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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!

 

** BASKETBALL - RED OUT **
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!!

 

** SOFTBALL **
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!

 

** BASEBALL **
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!

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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. 

 

Boys 

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

 

 

Girls

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

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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  34, JIM NED 57

 

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 15, JIM NED 56

 

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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Big Spring JH Girls v. Lamesa, 01/24/19


The 8th grade A team lost a heartbreaker to Lamesa yesterday by 3 points. Daniah Wrighter was the leading scorer with 12 points. Elaina Arredondo And Monica Gutierrez played well on defense.

 

8th grade B came out with a big win over Lamesa-36-6 last night.  Every single girl played big and was tough on both defense and offense but leading our rebounding was Taylor Partlow.  Leading scorer for the Lady Steers was Kaydence Canales with 18 points and Valerie Barrios, Miranda Young and Mia Bustamante added 4 points each and Kristen Bermea, Zareth Castillo and Kailie Fierro each added 2 points.  Each girl worked hard to defend and win.

 

7th grade A team lost to Lamesa last night in a tough game. Briana Rivera, Delaney Moreno, Kylee Haynie, and Cloe Viasana led out on defense. The girls had numerous steals, deflections, rebounds, and created multiple turnovers. We struggled on offense to score, but we did a good job breaking the press and working the ball. It was a tough loss, but they will defintely keep their heads up and continue to work hard.

 

The 7th grade B team lost to Lamesa in a great game! The girls played a great offensive game with Kaydence Norwood and Zoie Robles leading them. Karissa Gonzales and R’Lonie Cole led on defense. The girls played one of their best games of the season and continue to grow as a team.

The girls are looking forward to their next game against Sweetwater.

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Dobbs earns 1st at CC powerlifting meet


Congratulations to our powerlifting team for earning four medals and having six members finish in the top four at the Colorado City meet Saturday.

 

Keegan Dobbs turned finished 1st in his weight class after lifting a total of 1,235 in his weight class. He lifted 505 on squat, 275 on bench, and 455. Compared to last week’s meet at Big Spring, Keegan lifted 45 more pounds in total weight at the Colorado City invitational.

 

For the Coahoma girls team, Cailey Glover also showed gains in her overall strength and her effort ended with a 2nd place medal in her weight class. She lifted 25 more pounds in total weight compared to her first meet of the season at Big Spring. In all, Cailey lifted 290 in squat, 140 on bench, and 265 on deadlift with a total weight of 695.

 

Rounding out the top medal placers for the CHS team were Alejandro Gonzales and Josh Ruiz. Both CHS powerlifters placed third in their individual weight class. Daniel Vela-Wences and Bobby Zambrano placed 4th.

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Big Spring JH Girls @ San Angelo, and Snyder Tournament Results, 01/17/19


The 8th grade girl’s defeated the San Angelo Lincoln ladies 42-11 yesterday, 01/17/19. It was a great team effort. The defense was awesome holding them to just 11 points. On offense, Jalen Sykes and Daniah Wrighter led the way in scoring. On defense, all guards played well hawking the ball all night led by Elaina Arredondo, Gisselle Holguin, Emily Matthews, Monica Gutierrez.

 

Going back to last week’s tournament in Snyder, 8th grade B came out strong with two big wins against Sweetwater (18-6) and Snyder (30-20). High scorers in the game against Sweetwater were Kailie Fierro with 8 points and Geneveive Bedinger with 5. All of the girls came out strong on both offense and defense.  In the game against Snyder the high scorers were Kaydence Canales with 14 points and Genevieve Bedinger with 6.  Again, all girls stepped up on both offense and defense to win this final game against Snyder.  In last night’s game against San Angelo Lincoln our girls got a big win (42-13).  Kaydence Canales was the high scorer with 22 points and 8 steals, Mia came in with 12 points and 5 steals, and Genevieve Bedinger and Miranda Young both added 4 points each.  The Lady Steers were short on girls but these ladies stepped up and worked extra hard for the win.

 

The 7th grade A team fell to San Angelo Lincoln in a very hard fought battle (13-18). They played a great game with heart and hustle. Tied with less than 2 minutes in the game, they fought until the final buzzer. Every player worked hard and improved on the court. Delaney Moreno led on offense with 6 points followed by Kylee Haynie with 3 and Alexa Mehan and Cloe Viasana with 2 points each. Briana Rivera, Delaney Moreno, Julianna Fraser, and Angelina Rivera were hot on defense. This was by far their best game from start to finish.

