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Forsan's Razyl Yanez qualifies for State Golf Competition in May.


The Forsan girls golf team participated in the Region 1-2A golf tournament in Odessa on April 24th and 25th. Forsan finished 7th overall in the team standings and competed very well.

 

According to Fosan Head Golf Coach Dave Park, the team had a couple of personal bests by a couple of golfers and have shown improvement throughout the season. Senior Razyl Yanez was the silver medalist individually and qualified for state for the 4th straight year.

 

Razyl finished with a 2 day total of 163 at the regional tournament. She will compete on May 13th/14th in Austin at Roy Kizer Golf Course.

 

In team picture from left to right - 
Kacie Henson-So.
Sara Tarbet-So.
Razyl Yanez-Sr.
Brianna Elliot-So.
Faith Raspe-So.

 

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Color for Kids 5k Fundraiser, 04/27/19


Across the United States, April is recognized as Child Abuse Awareness Month. In observance of this, C. Larson Real Estate has decided to provide an opportunity for the community to come together to support the Rainbow Room, a local organization that helps abused children every day.

 

C. Larson Real Estate will be hosting the Color for Kids 5k Fundraiser that also take place Satruday, 04/27/19, at the Comanche Trail Park in Big Spring. The race begins at 9 AM.

 

Registration for the event is $25 and includes an event t-shirt. Preregistration for the event is encouraged, and can be done by registering at C. Larson Real Estate, located at 1600 Gregg St., or at The Crowned Bird Boutique, located at 406 E. Marcy Drive from 10 AM to 6 PM. Registration will also be available on site before the race.

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21st annual Master the Mountain RESCHEDULED


The 21st annual Master the Mountain 5k/10k run has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 11th at 9 AM at the Big Spring State Park due to rainy weather on 4/13/19.

 

The gates will close at 8:30 AM and the race begins at 9 AM. Registration for the race is still available at www.permianbasinevents.com. Cost is $30 for the 5k, and $35 for the 10k. If you wait to register on-site, the prices will increase by $5.  Funds raised from the event will benefit The Life Center in Big Spring. 

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Three CHS track athletes head to region contest


TUSCOLA — Three members of the Coahoma High School track team are one step closer to earning a trip to Austin to compete with the best in the state.

 

Zack Schneider, Vance Ott, and Sean Streigler are moving on to compete in the UIL 3A Region I track meet after their medal winning performance at area contest hosted by Jim Ned ISD on Wednesday.

 

Schneider earned gold in the shot put throwing 48-01.25. A first year competitor in track and field, Ott earned gold in three events - the 100 (w), the 400 (w), and shot put (w). The Paralympic athletic finished the 100 in 20.58 seconds, the 400 in 1:15.18 and threw the shot put 15-04.25.

 

Rounding out the top finishers on the CHS team, Sean Streigler’s strong legs carried him 20-04.25 to earn bronze in the long jump competition.

 

Overall, the CHS team has had a solid competition year so far and advanced 10 athletes to area.

 

“The kids competed hard,” said CHS Head Track Coach John-Michael Leggett. “I am proud of the effort of the entire team all season. And I have to add, we couldn’t have been as successful as we were without the help of the best coaches in the state.”

 

The UIL 3A Region I track meet is scheduled for April 26-27, at the Abilene Christian University track and field stadium.

 

 

UIL 3A Area

Tuscola

April 17, 2019

 

Boys

Results (Coahoma only)

100 (W) - 1 - Vance Ott, 20.58. (regional qualifier)

400 (W) - 1 - Vance Ott, 1:15.18 (regional qualifier)

300 Hurdles - 6 - Joe Manning, 43.08.

4x200 - 8 - Braxton Chandler, Brysen Kerby, Brice Martin, Sean Streigler, 1:35.52.

Shot Put - 1 - Zack Schneider, 48-01.25. (regional qualifier)

Shot Put (W) - 1 - Vance Ott, 15-04.25. (regional qualifier)

Long Jump - 3 - Sean Striegler, 20-04.25. (regional qualifier)

Triple Jump - 7 - Joe Manning, 39-09.50; 8 - Gage Clark-Burdell, 39-01.50.

 

Girls

800 - 8 - Kailey Kacyzk, 2:50.82.

Shot Put - 6 - Kirah Kimball, 31-10.75.

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Bulldogs win last game with exciting double play, 04/18/19


COAHOMA — The Coahoma Bulldogs ended their season with a game winning double play to beat the Merkel Badgers 4-3 on Thursday night.

 

Both teams played hard for the win making it a close game all night long. Merkel took the lead early by driving in a run in the first inning and Coahoma answered back to tie with one run scored in the bottom of the second inning.

 

Thanks to solid pitching, neither team could generate much at bat until Merkel got back on top with a second run scored in the fifth.

 

Then Bulldog catcher Gaige Hill blasted a double on a line drive to right field for two RBIs to give the Bulldogs the lead in the fifth inning. Ky Kemper padded Coahoma’s score with another double for an RBI in the sixth inning giving Coahoma a two run advantage.

 

However, the Bulldogs fell into trouble in the top of the seventh inning after the Badgers got two walks and a double to score a run. The Badgers were now within one run of forcing the game into overtime with only one out and the bases loaded.

 

The next Merkel batter blasted a high fly ball to center field which was caught by Zack Schneider. Schneider then sent a bullet to Hill who tagged out a Merkel runner before he could reach home plate. The game winning double play ended the Bulldogs season on a high note.

 

Hill went 3-for-3 at the plate with a double and two RBIs. Kemper was 2-for-4 with a double, one run and one RBI. Schneider and Chris Castillo both had doubles and a RBI a piece.

 

Taylor Barnes was on the mound for Coahoma and got the credit for the win. He went six innings gave up five hits, three runs, and struck out eight.

 

 

MERKEL 3, COAHOMA 4

 

Merkel: 100 010 1 -- 3 6 1

Coahoma: 010 021 X -- 4 8 3

 

W — Taylor Barnes, L — Foss. 2B: Merkel — Martin; Coahoma — Ky Kemper, Chris Castillo, Zack Schneider, Gaige Hill. SB: Merkel — Palmer, Myers, Martin. Pitches-Strikes: Merkel — Foss 81-48, Palmer 5-3; Barnes 96-57; Kemper 18-6.

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Bulldogettes nail 5th straight win, 04/18/19


COAHOMA — The Coahoma Bulldogettes dispatched the Merkel Lady Badgers in a five-inning, run rule victory on Tuesday night to nail their fifth consecutive win.

 

MaKynlee Overton led the Bulldogettes in the circle getting 11 strikeouts over five innings in the 15-1 victory. She allowed only two hits, one run and no walks.

