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Friday Night Football Scores for 08/28/2020


The Big Spring Steers and Stanton Buffaloes won their first football game of the season on Friday night!

 

Big Spring Steers won over the Vernon Lions with a final score of Big Spring 36, Vernon 14. The Sonic Offensive Player of the Game was Gabriel Baeza, Sonic Defenisve Player of the Game was Braxton Pearson, and the Big Hit of the Game went to  Javarious Ford.

 

Stanton Buffaloes won over the Grape Creek Eagles with a final score of Stanton 8, Grape Creek 0. The Sonic Offensive Player of the Game was Evan Cox, Sonic Defensive Player of the Game was Eddie Wittenbarger, and the Big Hit of the Game went to Ashton Smith.

 

 

Scores from Friday, August 28, 2020

Big Spring 36 / Vernon 14
Stanton 8 / Grape Creek 0
Roby 46 / Sands Ackerly 45
Highland 54 / Grady 6
Sterling City 74 / Garden City 28
Coahoma 15 / Forsan 13 (Thurs)
Borden County 62 / Calvert 42 (Thurs)
Post 70 / Talar 14
San Saba 56 / Eldorado 14
Lampasas 55 / Brownwood 23
Merkel 46 / Reagan County 14
Coleman 32 / Miles 0
Fredericksburg 55 / Monahans 20
Roosevelt 25 / River Road 2
Brownfield 13 / Friona 26
Colorado City 0 / Albany 47
Estacado 12 / Greenwood 28
Motley County 36 / Westbrook 58
Ira 28 / Jayton School 50
Santa Anna 46 / Trent 0
Bronte 12 / Rotan 60
Farwell 7/ Ralls 0
Lamesa 8 / Lake View 35
Stephenville 58 / Sweetwater 32
Denver City 7 / Idalou 41
Arson 34 / Winter 22
Ballinger 20 / Jim Ned 14
Klondike 52 / McLean 6

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Sign-ups for Youth Flag Football and Boxing Club going on now at Big Spring YMCA


YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL

Sign-ups are going on now through September 1, 2020.

 

This is for ages 3-14, and divisions are split by ages: (3-4), (5-7) (8-10) (11-13)

 

All divisions are Co-ed. Girls and boys are welcome to play. Costs for YMCA members is $63 and non-members is $73.

 

Be advised that there are scholarships available for those who need it. All scholarships must be filled out and turned in at the YMCA before children are registered so the discount can be applied to the registration form.

 

For more information, contact Dathan Jones at (432) 254-9949.

 

 

 

BOXING CLUB

Beginning September 1st, there will be a Boxing Club at the Big Spring YMCA. The instructor will be AJ Cortez (Ph#: 432-213-8140). Be advised that the following equipment will be required: a 180-degree hand wrap, fitted mouthpiece, and gloves.

 

 Monthly prices for members are $60, and $70 for non-members. Private lessons are also available at $70/session for ages 5 and up. Registration for Boxing Club can be completed at the front desk of the Big Spring YMCA, located at 801 Owens St.

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Friday Night Football in Howard County, 08-28-2020


Big Spring Steers and Stanton Buffaloes will host their first home football games of the season tonight. 

 

The Steers Varsity team will take on Vernon at Memorial Stadium in Big Spring. Kickoff for the Steers is at 7 PM and you can listen to that game broadcasted live by the KBest Sports Crew on KBest Country 95.7. 

 

Stanton Buffaloes will host Grape Creek at Buffalo Stadium in Stanton. Kickoff for this game is at 7:30 PM and you can listen to that game broadcasted live by the KBest Sports Crew on 94.3 The Fuse.

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Local High School Football Kicks off with 7th annual Howard County Bowl!


Coahoma and Forsan football teams competed in the Howard County Bowl last night at Memorial Stadium. It was a close game, but Coahoma took the win with a final score of Bulldogs 15, Buffs 13.