 

The 7th B Team fell to San Angelo Lincoln yesterday. It was a hard a game and the girls pushed back with everything they had. Defense was well played in the 2nd half and the girls communicated well on the court. Natalie A. Martinez and Kendra Banks led great on defense. On offense R’ Lonie Cole and Lauren Bryans led with multiple turnovers. The girls are continuing to improve and work together as a team!

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District 5-AAAA announces its 2018-19 season All-District Tennis Team


District 5-AAAA announces its 2018-19 season All-District Tennis Team. The following Big Spring players were recognized.

 

First Team

No. 2 Boys Doubles – Blade Franks/Nick Gomez

 

Second Team

No. 1 Boys Doubles – Blake Marshall/Ed Urias

No. 3 Boys Doubles – Wesley Schmidt/Jayden Tubb

No. 1 Boys Singles – Blake Marshall

No. 2 Boys Singles – Nick Gomez

No. 3 Boys Singles – Blade Franks

No. 5 Boys Singles – Wesley Schmidt

No. 1 Girls Doubles – Gabby Medina/Marissa Salazar

 

Honorable Mention

No. 1 Girls Singles – Marissa Salazar

No. 5 Girls Singles – Brooklin Mojica

No. 6 Girls Singles – Katie Humphries

No. 4 Boys Singles – Ed Urias

No. 6 Boys Singles – Ransom Colette

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Coahoma High School's Manning to run track at Dallas Baptist University


Coahoma High School Senior Joe Manning was joined by friends and family yesterday afternoon to celebrate his commitment to run track for Dallas Baptist University in the Fall.

 

During the assembly, Manning was described as being a dedicated young man with strong ties to his faith and to his teams. He’s worked relentlessly to achieve his goal of running track in college.

 

Manning told KBest News that he has been participating in track for the last 6 years. He also went on to say that he plans to study Business Administration while at DBU and is considering to pursue a minor in coaching.

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Manning, Mashburn named to FCA All-Star Football


COAHOMA — Joe Manning and Julia Mashburn are not done with football just yet.

The two Coahoma High School seniors were selected to participate in the Big Country FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) All Star Football game.

 

Manning, a 2018 Bulldog varsity wide receiver and defensive back, will play on the Red team and Mashburn will be cheering as a member of the All-Star Cheerleading squad.

“This is a huge honor, and I am very proud of these two student athletes,” said Chris Joslin, CHS Athletic Director and Head Football Coach. “Both of these students are great leaders at CHS and in the community.”

 

Manning is an all-around athlete who also participates in varsity basketball and track & field. Besides athletics, Manning is a stand-out academic and student leader. He is a member of the National Honor Society and serves as president of his class and the student council. He was named to the honorable mention list as defensive back for the 2018 2-3A, Division I All-District Football Team.

 

Mashburn is on the varsity cheerleading squad at Coahoma. She is an All-American Cheerleader and standout volleyball player. She is also on the track team. Mashburn made the 5-3A All-District Volleyball honorable mention list for 2018. She is an A and A&B honor roll student and is active in her church group at College Baptist.

 

The Big Country FCA All-Star Football game is set for June 8, 2019 in Shotwell Stadium in Abilene.

 

FCA is the largest Christian sports ministry in the world and ministers to professional, college, high school, junior high and youth level athletes.

 

(Photo and information provided by Coahoma Media.)

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Gonzalez to play softball for Sul Ross University.


Congratulations to Alexis Gonzalez, Senior at Sands High School, who recently signed her letter of intent to continue her softball career at Sul Ross University!!

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CISD Bulldog Basketball Schedule Change


The Coahoma HIgh School boys varsity and JV basketball non-district games against Iraan set for Tuesday, 1/22/19, have been cancelled. Next Tuesday, both the Bulldogs and Bulldogettes will have a rest day.

 

Don't forget, district basketball action continues this Friday when the Bulldogs and Bulldogettes host the Clyde Bulldogs/Lady Bulldogs.

 

(Information and photo provided by Coahoma Media.)

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Manning, Mashburn named to FCA All-Star Football


COAHOMA — Joe Manning and Julia Mashburn are not done with football just yet.

The two Coahoma High School seniors were selected to participate in the Big Country FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) All Star Football game.

 

Manning, a 2018 Bulldog varsity wide receiver and defensive back, will play on the Red team and Mashburn will be cheering as a member of the All-Star Cheerleading squad.

 

“This is a huge honor, and I am very proud of these two student athletes,” said Chris Joslin, CHS Athletic Director and Head Football Coach. “Both of these students are great leaders at CHS and in the community.”

