According to Coach Lloyd Vedder, Forsan Head Girls Basketball Coach, the Lady Buffs lost to #4 ranked Huckabay 48-36 on Thursday, 12/06/18.
They went on to defeat 5A Ft. Worth South Hills, 61-16 yesterday morning, 12/07/18, and also went on to beat Bellevue 34-20 on Friday.
The Lady Buffs ended the tournament 3-1, defeating Springtown 57-50 to win their bracket.
Game 2 - Coahoma vs Colorado City
STANTON — The Coahoma Bulldogs lost 48-62 to the Colorado City Wolves Thursday night in a wild, fast, hard-fought game between the two district rivals.
The final score doesn’t relay how close and intense the match was. After racing back and forth between the two posts for the opening minute or so of the game, Joe Manning managed to drop the ball in for Coahoma for the first points of the match. Colorado City answered back quickly netting two 3-point goals in a row.
It didn’t take long for Coahoma to respond. Bryson Cline buried a shot from behind the arc to add 3 points to the scoreboard. From then on, the two rival teams traded the lead back and forth during the first half of the game.
The Wolves came out on top by the end of the first quarter with a slim 1-point advantage but by halftime, the two teams headed into the locker room tied 25-all.
Back for the second half, Coahoma and Colorado City continued to play tight, fast ball for the first part of the third quarter then the Wolves started to slowly pull away. Heading into the fourth, the Bulldogs faced an 8-point deficit.
Missed shot and fouls were costly for the Bulldogs in the fourth quarter. The last 10 points earned by the Wolves came from the charity strip. Most of those goals were netted by Colorado City’s Omar Boone, who had a game high of 30 points.
Cline lead the Bulldogs with 18 points followed by Zack Schneider with 17. Cline also netted three 3-point goals.
Coahoma: 15, 10, 10, 13 – 48
Colorado City: 16, 9, 18, 19 – 62
Coahoma: Brice Martin, 2; Joe Manning 5; Zack Schneider, 17; Bryson Cline, 18; Gage Clark 6;
Colorado City: Tracy Smith, 7; Markis Monroe, 10; Bubba Williams, 5; Omar Boone, 30; Jacob Munoz, 7
Free Throws – Coahoma 9-14; Colorado City, 18-24; 3-Point Goals – Coahoma 3 (Cline 3), Colorado City 6 (Monroe 2, Boone, Williams, Smith, Munoz); Total Fouls – Coahoma 13 ; Colorado City 15
Game 1 - Coahoma vs Stanton JV
The Coahoma boys basketball team handily won their match against the Stanton JV Buffaloes 57-22 Thursday.
Gage Clark had a game high of 10 points followed by Zack Schneider with 9 and Joe Manning with 7 to help lead the Bulldogs to a victory.
Coahoma dominated the game from the beginning racking up a whopping 21 points in the first quarter alone while keeping the Stanton JV team to just 2. The Bulldogs continued to score in the double digits for the next two quarters while limiting the Buffaloes to single points throughout the game.
Next: Coahoma will play their last game of the tournament at noon Saturday against a yet to be determined opponent.
Coahoma: 21, 16, 12, 8 — 57
Stanton: 2, 6, 9, 5 — 22
Coahoma: Brice Martin, 5; Sean Striegler 2; Joe Manning, 7; Zack Schneider, 9; Marcus Martinez, 2; Gaige Hill, 5; Bryson Cline, 9; Gage Clark, 10; Burgans, 4; Kolt Redden, 4
Stanton: Austin Hewtty, 8; Bradden Waggoner, 2; Josh Hensley, 2; Nate Lopez, 4; Evan Cox, 2; Adrian De La O, 4
Free Throws — Coahoma 7-19; Stanton 6-20; Total Fouls — Coahoma 19; Stanton 12
2nd Game: Coahoma vs Snyder
Abbie Lopez led the Bulldogettes with 7 points and Cailtyn Corley added 5 more but the team’s effort fell short as Coahoma lost 30-47 against the 4A Snyder Lady Tigers Thursday, 12/06/18.
The Lady Tigers were on top after the first half of the game but the Bulldogettes returned from the locker room with determination to erase their 8 point deficit. And they did just that.