 

Coahoma’s big bats were very active against Merkel. The Bulldogettes got 17 hits for the evening and their best inning came in the bottom of the fourth when they drove in 11 runs.  

Madison Rodgers led the Bulldogettes on offense. She went 4-for-4 with a triple, three runs, and two RBIs. Cassie Grant went 2-for-3 with a run and three RBIs. Jaydan Mann was 2-for-4 with a double, and two runs scored. Kaylor Green was 3-for-3 with two runs scored.

 

Lexi Montelongo and Macee Grant had two RBIs each. Caitlyn Corley and Kenzi Canales both hit a double for the game and brought in one run scored each.

 

The Bulldogettes end regular season play in second place in District 5-3A with a current record of 15-5, and 9-3 for district.

 

Next: Coahoma hosts Greenwood on Tuesday for a warm up game to prepare for their 25 consecutive postseason appearance.

 

MERKEL 1, COAHOMA 15

 

Merkel:100 00 - - 1 2 4

Coahoma:121 (11)0  -- 15 17 0


W — MaKynlee Overton, L — Shelby Brown. 2B: Coahoma — Jaydan Mann, Kenzi Canales, Caitlyn Corley. 3B: Coahoma — Madison Rodgers. SB: Coahoma — Lexi Montelongo 2, Kenzi Canales, Kaylor Green, Alex Bailey. Pitches-Strikes: Merkel — Brown 92-57; Coahoma — Overton 65-45.

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Big Spring Steers Baseball team takes home Golden Glove!


Congratulations to the Big Spring Steers on their latest win over Snyder with a final score of 5-10. The win locked them in as the 2019 District Champions!

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Big Spring Lady Steers Softball: 1st round 2019 playoff schedule


First round of softball playoffs Big Spring vs Iowa Park is scheduled as follows.

 

1st game @ Iowa Park Wednesday, April 24, 2019 @ 6pm

2nd game @ Big Spring Thursday, April 25, 2019 @ 6pm

3rd game if needed will be played @ Hawley Friday, April 26, 2019 @ 6p

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FC West Texas announces winner of the team-naming contest and releases logo


FC West Texas, a member of the US Arena Pro Soccer League, will officially be known as the West Texas Rumbleweeds. The winner of the team-naming contest and two season tickets for the 2019 Season is Nicole Brown. The release of the team name and logo this week is an exciting way to launch the inaugural season, which kicks off for the West Texas Rumbleweeds on April 27th at 6pm at Ector County Coliseum. The Rumbleweeds invite fans to come enjoy the first game free of charge, courtesy of ICA Radio and Mr. Gatti's Pizza.

 

“We feel the name exemplifies the ruggedness of that part of the country, and the toughness of the folks who call it home. We are excited to bring a new brand of professional soccer to the Permian Basin, and look forward to bringing high-intensity action to West Texas.”

- Leif Kertis, FC West Texas Assistant General Manager

 

 

Be sure to like and follow the Rumbleweeds on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for event announcements, giveaways, game night promotions, and more for the upcoming season! For further information regarding FC West Texas please visit our website at www.fcwesttexas.com.

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Lady Steers Track Team advances to Region 1 4A Track Meet in Lubbock.


Yesterday, Big Spring Lady Steers competed at the 5/6-4A Area Track meet in Graham, TX. Girls who finished in the top 4 of their events will advance to the Region 1 4A meet next Friday and Saturday in Lubbock. 

 

The results as follows:

 

Elisabeth Jones – 800m Run 1st Place, 400m Dash 5th Place

 

Falicity Calderon – 800m Run 3rd Place

 

Amozoneaq Green – 100m Hurdles 4th Place

 

Kailey Mathews – 100m Dash 4th Place, Long Jump 3rd Place

 

Kyla Mathews – 200m Dash 5th Place

 

Jha’Niah Johnson – Discus 6th Place

 

Logan Terrazas – High Jump 5th Place

 

Alyssa Pullins – Pole Vault 4th Place

 

Aissa Cervantes – Shot Put 1st Place

 

Keila Yanez – Shot Put 6th Place

               

4 x 100m Relay – 4th Place

(Alex Enriquez, Amozoneaq Green, Jada Vanderbilt, Kailey Mathews)

 

4 x 200m Relay – 4th Place

(Logan Terrazas, Amozoneaq Green, Alex Enriquez, Kyla Mathews)

 

4 x 400m Relay – 3rd Place

(Makenzie Rodriques, Falicity Calderon, Kyla Mathews, Elisabeth Jones)

 

 

NOTE: Bold indicates those who will move on to the Region 1 4A Track Meet in Lubbock on April 26-27, 2019)

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Big Spring v. Greenwood; Lady Steers go 8-0 in District!


Tuesday night both Big Spring teams won their games over Greenwood.

 

The Big Spring Lady Steers won with a final score of 15-4, making them the undefeated 5-4A back to back District Champs!

 

The final score for the Steers game, was Big Spring 2, Greenwood 1. The next game for the Steers Baseball team will be on Thursday, April 19, 2019, when they host Snyder at Steer Park. That game begins at 7:30 PM, and you can catch that live broadcast of that game by the KBest Sports Crew on The Mighty 1490 AM.

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Bulldogettes cage Lady Tigers, 04/12/19


ANSON — Jaydan Mann had a five RBI day to help lead the Bulldogettes to their third straight district win Friday night against the Anson Lady Tigers. Coahoma won 13-6.

 

Mann started off the Bulldogette offense in the first inning by scoring a run after Caitlyn Corley singled on a fly ball to right field. Coahoma broke open the game in the third inning driving in five runs and padded the score five more in the top of the seventh inning.

 

However, the Lady Tigers were not quite ready to call it a night. Whitney Wilson started off an Anson seventh inning rally hammering a double on a fly ball to center field which drove in a run. Anson earned three more to narrow the score 13-6. However, Coahoma’s pitcher MaKynlee Overton shook off the setback and shutdown the Lady Tigers’ rally first with a ground out and then a strike out.

 

Mann went 4-for-5 at the plate with three runs and five RBIs for the game. Cassie Grant was 3-for-4 with one run and two RBIs. Lexi Montelongo, Corley, Kaylor Green, and Overton had two hits a piece. Overall, Coahoma out hit Anson 13 to 6.

 

Overton got the win for the Bulldogettes. She sacrificed nine hits over six runs and struck out six over seven innings.

 

Now the Bulldogettes set their sights on Colorado City to battle for the second place spot in District 5-3A. Coahoma hosts the Lady Wolves at 5 p.m. on Tuesday.