 

Manning is an all-around athlete who also participates in varsity basketball and track & field. Besides athletics, Manning is a stand-out academic and student leader. He is a member of the National Honor Society and serves as president of his class and the student council. He was named to the honorable mention list as defensive back for the 2018 2-3A, Division I All-District Football Team.

 

Mashburn is on the varsity cheerleading squad at Coahoma. She is an All-American Cheerleader and standout volleyball player. She is also on the track team. Mashburn made the 5-3A All-District Volleyball honorable mention list for 2018. She is an A and A&B honor roll student and is active in her church group at College Baptist.

 

The Big Country FCA All-Star Football game is set for June 8, 2019 in Shotwell Stadium in Abilene.

 

FCA is the largest Christian sports ministry in the world and ministers to professional, college, high school, junior high and youth level athletes.

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Bulldogs fall to Merkel, 01/15/19


MERKEL — After a close-fought game for the first two quarters of play, the Merkel Badgers had a strong second half to to secure their victory against the Coahoma Bulldogs in a District 5-3A match up Tuesday night.

 

The Bulldogs were down by just 3 points when they headed to the locker room for the mid-game break. Returning for the second half, both teams played heavy defense and had trouble finding the basket in the third. Merkel scored 6 points and Coahoma 2 in the quarter. 
In the fourth, the Badgers picked up steam to lay down 13 points while effectively keeping the Bulldogs to 6.

 

Gage Clark-Burdell led the Coahoma team with 8 points followed by Bryson Cline with 7. Cline also shot a 3-point goal in the first quarter.

 

Next: Coahoma will host Clyde in a Bulldogs versus Bulldogs bash set for Friday in the CES competition gym.

 

COAHOMA 27, MERKEL 43

 

Coahoma: 9, 12, 2, 6 -- 29

MERKEL: 11, 13, 6, 13 -- 43

 

Coahoma — Joe Manning 2, Zack Schneider 6, Gaige Hill 4, Bryson Cline 7, Kolt Redden 2, Gage Clark-Burdell 8.

 

MERKEL — Jonah White 13, Tryce Pape 3, Dillion Davis 3, Ian Sebastian 2, Daniel Rush 2, Jayden Foss 6, Slade Stone 14.

 

Free Throws — Coahoma 2-6 , Merkel 3-9 ; Three-Point Goals — Coahoma 1 (Cline), Merkel 4 (Stone 2, Pape, Davis); Total Fouls — Coahoma 7, Merkel 11

 

(Information and photos courtesy of Coahoma Media.)

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Bulldogettes drop district game to Lady Badgers, 01/15/19


MERKEL — The Coahoma Bulldogettes lost to the Merkel Lady Badgers Tuesday night in district action.

 

Caitltyn Corley led the Bulldogettes with 9 points followed by Abbie Lopez with 3.

 

The Lady Badgers were effective in keeping control of the ball all four quarters of play. Merkel scored in the double digits while keeping Coahoma to an average of 3 points for the first three quarters.

 

Corley led the Bulldogettes team to their best quarter of play in the fourth. The Coahoma junior racked up two 2-point baskets and 2 points from the charity strip. Teammate Jovi Gonzales nailed a basket to add 2 more to the scoreboard.

 

Next: The Bulldogettes take on the Lady Bulldogs from Clyde at the CES competition gym in Coahoma Friday.

 

COAHOMA 18, MERKEL 67

 

Coahoma: 3, 3, 4, 8 -- 18

MERKEL: 20, 16, 17, 14 -- 67

 

Coahoma — Macee Grant 2, Caitlyn Corley 9, Paige Atkins 2, Jovi Gonzales 2, Abbie Lopez 3.

 

MERKEL — Freeman 4, Doan 3, Pursley 19, Salazar 7, Hays 14, Gillbreath 4, O’Malley 12, White 4.

 

Free Throws — Coahoma 4-12 , Merkel 3-10 ; Three-Point Goals — Merkel 8 (Hays 4, Pursley 3, Salazar) Total Fouls — Coahoma 11, Other 17.

 

(Photos and information provided by Coahoma Media.)

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Bulldogettes Basketball results, 01/11/19


Bulldogettes lose to C-City

 

COLORADO CITY — The Colorado City Lady Wolves laid down 17 points in the first quarter to path the way for their 20-55 victory against the Coahoma Bulldogettes varsity team Friday.

 

Caitlyn Corley led the Bulldogettes with 9 points for the game. Cassie Grant added 5 more including 3 points from behind the arc. The Lady Wolves took control of the game early racking up a 37-7 lead by the end of the first half.

