Sports

Sat
30
Nov

Bulldogs bite Hornets, 54-43

Reece Harper shoots a three-point shot, during Sudan’s season opener versus Anton.

By FORREST GRIMES.
The Sudan Hornets boys’ basketball team began their season, Tuesday night, against the Anton Bulldogs. Ty Shaw gave Sudan an early 2-0 lead, but Anton went on an 11-2 run to take an 11-4 lead. A basket from Reece Harper and a couple of free throws from Ajay Barron trimmed Anton’s lead to 11-8. The Bulldogs lead 13-8 at the end of the first quarter. Tanner Fisher made four free throws to pull Sudan within one. Then after Anton scored, Fisher made a basket and a free throw to tie the game at 18-18.
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Wed
27
Nov

Sudan falls to Wellington, 58-36

By CHERI SAIN
 
The Sudan Hornets played their last game of the season at the Area Championship game at Kimbrough Stadium in Canyon Friday night when the Wellington Rockets beat the Hornets with the score of 58-36. Wellington received the ball first and drove 70 yards in 7 plays to score with only 3:17 off the clock. Their 2-point conversion was good giving them the 8 point lead.

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Wed
27
Nov

Springlake-Earth opens season in Cotton Center

The Springlake-Earth boys’ basketball team opened their season with a bang, Thursday, in the Cotton Center Tournament. The Wolverines defeated Southland, 48-19 in their first game.

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Fri
22
Nov

Lady Cats beat Frenship in OT, 50-47

Daisy Fuentes defends a Frenship player during the Lady Cats 50-47 overtime victory over the Lady Tigers. Littlefield currently holds a 3-2 record.

By FORREST GRIMES.
The Lady Cats defeated Wolfforth Frenship, 50-47, in overtime, on Tuesday night to improve to 3-2 on the season. Littlefield began the game taking a 2-1 lead on a basket by Kaylee Edgemon. This would be last time the Lady Cats led the game until midway through the fourth quarter. The first quarter ended with Frenship leading 10-6. Ashley Dendy stole the ball and made a lay-up to pull the Lady Cats within two.
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Fri
22
Nov

Amherst falls to Follett

The Amherst Bulldogs pose with their Bi-District trophy after defeating Southland in the first round of the playoffs, 55-52, at Meadow. The Bulldogs came back from down 28 points to win the game. Amherst lost in the second round to Follett. The Amherst Bulldogs are: Jr. Perez, Jesus Mendoza, Joseph Martinez, Nikolas Gonzales, Josiah Perez, Esvan Perez, Jesus Pacheco, Aaron Fairchild, Jonathan Cardenas, Eddie Gomez, Wesley Fairchild, Ruben Trejo, and Head Coach Robert Herrera.

By FORREST GRIMES.
Amherst’s season came to an end, Thursday night, after losing to Follett, 70-0, in the second round of the playoffs. Coach Robert Herrera believe his young team had a good season, despite the playoff defeat. After starting the season 0-6, The inexperienced Bulldogs team went 5-0, winning district and their first round playoff game.
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Tue
19
Nov

Wildcats prepare for Eastland Mavs

Littlefield defeated Brownfield in the first round of the playoffs and will now face undefeated Eastland. Eastland is a combined 33-4 over the last three seasons, and 28-2 in the regular seasons. The Mavericks reached thhe third round of the playoffs last season and fourth round in 2011.

 

Tue
19
Nov

Sudan set to face biggest challenge

After defeating Crosbyton 41-36, Sudan will now travel to Canyon to face the top ranked 1A football team in the state, Wellington. Coach Gordon Martin said Wellington will be the toughest test of the year for his team.

 

Tue
19
Nov

Girls’ basketball results

Amherst, Olton, Littlefield, Springlake-Earth and Sudan girls’ basketball teams competed Friday and Saturday. Olton defeated New Deal, 43-41, in overtime, to move to 3-1 on the season.

 

Sat
16
Nov

Girls’ basketball enters second week

Marissa Boyer reaches out to pass the ball during Springlake-Earth’s game versus Muleshoe. The Lady Wolverines play Happy on Tuesday.
Olton, Amherst, Springlake-Earth, Littlefield, and Sudan continued their seasons, Tuesday night. The Fillies defeated Floydada, 65-46, with dominate second and fourth quarters. Olton outscored Floydada 18-8 in the second quarter and 21-12 in the fourth quarter.

 

Sat
16
Nov

Sudan defeats Chiefs in friday night thriller

By CHERI SAIN
 
The Sudan Hornets clinched another bi-district championship at Denver City Friday night when they played the Crosbyton Chiefs in a battle to the finish. Sudan would score within the last seconds of the game with a score of 41-36. Crosbyton scored first in the beginning of the game when Crosbyton’s Michael Gutierrez carried 27 yards to finish off a 10-play 61-yard drive for a Chief touchdown. The Pat kick by Isiah Henn was good.

 

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