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KBST Sports Archives for 2018-12

Forsan Lady Buffs compete at Poolville Tournament


According to Coach Lloyd Vedder, Forsan Head Girls Basketball Coach, the Lady Buffs lost to #4 ranked Huckabay 48-36 on Thursday, 12/06/18.

 

They went on to defeat 5A Ft. Worth South Hills, 61-16 yesterday morning, 12/07/18, and also went on to beat Bellevue 34-20 on Friday.

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The Coahoma Bulldogs split their first two games of the Pinky Jones Hooptown Classic in Stanton Thursday, 12/06/18


Game 2 - Coahoma vs Colorado City

 

STANTON — The Coahoma Bulldogs lost 48-62 to the Colorado City Wolves Thursday night in a wild, fast, hard-fought game between the two district rivals.

 

The final score doesn’t relay how close and intense the match was. After racing back and forth between the two posts for the opening minute or so of the game, Joe Manning managed to drop the ball in for Coahoma for the first points of the match. Colorado City answered back quickly netting two 3-point goals in a row. 

 

It didn’t take long for Coahoma to respond. Bryson Cline buried a shot from behind the arc to add 3 points to the scoreboard. From then on, the two rival teams traded the lead back and forth during the first half of the game.

 

The Wolves came out on top by the end of the first quarter with a slim 1-point advantage but by halftime, the two teams headed into the locker room tied 25-all. 

 

Back for the second half, Coahoma and Colorado City continued to play tight, fast ball for the first part of the third quarter then the Wolves started to slowly pull away. Heading into the fourth, the Bulldogs faced an 8-point deficit. 

 

Missed shot and fouls were costly for the Bulldogs in the fourth quarter. The last 10 points earned by the Wolves came from the charity strip. Most of those goals were netted by Colorado City’s Omar Boone, who had a game high of 30 points. 

 

Cline lead the Bulldogs with 18 points  followed by Zack Schneider with 17. Cline also netted three 3-point goals. 

 

Coahoma: 15, 10, 10, 13 – 48

Colorado City: 16, 9, 18, 19 – 62

 

Coahoma: Brice Martin, 2; Joe Manning 5; Zack Schneider, 17; Bryson Cline, 18; Gage Clark 6; 

 

 

Colorado City: Tracy Smith, 7; Markis Monroe, 10; Bubba Williams, 5; Omar Boone, 30; Jacob Munoz, 7

 

 

Free Throws – Coahoma 9-14; Colorado City, 18-24; 3-Point Goals – Coahoma 3 (Cline 3), Colorado City 6 (Monroe 2, Boone, Williams, Smith, Munoz); Total Fouls – Coahoma 13 ; Colorado City 15 

 

 

Game 1 - Coahoma vs Stanton JV

 

The Coahoma boys basketball team handily won their match against the Stanton JV Buffaloes 57-22 Thursday.

 

Gage Clark had a game high of 10 points followed by Zack Schneider with 9 and Joe Manning with 7 to help lead the Bulldogs to a victory. 

 

Coahoma dominated the game from the beginning racking up a whopping 21 points in the first quarter alone while keeping the Stanton JV team to just 2. The Bulldogs continued to score in the double digits for the next two quarters while limiting the Buffaloes to single points throughout the game.  

 

Next: Coahoma will play their last game of the tournament at noon Saturday against a yet to be determined opponent. 

 

57-22

Coahoma: 21, 16, 12, 8 — 57

Stanton: 2, 6, 9, 5 — 22

 

Coahoma: Brice Martin, 5; Sean Striegler 2; Joe Manning, 7; Zack Schneider, 9; Marcus Martinez, 2; Gaige Hill, 5; Bryson Cline, 9; Gage Clark, 10; Burgans, 4; Kolt Redden, 4

Stanton: Austin Hewtty, 8; Bradden Waggoner, 2; Josh Hensley, 2; Nate Lopez, 4; Evan Cox, 2; Adrian De La O, 4

 

Free Throws — Coahoma 7-19; Stanton 6-20; Total Fouls — Coahoma 19; Stanton 12

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The Coahoma Bulldogettes went 0-2 in the first day of the Pinky Jones Hooptown Classic, 12/06/18


 

2nd Game: Coahoma vs Snyder

Abbie Lopez led the Bulldogettes with 7 points and Cailtyn Corley added 5 more but the team’s effort fell short as Coahoma lost 30-47 against the 4A Snyder Lady Tigers Thursday, 12/06/18.