Coahoma tied the match by mid-quarter thanks to the efforts of Cassie Grant, Ashley Romero, Jovi Gonzales and Abbie Lopez. However, the Lady Tigers took back the momentum and reestablished their 8-point advantage by the end of the third. Snyder added 14 more points in the fourth while holding Coahoma to just 5.
Coahoma: 6, 7, 12, 5 – 30
Snyder: 9, 12, 12, 14 – 47
Coahoma: Macee Grant, 2; Ashley Romero, 4; Caitlyn Corley, 5; Peyton Woods, 1; Paige Atkins, 4; Jovi Gonzales, 4; Kenzi Canales, 2; Abbie Lopez, 7; Cassie Grant, 1.
Snyder: Abby Benitez, 2; Jordan Phillips, 1; Melanie Martinez, 6; McKenna Lentz, 6; Kamiah Davis, 23; Natalee James, 9
Free Throws – Coahoma 4-10; Snyder 5-12; Total Team Fouls – Coahoma 15; Snyder 9
1st Game: Coahoma vs Big Spring
Caitlyn Corley led Coahoma with 5 points followed by Paige Akins and Abby Lopez with 3 each in the Bulldgottes loss against the 4A Big Spring Lady Steers, 19-46.
The Coahoma girls went head-to-head with the Lady Steers at the start of the game only allowing Big Spring to get a slim 2-point advantage by the end of the first quarter.
By the second, the Lady Steers took control and kept Coahoma to single digits on the scoreboard for the rest of the match.
Big Spring’s Amber Martinez had a game high of 15 points followed by her teammate Tristan Smith with 11. Martinez and Logan Terrazes netted a 3-point goal each.
Coahoma : 8, 2, 6, 3 — 19
Big Spring: 10, 12, 10, 14 — 46
Coahoma: Ashley Romero, 2; Cailtyn Corley, 5; Paige Atkins, 3; Jovi Gonzales, 2; Kenzi Canales, 2; Abbie Lopez, 3; Cassie Grant, 2
Big Spring: Amber Martinez, 8; Alexis Starr, 2; Kayleigh Penny, 15; Jacqueline Belew, 1; Logan Terrazes, 5; Tristan Smith, 11; Alex Enriquez, 2; Alissa Cervantes, 2.
Free Throws — Coahoma 5-11; Big Spring 16-30; 3-Point Goals — Big Spring 2 (Martinez, Terrazes); Total Team Fouls — Coahoma 18; Big Spring 14
Last game was played against Pecos at 10:30 AM on 12/08/18.
Bulldogettes 50, Pecos 53.
According to a statement made by Big Spring Superintendent Jay McWilliams, the BSISD administration is excited to announce that Mike Ritchey will move from Interim Athletic Director status to the Athletic Director’s position immediately. Mr. Ritchey will continue to serve as the Big Spring High School Principal concurrently with his Athletic Director’s position.
The district intends to make arrangements for administrative support at the high school so that Mr. Ritchey has time available to address the needs of both the athletic department and the high school. Additionally, the district administration will post a Head Football Coach position on its website and looks forward to finding and hiring an exceptional individual to lead the football program at Big Spring ISD.
BULLDOGS CLIP OWLS
COAHOMA — Gage Clark netted two 3-point goals in the fourth quarter to help salt away the Bulldogs 39-27 victory over the Reagan County Owls Tuesday night.
The Coahoma High School senior had a game high of 13 points at the board with most of his baskets coming in the second half.
Coahoma nabbed the first score of the match and never looked back leading throughout the game. By the half, the Bulldogs had a 6 point advantage over the Owls. Although scoring on both sides was slow in the second and third quarter, the game pick up in the fourth.
Clark started off the quarter burying two shots behind the arc and added two more points to the scoreboard to increase the lead 33-20. Braxton Chandler dropped the ball in under the post for 2 and Joe Manning finished off the game for Coahoma with a flourish by nailing two free throws and later completing a layup for 2 more points with 1:02 left in the game. Manning brought in a total of 8 points for the night.
Next the Bulldogs will head to Stanton to compete in the Hooptown Classic. Coahoma faces off against the Stanton JV at 1:30 p.m. Thursday.
Earlier in the evening, the Bulldog JV team lost to the Owls 15-26.
