Sports

WILDCATS THROTTLE ANDREWS AT HOME, 61-35

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The Littlefield Wildcats’ varsity basketball team won their home match-up against the Andrews Mustangs on Monday night, 61-35. With the win, the Wildcats improve to 2-0 overall on the season.

Nettes fall short against Randall, 53-49

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The Sudan Nettes’ varsity basketball team dropped a close contest to the Canyon Randall Lady Raiders on Monday evening, 53-49. With the loss, the Nettes fall to 2-4 overall on the season.

Sudan Hornets earn All-District recognition

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The Sudan Hornets’ varsity football team was well-represented on the Dstrict 2-2A Division II AllDistrict teams. “It was nice to see our kids well represented on the All-District Teams, especially the seniors who have poured so much time and energy into this program,” Head Coach John Cornelius said.

Tip-off

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WINNING THE TIP — Littlefield senior forward, Tyree Jones, leaps up and wins the tip for the Wildcats in their second game of the season at home against the Andrews Mustangs. The Wildcats won the contest, 61-35, at Wildcat Gym. Jones finished the contest with 19 points. (Staff Photo by Derek Lopez)

GETTING TO THE RIM

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GETTING TO THE RIM - Sudan junior guard, Michael Limon, cuts through traffic and gets to the rim for a lay-up, during the Hornets loss to Floydada on Tuesday in their season-opener at home. (Staff Photo by Derek Lopez)

Wolverines well represented on All-District Teams

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The Springlake-Earth Wolverines’ varsity football team bowed out of the play-offs in the Regional round, falling to #2 Borden County. The Wolverines were well represented on the District two AllDistrict teams with junior, Evan DeLeon, winning Six-Man Player of the Year and Head Coach Israel DeLeon winning Six-Man Coach of the year.

WOLVERINES FALL TO COYOTES IN REGIONAL PLAY-OFF

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The Springlake-Earth Wolverines’ varsity football team saw their season come to an end on Friday night in Slaton, at the hands of the Six-Man Division I, #2 Borden County Coyotes, 71-16. With the loss, the Wolverines finish the season with a mark of 7-4 overall, and were District and Bidistrict champions.