 

COAHOMA 13,  ANSON 6

 

Coahoma: 115 001 5 -- 13 16 2

Anson: 100 001 4 -- 6 9 3

 

W — MaKynlee Overton, L — Landry Overby. 2B: Anson —  Jessinia Hernandez, Whitney Wilson. HR: Anson — Overby. SB: Coahoma — Jaydan Mann, Lexi Montelongo; Anson — Trista McIntire 2, Gracie Feagan 2, Wilson. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Overton 118-68: Anson — L. Overby 140-76.

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Bulldogs lose to Anson in 7th inning rally, 04/12/19


ANSON — The Coahoma Bulldogs lost a heartbreaker on Friday after the Anson Tigers hit a walk-off grand slam to steal away the victory, 8-4.

 

The Tigers were quick to take the lead early in the game scoring two runs in the first inning and one more in the second, but the Bulldogs got on the scoreboard in the third. Ky Kemper started off a Bulldog drive when he stole home for Coahoma’s first run.

 

Then, the Bulldog offense took control of the game in the fourth starting with Taylor Barnes who singled on a line drive to right field to bring in Kobe Cervantes for the run. The Bulldogs tied the game when Chris Castillo scored a run off a bunt by Brysen Kerby. A balked pitch by Anson sent Barnes across home plate and gave Coahoma the lead.

 

From then on, the game came down to a pitcher's duel through the bottom of the seventh inning. The Tigers tied the game on a line drive to center field for a run and the next batter sealed their victory with the grand slam. Kemper, Barnes, Castillo, and Cervantes all got hits for the Bulldogs. Brant Gartmen hit a double in the second inning. Kemper was solid on the mound. He allowed eight runs off of nine hits and struck out six.

 

Next: Coahoma faces Colorado City at home on Tuesday. Game time is 7 p.m.

 

COAHOMA 4, ANSON 8

 

Coahoma: 001 300 0 -- 4 4 1

Anson: 210 000 5 -- 8 9 3

 

W — Miller, L — Ky Kemper. 2B: Coahoma — Brant Gartman; Anson — Miller. HR: Anson — Hagler. SB: Coahoma — Kemper; Anson — Garcia 2. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Kemper 105-61; Anson — Bran 69-43, Miller 47-32.

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CHS Julia Cox advances to regional golf tourney Julia Cox, Providence Dickson, and Ky Kemper named to all-district


BAIRD — Julia Cox advanced to the Region I-3A UIL Golf tournament after an outstanding day on the links Monday at the Shady Oaks Golf Course.

 

The Coahoma High School sophomore shot 96-97—193 in the two-day District 5-3A meet to finish fourth in the final individual standings. She was also the top medalist on a non-qualifying team and made the all-district team.

 

Her performance this year as a first time golfer for the Coahoma High School team is pretty impressive for someone who hasn’t swung the irons since childhood.

 

Providence Dickson, a second-year CHS golfer, placed seventh in the individual standings. She shot 109-103 — 212 for the tournament which earned her all-district honors.

 

For the boys team, Ky Kemper led the way with a card of 93-89 — 182 to finish 10th in the individual standings and grab the third all-district honor for the CHS golf team.

 

Overall the girls team finished fourth in the competition (463-464 — 927). Hartlie Smithie and Brianna Coskey rounded out the team carding 122-134 — 256 and 136-130 — 266 respectively.

 

The boys team ended sixth (421-414 — 835). Alex Gonzales shot 101-113 — 214, Cutter Atkins finished at 118-98  — 216 and A.J. Gutierrez shot 113-114 — 227 for the tournament. Playing as individual medalists, Grayson Glidewell finished at 119-129 — 248, and Keegan Dobbs ended with a card of 135-119 — 254.

 

The Region I-3A tournament will be held at the Shady Oaks Golf Course in Baird, Texas, on April 24-25.

 

District 5-3A

2nd Round

Shady Oaks Golf Course

Baird, Texas

April 8, 2019

 

Individual standings (Coahoma only)

Girls

4 - Julia Cox, (regional qualifier & all-district), 96-97 — 193

7 - Providence Dickson, (all-district) 109 - 103 — 212.

20 - Hartlie Smithie, 122-134 — 256

22 - Brianna Coskey, 136-130 — 266

 

Boys

10 - Ky Kemper, (all-district) 93-89 — 182

26 - Alex Gonzales, 101-113 — 214.

28 - Cutter Atkins, 118-98 — 216

31 - A.J. Gutierrez, 113-114 — 227

34 - Grayson Glidewell, (medialist) 119-129 — 248

38 - Keegan Dobbs, (medalist) 135-119 —  254

 

Team Standings

Girls

1 - Clyde - 389- 387 — 776

2 - Merkel - 472, 432 — 903

3 - Anson - 642-442 — 904

4 - Coahoma - 463-464 — 927

 

Boys

1 - Clyde No 1 - 336-339 — 675

2 - Jim Ned No. 1 - 358-385 — 743

3 - Colorado City - 379-380 — 759

4 - Clyde No. 2 - 400-405 — 805

5 - Merkel - 411-406 — 817

6 - Coahoma - 421- 414 — 835

7 - Stanton - 426 - 413 — 839

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Bulldogs fall to Stanton in 9th inningĀ , 04/09/19


COAHOMA — Once again it took extra innings to decide the winner of the Coahoma versus Stanton varsity baseball game in their second district matchup this season. This time, the victory went to Stanton, 12-2, on Tuesday night.

 

The Bulldogs got off to an early lead in the bottom of the first when Zack Schneider scored a run before the third out of the inning. In the next inning, Avry Burgans belted a dinger on a fly ball over the right field fence.

 

The Buffaloes tied the score in the fourth but neither team could break the stalemate until the ninth inning when Stanton racked up 10 runs.

 

Taylor Barnes started in the circle for Coahoma and was solid on the mound. He went seven and a three-quarter innings, allowed two runs from six hits and struck out 10. Burgans was 1-for-3 at the plate with one run, one RBI, a home run and a steal. Ky Kemper was 2-for-4 and hit a double. Brysen Kerby belted out a triple in the eighth inning.

 

Next: Coahoma travels to Anson to take on the Tigers on Friday.  Game time is 5 p.m.

 

STANTON 12, COAHOMA 2

 

Stanton: 000 200 0 10 -- 12 11 2

Coahoma: 110 000 0 0 -- 2 7 5

 

W — Evan Cox, L — Avry Burgans. 2B: Stanton — Evan Cox; Coahoma — Ky Kemper. 3B: Coahoma — Bryson Kerby. HR: Coahoma — Avry Burgans. SB: Stanton — Noe Ureste 2, David Ochoa, Garrett Vanderveen; Coahoma — Burgans, Sean Striegler. Pitches-Strikes: Chris Castillo 20-12; Barnes 110-69, Burgans 41-20; Stanton — Cox, 104-78.

