Sports

Sat
27
May

Treg Box competes in state golf tournament

Treg Box represented Sudan in the boy’s state golf tournament, which was held at Roy Kizer Golf Course on May 22nd and 23rd.

Box shot an 86 on Day one of the tournament and a 78 on day two.

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Sat
27
May

Jett Hartley heading to Sul Ross

By DEREK LOPEZ

Littlefield catcher, Jett Hartley, will be continuing his playing career at Sul Ross State University after signing his Letter of Intent with the Lobos Friday morning in the Littlefield High School Library.

“It’s a blessing, I’m ready to do it; this is what I have dreamed of my entire life, is to play at the next level and to achieve that goal is something amazing,” Hartley said.

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Wed
24
May

Wolverines run comes to an end

S-E rally falls short, Booker takes game three, 11-10

The Springlake-Earth Wolverines’ varsity baseball team’s seventh inning rally fell short of a comeback on Friday as they fell to the Booker Kiowas, 11-10, in the Region I-1A Regional Quarterfinal.

The Wolverines finished the season with an overall record of 5-21-3 and were Bi-district and Regional champions.

Booker jumped out to an early, 7-1 lead through two innings, but the Wolverines held them to just one run over the next four innings, while adding one run in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings to make the score, 8-4, going into the top of the seventh.

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Wed
24
May

Wildcats hit a Wall

Littlefield falls to the Hawks two game to none in Regional Quarterfinals

By DEREK LOPEZ

The Littlefield Wildcats’ varsity baseball team’s season came to a close Friday afternoon, as they were defeated by the Wall Hawks, 19-3, in game two of the Region I-3A Regional Quarterfinal series.

The Wildcats finished the season with an overall record of 14- 16, 7-3 in district play and were 3A Bi-district and Area champions.

Senior, John Castillo, started on the bump for the Wildcats, as he got Wall’s lead-off hitter, Brock Rosenquist, to hit a chopper to senior, Bradley Reed at third, who got the out at first for out number one.

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Sat
20
May

S-E loses game one

HERE COMES THE HEAT – Springlake-Earth Wolverines Isaiah Solis throws a pitch during Thursday night’s playoff game at Stinnett against Booker. The Wolverines fell to Kiowas, 4-2. Game two was Friday in Plainview.

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Sat
20
May

Wildcats drop game one to Wall, 10-0

By DEREK LOPEZ

The Littlefield Wildcats’ varsity baseball team was doomed by errors in game one of their Regional Quarterfinal series with the Wall Hawks, dropping the contest, 10-0.

The Wildcats looked as though they were going to jump on the Hawks early in the first inning as senior, John Castillo, drew a leadoff walk, followed by a single from senior, Jett Hartley, that got under the glove of Mitchell Horton at third base.

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Wed
17
May

2017 AREA CHAMPIONS

The Littlefield Wildcats’ varsity baseball team defeated the Alpine Bucks in a best-of-three series at Greenwood High School in Midland this past weekend to advance to the Region I-3A Regional Quarterfinal round of the playoffs.

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Wed
17
May

Thomas takes third in shot put; area athletes compete at state meet

This past weekend several area athletes represented Lamb County at the State track meet, which was held at Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Amherst junior, Myeshia Thomas, headlines this group as she took home bronze in the girls’ shot put with a throw of 39’-10”. She also got eighth in the girls’ discus with a throw of 94’-06”.

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Wed
17
May

‘Cardiac Kids’ do it again

Wildcats steal game two from Alpine, 8-3, force game three

By DEREK LOPEZ

The Littlefield Wildcats’ varsity baseball team entered game two against Alpine on Saturday with their backs against the wall, but they responded with an, 8-3, victory to force a winner-takes-all game three.

Senior pitcher, John Castillo, got Izaak Lujan swinging on a dropped third strike; he was thrown out at first by senior catcher, Jett Hartley, for out number one.

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Sat
13
May

Lfd. basketball camp set for May 30th-June 1st

The annual Littlefield boys basketball camp is just around the corner.

Littlefield boys basketball coach Nathan McKinnon will be holding the camp May 30th through June 1st, at the Littlefield High School Gym.

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