 

Returning for the third, the Bulldogettes picked up play netting 13 points to 18 from Colorado City. Next, the Coahoma girls squad head to Merkel Tuesday to play the Lady Badgers in a district 5-3A match up. The game begins at 6:30 p.m.

 

Varsity

COAHOMA 20, COLORADO CITY 55

 

Coahoma: 0, 7, 5, 8 -- 20

Colorado City: 17, 20, 15,  3 -- 55

 

Coahoma —Caitlyn Corley 9, Paige Atkins 2, Abbie Lopez 2, Cassie Grant  5, Madison Rogers 2.

 

Colorado City  — Sydney Quinn 3, Mia Monroe 19, Kaci Hudson 7, Morgan Munoz 2, Halina Hernandez 3, Taylor Smith 9, Kayla Casares 2, Haley Bridges 10.

 

Free Throws — Coahoma 3-6 , Colorado City 11- 18; Three-Point Goals — Coahoma 1 (Cassie Grant), Colorado City 4  (Monroe 2, Hernandez, Smith) Total Fouls — Coahoma 11, Colorado City 10.

 

 

Bulldogettes JV team fall to the Lady Wolves

 

COLORADO CITY — The Colorado City Lady Wolves beat Coahoma 8-30 in junior varsity basketball action Friday.

 

Kaitlyn Johnson led the Bulldogettes in scoring bringing in 6 points. Next, the JV will play the Merkel Lady Badgers in Merkel at 4 p.m. Tuesday.

 

COAHOMA 8 , COLORADO CITY 30

 

Coahoma:  2, 1, 0, 5 -- 8

Colorado City:  4, 10, 11, 5 -- 30

 

Coahoma — Katlyn Johnson 6, Kaylie Kaczyk 2.

Colorado City  — K. Lastly 6, K. Koch 5, M. Kern 2, D. Johnson 4, E. Rivera 8, M. Sims 3, L. Rivera 2

 

Free Throws —Three-Point Goals — Colorado City 1 (M. Sims).

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Bulldog JV Red team earns Forsan tourney title, 01/12/19


FORSAN — The winner for the Forsan JV Tournament championship game came down to the fourth quarter as the Bulldogs pulled ahead by 8 points over the Christoval Cougars to walk away with the title Saturday.

 

The 31-23 victory left Coahoma 3-0 overall in the tournament.

 

The game was a low-scoring affair for the first three quarters with both teams keeping within a point or two of each other. By the half, the Cougars had the upper hand by only 1 point, 9-8. 

 

Heading into the fourth, the tables had turned with the Bulldogs ahead 13-14. Seth Brooks jump started the Bulldogs’ offense by nailing a 3-point shot to pull ahead of the Cougars once more. Garrett Anderson and Isaiah Martin added 4 more points before Christoval could answer back. D’Kota Harrison, Avery Burgans, Sean Striegler, and Martin helped to salt away the game at the free throw line. 

 

Next: the JV Red team will travel to Merkel to take on the Badgers in junior varsity basketball action Tuesday. 

 

Championship game vs Christoval Cougars, Saturday, Jan. 12

 

CHRISTOVAL 23, COAHOMA 31

 

Christoval: 4, 5, 4, 10 -- 23

 

Coahoma: 5, 3, 6, 17 -- 31

 

Coahoma: Avery Burgans 2, Isaiah Martin 8, Seth Brooks 4, Colin Daniels 2, Sean Striegler 3, N. Dials 2, Tony Haggins 5, D’Kota Harrison 3, Garrett Anderson 2.

 

Christoval — Woodfin 5, Walker 2, Workman 4, Jolly 5, Shriver 2, Wilcox 5. 

 

Free Throws — Christoval 11-19, Coahoma 7-18; Three-Point Goals — Bulldogs 2 (Brooks, Haggins); Team Fouls — Christoval 20, Coahoma 18.

 

 

Game 2, Saturday, Jan. 12

Coahoma vs Forsan

 

COAHOMA 43, FORSAN 29

 

D’Kota Harrison netted 9 points and Isaiah Martin and Colin Daniels added 7 each in the Bulldog 43-29 win over tournament host Forsan Buffaloes Saturday morning. 

The Bulldogs built a 10-point lead by the half over the Buffaloes, but in the third quarter Forsan put on the pressure and outscored the Dogs by 2 points. However, Coahoma surged back late in the fourth for the win and a place in the championship game. 

 

Coahoma: 9, 10, 8, 16 -- 43

Forsan: 5, 4, 10, 10 --  29

 

Coahoma — Avery Burgans 2, Isaiah Martin 7, Seth Brooks 2, Collin Daniels 7, Sean Striegler 5, N. Dials 1, Tony Haggins 6, D’Kota Harrison 9, Isaac Murillo  2, Garrett Anderson 2 . 