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Bulldogettes nab playoff spot with big win over Stanton, 04/09/19


COAHOMA — The Coahoma Bulldogettes secured a playoff berth Tuesday night with a big win over Stanton, 20-0.

 

MaKynlee Overton threw a no-hitter for the Bulldogettes in the five-inning run-rule called game and got 13 strikeouts.

 

Madison Rodgers led Coahoma on offense. She was 3-for-3 at bat with three runs, and two RBIs. Cassie Grant was 2-for-3 with three runs, one RBI and the CHS senior blasted a triple in the bottom of the fourth inning.

 

Caitlyn Corley and Kenzi Canales had three runs each. Canales collected three RBIs and Corley earned two RBIs for the day.

 

Overall, the Bulldogettes ran the bases stealing 14 total. Jaydan Mann, Corley, and Rodgers earned three each. C. Grant and Alex Bailey stole two.

 

Next: Coahoma heads to Anson to take on the Lady Tigers on Friday. Game time is 5 p.m.

 

STANTON 0, COAHOMA 20

 

Stanton: 000 00 -- 0 0 3

Coahoma: 570 80 -- 20 13 0

 

W — MaKynlee Overton. L — Victoria Carby. 2B: Coahoma — Caitlyn Corley. 3B: Coahoma — Cassie Grant. SB: Coahoma — C. Grant 2, Jaydan Mann 3, Kenzi Canales, Madison Rodgers 3, Alex Bailey 2, Corley 3. Pitches-Strikes: Stanton — Trinity Johnson 31-19; Victoria Carby 32-14; Savanna Hewtty 55-21; Coahoma — Overton 83-49.

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Forsan Track and Field Area meet results.


Varsity Girls results:


4X100 team of Mikayla Arzate, Fellicity Claxton, Jaidyn Brown and Enjolina Hawkes placed 5th.

 

Fellicity Claxton placed 6th in the triple jump.

 

The 4x200 team of Mikayla Arzate, Enjolina Hawkes, Taryn Spivey and Emily Garcia placed 6th.

 

Rylee Evans placed 6th in the 400 meter dash.

 

The 4x400 team of Rylee Evans, Jaidyn Brown, Kyndell Lawdermilk and Emily Garcia placed 6th.

 

Regional Qualifier Girls: Emily Garcia placed 1st in the 200 repeating as the Area Champ with a time of 26.43.

 

Varsity Boys Results:


Carter Scott placed 6th in the 110 hurdles and 3rd in the 300 Hurdles qualifying him for the regional meet.

 

Freshman Nathaniel Hernandez placed 4th in the 400 meter dash qualifying him for the regional meet.

 

Jared Gasi placed 4th in the 3200 also qualifying him for the regional meet.

 

Caden Williams placed 5th in the shot put.

 

Colten Wallis placed 6th in the discus.

 

The boys 4x100 team of Gage Speck, Chris Mendez, Kobe Richardson and Nathaniel Hernandez placed 7th and the 4x400 team of Zane Riffe, Gabe Moorman, Paul Evans and Johnny Gabehart also placed 7th.

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Big Spring Tennis team advances several individuals and teams to Regional Tournament.


The 5-4A Individual Varsity Tennis Tournament was recently held at Figure 7 Tennis Center in Big Spring. The Big Spring Steer Tennis Team advanced several players and teams to the regional tournament. Winners include Blade Franks and Nick Gomez, Boys Doubles Champions; Blake Marshall, Boys Singles Runner-up; Ed Urias, Boys Singles Third Place; and Brooklin Mojica and Damian Hewtty, Mixed Doubles Fourth Place.

 

According to Dana Jones with BSISD Tennis, Big Spring is in a very competitive and balanced tennis district with San Angelo Lake View moving down this year from 5A and Snyder, Sweetwater and Greenwood in the mix.

 

They advance to the Regional Tournament to be held April 18-19 at Texas Tech University.

 

Photo: left to right. Damian Hewtty, Brooklin Mojica, Nick Gomez, Blade Franks, Blake Marshall and Ed Urias.

 

(Photo and information provided by Dana Jones, BSISD Tennis.)

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CHS track team advances six to area competition


CLYDE — Zack Schneider earned gold in the shot put division at the District 5-3A track meet held on Thursday and punched his ticket for area contest. In all, the Coahoma High School track team advanced six individuals and one team to the next level.

 

"The kids fought extremely hard and as a team we ran faster than we had all season," said John-Michael Leggett, head track coach.

 

Also advancing on are: Sean Striegler in long jump, Joe Manning in 300 hurdles and triple jump, Gage Clark-Burdell in triple jump, Kirah Kimball in shot put, Kailey Kaczyk in 800 run, and the 4x200 relay team of Braxton Chandler, Brysen Kerby, Brice Martin, Sean Striegler.

 

 

 

District 5-3A Relays, Clyde - April 4, 2019

 

Varsity Girls

400 - 7 - Katleyn Johnson, 1:11.55.

800 - 4 - Kailey Kacyzk, 2:38.93 (area qualifier); 11 - Jaeli Hernandez, 3:25.36

1600 - 11 - Jaeli Hernandez, 6:48.87

100 hurdles - 7 - Sophia Salinas, 20.24; 8 - Kathryn Manning, 20.78.

300 hurdles - 6 - Julia Mashburn, 57.72; 7 - Julia Canales, 58.51; 8 - Sophia Salinas, 59.96.

4x100 - 5 - Veda Cortez, Alexandra Montelongo, Caitlyn Corley, Madison Rodgers, 54.77.

4 x 200 - 5 - Kailey Kacyzk, Caitlyn Corley, Alexandra Montelongo, Madison Rodgers, 1:56.95

4x400 - 6 - Veda Cortez, Layla Salinas, Alexandra Montelongo, Kailey Kacyzk, 4:39.02.

Triple Jump - 5 - Kathryn Manning, 30-07.50; 8 - Julia Mashburn, 27-09.00.

Shot Put - 3 - Kirah Kimball, 31-09.75 (area qualifier); 8 - Caitlyn Corley, 28-03.00; 14 - Abigail Lopez, 23-08.50.

Discus - 14 - Abigail Lopez, 60-09.

 

Varsity boys

400 - 8 - Nicholas Biddison, 59.04.

800 - 12 - Nicholas Biddison, 2:31.37.

1600 - 11 - Christopher King, 5:43.34.

3200 - 8  - Christopher King, 13.34.37.