Stats: Coahoma Bulldogs vs Reagan County Owls
Coahoma: 12, 5, 8, 14 — 39
Reagan County: 7, 4, 7, 9 — 27
Coahoma — Brice Martin, 2; Braxton Chandler, 4; Joe Manning, 8; Zack Schneider, 5; M. Martinez, 2; Gaige Hill, 2; Bryson Cline, 3; Gage Clark, 13.
Reagan County —Jaden Gonzalez, 9; Seth Hernandez, 3; Isaiah Perez, 2; Pablo Hernandez, 5; Isaac Perez, 2; Jacob Gallegos, 2; Justin Chavez, 4.
Free Throws — Coahoma, 5 - 12; Reagan County 7 - 9; Three Point Goals — Coahoma 2 (Gage Clark); Reagan County 2 (S. Hernandez; P. Hernandez); Total Fouls — Coahoma 17; Reagan County, 10.
BULLDOGETTES WITHSTAND OWL ATTACK
COAHOMA — Bulldogettes fans were treated to an exciting ending as the Reagan County Lady Owls nearly wrestled away a Coahoma victory with seconds left in the game.
After trading the lead back and forth over three quarters in the close fought match, the Lady Owls went on a 7 point run in the last three minutes cutting down Coahoma’s lead from 10 to 3. However, the Bulldogettes got position of the ball with seconds left and saved the 35-32 win.
Cailtyn Corley, who had a game high of 16 points for the night, and Cassie Grant were instrumental in the victory. Together, the two girls brought in 14 of Coahoma’s 17 points in the second half.
In the first half, Reagan County sat on top with a 4 point lead by the end of the first quarter and a slight 2 point lead by the half.
Returning from the locker room, the Bulldogettes took control of the scoreboard when C. Grant buried a shot behind the arc to help the Bulldogettes take over 21-20. Then field goals by Corley and Paige Atkins, who also went 4-4 at the charity strip, widen the score to 28-25 by the end of the third quarter.
Combined, Corley and Grant added 7 more points to give Coahoma a 10 point cushion in the fourth then the Lady Owls made their run.
Next, the varsity Bulldogettes will compete in the 3 day Hooptown Classic tournament hosted by Stanton ISD. Coahoma faces Big Spring for the first game at 9 a.m. Thursday.
Earlier in the evening, the Bulldogette JV team lost to Reagan County, 22-37.
Stats: Coahoma Bulldogettes vs Reagan County Lady Owls
Coahoma: 8, 10, 10, 7 — 35
Reagan County: 12, 8, 5, 7 — 32
Coahoma — Macee Grant, 2; Caitlyn Corley, 16; Paige Atkins, 8; Jovi Gonzales, 2; Abby Lopez, 1; Cassie Grant, 6.
Reagan County — M. De La Cruz, 2; C. Flores, 4; S. Sosa, 4; N. Goodloe, 2; S. Darr, 2; P. Baggett, 3; C. Cervantes, 2; M. Hernandez, 13
Free Throws — Coahoma 6 - 12; Reagan County 6 - 11 ; Three Point Goals — Coahoma 1 (C. Grant); Total Fouls — Coahoma 16; Reagan County 13
Stanton Varsity Buffaloes basketball teams are competing in the Meadow Tournament this weekend, Nov. 29 - Dec. 1, 2018.
Yesterday, 11/29: Stanton Varsity 55 - Post 69
Today, 11/30: Stanton Varsity 69- Kress 22
JV is also at the tournament and will play against Kingdom Prep at 4:30 PM today.
Updates will be posted as they become available, thanks to Coach Joshua Tally, Stanton Boys Basketball.
The 8th grade A team defeated Lamesa Thursday 35-9. It was a great defensive effort by the Lady Steers. Emily Matthews, Elaina Arredondo, Katelyn Haynie and Jalen Sykes all played great defense. On offense Kortney Moore was the high scorer and Daniah Wrighter also scored some baskets.
8th grade B team came out with a win over Lamesa, 27-8, playing tough offense and defense. Our top scorers were Kaydence Canales with 9 points, Kailie Fierro with 6 points and Kiersten Furuya with 4 points. Valerie Barrios, Miranda Young and Mia Bustamante added not only points but tough defense and offense. Taylor Partlow, Genevieve Bedinger and Kristen Bermea were all strong on defense and offense, helping the Team pull off the win.
The 7th grade A Lady Steers fell to Lamesa last night. Briana Rivera and Julianna Fraser led the way on offense. Delaney Moreno, Kylee Haynie, and Maddison Hamm led out on defense. They fought hard, and the team will keep fighting.