 

Forsan — Valdez 9, Cervantes 1, Stallings 1, Richardson 6, Stockton 6, Hillfer 2, Hill 2, T. Moorman 2.

 

Free Throws — Coahoma 10-24, Forsan 10-30; Three-Point Goals — Coahoma 3 (Haggins 2, Daniels), Forsan 3 (Richardson 2, Valdez); Total Fouls — Coahoma 20, Forsan 17.

 

Game 1, Thursday, Jan. 10.

Coahoma vs. Garden City 10

 

Avery Burgans had a game high of 12 points to lead the Bulldogs JV to a 54-10 victory over the Garden City Bearcats during their first game of the Forsan tournament.

Teammate Isaiah Martin followed with 7. A. Gutierrez, Isaac Murillo, and Garrett Anderson had 6 points each to help secure the win. 

 

COAHOMA JV 54, GARDEN CITY 10

 

Coahoma: 14, 12, 16, 12 -- 54

Garden City 9, 0, 1, 0 -- 10

 

Coahoma — Avery Burgans 12, Isaiah Martin 7, Seth Brooks 2, Collin Daniels 3, Sean Striegler 2, N. Dials 5, Tony Haggins 2, A. Gutierrez 6, D’Kota Harrison 3, Isaac Murillo  6, Garrett Anderson 6 . 

 

Garden City — N. Lara 5; L. Lara 2; Charranza 3.

 

Free Throws — Coahoma 4-12, Garden City 3- 5; Three-Point Goals — Garden City 1 (N. Lara); Total Fouls — Coahoma 11, Garden City 6.

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Coahoma Boys Basketball teams battle C-City Wolves, 01/11/19


Wolves beat Bulldogs

 

COLORADO CITY — The Bulldogs lost 42-77 against district rival Colorado City Wolves Friday night.

 

Bryson Cline netted 16 points including two 3-point baskets to lead the Bulldogs in scoring. Teammate Gaige Hill added 11 more to the scoreboard. Colorado City’s Markis Monroe had a game high of 21 points with 9 coming from behind the arc.

 

The Wolves were dominant on their home court in the first half of the game leading 47-15 by the end second quarter. Coahoma made a much stronger showing in the second half but couldn’t overcome the Wolves solid offense. The loss leaves Coahoma at 2-2 in district play.

Next: Coahoma travels east to Merkel for a district matchup between the Bulldogs and the Badgers. The game is set for 8 p.m. Tuesday.

 

COAHOMA 42 , COLORADO CITY 77

 

Coahoma: 3,12, 14, 13 -- 42

 

Colorado City: 23, 24, 16, 14 -- 77

 

Coahoma — Brice Martin 2, Joe Manning 4, Zack Schneider 3, Gaige Hill 11, Bryson Cline 16, Gage Clark-Burdell 6.

 

Colorado City — Josiah Silva 6, Tracy Smith 10, Jaxson Phariss 3, Markis Monroe 21, Reagan Rich 3, Bubba Williams 5, Omar Boone 10, Jacob Munoz 8, Maverick Hale 11.

 

Free Throws — Coahoma 7-12 , Colorado City 11-19; Three-Point Goals — Coahoma 3 (Cline 2, Hill), Colorado City 8 (Monroe 3, Munoz 2, Boone, Smith, Rich); Total Fouls — Coahoma  16, Colorado City 11.

 

 

Bulldogs JV team bite the Wolves

 

COLORADO CITY — The Coahoma junior varsity boys team beat the Colorado City Wolves on their own court Friday night 28-22.

 

The Bulldogs started off the game slow scoring only 4 points by the end of the first half and headed to the locker room down by 5. Returning for the third quarter, the Coahoma team came back fired up and scored 24 points in the next two quarters of play to steal the victory away from the Wolves.

 

Isaiah Martin led the Bulldogs with 6 points. Tony Haggins was close behind adding 5 more including a 3-point goal.

 

The JV team will be back in action today to compete in the Forsan tournament. The squad will travel to Merkel Tuesday for a matchup against the Badgers. Game time is 5:15 p.m.

 

COAHOMA 28, COLORADO CITY 22

 

Coahoma: 0, 4, 12, 12 -- 28

Colorado City: 4, 5, 6, 7 -- 22

 

Coahoma — Avery Burgans 3, Isaiah Martin 6, Seth Brooks 2, Collin Daniels 4, N. Dials 3, Tony Haggins 5, D’Kota Harrison 2, Isaac Murillo 3.