 

Players of the Game are as follows:

 

Sonic Offensive Players of the Game 

Coahoma - Sean Striegler

Forsan - Chris Mendez

 

Sonic Defensive Players of the Game 

Coahoma - Brayden Fontana

Forsan - Nathaniel Hernandez

 

Big Hit of the Game - JB Mashburn, Coahoma

 

 

NEXT WEEK

The Bulldogs hit the road and head to Miles to take on the Miles Bulldogs. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM, and you can listen to a live broadcast of that game on The Mighty 1490 AM and The New FM 103.9!

 

Forsan Buffs host their first home game against the Post Antelopes. Kick off for that game is at 7:30 PM. Keep up with that game on our KBest Media Facebook page!

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Tickets on Sale NOW for the 7th annual Howard County Bowl!


The 7th annual Howard County Bowl is scheduled for Thursday, August 27, 2020, at Memorial Stadium in Big Spring. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM. This highly anticipated football game between rivals Coahoma and Forsan raises money to provide scholarships to students who participate in the game, whether it be a football player, trainer, band member, or cheerleader. The money for the scholarships is raised through t-shirts and ticket sales for the game, as well as donations by local businesses and organizations. 

Gates open at 6:30 PM. Band Big Spring will also begin performing at that time. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM, and Mark McKinney will perform at the half-time show.

 

There’s still time to pick up your discounted tickets in advance. Tickets are $6 for adults, $4 for students, or $8 for everyone at the gate. Be advised that face masks are required to enter the stadium, groups are limited to no more than 10 people.

 

Tickets can be purchased at KBest Media, Back in Motion, and Bulldog Laundry. For more information, visit our KBest Media Facebook page, or the Facebook page for Howard County Bowl.

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Coahoma Varsity Volleyball team takes win over Lubbock Estacado, 08/18/2020


Coahoma DEF. 4A Lubbock Estacado: 25-13, 12-25, 25-14, 25-18

 

Aces: Kenzi Canales 1, Zoie Joslin 2, Christian Everett 1

Kills: Kenzi Canales 1, Julia Cox 7, Ashley Romero 7, Christen Everett 6, Isabella Cox 5, Sophie Biddison 2.

Blocks: Sophie Biddison 1.

Assists:  Zoie Joslin 23, Christian Everett 1.

Digs: Kenzi Canales 4, Julia Cox 4, Zoie Joslin 1, Christian Everett 4, Isabella Cox 4, Shae Lang 1. 

 

Next: Coahoma at Colorado City, 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 25.

 

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Results: Lady Steers Volleyball v. SATLCA, 08/15/2020


Big Spring Lady Steers hosted a home match against San Angelo Texas Leadership Charter Academy on Saturday, August 15, 2020. After 5 sets, the Lady Steers lost 2-3.

 

The set scores for the Varsity team are as follow:

 

08/15/2020 @ Big Spring S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 Wins
Big Spring Lady Steers 25 19 22 25 7 2
SATLCA 21 25 25 17 15 3

 

Next match: Lady Steers v. Seminole/Wink @ Wink, on Tuesday, 08/18/2020, at 4 PM.

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Bulldogettes split Sweetwater Dual, 08-15-2020


SWEETWATER —Bulldogettes will be focusing on defensive basics when they return to practice this week after their latest match, but head coach Jamie Bonner is pleased with how her volleyball team is shaping up this season.

 

The Coahoma team earned its first loss of the preseason to Grape Creek — 21-25, 25-18, 11-15 — and won against 4A Sweetwater — 26-24, 21-25, 15-13 — in a dual match hosted by the Lady Mustangs on Saturday.

 

The Bulldogettes made some costly defensive errors during their first set against the Lady Eagles, but were able to recover to win the second set. In the last set, the Bulldogettes made a late-in-the-game rally to pull within three points before Grape Creek ended the match with a kill. 

 

“One big thing they did to us is that they tipped the ball a lot, and we were standing back ready for a hit. We couldn’t adjust and move our feet in time,” Bonner said. “Another issue for us was being in the correct defensive position quick enough. We are definitely going to go back and work on those fundamentals.”

