home run as a Bulldogette on 2-1 pitch for three RBIs in the second inning against the Hawley Lady Bearcats Saturday. 


Hawley came back for a four-run fourth inning to win the scrimmage 6-7. 


At the top of the second, the game was tied 3-3 when Vada Cortez walked up to the plate.


After five pitches, Cortez headed to first base on a walk. Up next, Maci Green doubled off a bunt. With two batters in scoring position, Rogers homered to run to up the score 6-3.


Rogers went two for two at the plate to lead the Bulldogettes in hits.  At her first at-bat, she doubled off a fly ball in the first inning. Lexi Montelongo and Cailtyn Corley both had one RBI each. 


Kaylor Green was on the mound for the Bulldogettes. She allowed five hits and six runs with two strikeouts over three and half innings. Cassie Grant came in as relief in fourth. She had two hits and one run over the half inning.


Next: Coahoma hosts Lamesa. Game time is 6 p.m. Tuesday


Kaylor Green - L, Inez - W; 2B — Coahoma, Corley, Green, Rogers; Hawley, Gerry, Hella; HR — Coahoma, Rogers; SB — Coahoma, Corley, Cassie Grant, Rogers; Hawley, Gerry 2, Carla, Hella, Inez.


Box Score 1 2 3 4 R H E

COAHOMA 3 0 3 0 6 7 2

HAWLEY   0 3 0 4 7 7 1


Bulldogs lose heartbreaker to Merkel, 02/08/19

Coahoma Varsity 


COAHOMA — The Coahoma boys varsity basketball team lost a heartbreaker Friday night to the Merkel Badgers 42-39.


The two District 5-3A rivals played a long, hard and physically aggressive game all four quarters. 


For most of the game, the Badgers had the upper hand while the Bulldogs fought hard to stay within reach. By the third quarter, Coahoma was down by 7 points. Then Gage Clark-Burdell hit two field goals in a row and was fouled on the second. Converting the extra point, Clark-Burdell’s free throw brought the Bulldogs within two points to tie.


And Joe Manning did just that. Stepping up to the charity stripe and in front of a very noisy crowd, Manning nailed his two shots to knot the game 24-24. However, the Badgers went on another scoring spree to end the quarter up seven points, 34-27.


With a little more than 2 minutes left, the Bulldogs clawed their way to within 3 points of forcing the game into overtime when Clark-Burdell sank a ball in for two and Bryson Cline nailed his second three-pointer of the night. It was an all-out scramble for the keeping control of the ball from then on. Coahoma fouled a Merkel player with 9 seconds left in the game. As the Badger stepped up for his first 1 and 1 free throw, it looked as if Merkel had secured the game. He missed. 


Clark-Burdell came up with the ball and headed down court lightening fast. With the game clock about to expire, he passed the ball to Cline who got off the three-point attempt as the buzzer sounded. The shot just barely missed. 


Clark-Burdell had a game high of 18 points for the Bulldogs and Cline added 10 more. 

Next: Coahoma heads to Clyde to take on the Bulldogs at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. 




Merkel: 9, 14, 11, 8 -- 42

Coahoma: 4, 11, 12, 12 -- 39


Merkel — Tryce Pape 16, Tyler White-O’Neal 11, Slate Stone 15.

Coahoma — Joe Manning 4, Zack Schneider 7, Bryson Cline 10, Gage Clark-Burdell 18.


Free Throws — Coahoma 4-7, Merkel 4-11; Three-Point Goals — Merkel 4 (Pape), Coahoma 3  (Cline 2, Clark-Burdell); Total Team Fouls — Merkel 12, Coahoma 19.


Coahoma JV


Coahoma JV loses by 1 point


Coahoma — The Coahoma JV Bulldog team lost to the Merkel Badgers after an impressive fourth quarter surge to come within one point of tying the game.


With .9 seconds left on the game clock, Isaiah Martin grabbed an inbound pass and shot for the net. The ball bounced off the rim and went wide. Martin and fellow teammate Garrett Anderson both brought in 6 points each for the Bulldogs.


Next: The JV team heads to Clyde to take on the Bulldogs for the last game of the junior varsity season. 




Merkel — 8, 7, 9, 6 -- 30

Coahoma: 6, 7, 6, 10  -- 29


Merkel — Jackson 7, Carey 6, Sebastian 2, Russell 10, Shubert 3, Johnson 2. 