 

The Lady Tigers were on top after the first half of the game but the Bulldogettes returned from the locker room with determination to erase their 8 point deficit. And they did just that.

 

Coahoma tied the match by mid-quarter thanks to the efforts of Cassie Grant, Ashley Romero, Jovi Gonzales and Abbie Lopez. However, the Lady Tigers took back the momentum and reestablished their 8-point advantage by the end of the third. Snyder added 14 more points in the fourth while holding Coahoma to just 5.

 

Coahoma: 6, 7, 12, 5 – 30

Snyder: 9, 12, 12, 14 – 47

 

Coahoma: Macee Grant, 2; Ashley Romero, 4; Caitlyn Corley, 5; Peyton Woods, 1; Paige Atkins, 4; Jovi Gonzales, 4; Kenzi Canales, 2; Abbie Lopez, 7; Cassie Grant, 1.

 

Snyder: Abby Benitez, 2; Jordan Phillips, 1; Melanie Martinez, 6; McKenna Lentz, 6; Kamiah Davis, 23; Natalee James, 9

 

Free Throws – Coahoma 4-10; Snyder 5-12; Total Team Fouls – Coahoma 15; Snyder 9


 

1st Game: Coahoma vs Big Spring

Caitlyn Corley led Coahoma with 5 points followed by Paige Akins and Abby Lopez with 3 each in the Bulldgottes loss against the 4A Big Spring Lady Steers, 19-46.

 

The Coahoma girls went head-to-head with the Lady Steers at the start of the game only allowing Big Spring to get a slim 2-point advantage by the end of the first quarter.

By the second, the Lady Steers took control and kept Coahoma to single digits on the scoreboard for the rest of the match.

 

Big Spring’s Amber Martinez had a game high of 15 points followed by her teammate Tristan Smith with 11. Martinez and Logan Terrazes netted a 3-point goal each.

 

 

Coahoma : 8, 2, 6, 3 — 19

Big Spring: 10, 12, 10, 14 — 46
 

Coahoma: Ashley Romero, 2; Cailtyn Corley, 5; Paige Atkins, 3; Jovi Gonzales, 2; Kenzi Canales, 2; Abbie Lopez, 3; Cassie Grant, 2

 

Big Spring: Amber Martinez, 8; Alexis Starr, 2; Kayleigh Penny, 15; Jacqueline Belew, 1; Logan Terrazes, 5; Tristan Smith, 11; Alex Enriquez, 2; Alissa Cervantes, 2.


 

Free Throws — Coahoma 5-11; Big Spring 16-30; 3-Point Goals — Big Spring 2 (Martinez, Terrazes); Total Team Fouls — Coahoma 18; Big Spring 14

 

 

**UPDATED 12/08/18**

 

Last game was played against Pecos at 10:30 AM on 12/08/18. 

Bulldogettes 50, Pecos 53.

 

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Ritchey New Athletic Director


According to a statement made by Big Spring Superintendent Jay McWilliams, the BSISD administration is excited to announce that Mike Ritchey will move from Interim Athletic Director status to the Athletic Director’s position immediately. Mr. Ritchey will continue to serve as the Big Spring High School Principal concurrently with his Athletic Director’s position. 

 

The district intends to make arrangements for administrative support at the high school so that Mr. Ritchey has time available to address the needs of both the athletic department and the high school. Additionally, the district administration will post a Head Football Coach position on its website and looks forward to finding and hiring an exceptional individual to lead the football program at Big Spring ISD.

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COAHOMA DEFEATS REAGAN COUNTY, 12/04/18: Both teams come out on top Tuesday night


BULLDOGS CLIP OWLS  

COAHOMA — Gage Clark netted two 3-point goals in the fourth quarter to help salt away the Bulldogs 39-27 victory over the Reagan County Owls Tuesday night.