 

Kenzi Canales led Coahoma in the final push of the Grape Creek game sending over some powerful serves to Lady Eagles side for the last three Bulldogette points. Stepping into the team’s Libero position, the Coahoma High School senior has added an additional level of depth to the Bulldogettes’ defensive arsenal. 

 

“She worked so hard in the summer,” Bonner said. “Summer workouts were off and on, but she was there every day and continued to work, and she has stepped up her leadership skills this year. Also, I think that just translates to our physical play on the court.”

 

Quickly shaking off the loss, the girls turned around to face a tough second match against the Sweetwater Lady Mustangs. With the powerful arms of seniors Julia Cox, Ashley Romero, and MaKynlee Overton, Coahoma left the floor with a two-set to one victory. 

 

Combined stats for the two games show Cox led the Bulldogettes with 10 kills followed by Romero with nine and Overton had eight. 

 

Led by four senior starters, the Coahoma team still has plenty of talent from its younger players to draw from. Sophomore Zoie Joslin, who returned as the team’s go-to setter, had 16 assists for the match. Freshman Isabella Cox had five kills and an ace and her classmate Sophie Biddison got two kills and two aces. 

 

“It feels really good, and it feels good to the girls, to know that we have nine players who can all step up at any time and play any position because of their overall athleticism,” Bonner said. “That’s huge for us to have people who can step in no matter what the situation is, and I have faith they can get it done.”

 

After more than five months and an interrupted summer workout program caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the return to competition has been welcomed by both Coahoma athletes and their coaches. 

 

It also means getting used to following new UIL Covid-19 guidelines. 

 

“It’s been weird getting used to the mask, but they have adjusted well,” Bonner said. “I thought not being able to switch sides might have affected us. It’s all mental as far as what side you are on anyway, but so far, I don’t think that has affected us in any way. We are just excited that we get to play. Every day that we get to play, I tell them we are just going to work hard and have fun. You never know how long it will last.”

 

JV Bulldogettes volleyball action: JV White fell in both games at the Sweetwater dual. JV Red went 2-0.

 

Next: The Coahoma varsity Bulldogettes (3-1) hosts Lubbock Estacado for their home opener at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday. JV White plays at 4:30 p.m., JV Red’s game starts at 5:30 p.m. All games are held at the Coahoma Elementary School competition gym on the Kim Nichols gym floor. 

 

 

Coahoma varsity Bulldogettes at Sweetwater Dual

 

Game 1 

Grape Creek DEF. Coahoma: 21-25, 25-18, 11-15 

 

Kills: Julia Cox 3, Ashley Romero 4, Isabella Cox 3, Sophie Biddison 1, MayKynlee Overton 4.

Blocks: Julia Cox 1, MaKynlee Overton 2. 

Assists: Julia Cox 1, Zoie Joslin 7, Isabella Cox 1, Christen Everett 1, MaKynlee Overton 1

Digs: Kenzi Canales 2, Julia Cox 1, MaKynlee Overton 2.

 

Game 2

Coahoma DEF Sweetwater: 26-24, 21-25, 15-13

 

Aces: Ashley Romero 1, Christian Everett, 1, Isabella Cox 1, Sophie Biddison 2.

Kills: Kenzi Canales 1, Julia Cox 7, Ashley Romero 5, Isabella Cox 2, Sophie Biddison 1, MaKynlee Overton 4.

Blocks: MaKynlee Overton 2. 

Assists: Zoie Joslin 9, MaKynlee Overton 1

Digs: Zoie Joslin 1, Isabella Cox 1, MaKynlee Overton 1.

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Local Sisters Step Up to Spread the Joy of Softball by Volunteering with BSGSA


This year’s COVID-19 pandemic impacted every aspect of life from businesses to recreational activities. 

 

Johnny DeLeon, President of the Big Spring Girls Softball Association, told KBest News that due to COVID-19, BSGSA had lost both sets of 6 & Under coaches that serve ages 4-6 just a week before this year’s delayed season began. After asking all parents of the players involved if anyone would volunteer to coach, DeLeon said that it appeared no one was going to step up to fill the positions, but then two step-sisters, 19-year-old Gabriella Medina and 14-year-old Lexus Lozano reached out to them and volunteered to take the teams. Both girls have played multiple years with BSGSA, but currently have no ties to any of the existing players, merely the love of the game. 