7th rade B fell to Lamesa (4-26). The girls played hard on defense, with Angelina Rivera and Abigail Huffstutler leading them. Kendra Banks and Carolina Arguijo leading on offense. All the girls worked really hard and continue to improve.
BULLDOGETTES FALL TO LADY WILDCATS
The Coahoma Bulldogettes lost to the Grady Lady Wildcats 37-55 in basketball action Tuesday night, 11/27/18, at Howard College.
Ashley Romero led the Bulldogettes on offense. She netted 8 points including one three-point goal in the third quarter. Caitlyn Corley added 7 more and nailed all five of her free throws.
The Lady Wildcats had a strong first half building up a 14-point advantage over the Bulldogettes as the two teams headed to the locker room with the score at 28-14 Grady. However, Coahoma surged back in the third quarter to net 17 points. Romero and Corley accounted for 11 of those points. The Grady girls also scored in the double digits bringing in 12.
The Lady Wildcats then dominated in the fourth quarter with a 15-point drive while holding Coahoma to just 6.
Earlier in the evening, the Coahoma-Grady JV game came to an exciting end. Coahoma lost to the Lady Wildcats 23-25 in overtime.
Next: Friday’s game between the Coahoma and Haskell has been canceled. The Coahoma ISD Athletic Department is searching to fill the game slot.
Points per Quarter
Coahoma: 7, 7, 17, 6
Grady: 15, 13, 12, 15
Coahoma - Ashley Romero, 8; Caitlyn Corley, 7; Cassie Grant, 5; MaKynlee Overton, 4; Kenzi Canales, 4; Jovi Gonzales, 3; Paige Atkins, 2; Abby Lopez, 2; Macee Grant, 1; Peyton Woods, 1.
Grady - Raina Short, 25; Jayden Rodriquez, 11; Maddy Garza, 6; Haydn Burge, 4; Ashley Hill, 3; Sage McAnally, 2; Grace Williams, 2; Grace Price, 2.
Fouls - Coahoma - 12-20 ; Grady - 8-15; Three Point Goals - Coahoma - 1 (Romero); Grady 5 (Short, 3; Rodriquez, Hill); Total Team Fouls - Coahoma - 17; Grady - 14.
Bulldogs top Wildcats
Gage Clark had a game high of 17 points to lead the Bulldogs to a 43-26 victory against the Grady Wildcats Tuesday night at Howard College.
Clark and Bryson Cline scored 1 three-point goal each and Joe Manning racked up 5 steals in the game for the Bulldogs.
Earlier in the evening, the JV Bulldogs lost to Grady in a close match, 31-33.
Next: Friday’s game against Abernathy has been canceled because the Antelopes are still in football playoffs. The Coahoma ISD Athletic Department is searching for another opponent.
Coahoma - Gage Clark, 17; Bryson Cline, 9; Joe Manning, 7; Zack Schneider, 6; Gaige Hill 4; Kolt Redden, 2; Brice Martin, 2;
Grady - Pelloetier 3; Cassell, 2; Jimenez, 2; Reyna, 4; Cox, 5; Rodriguez, 10.
Rebounds - Coahoma - Manning, 6; Schneider, 3; Cline, 2; Clark, 9; Assists - Coahoma - Manning, 2; Schneider, 1; Hill, 2; Cline, 2; Clark, 1; Steals - Coahoma - Martin, 2; Manning, 5; Schneider, 2; Hill 2; Cline, 2; Redden, 2; Clark, 1; 3-Point Goals - Coahoma, 2 (Cline, Clark); Grady, 1 (Pelloetier)
(Information provided by Coahoma Media.)
Forsan Lady Buffs Varsity team defeated Klondike, 58-37.
Rylee Evans finished with 24 points. Macey Evan's followed with 14. According to Forsan Head Girls Basketball Coach Lloyd Vedder, the team went 15/19 at the line last night.
Forsan Buffs lost a close game to Klondike last night. Final Score was Forsan 46, Klondike 51.
Kobe Richardson had 31 points, 5 of which were threes from 7-8 ft away, 10 rebounds, and 4 steals. Jonathon Gabehart scored 6pts, and had 3 steals.
