Sports

Wed
22
Oct

Lady Cats win CC district title

Littlefield’s cross country ran their way to a district championship at Monday’s District 2-3A Cross Country Meet. Tiffany Alamanza placed first for the Lady Cats with a time of 12:50.20. The rest of the Littlefield team all placed in the top 20. “As a coach, we look forward to the moments when our athletes rock us to the core, all while giving us an amazing sense of pride and emotions. Yesterday, while the Lady Cats were running their distict meet in hot, humid conditions, they rocked and chilled me to the core,” said Cross Country Coach Korey Conkin. “I feel so blessed to have the privilege to coach such hard working and talented runners.”
 
Wed
22
Oct

Littlefield’s JH runs at CC meet

Littlefield’s junior high cross country team placed third overall at Monday’s district meet held at Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock. Kaitlyn Edgemon placed second overall with a time of 14:03.40. Natalie Hinajosa came in 10th with a time of 14:48.30. Brooke Mitchell placed 18th with a time of 16:00.10. Jennifer Yanez placed 20th and had a time of 16:22.10.
 
Wed
22
Oct

’Cat fight this Friday night

Littlefield’s run through the district season continues this Friday night with a home game against the Dimmitt Bobcats. The Wildcats (4-3, 2-0) picked up a 19-7 win over Amarillo River Road last Friday night. Littlefield Head Coach Bryan Huseman said after watching film of the game, he came away with positives and stuff his team still needs to work on.
 
Sat
18
Oct

Littlefield runs past River Road, 19-7

By JOE GONZALES
 
Littlefield moved to 2-0 in district play with a 19-7 win at Amarillo River Road Friday night. It seemed like a dominating effort by Littlefield, but River Road wouldn’t go away. Littlefield finished with 326 total yards of offense, while holding River Road to 140 total yards.
 
Sat
18
Oct

Lfd. Lady Cats lose to Dimmitt in district

Littlefield dropped their second district volleyball game of the season Tuesday night at Dimmitt. The Lady Cats fell in the first two sets 25-12 and 25-17, but won the third set 25-21. Littlefield battled in the fourth set, but fell 25-21. In the first set, the Lady Cats grabbed the early 2-0 lead, but Dimmitt quickly jumped out 13- 4.
 
Wed
15
Oct

Wildcats looking to improve district record to 2-0

By JOE GONZALES
 
Littlefield knows it can’t have another penalty-filled game this week if they hope to move to 2-0 in district play. The Wildcats (3-3, 1-0) travel to Amarillo to take on River Road (2-4, 0-1). Kick-off is set for 7:30 p.m. Littlefield had to get a last second defensive stop last week against Childress to take the 20-12 win.
 
Sat
11
Oct

High Plains Youth Football League

The Maroon 7-8 year-old Littlefield Wildcats of the High Plains Youth Football League, busted through a banner made by their moms in last weekend’s HPYFL action.
 
Sat
11
Oct

Lady Cats drop district opener to Tulia

Littlefield’s Daisy Fuentes serves the ball during Tuesday night’s district opener at home against Tulia. The Lady Cats fell in three straight matches.

Littlefield began their volleyball district season with a loss to Tulia at home Tuesday night. They fell in three straight sets, 25-16m 25-22 and 25-22. Lady Cat Head Coach Desiree Shahan said the team played well, but their serving hurt them.
 
Wed
08
Oct

Wildcats ready for district play

Littlefield knows this Friday night, their season starts over...well, sort of. The Wildcats begin district play with a home game against Childress. Both teams enter with identical 2-3 records, but being the district opener for both, 0-0 in district play.
 
Wed
08
Oct

LITTLEFIELD SEVENTH GRADE FOOTBALL

The Littlefield Wildcats’ JH seventh grade team consists of:
 

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