Coahoma —Avery Burgans 3 , Isaiah Martin 6, Collin Daniels 4, Noah Dials 4, Logan Servance 2, A.J. Gutierrez 2, Isaac Murillo 2, Garrett Anderson 6. 


Free Throws — Merkel 2-3, Coahoma 5-9; Three-Point Goals — Merkel 4 (Russell 2, Jackson, Shubert); Total Team Fouls — Merkel 10, Coahoma 7.


02/08/19 HS Boys Basketball Results and Girls Playoff Match-Ups

High School Varsity Boys Basketball Results from 02/08/19


Big Spring Steers v. Snyder - 58-37, Tigers


Coahoma Bulldogs v. Merkel - 42-39, Badgers


Forsan Buffs v. Miles - 46-33, Buffs



High School Girls Basketball Playoff Match-Ups for 02/11/19


Big Spring Lady Steers v. Witchita Falls Hirschi at Abilene Cooper, 6:30 PM - Catch a live broadcast of this playoff game on The Mighty 1490 AM tonight, brought to you by the KBest Sports Crew!


Forsan Lady Buffs v. Stamford at Hemleigh, 6:30 PM


Stanton Lady Buffaloes v. Cisco at Merkel, 6:30 PM


Run2Love2Run 5k Top Finishers, 02/09/19

The 8th annual Run2love2run event took place this weekend at the Big Spring State Park to benefit CASA of West Texas. The top finishing male and female for the 5k was Martin De Los Santos who finished with a time a 27:04, and Danielle Moreno who finished with her time of 29:17. The top finishing couple for the event was Team Trevino - Alexander and Jamie Trevino who came in at 29 minutes flat.


The Mission of CASA of West Texas is to recruit, train, and support committed volunteers who are appointed by the court to advocate for the best interest of children in the foster care system.


(Photo: (left to right) Martin De Los Santos, overall top male finisher, 27:04; Danielle Moreno, overall top female finisher, 29:17; and Alexander and Jamie Trevino, top finishing couple, 29:00.)


Lady Steers head to Bi-District Game

The Lady Steers are scheduled to play their Bi-District game against Wichita Falls Hirschi High School on Monday, Feb. 11, 2019, 6:30pm, at Abilene Cooper High School.



WJCAC (Western Junior College Athletic Conference) basketball conference action rolls on this week as the Hawks will host South Plains College at the Dorothy Garrett Coliseum, tonight, on the Sonic Floor. The Hawk women will kick off the evening at 5:45 pm with the men following at approximately 7:30 pm.


The Hawks are hosting a canned food drive with all proceeds being donated to Isaiah 58 in Big Spring. Every person who brings canned/non-perishable food items for the donation will be able to get in FREE. So, head on over, take some canned/non-perishable food and watch the Hawks in action while supporting those in our community that might need a little extra help!

The Hawk Cheer squad will be performing at half-time of the women’s game with their mini cheer camp participants. You won’t want to miss these cheerleaders of the future while they show off what they learned last weekend!


Also, fans will get another chance to catch Hawk Softball at home on Foundation Field this week as they host Western Nebraska today. The ladies will kick off their games at 1 pm and 3 pm each day. Admission is always FREE!


For the rest of the weekend, the ladies will be on the road facing Indian Hills and Weatherford on Saturday, February 9th. You can follow the team on the GameChanger app and receive updates while they’re on the road. The link to become a team fan is available at


Hawk Baseball will be on the road headed south as they will take on Alvin Community College, McClennan Community College, Navarro College, and San Jacinto College in the Tournament of the Champions, February 8-10 in the Houston area.


BSJH Girls Basketball teams v. Greenwood, 02/04/19

8th Grade Girls: A-Team

The 8th grade A team Lady Steers lost to Greenwood in the last game of the year Monday evening 27-52.


Daniah Wrighter and Jalen Sykes were the leading scorers along with Kortney Moore. Hustling Lady Steers were Emily Matthews, Gisselle Holguin and Aloni Mendez. Outstanding on defense Were Monica Gutierrez, Elaina Arredondo. Katelyn Haynie was the leading rebounder.


8th Grade Girls: B-Team

8th grade B lost to Greenwood last night 34-21 in the last game of our season.  Taylor Partlow, Valerie Barrios, Zareth Castillo and Miranda Young were our leading scorers with 4 points each.