The next game for both Forsan teams will be on Friday at Howard College against Pecos. Varsity Girls play at 5, and Varsity Boys play at 6:30 PM.
Box Scores and other Stats for Forsan Buffs Varsity Boys v. Klondike, 11/27/18
Forsan - 11-2’s, 6-3’, 7/17 for 46
Klondike - 12-2’s, 3-3’s, 18/30 for 51
JV Boys Final Score:Forsan 33, Klondike 19
(Information provided by Forsan Basketball Coaches LLoyd Vedder, and Cory Richardson.)
Head Football Coach and Athletic Director Mitch McLemore has been reassigned to the Big Spring Intermediate campus where he will serve as an administrator. Big Spring High School Principal Mike Ritchey will serve as the Big Spring ISD Interim Athletic Director while the Central Office administration thoroughly evaluates how it should address the need for an Athletic Director and Head Football Coach.
Big Spring ISD Superintendent Jay McWilliams stated that the district is grateful to Coach McLemore for his contributions to the school district, their students, and to the greater community. He went on to say that they look forward to benefiting from Coach McLemore's service in his new role.
Big Spring Steers Football players received All-District recognition for their season in District 2-4A Division 1 Football All-District 2018! #STEERSTRONG
IRON MAN Jack Everett - Senior
1st Team Offense
QB Ethan Cortez -Sophomore
RB Sephaniah Nelson - Junior
WR DJ Molina -Senior
WR Jeremiah Cooley -Senior
OL AJ Gonzales- Senior
1st Team Defense
LB Abel Clark - Junior
2ND Team Defense
DL Andrew Roberts -Junior
LB Brett Berringer -Senior
DB Domiono Cole -Senior
Offense Honorable Mention
RB Orlando Sanchez –Sophomore
OL CJ Enriquez -Junior
OL Brendan Garcia - Junior
SR Quemarian Lewis - Sophomore
Defense Honorable Mention
LB Izaiha Valle -Junior
DT Aaron Juarez -Senior
DT Rodger Eddington -Senior
Bi-District Champions Big Spring Steers will be playing Hereford Whitefaces on Friday, November 23rd at 7 PM at Bulldog Stadium in Plainview. You can listen to that game on KBest Country 95.7 FM broadcasted by the KBest Crew of Zach Campbell and Jamie Scott.
The number 2 nationally ranked Garden City Bearkats will be battling the number 9 state ranked Borden County Coyotes at 3 PM on Saturday afternoon, November 24th, at Wolf Stadium in Colorado City. You can listen to that game live on 94.3
COAHOMA - Gage Clark had a game high of 14 points and Bryson Cline added 12 more to help lead the Bulldogs to a decisive 79-23 win against the Midessa Homeschool Warriors Monday night.
The Bulldogs were dominate in the first half scoring 52 points while keeping the Warriors to single digits in both quarters. Coahoma was also deadly behind the arc netting seven 3-point baskets for the evening. Gaige Hill and Cline had two each.
Clark and Brice Martin, who had 11 points for the night, helped cap off a productive first half with a little excitement. With 25 seconds left, Clark threw down a slam dunk for 2 followed by Martin, who buried a shot with 3 seconds left.
Returning from the break, the Bulldogs continued to score in the double digits racking up 27 points while keeping the Warriors to just 9 before the final buzzer sounded.
Next: The Bulldogs return to action on Tuesday, Nov. 27, against the Wildcats in Grady. The JV game starts at 5:15 p.m. with the varsity game set for 8 p.m.
Points per Quarter
Coahoma: 21, 31, 13, 14 - 79
Midessa: 8, 6, 8, 1 - 23
Coahoma: Gage Clark, 14; Bryson Cline, 12; Brice Martin, 11; Braxton Chandler, 9; Isaac Murillo, 7; Joe Manning, 6; Gaige Hill, 6; Isaiah Martin, 5; Sean Striegler, 4; Zack Schneider, 3; Daniels, 2.
Midessa - Edwards, 8; Chavez, 8; Barrego, 4; Cooley, 2; Graham, 1
Free Throws - Coahoma 6-12; Midessa 5-12; 3-point baskets - Coahoma 7 (Hill - 2, Cline - 2; Murillo, B. Martin, I. Martin); Slam Dunk - Coahoma 1, (Clark); Total Fouls - Coahoma 14; Midessa 11; Fouled Out: None
Basketball Sign Ups Are Still Going On through Dec 4th at the YMCA of Big Spring. Cost is $70 for Y-Members and $80 for Non-Members. Divisions range from Pre-K through 7th grade.