110 Hurdles - 6 - Joe Manning, 17.86.

300 Hurdles - 3 - Joe Manning, 41.76, (area qualifier); 8 - Braxton Chandler, 46.99

4x100 - 5 - Zack Schneider, Braxton Chandler, Brice Martin, Sean Striegler, 46.06

4x200 - 4 - Braxton Chandler, Kerby Brysen, Brice Martin, Sean Striegler, 1:34.35 (area qualifier)

4x400 - 6 - Ethan Biddison, Sean Striegler, Brice Martin, Joe Manning, 3:39.29.

High Jump - 9 - Gage Clark-Burdell, 5-06.00.

Long Jump - 4 - Sean Striegler, 18-11.50, (area qualifier); 8 - Brice Martin, 18-05.00; 11 - Braxton Chandler, 17-04.75.

Triple Jump - 3 - Joe Manning, 39-02, (area qualifier); 3 - Gage Clark-Burdell, 39-02.00, (area qualifier); 7 - Sean Striegler, 37-03.00.

Shot Put - 1 - Zack Schneider, 49-01.50, (area qualifier); 8 - Keegan Dobbs, 39-06.00.

Discus - 5 - Kolt Redden, 107-07; 9 - Keegan Dobbs, 97-00; 11 - Gage Clark-Burdell, 90-04.

 

JV Girls

100 - 6 - Providence Dickson, 15.00.

200 - 8 - Providence Dickson, 32.92.

400 - 7 - Alexandra Ramirez, 1:18.00; 8 - Victoria Harrison, 1:19.10; 11 - Hailey Grant, 1:21.30.

800 - 6 - Alba Palomino, 3:21.20; 7 - Alexandra Ramirez, 3:25.23.

1600 - 6 - Austyn Montgomery, 7:13.91.

Shot Put - 6 - Cailey Glover, 20-07.50.

 

JV Boys

100 - 12 - Patrick Gutierrez, 12.74; 14 - Hunter Newton, 12.97; 20 - Corbin Blair - 13.74; 21 - Vance Ott - 19.10.

400 - 5 - Brenner Gartman, 59.74.

400 (W) - 1 - Vance Ott, 1:18.80

800 - 3 - Hector Colon-Rivera, 2:24.48; 6 - D’Kota Harrison, 2:33.86

1600 - 5 - Hector Colon-Rivera, 5:42.75; 6- D’Kota Harrison, 5:46.59; 9 - Mason Hudgins, 5:56.09.

3200 - 9 - Mason Hudgins, 13.48.71.

4x100 - 5 - Patrick Gutierrez, Colin Daniels, Isaiah Martin, Josh Ruiz, 48.71.

4x200 - 5 - Colin Daniels, Isaiah Martin, Hector Colon-Rivera; Josh Ruiz, 1:42.74.

4x400 - 4 - Juan Garibay, Tony Hagins, Brenner Gartman, Isaiah Martin, 3:57.17.

High Jump - 3 - Isaiah Martin, 5-02.00.

Long Jump - 6 - Isaiah Martin, 17-02.00; 13 - Juan Gariby, 15-02.25.

Shot Put - 3 - Dylan Woods, 34-09.00; 8 -  Alejandro Gonzales, 31-08.50; 16 - Vance Ott, 13-00.00.

Discus - 5 - Patrick Gutierrez, 87-06.

 

Colorado City Wolf Relays, Colorado City - March 28, 2019

 

Varsity Boys

Discus - 6 - Keegan Dobbs, 99-11

Shot Put - 5 - Zack Schneider, 43-11.75

Triple Jump - 2 - Joe Manning, 40-11.5; 3 - Gage Clark-Burdell, 40-2.75; 4 - Sean Striegler, 40-1.

Long Jump - 1 - Sean Striegler, 19-8.75; 6 - Braxton Chandler,18-1.50.

3200 - 6 - Biddison, 56.33.

300 Hurdles - 2 - Joe Manning, 42.59.

4x400 - Coahoma, 3:40.83.

4x100 - 6 - Coahoma, 45.81

800 - 4 - Ethan Biddison, 2.18.33; Nicholas Biddison, 2.24.24

100 Hurdles - 4 - Joe Manning, 17.27

4x200 - 5 - Coahoma, 1.36.84

 

Varsity Girls

Shot Put - 4 - Kirah Kimball, 29-8.50

Triple Jump - 6 - Kathryn Manning, 30-7.50.

4x100 - 4 - Coahoma, 54.77

800 - 6 - Kailey Kaczyk, 2.46.75

100 - 5 - Madison Rodgers, 13.4

4x200 - 3 - Coahoma, 1.58.04

1600 - 6 - Jaeli Hernandez, 6.55.57

4x400 Relay - 5 - 4.45.66

 

JV Boys

Long Jump - 4 - Isaiah Martin, 17-10.25.

Discus - 5 - Patrick Gutierrez, 89-3.50.

3200 - 3 - Mason Hudgens, 14.02.38

Triple Jump - 5 - Kolt Redden, 35-8.50.

4x100 - 4 - Coahoma, 47.84

800 - 4 - Hector Colon-Rivera, 2.26.14; 5 - D’Kota Harrison, 2.29.23

4 x 200 - 4 - Coahoma - 1.42.60

400 - 3 - Brenner Gartman, 58.28

1600 - 1 - Hector Colon-Rivera, 5.48.52; 4 - D’Kota Harrison, 6.05.53; 5 - Mason Hudgins, 6.09.59.

4x400 - 5 - Coahoma, 3.56.83

 

Buffalo Relays, Stanton High School - March 22, 2019

 

Girls Varsity

100 - 7 - Maddisyn Olivas, 14.91; 8 - Madison Rodgers, 15.14.

200 - 3 - Kathryn Manning, 30.68; Julia Mashburn, 31.63; 7 - Maddisyn Olivas, 31.69.

400 - 1 - Veda Cortez, 1:07.91; 6 - Julia Mashburn, 1:16.19.

800 - 4 - Kailey Kacyzk, 2:48.18; 6 - Jaeli Hernandez, 2:59.75.

1600 - 3 - Jaeli Hernandez, 7:02.27; 4 - Austyn Montgomery, 7:14.46.

100 Hurdles - 2 - Kathryn Manning, 3 - 20.50; Sophia Salinas, 20.80.

300 Hurdles - 4 - Julia Canales, 59.12; 5 - Sophia Salinas, 1:02.18

4x400 - 3 - Veda Cortez, Madison Rodgers, Alexandra Montelongo, Caitlyn Corley, 54.65.

4x200 - 2 - Kailey Kacyzk, Madison Rodgers, Alexandra Montelongo, Caitlyn Corley, 1:57.43.

4x400 - 3 - Veda Cortez, Alexandra Montelongo, Kailey Kacyzk, Caitlyn Corley, 4:44.20.