 

Colorado City  — C. Green 2, B. Williams 6, P. Perkins 3, M. Randle 11.

 

Free Throws — Coahoma 5-17, Colorado City 4-16; Three-Point Goals — Coahoma 1 (Haggins); Total Fouls — Coahoma 19, Colorado City 14 .

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Coahoma Bulldogs v. Anson Tigers, 01/08/19 (Varsity and JV teams)


Bulldogs bring down Tigers, 64-48

 

COAHOMA — Gage Clark-Burdell had a game high of 23 points to help lead the Bulldogs to a 64-48 win over Anson Tuesday night.

 

Within the first few seconds of the game, the Bulldogs were quick to take control of the game. After Clark-Burdell nudge the ball toward Coahoma’s side in the tip off, it eventually landed into the hands of Joe Manning who raced to the post and dumped the ball in lightning quick to claim the first 2 points of the game.

 

Bryson Cline, Zack Schneider and Clark-Burdell all lended a hand to help the Bulldogs end the first quarter 15-7. Then the momentum switched to the Tigers who drove in 17 points in the next 8 minutes of play while keeping Coahoma to just 8. The Bulldogs had a tough time getting their offense going but managed to leave for the locker room down by one 1 point, 23-24.

 

However, the game dramatically turned around once more after the Bulldogs scored 24 points in the third.

 

Gage-Burdell was a huge part of the Coahoma turnaround. After scoring only 4 points in the first half, Clark-Burdell racked up 16 in the third quarter alone. Manning, who had 15 points for the game, added 8 to give the Bulldogs a 47-34 advantage by the end of the third. The Bulldogs continued to take that energy into the fourth adding another 17 points before the final buzzer sounded.

 

Next: Coahoma will face off against the Colorado City Wolves for the second time this season in a 5-3A District match up set for Friday.

 

ANSON 48, COAHOMA 64

Anson: 7, 17, 10, 14 -- 48

Coahoma: 15, 8 24, 17 -- 64

 

Anson — D. Pyle 8, J. Garcia 8, M. Hagler 12, D. Thomson 12, K. Villegas 8.

Coahoma — Brice Martin 5, Joe Manning 15, Zack Schneider 9, Gaige Hill 2, Bryson Cline 8, Kolt Redden 2, Gage Clark-Burdell 23.

 

Free Throws — Anson 11-18, Coahoma 8-21; Three-Point Goals — Anson 1 (Garcia); Total Fouls — Anson 16, Coahoma 22 .

 

 

Coahoma JV - 36 ANSON , COAHOMA 31

 

COAHOMA — In a close fought game, the Anson Tigers were able to stop a Coahoma JV White team drive in the fourth quarter to take the match 36-31 Tuesday night.

 

Isaiah Martin had a game high of 17 points to lead the Bulldog team in scoring. Tony Hagins nailed the only 3-point shot of the game for both teams.

 

Next: The JV Red team will play in the Forsan Tournament set for Thursday through Saturday. Both JV White and Red will head to Colorado City Friday to take on the Wolves.

 

Anson: 8, 5, 13, 10 -- 36

Coahoma: 9, 4, 11, 7 -- 31

 

Anson — M. Hagler 5, G. Williams 10, C. Dollar 5, R. Pippin 15, C. Guernsey 1

Coahoma — L. Saverence 6, Kobe Cervantes 3, Isaiah Martin 17, Tony Hagins 5.

 

Free Throws — Anson 4-15, Coahoma 4-9; Three-Point Goals — Coahoma 1 (Hagins); Total Fouls — Anson 12, Coahoma 13.

 

(Photos and information provided by Coahoma Media.)

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Bulldogettes Basketball results, 01/08/19


Varsity Bulldogettes fall to Lady Tigers

 

COAHOMA — Madison Rogers kicked off a 16-point scoring drive in the fourth quarter for the Bulldogettes Tuesday night, but the last minute push wasn’t enough and Coahoma lost 43-26 to the Anson Lady Tigers in 5-3A District action.

 

After Coahoma was held to just 10 points over three quarters, Rogers, a freshman playing in her first varsity game, nailed a 3-point shot with 5:46 left in the game. That action ignited a fire under Coahoma.

 

Paige Atkins followed by sinking the ball for 2 while being fouled. The Coahoma senior then successfully converted the the free throw to add one more point. Rogers struck next burying a second 3-point basket followed by two more field goals. Cassie Grant ended the night for Coahoma by dropping in the last basket from behind the arc.

