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Young Marines Drug Demand Reduction Dash 5k


The Young Marines will host their Drug Demand Reduction 5k Dash on Saturday, October 26th. The race will begin at 10 AM and will start at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Big Spring, located near the corner of 8th St. and Ave. D. Cost is $15 for Young Marines and $25 for other participants.

 

To register online, you can find the link on our KBest Media Facebook page.

http://www.raceentry.com/races/young-marines-5k/2019/register

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Big Spring Cross Country teams take 2nd and 3rd at District Meet for Region 1, District 5, 10/16/19


Big Spring Men's Cross Country Team takes 2nd at District Meet in Snyder, 10/16/19

 

Big Spring Cross Country teams competed in the District Meet for Region 1, District 5 that was held on Oct. 16, 2019 in Snyder at Western Texas College.

 

Varsity girls, junior varsity girls, junior high girls and junior high boys competed in the 2-mile. Varsity boys and junior varsity boys ran a 5k.

 

The teams placed as follows for the Varsity/JV Men's 5k:

 

Place  Team Name  Score

1st     Snyder            33

2nd    Big Spring       38

3rd     Lake View       71

4th     Sweetwater     94

 

 

Men's 5k

Place - Bib # - Name - Team - Time - Team Score

 

1  230 Cristian Escobedo - Snyder 17:44 1

2  284 Roman Perez - Big Spring 18:15 2

3  231 Corey Landin - Snyder 18:41 3

4  201 Eric Martinez - Sweetwater 18:47 4

5  232 Michael Jaramillo - Snyder 19:30 5

6  288 Isaac Gonzales - Big Spring 19:47 6

7  236 Jeremiah Rodriguez - Snyder 19:52 7

8  260 Alexis Ledesma - Lake View 19:53 8

9  286 Adrian Solis - Big Spring 19:54 9

10  283 Othon Villalobos - Big Spring 20:05 10

11  287 Isaiah Martinez - Big Spring 20:09 11

12  285 Dusty Chavez - Big Spring 20:13 12

13  261 Jon Gloria - Lake View 20:26 13

14  282 Augustin De Los Santos - Big Spring 20:27 14

15  262 Justin Vazquez - Lake View 20:36:00 15

16  264 Aiden Ayer - Lake View 20:44:00 16

17  234 Kevin Miranda - Snyder 20:49:00 17

18  233 Antonio Martinez - Snyder 20:56:00 18

19  263 Antonio Cabrera - Lake View 21:28:00 19

20  202 Jon Gallegos - Sweetwater 21:30:00 20

21  277 Agustin Panalez - Greenwood 21:32:00 -

22  204 Victor Rios - Sweetwater 21:34:00 21

23  203 Thomas Hernandez - Sweetwater 21:37:00 22

24  266 Roy Bohannon - Lake View 22:03:00 23

25  205 Ector Martinez - Sweetwater 22:10:00 24

26  265 Caleb Calcote - Lake View 22:35:00 25

27  275 Jakob Hickman - Greenwood 22:38:00 -

28  276 Rocky Ortega - Greenwood 22:46:00 -

29  206 Max Alvarado - Sweetwater 23:02:00 26

 

The teams placed as follows for the Varsity/JV Girls 2 mile:

 

Place    Team Name    Score
1    Snyder    34
2    Greenwood    47
3    Big Spring    80
4    Lakeview    87
5    Sweetwater    116

 

Girl's 2 mile

Place    Bib #    Name              Team    Time    Team Score
1    291    Elisabeth Jones    Big Spring    14:01    1
2    223    Kimberly Cortes    Snyder    14:20    2
3    225    Mary Kerr    Snyder    14:27    3
4    268    Leeanna Crudgington    Greenwood    14:31    4
5    270    Jaedyn Kuhlmann    Greenwood    14:32    5
6    227    Taryn Nobles    Snyder    14:37    6
7    209    Nevaeh Sarabia    Sweetwater    14:41    7
8    272    Jaclynn Ramirez    Greenwood    14:54    8
9    289    Falicity Calderon    Big Spring    14:57    9
10    255    Katherine Pippin    Lake View    14:59    10
11    226    Zairah Cabrera    Snyder    15:00    11
12    224    Kinsey Kelly    Snyder    15:02    12
13    229    Madison Yescas    Snyder    15:04    13
14    269    Kylie Knapp    Greenwood    15:18    14
15    253    Jada Parker    Lake View    15:26    15
16    274    Vage Savage    Greenwood    15:30    16
17    295    Felicity Yanez    Big Spring    15:40    17
18    254    Faith Miller    Lake View    15:41    18
19    228    Adrienne Salinas    Snyder    15:46    19
20    273    Karlie Savage    Greenwood    15:58    20
21    256    Amerie Orosco    Lake View    16:04:00    21
22    210    Victoria Gutierrez    Sweetwater    16:17:00    22
23    258    Daisy Herr    Lake View    16:21:00    23
24    212    Kyla Daniel    Sweetwater    16:23:00    24
25    293    Skylyn Rivera    Big Spring    16:26:00    25
26    257    Alexis Wade    Lake View    16:31:00    26
27    259    Juliana Mascorro    Lake View    16:43:00    27
28    292    Kayleigh Muniz    Big Spring    17:01:00    28
29    294    Heather Salgado    Big Spring    17:02:00    29
30    290    Esperanza De Los Santos    Big Spring    17:20:00    30
31    211    Morgan Strebeck    Sweetwater    17:46:00    31
32    213    Kate Hall    Sweetwater    17:49:00    32
33    271    Ruby Morales    Greenwood    17:54:00    33

 

(Photo by Amanda Goode.)
                    

