Sports

Sat
30
Sep

Anton pounds Eagles, 58-12

The Anton Bulldogs’ varsity football team pounded the Southland Eagles on the Road on Friday, 58-12.

With the victory, the Bulldogs improve to 4-1 overall on the season.

The Eagles struck first as Christian Sanchez connected with Zachary Schniers for a nine-yard touchdown pass, but the kick after was blocked by Anton, leaving the score, 6-0.

 

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Wed
27
Sep

Olton looking for homecoming victory over Longhorns

The Olton Mustangs’ varsity football team dropped a close contest to Bovina on Friday, 14-12.

The loss drops the Mustangs to 2-2 overall on the season.

In the opening quarter, Olton took the lead as freshman quarterback, Jack Allcorn, connected with senior wide receiver, Zach Ramage, for a 58-yard touchdown pass, making the score, 6-0, after the failed two point conversion.

In the second quarter, Jadon Quintana would return a fumble 72-yards for a Bovina touchdown, but a failed two-point conversion left the game tied, 6-6.

However, junior running back, Zane Gunter, would find the end zone on a three-yard score, putting Olton up, 12-6, going into the locker room at halftime.

Bovina would score the only points of the second half in the third quarter, as Quintana connected with David Lara for a 23-yard touchdown pass. Marco Sanchez would run it in for the two-point conversion and those two points proved to be the difference in the game.

Wed
27
Sep

Fillies fall in straight sets against Sanford Fritch

JADEN DeLEON, SPRINGLAKE-EARTH CROSS COUNTRY

The Olton Fillies’ varsity volleyball team closed out the first half of district play on Saturday with a home loss to Sanford Fritch in straight sets.

The Fillies fall to 3-16 overall, 0-6 in district play.

Sanford Fritch took set one, 8-25; set two, 18-25 and set three 17-25.

The Fillies played a nondistrict match with Southcrest Christian on the road on Tuesday. Results were not available at press time.

They will open the second round of district play at home against Miami on Saturday.

The match is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m.

Sat
23
Sep

Wiiildcats shutout Eagles

By DEREKLOPEZ

The Littlefield Wildcats’ varsity football team celebrated homecoming with a, 40-0, shutout victory over the Roosevelt Eagles on Friday marking Coach Brent Green’s first victory as the Wildcats Head football Coach.

With the win the Wildcats improve to 1-3 overall on the season.

The Wildcats won the toss and elected to differ to the second half putting their defense on the field first.

The Eagles struggled offensively on their opening drive losing a yard before going three and out.

 

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Sat
23
Sep

Bulldogs run past Hermleigh, 32-16

The Anton Bulldogs’ varsity football team protected their home turf on Friday as they handed Hermleigh their first loss of the season, 32-16.

The Bulldogs improve to 3-1 overall on the season.

The Bulldogs were able to shutout Hermleigh in the first half, while holding a, 10-0, advantage going into the locker room at halftime.

 

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Wed
20
Sep

Sudan cross country teams compete at Smyer

The Sudan Hornets Cross country teams competed at Smyer this past Saturday. “I believe this was our best meet so far,” Head Coach Lacee Logan said. “We had many kids improve their times and we had some top finishers.”

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Wed
20
Sep

Bulldogs looking to make it three in a row against Whiteface

The Amherst Bulldogs’ varsity football team picked up their second win of the season on Friday as they went on the road and took down Hart, 49-22. The victory improves the Bulldogs to 2-1 overall on the year.

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Sat
16
Sep

Lady Cats come up short agaiiinst Lamesa

By DEREK LOPEZ

The Littlefield Lady Cats’ varsity volleyball team fell to the Lamesa Golden Tornados on Tuesday in straight sets.

The loss drops them to 1-16 overall on the season.

In set one, the Lady Cats were neck and neck with Lamesa. The Golden Tornados scored a kill and on the next exchange, Daneesha Ortiz scored a kill through the block attempt of junior, Ari Villafranco and senior, Jessica Hagopoylos, making the score, 6-8.

The teams exchanged points, before a kill attempt on the return by junior, Genasis Garza, off of the serve by Camren Clement sailed out of bounds, making the score, 7-9.

The Golden Tornados would go on a, 4-0, scoring run, before Yari Lopez had her hit blocked by sophomore, Nautica Espinosa for a Littlefield point, making the score, 8-13.

 

Sat
16
Sep

AREA FOOTBALL ACTION

AREA FOOTBALL ACTION

 

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Wed
13
Sep

Lady Wolverines finish 9th at Mae Simmons meet

The Springlake-Earth varsity cross country teams competed at Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock this past Saturday.

The Lady Wolverines finished ninth overall on Saturday, with Jaden DeLeon and Brytnn Nutt leading the way finishing 19th and 20th, respectively with times of 13:40.27 and 13:40.91.

 

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