Sports

Wed
13
Sep

Fiiilliiies fall short agaiiinst Memphiiis

By DEREK LOPEZ

The Olton Fillies’ varsity volleyball team pushed to four sets on Saturday against Memphis, but fell short in their comeback efforts, 1-3.

The loss drops them to, 3-12 overall, 0-2 in district play on the season.

Early in set one, Memphis took advantage of some Olton mistakes, jumping out to a, 0-2 lead.

 

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Sat
09
Sep

Lady Cats open Cross Country season at Plainview

The Littlefield Lady Cats’ varsity cross country team competed at Plainview last weekend in their first competitive meet of the season.

The results are as follows:

Courtney Reed came in 64th overall with a time of 15:24.4, while Trinity Ayala finished 90th with a time of 15:58.0 and Brittney Smith finished 97th overall with a time of 16:09.1.

The Littlefield varsity cross country team was in Lubbock on Saturday competing at Mae Simmons Park. Results were not available at press time.

They are open next Saturday, Sept. 16th, but will resume their season on the 23rd, when they compete at the Lubbock Invitational at Mae Simmons Park.

 

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Sat
09
Sep

Olton Fillies out-duel Southcrest Christian, 3-2

The Olton Fillies’ varsity volleyball team took their non-district match-up with Southcrest Christian last Saturday, 3-2. The Fillies took the first two sets, 25-13 and 26-24, but Southcrest Christian didn’t go down without a fight as they took sets three and four, 21-25 and 13-25. In a fifth set to 15, the Fillies prevailed, 15-9 to take the match.

 

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Wed
06
Sep

Lady Cats come up short against River Road

By DEREK LOPEZ

 

The Littlefield Lady Cats’ varsity volleyball team dropped a tough match to the River Road Lady Cats on Saturday, 2-3. The loss drops Littlefield to 1- 14 overall on the season.

The teams split the first two sets of the match with Littlefield taking the first set and River Road taking the second set. In set three, sophomore, Nautica Espinosa, was blocked by Taylor Francis for a River Road Point. Jenna Downs served up an ace before serving the ball into the net to make the score, 1-2.

 

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Sat
02
Sep

Lady Cats fall to Estacado in five

By DEREK LOPEZ

The Littlefield Lady Cats’ varsity volleyball team dropped a close match, that went five sets to the Estacado Lady Matadors, 3-2.

With the loss, the Lady Cats fall to 1-13 overall on the season.

Coming off of back-to-back losses in sets two in three, the Lady Cats came out strong in set four.

Senior, Jessica Hagopoylos, sent the opening serve over the net; it was returned by Estacado, before being hit into the net by junior, Sterling Martinez giving the Lady Matadors a, 0-1 lead.

 

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Wed
30
Aug

Wildcats hoping to contain Harvesters spread offense

The Littlefield Wildcats’ varsity football team will make the trip to Pampa on Friday as they kick-off their season against the Harvesters.

“I think last week we were a little lackadaisical in practice and I think it had a lot to do with the first week of school, but our focus coming in today [Monday] is that we have to get back to work,” Head Coach Brent Green said. “We have to really learn what Pampa is doing today [Monday] and then go to work hard on it tomorrow [Tuesday] and polish it up on Wednesday.”

 

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Wed
30
Aug

S-E cross country teams competed at Canyon

The Springlake-Earth Cross Country teams competed at the Canyon six-mile Relay this past Saturday.

The Wolverines and Lady Wolverines competed against teams from 1A-6A.

The high school boys’ team of Cesar Amador, Diego Sanchez, Rolando Arenas and Joe Matthew Cruz placed third out of 15 teams.

The high school girls’ team of Amber Velincia, Kaycee Clark, Jaden DeLeon, Brytnn Nutt, Hannah Crandall and Haley Krutzsch placed seventh out of 20 teams at the event.

 

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Sat
26
Aug

Wildcats take on the Cubs

Wildcats take on the Cubs

 

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Sat
26
Aug

Lady Cats fall to Titans, 3-0

By DEREK LOPEZ

The Littlefield Lady Cats’ varsity volleyball team fell to the Lubbock Titans on Tuesday in straight sets, 3-0. With the loss, the Lady Cats fall to 1-12 overall on the season. In set one, the Lady Cats got out in front as senior, Jessica Hagopoylos’ hit was returned out of bounds by Marin Malone, making the score, 1-0.

The Titans quickly tied things up off of the serve from junior, Sterling Martinez, and went on to take a, 1-4 lead, after Martinez hit a ball out of bounds.

 

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Wed
23
Aug

Annual football contest starts this weekend

The annual Lamb County Leader- News football contest is a mere six days away from the first week of the contest..

The first week of the contest will include 10 high school football games and 10 college football games.

This year, I will try to stay more in this area for high school games and avoid games between teams from Texas, who travel out of state to play national games.

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