Sports

Sun
25
May

TENNIS AWARD

Emily Buchanan (left) and William Cole (right) both received the Anton Tennis Award at Monday night’s Anton Athletic Banquet.
 
Wed
21
May

Early Run-off elections underway through Friday

Employees of the Lamb County Clerk’s Office tested the M100 voter counting machine Friday morning, before early voting for the state-wide Primary Run-Off Elections began Monday.

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
Early voting for the Primary Run-off elections is currently underway in the Lamb County Clerk’s Office in the Courthouse, and will continue through Friday, May 23 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., to allow voters special time to vote early. Election day is Tuesday, May 27. If voters voted in the Primary elections, they must vote in the same party’s run-off election. If a voter did not vote in either party’s election, they may vote where they desire.

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Wed
21
May

LITTLEFIELD BASEBALL ALL-DISTRICT

Several Littlefield baseball players were named to the 2-2A All-District Baseball team. Making first team all-district were: Nate Herrera, first team all-district short stop; Dakota Gage, first team all-district second base; Trey Harris, first team alldistrict outfielder; Seth Clayton, first team all-district outfielder; Bryson Calaway, first team alldistrict utility player; Mark Reed, second team all-district first base; Reese Rogers, second team all-district second base, and Jared Parker, second team all-district utility player. Littlefield’s season came to an end last weekend in the regional quarterfinal round against Idalou. They lost game one 13-0 and game two 5-1. Shown are: (from left to right) Jared Parker, Dakota Gage, Seth Clayton, Mark Reed, Reese Rogers, Bryson Calaway, Trey Harris and Nate Herrera.
Wed
21
May

WILDCAT BASEBALL SPECIAL AWARDS

Littlefield Head Coach Mitch McNeese gave out his special baseball awards to players recently. Shown are: (from left to right) Dakota Gage, Bryson Calaway, Mark Reed and Trey Harris. Gage received the big stick award; Calaway was the team MVP, while Reed and Harris shared the Fighting Heart Award.

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Sun
18
May

Sudan Hornets win state medals

Sudan’s Landon Williamson finished third in the 800-meter run at last week’s state track and field meet in Austin. Williamson brought home a bronze medal with a time of 2:00.06.

By JOE GONZALES.
 
Sudan’s Hornet track team had a nice showing at the state track meet held last week in Austin. Sophomore Landon Williamson took third in the 800-meter run with a season best time of 2:00.06. Senior Tanner Fisher placed second in the high jump, and also had a season best height of 6’4'’.

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Sun
18
May

Ashley Dendy nabs Bronze at state meet

Ashley Dendy brought home a bronze medal with a third-place finish in the 300-meter hurdles last Friday in Austin at the state track and field meet. Dendy had a time of 44.83 which broke her previous record of 45.97 in the 300-meter hurdles.

BY JOE GONZALES.
 
Ashley Dendy’s high school track career might have come to and end last Friday in Austin, but it’s an ending she will never forget. The Littlefield Lady Cat took home a bronze medal with a thirdplace finish in the 300-meter hurdles. Dendy finished with a time of 44.83, breaking her own record of 45.97 she set at the regional meet. “It was crazy! It all just happened really quick,” said Dendy.

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Wed
14
May

160 Littlefield students honored by Chamber of Commerce Monday

These first and second grade students who were honored Monday night at the Chamber of Commerce’s annual Awards Ceremony and Reception, sang “Being Me”, with a lot of action to describe what they were singing.

By JOELLA LOVVORN.
 
Monday night, 160 students from all four campuses of Littlefield Independent School District were honored by the Littlefield Chamber of Commerce at the annual Awards Ceremony and Reception for the 2013-2014 school year. Pat Demel, president of the Littlefield Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture welcomed the students and guests to the annual ceremony, and congratulated the students on their achievements for the year.
 
Wed
14
May

AREA CHAMPIONS

The Littlefield Wildcat baseball team brought home the area championship trophy after defeating Slaton 9-4 Saturday afternoon in game three at Sundown. The Wildcats won the three-game series two games to one. Littlefield lost game one Thursday night 9-3, but won game two Saturday afternoon 12-7. The Wildcats will now take on Idalou in the regional quarterfinals round of the playoffs.
 
Wed
14
May

Wildcats bite Slaton; advance to regional round against Idalou

Trey Harris gets set to celebrate his home run with a fist bump with Littlefield Head Coach Mitch McNeese in game two against Slaton Saturday in Sundown. Harris gave his team the 7-3 lead with the home run. Littlefield went on to win game two, 12-7 and then beat the Tigers in game three, 9-4.

Heading into game two Saturday against Slaton, all the pressure was on Littlefield. The Tigers had won the opening game Thursday night in Sundown 9-3, and were looking to close out the Wildcats in the area round of the playoffs. But Littlefield had other plans. The Wildcats won game two 12-7, then took game three 9-4.
 
Wed
14
May

S-E LADY WOLVERINE BASKETBALL

Jordan Weldon (left) received the defensive MVP award; Sarah Samarron (center) was given the MVP award and Brittanty Miller (left) received the offensive MVP award, all for basketball during last week’s Springlake-Earth Sports Banquet.
 

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