 

Rogers had a game high of 13 points for the night.

 

Next: The Coahoma squad travels to Colorado City to take on the Lady Wolves in district action Friday.

 

ANSON 43, COAHOMA 26

Anson: 15, 9, 12, 7 -- 43

Coahoma: 3, 2, 5, 16 -- 26

 

Anson — Hannah Jones 6, Trista McIntire 14, Gracie Fagin 15, Valerie Fells 6, McKynsee Nash 2.

Coahoma — Caitlyn Corley 4, Paige Atkins 3, Madison Rogers 13, Abbie Lopez 2, Cassie Grant 4.

 

Free Throws — Anson 5-8, Coahoma 7-13 ; Three-Point Goals — Anson 6 (Fagin 3, McIntire 2, Jones), Coahoma 3 (Rogers 2, Grant); Total Fouls — Anson 12, Coahoma 12.

 


Bulldogettes JV falls to Lady Tigers

 

COAHOMA — The Bulldogettes JV team fell to Anson Tuesday night 28-14.

 

Layla Salinas and Katlyn Johnson both netted 5 points each to lead the Coahoma squad in scoring. Salinas also sank a 3-point shot in the third quarter.

 

Next: The JV squad heads east to take on the Lady Wolves Friday in Colorado City.

 

ANSON 28 , COAHOMA 14

Anson: 3, 10, 5, 10 -- 28

Coahoma: 4, 2, 4, 4 -- 14

 

Anson — Burke 6, Rodriguez 2, Hagler 5, Hernandez 4, Maldonado 2, Mitchell 2, Wilburn 4, Gallentine 2, Lomas 1.

Coahoma — Layla Salinas 5, Katlyn Johnson 5, Kaylie Kaczyk 4.

 

Free Throws — Anson 4-12, Coahoma 1-10 ; Three-Point Goals —Coahoma 1 (Salinas); Total Fouls — Anson 13, Coahoma 8.

 

(Photos and information provided by Coahoma Media.)

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Varsity CHS Bulldogs Nab 1st District Win; JV falls to Stanton


Bulldogs nab 1st district win: Clark-Burdell earns a game high of 22 points

 

STANTON — Gage Clark-Burdell had a game high of 22 points to help lead the Bulldogs to their first district win Friday, 53-47, against 5-3A district rival Stanton.

 

After an intense game, Coahoma Head Boys Basketball Coach Joe Mireles said his team’s performance this season shows they are driven to excel.

 

“The boys continue to hustle,” Mireles said. “They are working hard. They want the wins bad.”

Stanton took control of the game early building a comfortable lead of 13-4 by the end of the first quarter before the Bulldogs surged back to take over the game by half 25-22.

 

Returning from the locker rooms, the Buffaloes ramped up the game by going on a 6-point drive and wrestling away the lead from Coahoma.

 

Gaige Hill halted the Stanton advance by nailing a field goal with 3:53 left in the quarter while drawing a foul from a Buffalo. Hill buried the ball from the free throw line to tie the game 28-28. The two teams traded the lead back and forth in high intensity basketball.

 

In the fourth quarter, Clark-Burdell gave the Bulldogs the push they needed to take control of the game for the final time by nailing a shot from behind the arc.

 

Zack Schneider and Bryson Cline both contributed 8 points each to the overall score in the Coahoma victory Friday night.

 

Next: The Bulldogs hope to continue their win streak when they host Anson Tuesday at the CES competition gym. The game begins at 8 p.m.

 

COAHOMA 53, STANTON 47

 

Coahoma — 4, 21, 9, 19 -- 53

 

Stanton: 13, 9, 10, 15 -- 47

 

Coahoma — Brice Martin 6, Joe Manning 3, Zack Schneider 8, Gaige Hill 6, Bryson Cline 8, Gage Clark-Burdell 22.

 

Stanton — D. Simpson 4, Ethan Quaid 2, R. Nichols 6, Wes Ulmer 2, Peyton Barnhill 2, Cody Beasley 6, Jaxson Lindell 6, Dante Ruiz 5, A. Hewthy 4, Sabastian Escamilla 10.

 

Free Throws — Coahoma 10-32, Stanton 3-18; Three-Point Goals — Coahoma 5 (Clark-Burdell 3, Martin, Hill), Stanton 2 (Ruiz, Hewthy); Total Fouls — Coahoma 17 (Cline fouled out), Stanton 20.

 

 

Bulldogs JV vs Stanton

 

COAHOMA 35, STANTON 40

 

The Coahoma JV boys team lost a close match against Stanton Friday night 35-40.