Maria Villalobos and Kaydence Canales each added 2 points and Mia Bustamante added 1 with

Her free throw.  All of the girls stepped up on both defense and offense.  These girls ended their JH career with 8 wins and 4 losses.


7th Grade Girls: A-Team

The 7th grade A team last to Greenwood last night in a very aggressive battle. Delaney Moreno led the way with 8 points. Lakiah Overton and Briana Rivera each added 2 points. Kylee Haynie, Cloe Viasana, Angelena Rivera, and Alexa Mehan worked hard on defense. 



7th Grade Girls: B-Team

The 7th grade B team lost to Greenwood at home last night. They fought hard from buzzer to buzzer. Karissa Gonzales and R’Lonie Cole each put up 2 points. Zoie Robles, Zareth Castillo, and J’alia Groage were very Aggressive on defense. We are proud of how hard they worked and how far they’ve come this season.


JH Lady Steers v. Sweetwater, 01/31/19


8th Grade Girls: B-Team


In last week’s game against Sweetwater the 8th grade B girls came out with a big win, 30-27. 


The top scorer was Kaydence Canales with 15 points followed by Mia Bustamante with 8 points and Neli Mendez added 3 followed by Taylor Partlow and Miranda Young with 1 point each.  This win gave these girls 3 total wins over Sweetwater.  


7th Grade Girls: A-Team

Last Thursday, Jan. 31st, the 7th grade A team fell to Sweetwater.


Briana Rivera led out on offense with 6 points. Cloe Viasana, Kylee Haynie, and Madison Hamm each contributed 2 points as well. Alexa Mehan, Delaney Moreno, and Julianna Fraser worked hard on defense. It was a tough game, but they fought hard.


7th Grade Girls: B-Team

Last week, the 7th grade B team lost to Sweetwater on the road. Zoie Robles was hot on offense putting up all 10 points for the Lady Steers. Kaydence Norwood, R’Lonie Cole, Abigail Huffstutler, and J’alia Groage worked hard on defense. The girls started slow but kicked it in and finished hard.




Big Spring High School's Gonzales continues Football Career at Hardin Simmons

Big Spring High School Senior AJ Gonzales signed a letter of intent yesterday morning to continue his football career at Hardin Simmons University.


When asked how he felt to be able to sign his letter of intent while surrounded by family and friends, Gonzales stated that he was blessed and nothing could have been better. Gonzales went on to say that he gives all the glory to God for this accomplishment.


He told KBest News that he intends to major in Kinesiology and hopes to become a physical therapist after he graduates.


Howard College at West Texas College, 02/04/19

Howard College basketball teams traveled to Snyder yesterday to take on Western Texas College. The Hawks Women’s team won 65-57 over the Westerners, and the men lost 81-79. The next game for both teams will be on Thursday, Feb. 7th at the Dorothy Garrett Coliseum against South Plains College. The Women’s team will play at 5:45 pm, followed by the Men’s team at approximately 7:30 PM.


Coahoma Bulldogettes and Bulldogs take on Anson Tigers, 02/01/19

Bulldogs tree Tigers, 56-44


ANSON — After three-and-half quarters of hard-fought basketball, Bryson Cline jump started a scoring spree to lead the Coahoma Bulldogs to a 56-44 victory over the Anson Tigers Friday night.

From the beginning, the Bulldogs kept a slim lead over the Tigers, but couldn’t break open the game in the first two quarters. By the end of the first, the two teams were even at 11-11 and, as the buzzer sounded for the half, Coahoma had a slight advantage over Anson, 19-17.

By the time Cline stepped up to the charity stripe, the Tigers had a one-point lead, 19-20. The Coahoma senior missed his first shot but buried his second to tie the game at 20-20. Ten seconds later, Cline dumped the ball in for two. Then Cline found himself back at the free throw line after being fouled at the post. He drained his two free throws easily.

Anson answered at the charity stripe to narrow the deficit down to two, but Cline wasn’t finished. He hit the basket again to up the score 26-22, Coahoma. Then Zack Schneider and Brice Martin jumped in with baskets of their own to widen the Bulldogs lead. By the end of the third, Coahoma was up by eight points, 32-24.

Taking over in the fourth, Gaige Hill dumped the ball in at the 7:30 mark. The Coahoma junior added eight points in the fourth alone. Schneider, Cline, Joe Manning, and Kolt Redden added 16 points over the quarter for the Bulldogs.

