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Wed
10
Sep

WILDCAT FOOTBALL

Chris Douglas carried the ball for some yards during Friday night’s homecoming game against Bushland.
The Wildcats fell to the Falcons, 40-20.  
 

 

Wed
10
Sep

SUDAN FOOTBALL

Sudan’s Barry Johnson ran past a Hale Center defenders for a chunk of yardage in last Friday night’s game against the Owls. Johnson and his Hornet teammates won the game 21-12. Johnson rushed for 163 yards and scored two touchdowns.
 
Wed
10
Sep

Littlefield faces tough test this Friday against Idalou

Things don’t get easier for the Littlefield Wildcats this Friday night when they take a road trip to Idalou to continue their football season. Last Friday night’s homecoming game against Bushland was a wet and sloppy game that the Wildcats dropped 40-
20. Rain showers plagued both teams throughout the first half, and was off-and-on in the second half
 
Wed
03
Sep

Three players tie for first in football contest

Week one of the Lamb County Leader-News football contest was a competitive one. Three players, JR Herrell, Johnny Rosemond and Cheryl Green, all went 19-1 to tie for the top spot, but the tie-breaker this week was handled a little differently.

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Sun
31
Aug

Wildcats blank Snyder, 28-0

Littlefield’s Chris Douglas ran through a Snyder Tiger’s tackle at Thursday night’s jv football game. The Wildcats beat Snyder, 30-12.

By JOE GONZALES.
 
Littlefield began their season Friday night in Snyder with a dominating 28-0 win over the Tigers on the road. The Wildcats got a stellar rushing performance from Da’Madrick Moore, who ran for 203 yards and scored three touchdowns, while the Wildcat defense shut out the Snyder offense. Littlefield Head Coach Bryan Huseman said it was huge for his team to begin their season with the huge win.
 
Wed
27
Aug

WILDCAT MAGIC

The Wildcat Magic AAU team took part in the LCU Back to School Tournament held this past weekend in Lubbock. The team brought home the gold placing first in their division with a 41-21 final win.

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Wed
27
Aug

Lady Cats take part in tourney

Littlefield Lady Cat Mallie McGehee got the hit in Saturday morning’s game against Dimmitt. The Lady Cats were taking part in their own volleyball tournament. They fell to Dimmitt 25-22 in two sets.

Littlefield took part in bracket play of their tournament held Saturday. The Lady Cats’ first game was Saturday morning against Levelland. The Loboettes beat Littlefield in back-to-back sets 25-14 and 25-19.

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Sun
24
Aug

Wildcat teams honored at street party

Members of the Littlefield High School Varsity Wildcat team filled two long rows Friday as they were introduced during the annual Wildcat Street Party.

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Sun
24
Aug

Wildcats scrimmage Brownfield Cubs

Littlefield’s Dontra Ewing gets set to turn on his jets and race past a Brownfield defender in Thursday night’s scrimmage at home. Ewing found the endzone twice for Littlefield.

Littlefield closed out their preseason with a scrimmage at home Thursday night against Brownfield. “We feel like we got a lot better, but we still broke down on some areas of the defense, but we just have to get better,” said Littlefield Head Coach Bryan Huseman. “It’s not a deal on defense where we are physically getting whooped, we just need to get to where we belong.”

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Wed
20
Aug

Littlefield takes part in Shallowater tourney; begins own tournament Thursday

Mallie McGehee went up and got the hit in last weekend’s volleyball tournament in Shallowater. The Lady Cats host their own tourney this week beginning Thursday and Friday with pool play. Littlefield plays Estacado Thursday morning at 9 a.m. Bracket play begins Saturday morning.

The Littlefield Lady Cat Volleyball team finished in eighth place overall after taking part in last weekends Shallowater Showdown Volleyball Tournament. The Lady Cats finished second in pool play held Friday. They fell to Denver City, but then beat Lamesa and Shallowater JV.
 

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