Sports

Wed
13
Dec

Hornets finish fourth at Whitharral Invitational

By DEREKLOPEZ

The Sudan Hornets’ varsity basketball team fell short in their efforts on Saturday finishing fourth overall, after falling to the Whitharral Panthers, 61-36 in the third-place game at the 33rd annual Whitharral Invitational. Chris Albus scored the games first points on a lay-up, but Ruben Rodriguez answered with a lay-up for Sudan, tying the game, 2-2, with just over seven minutes to play in the opening quarter. Albus scored back-to-back layups and then Kody Gonzales drew a block on Rodriguez, earning a trip to the free-throw line. He split the attempts as Sudan took a time out with 5:07 to play in the first quarter, trailing the Panthers, 7-2.

 

Wed
13
Dec

Nettes rally past Lady Panthers, 44-33

By DEREKLOPEZ

The Sudan Nettes’ varsity basketball team was able to hold off the host team, Lady Panthers, 44-33, in the championship game of the 33rd annual Whitharral Invitational on Saturday. Kennedy Wood dropped in a layup off of an inbound pass to get the Lady Panthers on the board and then scored a put-back to extend their lead to, 4-0, with 5:38 to play in the opening quarter.

 

With just over five minutes to play in the first quarter, Delanie Black split a pair of free throws and then knocked down a jumper from the right wing off of the assist from Emma Herrera, cutting the lead to, 4-3, with 3:07 to play in the quarter.

 

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Sat
09
Dec

Wildcats can’t complete comeback against Lamesa

By DEREKLOPEZ

The Littlefield Wildcats couldn’t complete the comeback on Tuesday as they fell at home to the Lamesa Golden Tornadoes, 75-67.

Buddy Williams got things going for Lamesa in the first quarter, scoring a put-back off of the miss by Ryan Aguilar.

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Sat
09
Dec

Mustangs route Ralls, 100-44, at Whitharral Invitational

By DEREKLOPEZ

The Olton Mustangs’ varsity basketball team routed the Ralls Jackrabbits, 100-44, in their opener at the Whitharral Invitational on Thursday.

Nate Zamora opened the contest with a lay-up for Olton as Ralls took a time out with 6:43 to play in the opening quarter.

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Wed
06
Dec

Nettes come up short in Anton Invitational championship

By DEREKLOPEZ

The Sudan Nettes’ varsity basketball team fell short in the championship game of the Anton Invitational on Saturday against Patton Springs, 43-39.

The Nettes finished the tournament 2-1, with wins over Floydada in the first round and Smyer in the second round.

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Wed
06
Dec

Anton holds off Randall JV, 49-42

By DEREKLOPEZ

The Anton Bulldogs’ varsity basketball team was able to hold off Randall JV, 49-42, to take third place at the 55th annual Anton Invitational on Saturday.

Jake Gossett got the game going in the first quarter as he dropped in a baby hook from the right side. Dunavin answered with a lay-up, but the Bulldogs responded as Carlos Rios scored a lay-up off of a steal, drawing an andone foul on Tavian Combs.

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Sat
02
Dec

Lady Dogs drop tournament opener to All Saints, 33-27

By DEREK LOPEZ

The Anton Lady Dogs’ varsity basketball team opened up Anton Tournament play on Thursday morning with a tough loss to the All Saints Lady Patriots, 33-27. Tatum Harper opened the game with a lay-up and after an Anton time out, Harper knocked down a jumper in the lane, giving the Lady Patriots a, 4-0 lead, with 3:47 remaining in the first quarter.

With 2:31 to play in the quarter, Selena Hernandez got the Lady Dogs on the board with a lay-up and on their next possession, Kiarra Green dished a pass to Hernandez for a lay-up, tying the game, 4-4. Lily McKay dropped in a layup, but it was quickly answered with a lay-up by Hernandez, keeping the game tied, 6-6, as All Saints took a time out with 1:05 to play in the first quarter.

 

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Sat
02
Dec

Lady Cats win nail-biter over Post, 38-34

By DEREK LOPEZ

The Littlefield Lady Cats’ varsity basketball team won their first home game of the season over the Post Lady Lopes, 38-34. In the first quarter, Nautica Espinoza drew a shooting foul on Miranda Perez; she made both free throws, giving the Lady Cats an early, 2-0 lead.

Addison Jenkins tied the game with a lay-up, but Espinoza scored a putback off of her own miss, making the score, 4-2, with 6:11 to play in the first quarter. Alijah Jouett knocked down a jumper from the right wing off of the assist from Trinity Ayala and Courtney Reed drew a shooting foul on Perez with 3:14 to play in the quarter.

 

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Wed
29
Nov

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

J'SHUN  DAVIS LITTLEFIELD  BASKETBALL

JAYDEN  LONGORIA LITTLEFIELD  BASKETBALL

 

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Wed
29
Nov

Wildcats drop road contest at Levelland, 63-54

By DEREK LOPEZ

 

The Littlefield Wildcats’ varsity basketball team dropped their contest on the road on Saturday to the Levelland Lobos, 63-54. The Wildcats were able to jump out in front early as sophomore, Daniel Stinson, heaved an outlet pass down court to sophomore, Jayden Longoria, for a lay-up, making the score, 2-0, with 7:22 to play in the first quarter.

 

Reid O’Connor answered with a three from the left elbow for Levelland, but Littlefield responded as J’Shun Davis launched an outlet pass down court to Stinson for a fast break lay-up, making the score, 4-3. O’Connor buried another three from the right wing, but J’Shun Davis answered with a jumper from the right elbow, tying the game, 6- 6. With 5:11 to play in the quarter, O’Connor drew a shooting foul on Stinson and split the attempts, giving the Lobos a one-point advantage, 7-6.

 

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