Sports

Sat
04
Jan

DISTRICT PLAY

Ashley Dendy dribbles past a defender during Littlefield’s dominating win over Abernathy. Dendy had two points, five rebounds, and three assists. The Lady Cats improved to 3-0 in district play.
 
Wed
01
Jan

Wildcat Classic hosts 13 boys’, 16 girls’ teams

By FORREST GRIMES.
 
The annual Wildcat Classic took place last week in the Wildcat Gym, with both Littlefield teams, and the Sudan girls’ team competing. Each team won their first round games. The Wildcats defeated Whitharral, 64-34. The Lady Cats crushed Hart, 64-12, and Sudan defeated Lazbuddie. The Wildcats defeated Post in the second round and the Lady Cats escaped with a win, versus New Deal. Sudan fell to Portales, who would eventually win the Wildcat Classic.
 

 

Wed
01
Jan

Zach White signs Letter of Intent

Zach White signs his letter of intent to continue his football career at Northwestern State. White had 23 catches for 300 yards and four touchdowns, as well as six rushes for 40 yards, this season, at New Mexico Military Institute.

Last week, tight end Zach White signed his letter of intent to play at Northwestern State, in Natchitoches, Louisiana. The Northwestern State Demons are part of the Football Championship Subdivision and a member of the Southland Conference. White played for Littlefield until 2010, and was a key member of the 2010 team that reached the semi-finals.

 

Wed
01
Jan

WILDCAT CLASSIC

The Littlefield boys’ basketball team pose with their runner-up plaque. Littlefield finished second in the Wildcat Classic, losing to Texico in the finals. The Wildcats collected wins against Whitharral, Farwell, and Post. The Wildcats are: (front row, left to right) Ty Smith, De’Vonte Mathis, Anthony Jackson, Da’Madrick Moore, Josh Culpepper, Jonah Kirby, and Aaron Cabello. (Back row, left to right) Mark Reed, Dakota Gage, Abrahm Lucero, and Reese Rogers.

 

Wed
01
Jan

WILDCAT BASKETBALL

Mark Reed passes the ball to De’Vonte Mathis after getting a rebound, during Littlefield’s first round victory against Whitharral in the Wildcat Classic.

 

Sun
29
Dec

Sudan Nettes fall to Portales, 47-40

Ashton Sawyer defends against a ball-handler during Sudan’s loss to Portales in the second round of the Wildcat Classic. The Nettes defeated Lazbuddie in the first round of the Classic.

After defeating Lazbuddie in the first round of the Wildcat Classic, the Sudan Nettes fell to Portales, 47-40. Portales scored the first four points of the game, before Ashton Sawyer scored Sudan’s first points of the game. Portales scored again, but Sudan responded with a basket from Madi Edwards and a couple of free throws from Sawyer. Portales scored three more points, and led 10-6 at the end of the first  quarter.

 

Sun
29
Dec

Littlefield whips Whitharral, 64-34

Jonah Kirby defends against a Whitharral player during Littlefield’s first round victory against Whitharral.

By FORREST GRIMES.
 
The Littlefield boys’ basketball team opened the Wildcat Classic with a 64-34 victory against Whitharral. Mark Reed began the game with a basket, but Whitharral quickly tied the game. After a couple of free throws from De’Vonte Mathis, Whitharral tied the game again. A three-pointer from Josh Culpepper gave Littlefield the lead for good. Whitharral moved back within one, but a bucket from Ty Smith put the lead back at three.

 

Sun
22
Dec

Sudan clobbers Seagraves

Barry Johnson dribbles the ball down the court during Sudan’s 64-34 victory against Seagraves. Johnson had four points, six rebounds, and one assist.

By FORREST GRIMES.
The Sudan boys’ basketball team notched a blowout win against Seagraves, Tuesday night, to move to 5-3 on the season. A free throw from Ty Shaw and a lay-up by Tanner Fisher gave Sudan an early 3-0 lead. Seagraves went on a quick 5-0 run before Stephen Schovajsa scored to tie the game. A couple of baskets from Fisher gave Sudan a 9-5 lead. The Eagles tied the game once more, before Brandon Lock scored on a breakaway lay-up, to give Sudan the lead for good.
Sun
22
Dec

Lady Bulldogs beat Whiteface

Sierra Green races down the court during Amherst’s 42-34 win against Whiteface. Green had nine points, six rebounds, and three steals.

By DEREK LOPEZ.
The Amherst Lady Dogs pulled out a victory against the Whiteface Lady Lopes on Tuesday night. The Lady Dogs were led by Daquandra Simmons, who finished the contest with a gamehigh 17 points. She was joined in double figures scoring by Zulema Delgado who netted 13 points in the win. Amherst jumped out to a 7-0 lead over the Lady Lopes and never surrendered the lead though the Lady Lopes cut the lead to one-point multiple times.
Wed
18
Dec

GUARD DUTY

De’Vonte Mathis dribbles the ball down the court during Littlefield’s win against Water Valley. The Wildcats finished third in the Dimmitt Tournament.
 
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