Cline had a game high of 17 points and Schneider added 12 more to lead the Bulldogs to a much needed victory to keep Coahoma in the running for a playoff spot.

Next: Coahoma (5-4) hosts the Colorado City Wolves at home. Game time starts at 8 p.m.




Coahoma: 11, 8, 13, 24 -- 56


ANSON: 11, 6, 7, 20 -- 44


Coahoma — Brice Martin 2,  Joe Manning 8, Zack Schneider 12, Marcus Martinez 2, Gaige Hill 8, Bryson Cline 17, Kolt Redden 2, Gage Clark-Burdell 5.


Anson — D. Pyle 4, W. Fladager 12, D. Rubio 19, J. Garcia 3, M. Hagler 4, K. Villegas 2.


Free Throws — Coahoma 12-26, Anson 20-25; Three-Point Goals — Anson 4 (Fladager 2, Rubio, Garcia); Total Team Fouls — Coahoma  24, Anson 18.



Bulldogettes lose to Lady Tigers


ANSON — The Coahoma Bulldogettes fell to the Anson Lady Tigers, 19-67, Friday night in district 5 3-A basketball play.

A series of fouls hamstrung the Bulldogette offensive drive in the first half giving the Lady Tigers 21 chances to take advantage of free points. The Anson girls went 14-21 at the charity strip which totaled a little less than half of their points earned for the first two quarters.

Returning from the locker room, the Lady Tigers continued their offensive assault racking up 35 points and keeping Coahoma to just five over the third and fourth quarter.

Paige Atkins, a senior, led the Bulldogettes with six points and freshman Madison Rogers added four more.

Next: The Bulldogettes will wrap up the season Tuesday when they host the Colorado City Lady Wolves. Game time is 6:30 p.m. at the CES competition gym.




Coahoma: 7, 7, 1, 4 -- 19

Anson: 11, 21, 17, 18 -- 67


Coahoma — Caitlyn Corley 2, Paige Atkins 6, Madison Rogers 4, Cassie Grant  3, Julia Cortez 4.


Anson  — Hanna Jones 6, Trista McIntire 15, Landry Overby 18, Gracie Feagan 8, Reagan Jones 5, Valerie Fells 6, McKynsee Nash 9 .


Free Throws — Coahoma 3-6, Anson 19 -33 ; Three-Point Goals — Anson  4 (Feagan 2, Nash 2); Total Fouls — Coahoma 22, Anson 11.


Hawks Basketball Teams host RED OUT, Softball and Baseball begin this Weekend.

If you’re looking for some exciting Hawk action this week, we’ve got you covered with Hawks on the court and on the field!


On Thursday, January 31st, the Hawks will host New Mexico Junior College at the Dorothy Garrett Coliseum for some conference basketball action. On this night, Howard College will be honoring our special guests Delek US and Sonic Drive-In with a special recognition event between the women’s and men’s game.


Our Hawk women will kick off the night at 5:45 pm and the men will follow at approximately 7:30 pm. The Dance Gallery is cued up for our half-time entertainment for the evening – always a crowd pleaser. You won’t want to miss this night of family fun with the Hawks!

Thursday will also be a RED OUT night for the Hawks! Wear RED and get into the game for FREE!!


Friday, February 1st, Hawk Softball will kick off their season as they step on to Foundation Field and host the reigning national champions from Temple College.


The first game is scheduled to begin at 1 pm with the second game following at approximately 3 pm. The ladies of Hawk Softball will also be hosting McLennan College at Foundation Field on Saturday, February 2nd and those games are scheduled to be played at 12 pm and 2 pm. Come on out and support your Hawk Softball team as they begin their 2019 championship journey!


Saturday, February 2nd, Hawk Baseball is scheduled to hit the dirt to start their season hosting Odessa College on Jack Barber Field at the Big Spring Refinery Ballpark for some non-conference action. The single game is set to begin at 1 pm. There’s not a better way to spend your Saturday afternoon than with the Hawks at the field!


CHS powerlifters shine at meet, 01/26/19

COAHOMA — The Coahoma High School powerlifting team showcased their muscles Saturday at their host meet and walked away with six individual medals and a second place finish for the boys team. 