If you need help with the registration fees, the YMCA has a scholarship program that can help, but scholarship forms MUST be completed and turned in by December 1st.
For more information, contact Dathan Jones at 432 254-9949.
Big Spring Lady Steers had a big win over Ozona. Final score was 62-25. The next game for Big Spring will be against San Angelo Central at Steer Gym. Varsity plays at 6 PM.
Big Spring's Boys teams will be traveling today to compete against Odessa High. Varsity plays at 6:30 PM. Tomorrow they'll play against the Mustangs in Andrews at 8 PM.
FORSAN - The Bulldogettes placed fourth in the Forsan Tip Off Classic gold bracket ending the three-day tournament with a 2-3 record.
Facing two tough teams on Saturday, Coahoma (3-5) fell 23-52 to Merkel in game 1 and 24-51 to Forsan in game 2.
Caitlyn Corley and MaKynlee Overton continue to lead the Bulldogettes on offense this season. Corley had a game high of 11 points for the Coahoma team against the Lady Buffs and Overton led the Bulldogettes with 11 points in the Merkel game. Macee Grant hit a 3-point basket in the third quarter of the game against Merkel.
Next: Coahoma returns to Forsan on Tuesday to face off a second time with the Lady Buffs on their own territory. The JV game begins at 4:30 p.m. followed by the varsity at 6:30 p.m.
Coahoma vs Forsan.
Points per Quarter
Coahoma: 1, 6, 9, 8 - 24
Forsan: 15, 13, 16, 7 - 51
Individual points - Coahoma, Caitlyn Corley, 11; Cassie Grant, 6; Kenzi Canales, 2; Ashley Romero, 2; Macee Grant, 2; MaKynlee Overton, 1 - Forsan, M.Evans, 13; M. Willard, 12; R. Evans, 9; M. Arzate, 6; E. Garcia, 4; T. Spivey, 3; M. Smith, 2; B. Lindsey, 2.
Free Throws - Coahoma 4-10; Forsan 5-8; 3-point goals - Forsan 2 (R. Evans, M. Evans); Total Fouls - Coahoma - 7; Forsan - 13; Fouled out - None
Coahoma vs Merkel
Points per Quarter
Coahoma: 7, 5, 5, 6 - 23
Merkel: 17, 12, 10, 13 - 52
Individual Points - Coahoma, MaKynlee Overton, 11; Macee Grant, 5; Ashley Romero, 4; Caitlyn Corley, 2; Cassie Grant, 1; - Merkel, Pursley, 17; O’Malley, 10; White 6; Hays, 6; Salazar, 5; Gilbreath, 3; Freeman, 3; White, 2.
Free Throws - Coahoma 6- 12; Merkel 3-10; 3-point goals - Coahoma - 1 (M. Grant); Merkel 7 (Pursley, 3, Hays, 2, Salazar, Freeman), Total Fouls - Coahoma - 13 ; Merkel - 12; Fouled out - None
Coahoma Quarterback Zack Schneider has been named the Built Ford Tough Player of the Week for Class 3A for his outstanding performance during the Coahoma/Roosevelt game held on Friday, Nov. 9.
“This is a very prestigious honor and well deserved,” said Bulldog Head Football Coach Chris Joslin. “Zack is the example of a team player who carries himself the right way. His self-discipline and can-do attitude makes him an outstanding leader for this Bulldog team.”
Ford Motor Company’s Player of the Week program honors six student-athletes in each of the state’s six athletic classifications each week during the 2018 regular season.
In last Friday’s game against the Eagles, Schneider carried the ball 24 times for 311 yards and five touchdowns four of which came in the second half. His standout performance last Friday also included a 99-yard touchdown run which was called back because of a penalty.
Schneider’s workhorse attitude on the field has helped lead the Bulldogs into the playoffs. Over the season, the Coahoma High School junior has carried the ball 206 times for a total of 1743 yards and he has 26 touchdowns.
“We are so proud of Zack,” said CHS Principal Christina Cox. “He is an all-around amazing, talented, goodhearted kid who is always thinking of his fellow students and teammates before himself.”
