Sports

Sat
31
Mar

Lady Cats fall short of a comeback at Roosevelt

The Littlefield Lady Cats nearly pulled off a comeback victory over the Roosevelt Lady Eagles on Tuesday, despite a 30 minute rain delay, but fell short as Roosevelt walked off with an, 12-11 victory.

With the loss the Lady Cats fall to 7-10-1 overall, 1-2 in district play.

Geyah Garza started the game in the circle for Littlefield, pitching one and 1/3 inning, giving up eight walks and three runs. Nautica Espinoza came on in relief, finishing the game, pitching four and 2/3 innings, giving up eight walks and nine runs, while earning one strike out.

 

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Wed
28
Mar

Lady Wolverines take first at Warrior Relays

The Springlake-Earth Lady Wolverines varsity track team took first place at the Warrior Relays, which were held at Miami High School this past weekend.

The Lady Wolverines totaled 151 points at the meet, including 10 first-place finishes.

Angel Darden took first place in the triple jump, leaping a distance of 31-06.00. She also took first place in the high jump, clearing 5- 00.00. In the running events, Darden placed first in the 100-meter dash, clocking a time of 13.56.

 

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Wed
28
Mar

MAKING THE PLAY

Littlefield first baseman, Blake Green catches a ball popped up in foul territory by Derek Barron during the top of the sixth inning of their district-opener on Saturday.

 

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Sat
24
Mar

No more ‘weight-ing

By JOE GONZALES

Sara Ojeda knew she needed to do something. She wasn’t happy. She wasn’t healthy. And at 26 years old, she weighed 216 lbs., the heaviest she’d ever been. Something needed to change. “I had a lot of health issues and a lot of them were within my own control,” she said. “And to prevent any more I was told I needed to get my weight under control.

Ojeda was also fed up with always feeling tired and sleepy, and never having the energy to play with her two kids, Jaden and Jaelyn. “If the kids wanted to go outside, I’d go, and after about five minutes, I was done. I couldn’t keep up with them,” she said. Ojeda had enough. No more excuses and no more being lazy – she went to work.

 

 

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Sat
24
Mar

1,600-METER RUN

Springlake-Earth senior, Jaden DeLeon, competed at Sundown last Friday. She took fourth place in the 1,600- meter run out of 46 competitors. She also finished third in the 400- meter dash and fifth out of 41 girls in the 800-meter run

 

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Wed
21
Mar

Mustangs run rule Wolverines, 11-1

By DEREK LOPEZ

The Olton Mustangs’ varsity baseball team took down the Springlake-Earth Wolverines, 11- 1, in district action at home on Saturday.

With the win, the Mustangs improve to 3-6 overall, 2-0 in district play, while the Wolverines fall to 4-5 overall, 0-2 in district play.

Aaron Corpus started on the mound for the Mustangs, pitching two innings, earning two strikeouts and one walk. Jayden Leathers came on in the third inning and pitched two innings. He earned four strikeouts, while giving up just one run. Brian Capen came on in the fifth inning, pitching two innings to close out the game. He earned for strikeouts.

 

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Wed
21
Mar

Saenz representing Olton at State Powerlifting Meet

The Olton Mustangs’ powerlifting team had four athletes make it to the Regional Meet, which was held in Sundown on March 10th.

Francisco Saenz came in first place in the super heavyweight division, qualifying for State. He finished with a 650 lb lift on squat, 400 lb lift on bench press and a 580 lb dead lift.

Sophomore, Gabriel Chavez, finished fourth in the 242 lb weight class, while Alberto Sinaloa came in 7th in the 220 lb weight class, setting personal bests on all three lifts.

 

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Sat
17
Mar

Lady Cat softball opens district play Tuesday

The Littlefield Lady Cats varsity softball team is off to a 6-8-1 start overall as they get set to kick off district play next Tuesday at Shallowater.

Most recently the Lady Cats took part in the Snyder Tournament that saw them go 3-3 in tournament play.

The Lady Cats fell to Brownfield, 11-5 in four innings, but came back to beat Slaton, 12-11.

 

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Sat
17
Mar

Wolverines fall to Hale Center in district-opener, 12-5

The Springlake-Earth Wolverines’ varsity baseball team dropped their season opener on Tuesday to the Hale Center Owls, 12-5.

With the loss, the Wolverines fall to 4-4 overall, 0-1 in district play.

Hale Center posted one run in the top of the first inning and three more runs in the top of the second inning, taking a, 4-0 lead over the Wolverines.

 

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Thu
15
Mar

State Capital HIGHLIGHTS

D’ANNA  SMITH LITTLEFIELD  TRAC

ARI  VILLAFRANCO LITTLEFIELD  TRACK

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