Overall, the Coahoma boys earned 33 total points for the runner up position out of a field of 12 schools. Hawley came in first with 34 points in the boys division, Big Spring earned third with 23 points, and Stanton was fourth with 23 points. Snyder rounded out the top finishers with 22 points to snag fifth place.  


Individually, Coahoma powerlifter Cailey Glover continued her strong season by placing first in her weight class. Her three-lift total was 710 pounds. She squatted 300 pounds, benched 140, and pulled 270 on the dead lift. 


Earning points for the Coahoma girls team were Sidney Rinard, who placed fourth, Madison Rogers and Megan McDonald, who both placed fifth. The girls team finished eighth out of 12 schools. Big Spring took the match in the girls division. The Lady Steers earned 26 points. Midland Greenwood was second with 25 followed by Forsan (23), Synder (22), and Hawley (22).


On the boys side for Coahoma, Daniel Vela-Wences and Bobby Zambrano also brought home the gold with first place finishes in their respective weight class. Vela-Wences lifted 170 in squat, pumped 115 on the bench, and pulled 190 in the dead lift for a total of 475 pounds. Zambrano pumped a total of 1,375 pounds of iron. He squatted 535, benched 375, and pulled 465 on dead lift.


Placing second in their individual weight classes were Keegan Dobbs and Braxton Chandler. Dobbs lifted 505 on squat, 275 on bench, and 465 on dead lift for a total weight of 1,245 pounds. Chandler was credited with lifting a total of 860 pounds. He squatted 325, benched 185, and pulled 350 pounds on dead lift. 


Patrick Gutierrez rounded out the medal count for Coahoma placing third in his weight class. Gutierrez’s lifts total 800 pounds. Josh Ruiz, Isaac Murillo, and Alejandro Gonzales placed fourth in their individual weight classes earning points for their team.


The CHS powerlifting team will return to competition on Feb. 9., for the Reagan County meet.


Results are listed in order by class, standing, school, squat, bench press, dead lift and total weight. 