As a Built Ford Tough Player of the Week, Schneider is eligible for the Ford Player of the Year for 3A. He will be featured on the Built Ford Tough Player of the Week website along with the five other players of the week chosen from around the state. To visit the page go to https://fordplayeroftheweek.com/
COAHOMA - The Coahoma Bulldogettes (1-2) lost a heartbreaker to the Post Lady Antelopes Tuesday night as the game slipped away in the final minutes of the match. Post won 43-36.
From the start, the two teams traded the lead throughout the tight-scoring game. Neither basketball squad could get more than a small advantage before the other caught up and pulled ahead.
By the first quarter, Post had a slim 1-point cushion over the Coahoma squad, but by halftime the Bulldogettes headed to the locker room ahead by 2 (20-18).
After returning for the second half, both teams continued the fight. At one point in the third quarter, the Bulldogettes looked as if they were close to breaking the stalemate when Abbie Lopez buried her shot with 3:23 left. That goal left Coahoma ahead by 4 (27-23).
However, the Lady Antelopes surged back pulling within 1 to tie. Then Jovi Gonzales sank the ball into the net from behind the charity strip and Caitlyn Corley netted a field goal to leave the score at 30-26 Bulldogettes.
Once again, Post pulled ahead by 1 point (31-32) in the fourth quarter, yet the Bulldogettes were not finished. Kenzi Canales hit a 3-pointer as the clock ticked down to 5 minutes and Ashley Romero sank one of her two free throws to put the Bulldogettes up by 3 (35-32).
Unfortunately for Coahoma, the momentum of the game switched back the Lady Antelopes who took full advantage to score 11 points and wrapped up the match.
Corley had a game high of 12 points for the Bulldogettes. Teammates Romero and Canales were next with 6 and 5 respectively.
Next: The Bulldogettes head to Forsan for the Tip Off Classic, held Thursday through Saturday. Coahoma is set to play Garden City (4-0) at 11:30 a.m. and then the Big Spring High School JV team at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.
Points per Quarter
Coahoma 10, 10, 10, 6 - 36
Post 11, 7, 10, 15 - 43
Coahoma: Caitlyn Corley, 12; Ashley Romero, 6; Kenzi Canales, 5; Abby Lopez, 4; Paige Atkins, 4; Jovi Gonzales, 3; Macee Grant, 1; Cassie Grant, 1.
Post: M. Perez, 15; A. Jenkins, 8; S. Hernandez, 6; L. Turner, 5; K. Finch, 3; A. Moreno, 2; K Greathouse, 2; A. Gomez, 2.
Coahoma: Canales, 1.
Post: M. Perez, 2; A. Jenkins, 1
1st half: Coahoma - 9, Post - 7
2nd half - Coahoma - 10, Post - 10
Coahoma - Madison Rogers had an outstanding night Tuesday netting 21 points for the JV Bulldogettes during their game against the Post Lady Antelopes. Coahoma lost the match 31-46. With the loss, the JV Bulldogettes fall 1-2 for the season.
Points per Quarter
Coahoma: 9, 3, 11, 8 - 31
Post: 13, 9, 13, 11 - 46
Coahoma: Madison Rogers, 21; Katlyn Johnson, 4; Vada Cortez, 3; Kaylie Kacznyk, 2; Serenity Watts, 1
COAHOMA - The 2019 senior class of Coahoma High School will take one last walk together on the football field following the end of last home game Friday.
“The senior class will line up on the goal line on the south end of the football field,” said CISD Head Football Coach and Athletic Director Chris Joslin. “They will lock arms, and we will play ‘5 more minutes,’ (by Scotty McCreery). When the song begins, they will walk together the length of the field.”
The walk will occur following the end of the Coahoma Bulldogs/Roosevelt Eagles varsity game and after the playing of the CHS school song. Parents, family, and friends are asked to keep the field clear during this time.
“When they reach the north end zone, they can visit with family and friends and take pictures and so on,” Joslin said. “The football team will line up on our sideline while they do this. Please let these kids have one last time as a class on this field together.”
The varsity game will begin at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Bill Easterling Memorial Stadium in Coahoma.
“This is a big game here at home, and I hope to see everyone there to support our boys and to also celebrate this senior class,” Joslin said.
Congratulations to Big Spring Lady Steers Volleyball team for the following honors!!