Long Jump - 3 - Madison Rodgers, 14-10.50.

Triple Jump - 1 - Kathryn Manning, 31-00.00; 2 - Julia Mashburn, 29-00.50

Shot Put - 1 - Kirah Kimball, 31-02.00; 4 - Caitlyn Corley, 27-01.50; 6 - Abigail Lopez, 25-06.50.

Discus - 4 - Abigail Lopez, 74-07.

 

Varsity Boys

100 - 3 - Gaige Hill, 12.08; 9 - Bryson Kerby, 12.65; 10 - Brant Gartman, 12.74.

200 - 4 - Zack Schneider, 24.68; 6 - Brant Gartman, 24.76; 7 - Gaige Hill, 25.05.

400 - 3 - Brice Martin, 55.44; 6 - Nicolas Biddison, 59.91.

800 - 4 - Christian Klug, 2:23.46; 5 - Ethan Biddison, 2:24.96; 7 - Nicholas Biddison, 2:32.64.

1600 - 5 - Christian Klug, 5:43.72; Christopher King, 8:20.32.

110 Hurdles - 3 - Joe Manning, 17.95; 4 - Braxton Chandler, 18.99.

300 Hurdles - 1 - Joe Manning, 42.24; 5 - Braxton Chandler, 46.18.

4x100 -  2 - Zack Schneider, Brice Martin, Logan Saverance, Sean Striegler, 45.68.

4x200 - 1 - Logan Saverance, Braxton Chandler, Kerby Brysen, Sean Striegler, 1:36.34.

4x400 - 1 - Ethan Biddison, Brice Martin, Sean Striegler, Joe Manning, 3:43.

Long Jump - 1 - Sean Striegler, 19-03.00; Brice Martin, 18-06.50; 6 - Braxton Chandler, 17-04.00.

Triple Jump - 2 - Sean Striegler, 40-01.00; 4 - Gage Clark-Burdell, 38-11.00; 5 - Joe Manning, 38-06.00.

Shot Put - 4 - Zack Schneider, 40-01.00; 5 - Keegan Dobbs, 37-09.00; 9 - Cutter Atkins, 32-05.50.

Discuss - 6 - Gage Clark-Burdell, 95-02; 9 - Keegan Dobbs, 86-10; 11 - Cutter Atkins, 78-07.

 

JV Girls

100 - 4 - Providence Dickson, 14.87; 10 - Peyton Woods, 16.34; 11 - Chasity Burgans, 16.52.

200 - 7 - Providence Dickson, 31.93; 9 - Jade Samaniego, 33.31; 12 - Victoria Harrison, 35.28.

400 - 2 - Hailey Grant, 1:16.88; 3 - Victoria Harrison, 1:18.84.

4x100 - 3 - Genesis Olivas, Layla Salinas, Katelyn Johnson, Dusy Lynn Wyatt, 56.90.

4x200 - 1 - Genesis Olivas, Layla Salinas, Katelyn Johnson, Dusy Lynn Wyatt, 2:00.87.

Long Jump - 4 - Dusy Lynn Wyatt, 13-05.50.

Shot Put - 7 - Cailey Glover, 18-10.00.

 

JV Boys

100 - 7 - Patrick Gutierrez, 12.84; 8 - Corbin Blair, 12.90; 10 - Ky Kemper, 13.02; 13 - Vance Ott, 13.37.

200 - 8 - Kaden Molina, 26.92; 14 - Juan Samaniego, 28.87.

400 - 3 - Brenner Gartman, 59.96; 4 - Juan Garibay, 1:00.12; 6 - Tony Hagins, 1:00.65; 17 - Vance Ott, 1:13.00.

800 - 5 - Hector Colon-Rivera, 2:29.08; 6 - D’Kota Harrison, 2:29.08.

1600 - 7 - Mason Hudgins, 5:56.18; 9 - D’Kota Harrison, 7:07.75; 9 - Hector Colon-Rivera, 7:07.75.

3200 - 7 - Mason Hudgins, 15.07.27.

4x100 - 3 - Patrick Gutierrez, Isaiah Martin, Ky Kemper, Josh Ruiz, 47.27.

4x200 - 2 - Colin Daniels, Isaiah Martin, Hector Colon-Rivera, Josh Ruiz, 1:42.52.

4x400 - 4 - Juan Garibay, Brenner Gartman, Tony Hagins, Isaiah Martin, 4:01.22.

Long Jump - 3 - Isaiah Martin, 17-05.00; 9 - Juan Garibay, 13-09.50.

Triple Jump - 2 - Kolt Redden - 37-03.50.

Shot Put - 4 - Alejandro Gonzales, 31-09.00

Discus - 1 - Kolt Redden, 102-09; 5 - Patrick Gutierrez, 91-07.50.

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Corley's 3RBI home run snags win for Bulldogettes, 04/05/19


TUSCOLA — Caitlyn Corley hammered a three RBI home run in the top of the seventh inning to help the Coahoma Bulldogettes earn a come-from-behind, district win Friday night, 04/05/19.

 

The Bulldogettes led early in the game starting in the second inning when Kaylor Green earned an RBI after belting a single off of a 3-2 pitch. From then on, Coahoma’s big bats continued to pick up steam scoring three more runs in the third and fourth innings with runs in from Cassie Grant, Macee Grant, and Kenzi Canales.

 

During the bottom of the fourth inning, the momentum shifted toward Jim Ned and the Lady Indians scored five runs to take over the lead. Neither team could get much going offensively for the next two innings.

 

The Bulldogettes faced their last chance to save the game at the top of the seventh. WIth two runners on base and one out, Corley stepped up to the plate and hammered the homer on the first pitch to left field. MaKynlee Overton and the Bulldogette defense were quick to shut down the Lady Indians with three quick outs to end the match.

 

Overall, Corley went 2-for-4 at bat with one run, and three RBIs. C. Grant was 2-for-4 with one run and Jaydan Mann was 2-for-3. Lexi Montelongo and Green earned an RBI each.

Overton gets credit for the win. She went seven innings on the mound and gave up four hits and five runs. She struck out seven.

 

Next: Coahoma (11-5, 5-3) hosts Stanton at 5 p.m., Tuesday for a district game.