114, 1st,  Daniel Vela-Wences, Coahoma, 170, 115, 190 -- 475

123, 1st,  Jayton Luna, Ropesville Ropes, 235, 135, 255 -- 625

123, 2nd,  Nick Boyd, Colorado City, 195, 135, 270 -- 600

132, 1st, Joshua Lopez, Big Spring, 330, 190, 400 -- 920

132, 2nd, Jonathen Padilla, Stanton, 375, 200, 315 -- 890

132, 3rd, Junie Gonzales, Midland Greenwood, 340, 165, 350 -- 855

132, 4th, Chris Almaguer, Stanton, 305, 200, 315 -- 820

132, 5th, Jeremiah Collins, Big Spring, 310, 150, 320 -- 780

132, 6th,  Paul McMillian, Midland Classical Academy, 230, 130, 350 -- 710

132, 7th, Kenny Richardson, Big Spring, 250, 165, 265 -- 680

132, 8th, Mason Hudgins, Coahoma, 250, 155, 255 -- 660

132, 9th, Luke Wilson, Roscoe Collegiate, 225, 125, 265 -- 615

132, 10th, Reece Kiser, Roscoe Collegiate, 225, 115, 250 -- 590

132, 11th, Jaymes Cazares, Stanton, 225, 115, 190 -- 530

148, 1st, Patrick Hernandez, Midland Greenwood, 420, 245, 430 -- 1095

148, 2nd, Jorge Martinez, Snyder, 400, 215, 440 -- 1055

148, 3rd, Ramiro Aguilar, Hawley, 330, 200, 360 -- 890

148, 4th, Josh Ruiz, Coahoma, 305, 210, 365 -- 880

148, 5th, Ryan Austin, Midland Greenwood, 325, 200, 335 -- 860

148, 6th, Andrew DeLeon, Roscoe Collegiate, 335, 185, 335 -- 855

148, 7th, Cade Clary, Midland Classical Academy, 260, 135, 350 -- 745

148, 8th, Daniel Estrada, New Home , 290, 125, 300 -- 715

148, 9th, Chris Ortiz,  Colorado City, 275, 140, 295 -- 710

148, 10th, Brady Austin, Midland Greenwood, 265, 165, 280 -- 710

148, 11th, Drake Wyatt, Ropesville Ropes, 235, 145, 315 -- 695

148, 12th, Sonny Ledesma, Big Spring, 220, 90, 225 -- 535

148, 13th, Kaden Molina, Coahoma, 185, 145, 135 -- 465

165, 1st, David Hunt, Stanton , 350, 210, 335 -- 895

165, 2nd, Braxton Chandler, Coahoma, 325, 185, 350 -- 860

165, 3rd, Patrick Gutierrez, Coahoma, 300, 175, 325 -- 800

165, 4th, Austin Keys, New Home, 295, 165, 300 -- 760

165, 5th, Breen Edwards, Ropesville Ropes, 275, 140, 335 -- 750

165, 6th, Grayson Layh, Midland Classical Academy, 240, 155, 315 -- 710

165, 7th, Nicholas Harrell, Colorado City, 270, 135, 300 -- 705

165, 8th, Ky Collins, Ropesville Ropes, 215, 105, 240 -- 560

181, 1st, Ethan Cortez, Big Spring, 425, 255 , 430 -- 1110

181, 2nd, Tim Avila, Stanton, 400, 240, 355 -- 995

181, 3rd, Ethan Quaid, Stanton, 350, 230, 385 -- 965

181, 4th, Jake Connell, Colorado City, 325, 215, 365 -- 905

181, 5th, Isaiah Johnson, Big Spring, 325, 200, 340 -- 865

181, 6th, Kevin Rodriguez, Big Spring, 270, 165, 255 -- 690

181, 7th, David Diaz, Roscoe Collegiate, 245, 135, 280 -- 660

198, 1st, JJ Burns, Snyder, 560, 265, 550 -- 1375

198, 2nd, Keegan Dobbs, Coahoma, 505, 275, 465 -- 1245

198, 3rd, John Flores,  Snyder, 500, 295, 400 -- 1195

198, 4th, Bryson Duncan, Snyder, 460, 275, 420 -- 1155

198, 5th Colton Marshall, Hawley, 380, 280, 450 -- 1110

198, 6th, Nathan Mojica, New Home, 365, 165, 350 -- 880

198, 7th, Brett Gauger, New Home, 320, 200, 335 -- 855

198, 8th, Tony Hatfield, Stanton, 345, 205, 300 -- 850

198, 9th, Caden Marrett, Ropesville Ropes, 275, 155, 310 -- 740

198, 10th, Brett Blassingame, Colorado City, 225, 145, 280  -- 650

220, 1st, Tanner Schnoor, Hawley, 605, 325, 570 -- 1500

220, 2nd, Reyes Silva, Snyder, 560, 295, 520 -- 1375

220, 3rd, Colton Strickland, Hawley, 420, 255, 485 -- 1160

220, 4th, Isaac Murillo, Coahoma, 425, 255, 420 -- 1100

220, 5th, Aleyas Bland, Big Spring, 410, 270, 390 -- 1070

220, 6th, Karson Martin, Colorado City, 315, 115, 325 -- 755

242, 1st, Bobby Zambrano, Coahoma, 535, 375, 465 -- 1375