 

The Coahoma High School senior had a game high of 13 points at the board with most of his baskets coming in the second half.

 

Coahoma nabbed the first score of the match and never looked back leading throughout the game. By the half, the Bulldogs had a 6 point advantage over the Owls. Although scoring on both sides was slow in the second and third quarter, the game pick up in the fourth.

 

Clark started off the quarter burying two shots behind the arc and added two more points to the scoreboard to increase the lead 33-20. Braxton Chandler dropped the ball in under the post for 2 and Joe Manning finished off the game for Coahoma with a flourish by nailing two free throws and later completing a layup for 2 more points with 1:02 left in the game. Manning brought in a total of 8 points for the night.

 

Next the Bulldogs will head to Stanton to compete in the Hooptown Classic. Coahoma faces off against the Stanton JV at 1:30 p.m. Thursday.

 

Earlier in the evening, the Bulldog JV team lost to the Owls 15-26.

 

Stats: Coahoma Bulldogs vs Reagan County Owls

 

Coahoma: 12, 5, 8, 14 — 39

Reagan County: 7, 4, 7, 9 — 27

 

Coahoma — Brice Martin, 2; Braxton Chandler, 4; Joe Manning, 8; Zack Schneider, 5; M. Martinez, 2; Gaige Hill, 2; Bryson Cline, 3; Gage Clark, 13.

Reagan County —Jaden Gonzalez, 9; Seth Hernandez, 3; Isaiah Perez, 2; Pablo Hernandez, 5; Isaac Perez, 2; Jacob Gallegos, 2; Justin Chavez, 4.

 

Free Throws — Coahoma, 5 - 12; Reagan County 7 - 9; Three Point Goals — Coahoma 2 (Gage Clark); Reagan County 2 (S. Hernandez; P. Hernandez); Total Fouls — Coahoma 17; Reagan County, 10.

 

 

BULLDOGETTES WITHSTAND OWL ATTACK

COAHOMA — Bulldogettes fans were treated to an exciting ending as the Reagan County Lady Owls nearly wrestled away a Coahoma victory with seconds left in the game.

 

After trading the lead back and forth over three quarters in the close fought match, the Lady Owls went on a 7 point run in the last three minutes cutting down Coahoma’s lead from 10 to 3. However, the Bulldogettes got position of the ball with seconds left and saved the 35-32 win.

 

Cailtyn Corley, who had a game high of 16 points for the night, and Cassie Grant were instrumental in the victory. Together, the two girls brought in 14 of Coahoma’s 17 points in the second half.

 

In the first half, Reagan County sat on top with a 4 point lead by the end of the first quarter and a slight 2 point lead by the half.

 

Returning from the locker room, the Bulldogettes took control of the scoreboard when C. Grant buried a shot behind the arc to help the Bulldogettes take over 21-20. Then field goals by Corley and Paige Atkins, who also went 4-4 at the charity strip, widen the score to 28-25 by the end of the third quarter.

 

Combined, Corley and Grant added 7 more points to give Coahoma a 10 point cushion in the fourth then the Lady Owls made their run.

 

Next, the varsity Bulldogettes will compete in the 3 day Hooptown Classic tournament hosted by Stanton ISD. Coahoma faces Big Spring for the first game at 9 a.m. Thursday.

 

Earlier in the evening, the Bulldogette JV team lost to Reagan County, 22-37.

 

Stats: Coahoma Bulldogettes vs Reagan County Lady Owls

Coahoma: 8, 10, 10, 7 — 35
Reagan County: 12, 8, 5, 7 — 32

 

Coahoma — Macee Grant, 2; Caitlyn Corley, 16; Paige Atkins, 8; Jovi Gonzales, 2; Abby Lopez, 1; Cassie Grant, 6. 
Reagan County — M. De La Cruz, 2; C. Flores, 4; S. Sosa, 4; N. Goodloe, 2; S. Darr, 2; P. Baggett, 3; C. Cervantes, 2; M. Hernandez, 13

 

Free Throws — Coahoma 6 - 12; Reagan County 6 - 11 ; Three Point Goals — Coahoma 1 (C. Grant); Total Fouls — Coahoma 16; Reagan County 13

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