 

COAHOMA 7, JIM NED 5

 

Coahoma 012 100 3 -- 7 11 4

Jim Ned: 000 500 0 -- 5 4 2

 

W — MaKynlee Overton. L — J. Moore. 2B: Coahoma — Macee Grant; Jim Ned — B. McConnell. HR: Coahoma — Caitlyn Corley. SB: Coahoma — Jaydan Mann 2, Macee Grant 2, Lexi Montelongo, Cassie Grant. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Overton 105-73; Jim Ned — J. Moore 119-81. Batters Faced: Coahoma — Overton 31; Jim Ned — J. Moore 36

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Bulldogs fall to Jim Ned, 3-1, 04-05-19


TUSCOLA — Batters for both the Coahoma Bulldogs and Jim Ned Indians faced an uphill battle to eke out hits against two very stingy pitchers Friday night. Although Coahoma out hit Jim Ned , the Indians brought in more runs to win 4-1.

 

The game remained scoreless through the first two innings of play. Zack Schneider secured Coahoma’s only run for the night in the top of the third inning when he singled on a line drive to center field. The Indians responded at their next at-bat to take over the lead by scoring three runs.

 

After the third inning, batters went through a drought at the plate. Jim Ned picked up one more run in the bottom of the sixth.

 

Ky Kemper was on the mound for the Bulldogs. He went five innings, suffered two hits and four runs and struck out five. Chris Castillo came in as relief. He went one inning and had no hits or runs while striking out one.

 

Taylor Barnes, Seth Brooks and Tony Hagins all contributed hits for Bulldogs

Next: Coahoma (8-8-1, 2-6) faces Stanton at home. Game time is 7 p.m. Tuesday.  

 

COAHOMA 1, JIM NED 4

 

Coahoma: 001 000 0 -- 1 4 3

Jim Ned: 003 001 -- 4 2 2

 

W — Yardley, L — Ky Kemper. 2B: Jim Ned — Tant. SB: Coahoma — Tony Hagins, Avry Burgans; Jim Ned — Martin 2, Bryant, Tant. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Kemper 99-49, Castillo 7-7; Jim Ned — Yardley 101-65.  Batters Faced: Coahoma — Kemper 25, Castillo 3; Jim Ned — Yardley, 29.

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2019 NCAA Championship News, 04/08/19


Over the weekend, the Baylor Lady Bears defeated Notre Dame, 82-81, to become this year’s NCAA Women’s Champions!!!

 

Also, on Saturday Texas Tech Raiders won their game over the Michigan State with a final score of 61-51. They’ll move on tonight to play against the Virginia Cavaliers. Both teams will be competing for their first NCAA Championship. You can catch that game on CBS beginning at 8:20 PM.

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Big Spring Steers and Lady Steers earn 5-4A District Champion Titles!


Last week, both the Lady Steers and Steers Track and Field Teams are the District 5-4A District Champions! Overall Big Spring High School claimed 10 1st place titles in 10 individual events, and 3 relays.

 

Varsity Results are as follows:

 

**Lady Steers - Varsity Results**
Alyssa Pullins – 1st in Pole Vault

Keila Yanez – 1st in Discus

Jha’Niah Johnson – 3rd in Discus

Kailey Mathews – 1st in Long Jump, 1st in 100m Dash

Kayleigh Penny – 5th in Long Jump

Chloe Bustamante – 6th in 3200m Run, 5th in 1600m Run

4x100 – 1st Place (Alex Enriquez, Amozoneaq Green, Jada Vanderbilt, Kailey Mathews)

Elisabeth Jones – 1st in 800m Run, 1st in 400m Dash

Falicity Calderon – 2nd in 800m Run

Olivia Bancroft – 6th in 800m Run

Amozoneaq Green – 2nd in 100m Hurdles

Kayleigh Muniz – 6th in 100m Hurdles

Alex Enriquez – 6th in 100m Dash

4x200m Relay – 1st Place (Logan Terrazas, Amozoneaq Green, Alex Enriquez, Kyla Mathews)

Makenzie Rodriques – 3rd in 400m Dash

Kyleigh Mathews – 6th in 400m Dash

Cylei Burton – 4th in 300m Hurdles

Kyla Mathews – 1st in 200m Dash

Logan Terrazas – 5th in 200m Dash, 3rd in High Jump

4x400m Relay – 2nd Place (Kyla Mathews, Elisabeth Jones, Falicity Calderon, Makenzie Rodriques)

Jacqueline Belew – 4th in High Jump

Trinity Galloway – 6th in High Jump

Aissa Cervantes – 2nd in Shot Put

Keila Yanez – 4th in Shot Put

Luxie Evans – 5th in Triple Jump

 

** Steers Varsity Boys Results ** 
Justin Blackwell – 6th Shot Put 39’02.50”

Dusty Chavez – 3rd 800m 2:06.72

Jeremiah Cooley – 2nd High Jump 6’02”, 2nd Long Jump 21’05.50”, 2nd 110HH 16.14

Damian Franco – 5th 400m

AJ Gonzales – 1st Discus ?123’05” – 2nd Shot Put 45’05”

DeQourian Gordon – 2nd Triple Jump 41’09.50”

Quemarian Lewis – 4th Triple Jump 39’ 07”, 5th Long Jump 19’05”, 5th 200m

Cooper Miller – 2nd 1600m 4:38.31, 3rd 3200m 10:54.21

Roman Perez – 1st 800m 2:04.58, 3rd 1600m 4:49.27, 2nd 3200m 10:19.46

Rodriguez, Gene – 2nd 400m

Saldana, Eugene – 4th 800m 2:07.47

Kyler Seymore – 1st High Jump

Zachory Shook – 4th 100m 11.37, 6th 200m

4X100m Relay 2nd 43.65 – Shook, Rodriguez, Alec Espinosa, CJ Harris

4X200m Relay 3rd 1:32.30 – Cooley, Lewis, Franco, Harris

4X400m Relay 1st 3:27.86 – Rodriguez, Franco, Chavez, Harris

Team Total – 1st 177pts.

 

**JV Lady Steers Results**

Abewi Delgado – 4th in Discus

Savanna Zarraga – 4th in Long Jump, 3rd in 200m Dash

Brianna Lopez – 4th in 3200m Run

Bella Marquez – 5th in 3200m Run, 5th in 1600m Run

Piper Pekrul – 3rd in 800m Run, 5th in 400m Dash

Mya Blanco – 4th in 800m Run, 4th in 1600m Run

Maryjane Herrera – 5th in 800m Run, 6th in 1600m Run

Zoey Castillo – 3rd in 100m Hurdles, 3rd in 300m Hurdles

Xilanae Walker – 5th in 100m Hurdles

Sherlyn Ortega – 2nd in 100m Dash, 2nd in High Jump

Shawntreonia Washington – 4th in 100m Dash

4x200m Relay – 3rd Place (Janae Caldwell, Savanna Zarraga, Heather Salgado, Makenna Valle)

Heather Salgado – 6th in 400m Dash

Makenna Valle – 1st in 200m Dash

Janae Caldwell – 2nd in 200m Dash

4x400m Relay – 2nd Place (Piper Pekrul, Heather Salgado, Ryen Terrazas, Makenna Valle)