242, 2nd, Christian Bell, Midland Greenwood, 515, 315, 500 -- 1330

242, 3rd, Conner McDonald, Midland Greenwood, 535, 310, 460 -- 1305

242, 4th, Ricky Soto, Hawley, 500, 315, 455  -- 1270

242, 5th, Ashton Smith, Stanton, 480 , 300, 450 -- 1230

242, 6th, Nathaniel Whitmore, Forsan, 475, 260, 465 -- 1200

242, 7th, Grayson Glidewell, Coahoma, 390, 250, 380 -- 1020

242, 8th, Cayman Smith, New Home, 365, 205, 370 -- 940

242, 9th, Garrett Bowers, Roscoe Collegiate, 345, 175, 410 -- 930

242, 10th, Cameron Garza, Colorado City,  234, 335, 200, 340 -- 875

242, 11th, Noah Harrell, Colorado City, 315, 180, 320 -- 815

242, 12th, Adam Hernandez, Colorado City, 250, 125, 290 -- 665

275, 1st, Kolter Willeford, Hawley, 650, 385, 600 -- 1635

275, 2nd, Bo Thompson, Hawley, 550, 460, 540 -- 1550

275, 3rd, Dakota Nichols, Hawley, 525, 405, 450 -- 1380

275, 4th, Michael Huff, Colorado City, 460, 305, 430 -- 1195

275, 5th, Andrew Roberts, Big Spring, 440, 315, 410 -- 1165

275, 6th, Aries Gilbert, Forsan, 440, 260, 425 -- 1125

275, 7th, Justin Marsh, 400, 230, 450 -- 1080

275, 8th, Jake Patterson, Forsan, 400, 225, 445 -- 1070

275, 9th, Daniel Roberts, Big Spring, 400, 285, 375 -- 1060

275, 10th, Cameron Allen, Forsan, 415, 200, 415 -- 1030

275, 11th, Xavier Lopez, Roscoe Collegiate, 265, 145, 275 -- 685

SHW, 1st, Hunter Bolton, Ropesville Ropes 281, 530, 305, 505 -- 1340

SHW, 2nd, Zachary Roberts, Big Spring, 510, 280, 450 -- 1240

SHW, 3rd, Kody Ramsey, Hawley, 475, 305, 350 -- 1130

SHW, 4th, Alejandro Gonzales, Coahoma, 135, 350, 135 -- 620




97, 1st, Brooklyn Williams, 180, 100, 155 -- 435

97, 2nd, Courtney Woodell, Colorado City, 155, 80, 175 -- 410

105, 1st, Jaidyn Brown, Forsan, 195, 110, 245 -- 550

105, 2nd, Cylei Burton, Big Spring, 195, 85, 185 -- 465

105, 3rd,  Brooklyn Smith, New Home, 160, 80, 185 -- 425

105, 4th, Ashlin Calvio, Big Spring, 135, 65, 145, -- 345

114, 1st, Nia Williams, Colorado City, 215, 150, 220 -- 585

114, 2nd, Jada Vanderbilt, Big Spring, 210, 80, 210 -- 500

123, 1st Natalia Juarez, Snyder, 280, 145, 275 -- 700

123, 2nd, Elana Archuleta, Midland Greenwood, 215, 125, 255 -- 595

123, 3rd, Raylee Watkins, Midland Greenwood, 205, 100, 245 -- 550

123, 4th, Oliva Bancroft, Big Spring, 210, 100, 225  -- 535

123, 5th, Madison Rogers, Coahoma, 215, 110, 205 -- 530

132, 1st, Cailey Glover, Coahoma, 300, 140, 270 -- 710

132, 2nd, Taylor Sides, Hawley, 265, 145, 230 -- 640

132, 3rd, Sidni Hunter, Snyder, 240, 100, 255 -- 595

132, 4th, Tinlee Brewer, Midland Greenwood, 215, 110, 225 -- 550

132, 5th, Megan McDonald, Coahoma, 175, 85, 210 -- 470

132, 6th, Leah Speed, Midland Classical Academy, 180, 85 , 200 -- 465

132, 7th, Samantha Rexrode, Ropesville Ropes, 155, 65, 140 -- 360

148, 1st, Saraya Velasquez, Snyder, 380, 175, 365 -- 920

148, 2nd, Kristina Parker, Colorado City, 250, 105, 310 -- 665

148, 3rd, Kylee Cary, Hawley, 240, 135, 250 -- 625

148, 4th, Sidney Rinard, Coahoma, 230, 135, 245 -- 610

148, 5th, Kyndel Lawdermilk, Forsan , 225, 130, 240 -- 595

148, 6th, Destiny Read, Colorado City, 225, 95, 260  -- 580

148, 7th, Megan Ledesma, Midland Greenwood, 205, 95, 220 -- 520

148, 8th, Delia Rawls, Coahoma, 165, 95, 200 -- 460

148, 9th, Jessie Hrushka, Midland Classical Academy, 145, 100, 200 -- 445

165, 1st, K’lynn O'Shields, Hawley, 385, 185, 340 -- 910

165, 2nd, Bonnie Jasper, Snyder, 360, 190, 315 -- 865

165, 3rd, Gabby Lopez, Big Spring, 260, 125, 275 -- 660

165, 4th, Alani Torres, Big Spring, 265, 135, 240 -- 640

165, 5th, Xilanae Walker, Big Spring, 220, 135, 255 -- 610