Logan Terrazas who was named ALL-DISTRICT DEFENSIVE MVP for the season!
Kayleigh Penny was also named to 1ST TEAM ALL-DISTRICT.
Ryen Terrazas and Hannah Bell both made 2ND TEAM ALL-DISTRICT.
HONORABLE MENTIONS were received by Keila Yanez, MacKenzie Rodriquez, Amber Martinez, Kalyn Whitehead, Hayden Bell, Olivia Bancroft, and Robyn Evans.
ACADEMIC ALL DISTRICT - Ryen Terrazas, Hannah Bell, Keila Yanez, MacKenzie Rodriquez, Kalyn Whitehead, Hayden Bell, Olivia Bancroft, Robyn Evans, Logan Terrazas, Kayleigh Penny, Amber Martinez, Marissa Aguilar, and Gabby Lopez
Coahoma Bulldogette MaKynlee Overton was named to 1st Team All-District 5-3A, and Caitlyn Corley was named to 2nd Team All District 5-3A. Paige Atkins, Cassie Grant, Jaydan Mann, Julia Mashburn, and Ashley Romero all received All-District honorable mentions.
(Photos contributed by Coahoma Media.)
Big Spring Cross Country runner Roman Perez competed in the State Cross Country Meet in Round Rock over the weekend. He finished 37 out of 152 with a time of 16:48.
Here are the scores from Friday night’s area high school football games.
The Coahoma Bulldogs fell to Colorado City Wolves with a final score of 33 to 13. Sonic Players of the Game for the Bulldogs were offensive player Gage Hill and defensive player of the game went to Joe Manning.
The Big Spring Steers fought hard during their home game against the Seminole Indians. Final score was Seminole 34, Big Spring 20. The Sonic Players of the Game for the Steers were offensive player Orlando Sanchez and defensive player Chris Enriquez. The Big Spring Collision Big Hit of the Game went to Isaiah Valle.
The Stanton Buffaloes lost to the Idalou Wildcats. Final score was 69-0. Sonic Players of the Game for Stanton were offensive player Devin Simpson and defensive player Jaxson Lindell.
The Forsan Buffaloes lost to Hawley, 45-0.
Other area schools:
Seminole HS 34 Big Spring HS 20
Hawley HS 45 Forsan HS 0
Colorado HS 33 Coahoma HS 13
Idalou HS 69 Stanton HS 0
Garden City HS 56 Highland HS 6
Grady HS 34 Klondike HS 14
O'Donnell HS 48 Sands Cisd 12
Andrews HS 55 Lake View HS 14
Lubbock-Cooper HS 31 Wylie HS 12
La Vega HS 57 Brownwood HS 19
Fort Stockton HS 36 Sweetwater HS 23
Snyder HS 53 Lamesa HS 13
Greenwood HS 30 Monahans HS 21
Abernathy HS 61 Roosevelt HS 6
Alpine HS 14 Reagan County 0
Mccamey HS 12 Iraan HS 6
Winters HS 24 Ozona HS 13
Robert Lee HS 50 Paint Rock School 0
Permian HS 38 Frenship HS 10
Lee HS 49 Midland HS 28
Tascosa HS 35 Odessa HS 21
Trinity HS 34 Abilene 16
Water Valley HS 84 Westbrook School 63
Brownwood - The Bulldogettes ended their season Tuesday night after facing the No. 1 seed in District 6, the Eastland Lady Mavs, in a Bi-District playoff game. Coahoma fell in three sets 25-21, 25-16, 25-17.
On offense, MaKynlee Overton led the way for Coahoma. The sophomore recorded 7 kills in the game followed by senior Paige Atkins with 3. Seniors Jaydan Mann and Cassie Grant powered out an ace a piece. Mann and senior Julia Mashburn both had 5 assists a piece.
Kills: MaKynlee Overton, 7; Paige Atkins, 3; Kirah Kimball, 2; Cailtyn Corley, 1; Ashley Romero, 1; Julia Mashburn, 1.
Aces: Jaydan Mann, 1; Cassie Grant, 1.
Blocks: Corley, 2; Atkins, 1; Romero, 1; Overton, 1; Mashburn, 1.
Assists: Mashburn, 5; Mann, 5; Corley, 1; Julia Cortez, 1.
Digs: Overton, 4; Grant, 3; Mashburn, 2; Romero, 2; Corley, 1.