 

Isaiah Martin and Garrett Anderson earned 11 points each for the Bulldogs. The two Coahoma players also nailed a 3-point basket a piece.

 

The Coahoma JV team will return to action Tuesday when they compete against the Anson Tigers Tuesday at home. The game is set for 5:15 p.m. in the CES competition gym.

 

Coahoma: 4, 11, 9, 11 -- 35

Stanton: 10, 3, 18, 9 -- 40

 

Coahoma — Isaiah Martin 11, Sean Striegler 3, N. Dials 2, Tony Haggins 2, D’Kota Harrison 2, Isaac Murillo 4, Garrett Anderson 11.

 

Stanton — Tyler Benedict 5, Braden Waggoner 2, Joshua Hensley 4, Nate Lopez 7, Arturo Salinas 3, Evan Cox 9, Victor Olivias 5, Adrian De La O 5.

 

Free Throws — Coahoma 5-12, Stanton 13-29; Three-Point Goals — Coahoma 2 (Martin, Anderson), Stanton 3 (Cox, Lopez, Salinas); Total Fouls — Coahoma 20, Stanton 19.

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Bulldogettes lose to Stanton Lady Buffaloes


Bulldogettes lose to Stanton Lady Buffaloes

 

STANTON — The Coahoma Bulldogettes lost to a tough Stanton Lady Buffs team Friday 33-66.

The Lady Buffs dominated three quarters of play scoring in the double digits while effectively shutting down the Bulldogettes’ offense.

Caitlyn Corley led Coahoma earning 17 points throughout the game. Cassie Grant, who scored 7 points, also netted a 3-point goal.

Next: The Bulldogettes will face the Anson Lady Tigers at home Tuesday. The game is expected to begin at 6:30 p.m. in the CES competition gym.

 

COAHOMA 30, STANTON 66

 

Coahoma: 8, 3, 11, 8 -- 30

Stanton: 11, 26, 20, 9 -- 66

 

Coahoma — Caitlyn Corley 17, Paige Atkins 2, Abbie Lopez 4, Cassie Grant 7.

 

Stanton — Victoria Alvizo 2, Gaby Rodriguez 18, Kenzi Spinks 7, Katie Harris 21, Payden North 2, Emma Dunn 4, Kirsten Church 12.

 

Free Throws — Coahoma 13-18, Stanton 7-13 ; Three-Point Goals — Coahoma 1 (Grant), Stanton 5 (Rodriguez 3, Spinks, Harris) Total Fouls — Coahoma 14, Stanton 11.

 

Bulldogettes JV falls to Stanton

 

STANTON — The Coahoma Bulldogette JV team fell to the Stanton Lady Buffaloes Friday evening 18-36.

Madison Rogers led the Bulldogettes in scoring with 7 points throughout the game. She was followed by teammates Kaylie Kaczyk and Katlyn Johnson with 4 points each.

Next: The Bulldogettes JV team will host the Anson Lady Tigers Tuesday. The game begins at 4 p.m. in the CES competition Gym.

 

COAHOMA 18, STANTON 36

 

Coahoma: 1, 9, 3, 5 -- 18

Stanton: 6, 10, 9, 11 -- 36

 

Coahoma — Maddi Olivas 2, Katlyn Johnson 4, Madison Rogers 7, Kaylie Kaczyk 4,

 

Stanton — A. Hight 6, M. Brooks 4, K. Villa 3, S. Denson 2, M. Gallegos 2, N. Taylor 5, H. Vera Cruz 9, A. Bratcher 3, B. Figher 2.

 

Free Throws — Coahoma 8-27, Stanton 5-14; Three-Point Goals — Stanton 3 (Hight 2, Villa); Total Fouls — Coahoma 15, Stanton 19.

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Reaching Fitness Goals with Permian Basin Events


The beginning of the year comes with many New Year resolutions. A common resolution made during this time of year is to drop a few pounds that may have accumulated over the holidays. If your desire is to be more active this year, or just to maintain your current fitness level here’s an opportunity coming your way.

 

Permian Basin Events is an organization that loves fitness and helping others get fit. In addition to this, they also raise money for worthy causes. Next month, the 5k event Run2Love2Run will be on Saturday, Feb. 9th at 10 AM. Participants will begin the race at Park Headquarters at the top of the Big Spring State Park. Awards for the top 3 male, female, and couples categories will be given out. It should be noted that couples must cross the finish line together in order to place.

 

This year’s 8th annual Run2Love2Run event will benefit CASA of West Texas. Registration for the race is available at permianbasinevents.com.

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