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The Big Spring Ford Friday Night Scoreboard, 10/11/19


Big Spring Steers 0, Dumas Demons 46

  • Offensive Sonic Player of the Game: Gabriel Baeza
  • Defensive Sonic Player of the Game: Brandon Zarraga
  • Big Spring Ford Big Hit of the Game: Abel Clark

 

Coahoma Bulldogs 29, Idalou Wildcats 21

  • Offensive Sonic Player of the Game: Zack Schneider
  • Defensive Sonic Player of the Game: Patrick Gutierrez
  • Big Spring Ford Big Hit of the Game: Patrick Gutierrez

 

Stanton Buffalos 0, Abernathy Antelopes 63 

  • Offensive Sonic Player of the Game: Adrian De La O
  • Defensive Sonic Player of the Game: Cody Hensley
  • White Motor Company Big Hit of the Game: Mateo Perez/Langluy


Sweetwater 45 / Lamesa 8
Monahans 42 / Snyder 27
Roosevelt 43 / Colorado City 8
O’Donnell 8 / Borden County 54
Water Valley 8 / Sterling City 56
Frenship 36 / Lee 59
Plainview 0 / Lubbock-Cooper 59
Canyon 22 / Andrew 41
Abilene 13 / Central 35
Winters 14 / Hawley 58
Alpine 52 / Iraan 6
Anson 55 / Merkel 6
Bangs 0 / Ballinger 31
Permian 24 / Odessa 0
Caprock 55 / Lubbock 17
Morton 6 / Ropes 51
Kermit 21 / Reagan County 20
Ira 70 / Rotan 0
Eden 48 / Bronte 0
Gatesville 0 / Brownwood 49
Midland 6 / Tascos 63
Hart 0 / Happy 63
McGregor 28 / West 31
Highland Park 14 / West Texas 54
Throckmorton 26 / Loraine 48
Aspermont 82 / Hermleigh 35
Rider 30 / Wylie 12
New Home / 6 Tahoka 58
Clyde 7 / Wall 35

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Coahoma Bulldogettes (2-2, 10-16) host Clyde Lady Bulldogs


Clyde DEF. Coahoma: 10-25, 12-25, 22-25

 

Kills: Madison Rodgers 1, Julia Cox 5, Kirah Kimball 2, Caitlyn Corley 2, MaKynlee Overton 5.

Blocks: Kirah Kimball 1, Caitlyn Corley 1, MaKynlee Overton 3.

Assists: Zoie Joslin 12, Caitlyn Corley 1. 

Digs: Julia Cox 4, Kenzi Canales 1, Kirah Kimball 1, Caitlyn Corley 2, MaKynlee Overton 2. 

 

Next: Coahoma hosts Jim Ned on Tuesday for the second round of district play. Game time is 6:30 p.m. and it’s Senior Night. 


 

Clyde DEF Coahoma JV White (freshman team): 17-5, 25-18, 8-25

Clyde DEF Coahoma JV Red: 15-25, 18-25

 

Next: JV teams host Jim Ned on Tuesday, 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

 

 

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Bulldogettes pick up first district win, 10/05/19


COAHOMA — The Bulldogettes found themselves in an 8-point hole early in the first set against the Lady Wolves on Saturday when Head Coach Jamie Bonner called her team into a huddle.

“I told them we have got to play our game,” she said. “We control the tempo of the game. We are going to control our own offense, and we’re going to make them play defensive. We stepped up, and we finally played our game.

 

Refocused, Caitlyn Corley started off Coahoma’s climb back with a solid kill. Fellow teammate MaKynlee Overton followed with an ace. Both CHS upperclassmen were instrumental in Coahoma’s first district win recording eight kills a piece.

 

After conquering the first set 25-23, Coahoma (1-1, 9-15) stayed ahead winning next two sets 25-13 and 25-13 despite confronting a tough Lady Wolves defense throughout the match.

 

“We knew coming in C-City is never going to give you an easy game, ever,” Bonner noted.

 

“They compete hard at everything. They are going to work hard, they are going to hustle, they are going to get to the ball, and they are going to make plays.

 

“We made some plays on our side that came from all out hustle, and we executed well,” she added. “We finally put the ball away. MaKynlee Overton just came out swinging. That was huge for us, and our teamwork was solid.”

 

Beside her kill count, Overton led the Bulldogettes with three aces and three blocks. Zoie Joslin had 18 assists. Julia Cox and Kirah Kimball had four kills each. Cox also recorded an ace.

 

Overall, Coahoma swept the Lady Wolves on Saturday. The JV Red team won in two sets: 25-20, 25-1

 

Next: The Bulldogettes travel to Coleman on Tuesday for a district match against the Lady BlueKats. The JV games begin at 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. The varsity game gets under way at 6:30 p.m.

Coahoma DEF. Colorado City: 25-23, 25-13, 25-13

Aces: Julia Cox 1, MaKynlee Overton 3.
Kills: Julia Cox 4, Zoie Joslin 1, Kirah Kimball 4, Caitlyn Corley 8, MaKynlee Overton 8.
Blocks: Kirah Kimball 2, Caitlyn Corley 1, MaKynlee Overton 3.
Assists: Zoie Joslin 18, Kenzi Canales 1, MaKynlee Overton 2.
Digs: Kirah Kimball 1, Caitlyn Corley 2, MaKynlee Overton 1.

JV Red DEF. Colorado City: 25-20, 25-14

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