165, 6th, Kirah Kimball, Coahoma, 225, 150, 235 -- 610

165, 7th, Kialyn Roberts, Big Spring, 220, 120, 265 -- 605

181, 1st Mina Martinez, Midland Greenwood , 290, 120, 250 -- 660

181, 2nd, Courtney Overton, Forsan, 230, 95, 275 -- 600

181, 3rd, Navy Boone, Colorado City, 175, 105, 245 -- 525

198, 1st, Cyra Mireles, Ropesville Ropes, 350, 190, 300 -- 840

198, 2nd, Victoria Carby, Stanton, 310, 155, 285 -- 750

198, 3rd, Kendra Thomas, Forsan, 290, 115, 300 -- 705

198, 4th, Gena Lewis, Stanton, 260, 150, 230 -- 640

198, 5th, Madison Flores, Midland Greenwood, 240, 110, 230 -- 580

198, 6th, Naia Martinez, Big Spring, 215, 50, 215 -- 480

220, 1st, Jhaniah Johnson, Big Spring, 330, 170, 285 --  785

220, 2nd Marisela Lozano, Stanton, 265, 165, 250 -- 680

220, 3rd, Abbey Cain, Midland Classical Academy, 125, 75, 175 -- 375

220, 4th, Rachel McNeal, Rachael, Colorado City, 120, 90, 125 -- 335

259, 1st, Brennan East, Forsan, 305, 125, 305 -- 735

259-plus, 1st, McKenna Wortham, Midland Greenwood, 300, 155, 270 -- 725


Jim Ned sweeps Coahoma Friday, 01/25/19

Bulldogs vs Indians

TUSCOLA — The Coahoma Bulldogs lost to the Jim Ned Indians 34-57 in their second match up of the season Friday. 


Senior Gage Clark-Burdell had a game high of 26 points to lead the Bulldogs at the scoreboard. He also netted a three-point goal in the second quarter. Clark-Burdell accounted for 13 of 14 points scored in the second which was the best quarter of play for Coahoma. 


Thanks to Clark-Burdell’s efforts, the Bulldogs headed to the locker room at halftime down by only 7 points. However, the Indians (8-0) returned for the second half fired up to keep their district win streak alive and salted away the game by dominating the third quarter. 


Next: The Bulldogs (3-4) host the Stanton Buffaloes for their second round of District 5-3A play Tuesday. Coahoma continues to stay in the running for a play-off bid. The game is set to begin at 8 p.m. in the CES competition gym. JV Red will play at 5:15 p.m. in the competition gym and JV White will begin play at 6:30 p.m. in the high school gym. 




Coahoma: 8, 14, 3, 9 -- 34

Jim Ned: 14, 15, 17, 11 -- 57


Coahoma — Brice Martin 1, Zack Schneider 2, Bryson Cline 5, Gage Clark-Burdell 26.


Jim Ned — Ethan Senne 13, Cade Ford 11, Caden Burke 5, Dylan Bryant 20, Matt Stewart 4, Kade Kimmel 4. 


Free Throws — Coahoma 7-12, Jim Ned 3-6 ; Three-Point Goals — Coahoma 1 (Clark-Burdell), Jim Ned 6 (Ford 3, Seene 2, Burke); Total Fouls — Coahoma 7, Jim Ned 18.



Bulldogettes vs Lady Indians

TUSCOLA — The Coahoma Bulldogettes fell to the No. 6-ranked Jim Ned Lady Indians Friday, 15-56. 

The Lady Indians improved their District 5-3A win streak to 10 by scoring in the double digits all four quarters of the game while Coahoma was held to single digits. 


Caitlyn Corley led the Bulldogettes at the scoreboard with 6 points. Abbie Lopez netted a three-point shot in the fourth.


Next: The Bulldogettes face the Stanton Lady Buffs at home Tuesday. Game time is set at 6:30 p.m. at the CES competition gym. The JV team will play at 4 p.m.




Coahoma: 6, 0, 2, 7 -- `15

Jim Ned: 16, 13, 17, 10 -- 56


Coahoma — Caitlyn Corley 6, Madison Rogers 2, Abbie Lopez 5, Julia Cortez 2.


Benton — Taylor Benton 7, Jenna Moore 8, Espinosa 4, Carter Gomez 2, Libby Tutt 10, Leticia Salas 2, Claire Graham 7, Brooke Galvin 6, Malone Graham 10.


Free Throws — Coahoma 2-2 , Jim Ned 7-11; Three-Point Goals — Coahoma  1 (Lopez), Jim Ned 3 (Benton, Moore, M. Graham); Total Fouls — Coahoma 7, Jim Ned 3.




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