Sports

Wed
26
Mar

LEAVING EVERYONE ELSE BEHIND

Devon Lopez (far left) left his competition behind while running the 200-meter dash last Friday in Muleshoe. Lopez took first in the event with a time of 21.62. Lopez and the Wildcat track team will be in Levelland this Friday.

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Wed
26
Mar

HURDLING TO FIRST PLACE

Ashley Dendy took first place in both the 100-meter hurdles and the 300-meter hurdles in last Friday’s Muleshoe Relays. Dendy had a time of 15.00 in the 100-meter hurdles and 47.21 in the 300-meter hurdles. Dendy and her track teammates will be in Levelland this Friday.

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Wed
26
Mar

HIGH JUMP

Littlefield Lady Cat Alyssa Gregory placed second in the high jump at last Friday’s Muleshoe Relay. Gregory had a leap of 4’10".

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Sun
23
Mar

LITTLEFIELD LADY CATS

The 2014 Littlefield Lady Cat softball team continued district play with a tough loss to Muleshoe Tuesday night. The Lady Cats took on Abernathy Saturday, and will be at Floydada Tuesday, March 25th. Shown are: (front row, from left to right) Anisia Cantu, Memri Balderas, Nikki Lopez, Brittany Garcia, Isa Martinez, Luz Fernandez, Alexis Trotter, Abigail Sanchez, Vandela Wormly and Destiny Perez. (Back row, from left to right) Mandi Arce, Sasha Camacho, Jamacia Ross, Deziree Finney, Zamika Bradley, Andrea Arce, Brittany Trevino, Hannah Diaz and Ashley Arce.
 
Sun
23
Mar

LITTLEFIELD GOLF

The Littlefield Wildcat Golf team placed second at Wednesday’ s golf meet in Friona. The Wildcats tied for first with the Chieftains, but a tie-breaker led them to a second place finish with 359 points. Chris Duran placed third overall by shooting an 81, while Seth Clayton placed fifth after shooting an 85. Shown are: (in no particular order) Oscar Torres, Dylan Brown, Koby Trotter, Frank Ramos, Chris Duran, Alex McCrary, Braden Reno, Bradley Reed, Ryan Solis and Kyler Benton and head coach Zach Duncan.
 
Wed
19
Mar

HEADED TO THE STATE MEET

Sudan’s Adam Martin will be competing at the state powerlifting meet being held this Saturday in Abilene. Martin placed second at the regional meet to advance to the state meet. Shown are Martin (left) and Coach Patrick Odom (right).
 
Wed
19
Mar

Sudan track and field run at Evertt McAdams Relays

Sudan track and field teams had strong showings at last Friday’s Evertt McAdams Relays held in Plains. Both the Hornet and Nette varsity teams won their division. The Hornets took first place with 135 total points, while the Nettes took the top spot in their division with 95 points. Sudan’s Hornet JV team placed first in their division, while the Nettes junior varsity squad placed third.
 
Wed
19
Mar

Olton JH teams run at Hale Center meet

The Olton Mustangs and Fillies seventh and eighth grade teams recently competed in the Hale Center Relays. The seventh grade Fillies placed eleventh overall with 10 points. Results for Fillies seventh grade are:
100-Meter Dash- Mackenzie Olivarez, eighth place, 15.43; Abby DeLeon, ninth place, 15.56; Brianna Rodriguez, twenty-fifth place, 17.99.
200-Meter Dash- Mikayla Diaz, ninth place, 37.15; Lisandra Pedroza, thirteenth place, 38.31.
300-Meter Hurdles- Dominique Molina, fifth place, 1:10.31.
 
Sun
16
Mar

High School Track competes in Tulia

By JAMIE McNABB.
 
High school athletes traveled to Tulia Friday to compete in the Hornet Relays. The Wildcats fared well in both Varsity and JV divisions. They took on several teams from their district as well as other teams from outside our area.
Results for the Varsity Boys’ Division:
100 meter dash- 3rd place, Damadrick Moore, 11.18; 4th place, Devonte Mathis, 11.20
200 meter dash- 1st place, Devon Lopez, 22.00
400 meter dash- second place, Leonard Marquez, 53.13
400 meter relay- 1st place Devonte Mathis, Damadrick Moore, Leonard Marquez and Devon Lopez, 44.21
 
Sun
16
Mar

Weather shortens Bushland Tournament

By JAMIE McNABB.
 
What was supposed to be a two-day tournament was cut in half on account of cold winds and freezing drizzle. Bushland had planned on hosting multiple-team play at the newly-constructed baseball field on the West Texas A&M campus, in canyon, however a warm Friday proved to be the only day games could take place. Injured pitchers for Littlefield made games against tough opponents even more challenging for the boys and for the coaching staff.
 

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