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KBST Sports Archives for 2018-11

Big Spring Lady Steers Volleyball players named to All-District List!

Congratulations to Big Spring Lady Steers Volleyball team for the following honors!!

Logan Terrazas who was named ALL-DISTRICT DEFENSIVE MVP for the season!


Kayleigh Penny was also named to 1ST TEAM ALL-DISTRICT.


Ryen Terrazas and Hannah Bell both made 2ND TEAM ALL-DISTRICT.


HONORABLE MENTIONS were received by Keila Yanez, MacKenzie Rodriquez, Amber Martinez, Kalyn Whitehead, Hayden Bell, Olivia Bancroft, and Robyn Evans.


ACADEMIC ALL DISTRICT - Ryen Terrazas, Hannah Bell, Keila Yanez, MacKenzie Rodriquez, Kalyn Whitehead, Hayden Bell, Olivia Bancroft, Robyn Evans, Logan Terrazas, Kayleigh Penny, Amber Martinez, Marissa Aguilar, and Gabby Lopez


Coahoma Bulldogettes Recognized

Coahoma Bulldogette MaKynlee Overton was named to 1st Team All-District 5-3A, and Caitlyn Corley was named to 2nd Team All District 5-3A. Paige Atkins, Cassie Grant, Jaydan Mann, Julia Mashburn, and Ashley Romero all received All-District honorable mentions.

(Photos contributed by Coahoma Media.)


BSHS athlete Roman Perez competes at State Cross Country event, 11/03/18

Big Spring Cross Country runner Roman Perez competed in the State Cross Country Meet in Round Rock over the weekend. He finished 37 out of 152 with a time of 16:48.


Big Spring Ford Football Friday Final Scores 11-2-18

Here are the scores from Friday night’s area high school football games.


The Coahoma Bulldogs fell to Colorado City Wolves with a final score of 33 to 13. Sonic Players of the Game for the Bulldogs were offensive player Gage Hill and defensive player of the game went to Joe Manning.


The Big Spring Steers fought hard during their home game against the Seminole Indians. Final score was Seminole 34, Big Spring 20. The Sonic Players of the Game for the Steers were offensive player Orlando Sanchez and defensive player Chris Enriquez. The Big Spring Collision Big Hit of the Game went to Isaiah Valle.


The Stanton Buffaloes lost to the Idalou Wildcats. Final score was 69-0. Sonic Players of the Game for Stanton were offensive player Devin Simpson and defensive player Jaxson Lindell.


The Forsan Buffaloes lost to Hawley, 45-0.



Other area schools:

Seminole HS 34 Big Spring HS 20 
Hawley HS 45 Forsan HS 0 
Colorado HS 33 Coahoma HS 13
Idalou HS 69 Stanton HS 0
Garden City HS 56 Highland HS 6 
Grady HS 34 Klondike HS 14
O'Donnell HS 48 Sands Cisd 12 
Andrews HS 55 Lake View HS 14 
Lubbock-Cooper HS 31 Wylie HS 12 
La Vega HS 57 Brownwood HS 19
Fort Stockton HS 36 Sweetwater HS 23 
Snyder HS 53 Lamesa HS 13
Greenwood HS 30 Monahans HS 21 
Abernathy HS 61 Roosevelt HS 6 
Alpine HS 14 Reagan County 0 
Mccamey HS 12 Iraan HS 6
Winters HS 24 Ozona HS 13 
Robert Lee HS 50 Paint Rock School 0 
Permian HS 38 Frenship HS 10 
Lee HS 49 Midland HS 28 
Tascosa HS 35 Odessa HS 21 
Trinity HS 34 Abilene 16 
Water Valley HS 84 Westbrook School 63


One last walk - CHS to hold senior walk following the varsity football game

COAHOMA - The 2019 senior class of Coahoma High School will take one last walk together on the football field following the end of last home game Friday.


“The senior class will line up on the goal line on the south end of the football field,” said CISD Head Football Coach and Athletic Director Chris Joslin. “They will lock arms, and we will play ‘5 more minutes,’ (by Scotty McCreery). When the song begins, they will walk together the length of the field.”


The walk will occur following the end of the Coahoma Bulldogs/Roosevelt Eagles varsity game and after the playing of the CHS school song. Parents, family, and friends are asked to keep the field clear during this time.


“When they reach the north end zone, they can visit with family and friends and take pictures and so on,” Joslin said. “The football team will line up on our sideline while they do this. Please let these kids have one last time as a class on this field together.”


The varsity game will begin at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Bill Easterling Memorial Stadium in Coahoma.


“This is a big game here at home, and I hope to see everyone there to support our boys and to also celebrate this senior class,” Joslin said.




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