Ryen Terrazas – 1st in High Jump

Madison Kuykendall – 6th in Shot Put

 

**JV Steers Results**
Aaron Carson – 2nd 400m 57.32, 2nd 800m 2:14.86
Augustine DeLaSantos – 3rd 1600m 5:13.54, 4th 3200m 11:52.53
Sa’Quan Fizer – 2nd High Jump 5’04”, 3rd Long Jump 18’05.50, 4th 100m 11.81
Isaiah Johnson 3rd 100m 11.77
Jabez, Jones – 1st 400m 53.38, 1st 800m 2:14.31
X’Zavier Knox – 5th 200m 25.60
Isaiah Martinez – 2nd 1600m 5:12.49, 3rd 3200m 11:45.15
Marco Rios – 3rd Discus 101’08”
Isaiah Rodriguez 2nd Shot Put 36’09.50”
Kaegen Mitchell – 2nd 300m IH 44.36
Ortiz, Vincent – 2nd 200m 24.25
Kenny Richardson 4th 200m 25.15,
Othon Villaloboes – 1st 1600m 5:05.14, 1st 3200m 11:32.92
Brandon Zarraga – 2nd 100m 11.69
4X200m Relay 1st 1:36.54 – Ortiz, Zarraga, Ethan Cortez, Richardson
4X400m Relay 2nd 3:40.85 – Cortez, Jones, Richardson, Carson
Team Total – 1st 188pts.

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CHS golfers start off district competition strong, 04/03/18


BIG SPRING — Julia Cox and Ky Kemper started off strong in the District 5-3A golf competition held on Wednesday, 04/03/19, at Comanche Trail Park.

 

After the first round, Cox and Kemper shot 94 and 93 respectively for the day. That performance left Cox at fourth in the girls individual standings and Kemper at 14th in the boys individual competition.

 

In the girls competition, Providence Dickson had a solid outing on the course for Coahoma. She carded a round of 109 and is now eighth in the girls individual standings after the first round. Hartlie Smithie and Brianna Coskey finished strong with a round of 122 and 136 respectively.

 

For the Coahoma boys team, Alex Gonzales ended the day at 101. He is currently at 18th in the individual boys standings. Rounding out the team, AJ Gutierrez ended at 113, Aaron Turnbough was close behind shooting 114, and Cutter Atkins shot 118.

 

For the boys’ medalist standings, Coahoma’s Grayson Glidewell and Keegan Dobbs finished 119 and 135 respectively.

 

Round two of District 5-3A competition will be held on Monday in Baird, Texas.

 

Results (Coahoma only)

 

Boys

Ky Kemper, 93 - 14th individual boys standings

Alex Gonzales, 101 - 18th individual boys standings

A.J. Gutierrez, 113

Aaron Turnbough, 114

Cutter Atkins, 118  

 

Medalists

Grayson Glidewell, 119

Keegan Dobbs, 135

 

Girls

Julia Cox, 96 - 4th individual girls standings

Providence Dickson, 109 - 8th individual girls standings

Hartlie Smithie, 122

Brianna Coskey, 136

 

Team Standings

Girls

1 - Clyde - 389

2 - Anson - 462

3 - Coahoma - 463

4 - Merkel - 472

 

Boys

1- Clyde team 1 - 336

2 - Jim Ned team 1 - 358

3 - Colorado City -  379

4 - Clyde team 2 - 400

5 - Merkel - 411

6 - Coahoma - 421

7 - Stanton - 426

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Coahoma Softball and Baseball teams fall to Clyde, 03/29/19


BULLDOGETTE SOFTBALL

 

COAHOMA — 2018 5-3A district co-champions Coahoma and Clyde met for the second time this season on Friday, and it was the No. 11 Lady Bulldogs who came up on top 3-0 over the Bulldogettes in a hard-fought game of softball.

 

The game came down to a pitcher’s duel between Coahoma’s MaKynlee Overton and Clyde’s Kaitlyn Turner as well as great defensive fielding by the two cohesive softball teams. For the first two and half innings, Overton and Turner quickly got outs and kept the bases empty.  In fact, Overton got the first hit of the game with a grounder to left field.

 

However, it was Coahoma’s only recorded hit for the game. Clyde got eight hits off of Overton but only capitalized with three runs and that came in the top of the fourth when Peyton Lee walloped a three RBI homer over the left field fence.

 

Overton went seven innings in the circle and struck out seven batters. She threw 110 pitches and got 61 strikes.

 

With the loss, the Bulldogettes fall 4-3 for district play and 10-5 in the overall season. Clyde continues to have a perfect 7-0 district season and is 18-5 overall.

 

Next: Coahoma at Jim Ned, 5 p.m. Friday.

 

CLYDE 3, COAHOMA 0

 

Clyde: 000 300 0 -- 3 8 0

Coahoma: 000 000 0 -- 0 1 4

 

W — Kaitlyn Turner, L — MaKynlee Overton. 2B: Clyde — Sydnee Leverich, Peyton Lee. HR: Clyde — Kaelyn Miller, SB: Clyde — Londen Brashear. Pitches-Strikes: Clyde — Turner 79-57;  Coahoma — Overton 110-66; Batters Faced: Clyde — Turner 22; Coahoma — Overton 31

 

 

BULLDOGS BASEBALL  

COAHOMA — The Coahoma Bulldogs fell to the Clyde Bulldogs 11-1 on Friday night in a 5-3A district baseball match.

 

Clyde was effective in keeping Coahoma off the bases. Coahoma only had two hits for the game with both coming in the first inning. Gaige Hill doubled on a fly ball to right field and Avry Burgans earned a RBI for the Bulldogs with a double on a hard ground ball to right field.

Clyde had a slight 3-1 lead after four innings but had a big eight-run fifth inning to end the game early by rule run.

 

Next: Coahoma at Jim Ned. Game time is 7 p.m. on Friday, April 5.

 

CLYDE 11, COAHOMA 1

 

Clyde: 102 08 -- 11 13 1

Coahoma 100 00 -- 1 2 4

 

W — Riley Rice, L — Taylor Barnes. 2B: Clyde — Ethan Hawk, Hunter Lopez; Coahoma — Gaige Hill, Avry Burgans . HR: Clyde — Kendal Morgan. SB: Clyde — Evan Laughlin 2, Christian Deal, Hawk; Coahoma — Burgans. Pitches-Strikes: Clyde — Riley Rice 73-48; Coahoma — Taylor Barnes 76-51, Burgans 47-28. Batters faced: Clyde — 19; Coahoma — Barnes 24, Burgans 10.

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