Sports

Sat
24
Feb

Wildcats grind out win over Bobcats, 54-49

By DEREK LOPEZ

The Littlefield Wildcats’ varsity basketball team grinded out a victory over Childress on Tuesday, 54-49, at Randall High School to earn a 3A Bidistrict championship.

With the victory, the Wildcats improve to 18-13 overall.

Littlefield Head Coach Rob Ogle talked about the way his team handled Childress’ ball pressure, saying, “I though our guys handled the trap exceptionally well. One of the keys to victory I told them was handling the ball under that man, jump pressure and having J’Shun help bring the ball down and being able to see over those guys coming was huge.

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Wed
21
Feb

Wolverines fall short against HArtley, 73-66

By DEREK LOPEZ

It was a back-and-forth affair Monday night at Amarillo High School that saw the Springlake-Earth Wolverines’ season come to an end at the hands of the Hartley Tigers, 73-66, in the 1A Bi-district round of the play-offs.

The Wolverines finish the season with a mark of 9-11 overall, 6-3 in district play.

Alex Torrez got the game going with a lay-up for Hartley, but Isaiah Solis answered with a three from the left wing off of the assist from Diego Sanchez, giving the Wolverines a, 3-2 lead.

 

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Sat
17
Feb

Nettes season comes to an end in Area round

By  DEREKLOPEZ

 

The Sudan Nettes varsity basketball team saw their season come to a close in the 2A Area round of the playoffs on Thursday against the Panhandle Pantherettes, 68-24.

 

The Nettes finished the season with an overall record of 23-6, 8-2 in district play. Karson Powers knocked down a three from the left wing to open the game for Panhandle, but Hannah Miller answered with a deep two from the right elbow, making the score, 3-2. The Pantherettes, though, would go on a tear, scoring 12 unanswered points before Delanie Black banked in a three from the top of the key off of the assist from Lexi Bartley, making the score, 15-5, with 2:39 remaining in the opening quarter. Ella Satterwhite was fouled on an attempt by

 

Wed
14
Feb

Wildcats overcome slow start; down Mules, 50-41

By DEREK LOPEZ

The Littlefield Wildcats’ varsity basketball team overcame a slow start on Friday to hold off the Mules in Muleshoe, 50- 41.

With the victory, the Wildcats improve to, 17-13 overall, 11-2 in district play.

Andrew Valdez nailed a deep two from the left elbow to open the scoring for Littlefield in the first quarter and J’Shun Davis heaved an outlet pass down court to Chris Douglas for a quick lay-up, giving the Wildcats a, 4-0 lead.

 

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Sat
10
Feb

UNDEFEATED DISTRICT CHAMPS

UNDEFEATED DISTRICT CHAMPS – The Springlake-Earth Lady Wolverines Junior High Basketball team finished the season on Monday as undefeated district champions with a mark of 11-0.

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Sat
10
Feb

Lady Cats fall to Idalou on senior night

By DEREK LOPEZ

The Littlefield Lady Cats’ varsity basketball team fell on senior night to the Idalou Lady Cats, 58-25.

With the loss, the Lady Cats end the season with 7-22 overall mark, 3-11 in district play.

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Wed
07
Feb

Wildcats overcome slow start to down Eagles, 60-48

By DEREK LOPEZ

The Littlefield Wildcats varsity basketball team overcame a rough first half of play on Friday to take down the Roosevelt Eagles on the road, 60-48. With the win, the Wildcats improve to 15-13 overall, 9-2 in district play.

The Wildcats struggled on both sides of the floor in the first half, with J’Shun Davis picking up two early fouls. Jayden Longoria dropped in a lay-up off of the assist from Andrew Valdez to open the game for Littlefield and J’Shun Davis knocked down a jumper from just inside the free-throw line off of the assist from Jonathan Davis, making the score, 4-0, with 5:38 to play in the opening quarter.

 

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Wed
07
Feb

Lady Cats drop road contest to Lady Eagles, 51-32

By DEREK LOPEZ

 

The Littlefield Lady Cats’ varsity basketball team dropped their second meeting of the season to the Roosevelt Lady Eagles on Friday, 51-32. With the loss, the Lady Cats fall to 7-21 overall, 3-10 in district play. Bre sanchez converted six consecutive free throws after drawing three straight shooting fouls on the Lady Cats, giving the Lady Eagles a, 6-0 advantage to open the game. Nautica Espinoza scored a lay-up off of the assist from Geyah Garza to get the Lady

 

Cats on the board, but Sanchez answered with a lay-up, making the score, 8-2, with 4:02 to play in the opening quarter. Espinoza scored a lay-up off of the assist from Daniella Solis, but Kaleigh Ford answered with a jumper from the left wing, extending their lead to, 10-4. The Lady Cats were called for a five-second call as Trinity Ayala couldn’t find anyone to inbound the ball to

 

 

Sat
03
Feb

FAST BREAK

FAST BREAK – Littlefield sophomore guard, Joseph Trevino, drops in a lay-up to finish off a fast break during the first half of the Wildcats close loss to Shallowater on Tuesday. (Staff Photo by Derek Lopez)

 

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Wed
31
Jan

lady cats drop heart-breaker at Friona, 28-27

By DEREK LOPEZ

 

The Littlefield Lady Cats’ varsity basketball team dropped a heart breaker to the Friona Squaws on Friday after leading the entire game. They fell in the final minute of the contest, 28-27. The loss drops them to, 7-19 overall, 3-8 in district play. Friona opened the scoring in the first quarter on Friday as Mariah

 

Trevino was fouled by Jayci Weldon and Courtney Reed on back-to-back attempts. She split both pairs of free throws, giving the Squaws a, 2-0 advantage. With 3:19 to play in the opening quarter, Ari Villafranco was fouled on an attempt by Bailey Pope; she split the attempts, cutting the lead in half, 2-1, but Mariah Trevino scored a put-back for Friona, making it a three-point game, 4-1. Trinity Ayala answered with a three from the left elbow off of the cross-court assist from Bailey Jones, tying the game, 4-4

 

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