 

Medina told KBest News that they had both helped their dad coach soccer when their schedules allowed for it and were compelled to coach the young group of girls.

 

“We wanted these kids to have a chance to play, just like we did before,” said Medina.

 

Lozano also advised that she had sustained an injury earlier this year that prevented her from playing this year, but loves softball so much that she still wanted to put her heart on the field with the kids. 

 

With the small group of kids, these ladies held practices together and played 4-on-4 games. The ladies not only coached, but also recruited assistant coaches, such as Abigail Bose and one of the parents. The coaches experienced struggles throughout the season, but were able to find a support system with the parents and pulled off a great experience for their players.

 

When asked what lessons they took away from the experience, Medina stated that everyone should be grateful for volunteers.

 

“It kinda opened my eyes to see what really went into it, from getting snacks for the kids, to the water, to being there early, which is kinda hard for me,” Medina laughed. “It was just something nice to do.” She also stated that she learned that it takes time and effort to volunteer, but it’s possible to make time for it.

 

“It brought so much joy to my face to see kids experience what I got to experience, and knowing that they couldn’t experience that if we hadn't picked [the teams] up,” added Lozano.

 

Lexus Lozano is a freshman at Coahoma High School. Gabriella Medina is a 2019 graduate of Big Spring High School and will be a sophomore at Texas State University this fall.

 

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Big Spring YMCA Youth Flag Football


Big Spring YMCA Youth Flag Football sign-ups are going on now through September 1, 2020.

 

This is for ages 3-14, and divisions are split by ages: (3-4), (5-7) (8-10) (11-13)

 

All divisions are Co-ed. Girls and boys are welcome to play.

Costs for Ymca members is $63 and non-members is $73.

 

Be advised that there are scholarships available for those who need it. All scholarships must be filled out and turned in at the YMCA before children are registered so the discount can be applied to the registration form.

 

For more information, contact Dathan Jones at (432) 254-9949.

 

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2nd Annual Midnight Madness in Coahoma


 

The Bulldogs kicked off their season late Sunday night / early Monday morning with their second annual Midnight Madness!

 

At precisely 12:01 AM on August 3, 2020, after several intense protocol and safety meetings, the Coahoma Bulldogs took the field for their first organized practice since March.

 

When asked what he was hoping to accomplish through this year's Midnight Madness, Head Football Coach and Athletic Director for Coahoma ISD Chris Joslin told KBest News, "Most of these kids have been here all summer long and the goal tonight is to make sure that the guys are in shape. We got plenty of time between now and [game time]," said Coach Joslin.

 

"We just don’t want to rush into it and [want to] try our best to avoid any foolish injuries,” he continued.

 

Coach Joslin was of course not the only one ready to get the Bulldogs season underway. Senior Defensive End Collin Daniels spoke on behalf of his defense and stated, “We’re just trying to continue to build on what we had last year, and continuing to instill the ideals that the last class of seniors had instilled in us. Like trusting your coaching, and how to play real Coahoma Bulldog Football.”

 

Of course we can’t forget about that Bulldog offense! Senior Wide Receiver Tony Hagens told KBest News, “There’s a bar that was set this last season, and we have to try and break that.” He went on to say, “all we can do is work hard, and try to win football games.” Which, of course, could not have been said any better.

 

Unfortunately, the Bulldogs football practice was cut short due to weather, but not before KBest News was able to get one more question in with Junior running back Bryson Kerby about how he thought that his team's first practice went.

 

Kerby stated, "The guys were excited to be back and you could tell that everyone had that extra pep in their step. The intensity was there, and now it’s just time to capitalize on it.”

 

Dave Cambell has the Bulldogs picked to place third in the district this year and in the words of Senior Linebacker Patrick Gutierez, “It’s not about where your picked in August, but about how you play in September!”

 

 

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