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UIL Suspends UIL Sanctioned Contests due to outbreak of COVID-19, effective March 16-29, 2020


 

AUSTIN — To support the health and safety of our students and communities, the University Interscholastic League (UIL) is suspending all UIL sanctioned contests due to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Texas. Effective March 16, all UIL interscholastic competition is suspended through March 29.

 

Rehearsals and practices may be held at the discretion of the local school district.

 

“We are urging our member schools and their communities to stay vigilant and take every possible precaution to remain safe and healthy,” said UIL Executive Director Dr. Charles Breithaupt. “We understand there is a lot of uncertainty during this unprecedented time. Please know UIL leadership is working diligently to adjust to this rapidly evolving situation and will share updates as soon as possible.”

 

As this is a fluid situation, the UIL will continue to follow the direction of state and local officials to monitor this situation and will make additional announcements as needed. Please continue to check the UIL website and social media accounts for further updates.

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Bulldogettes fall to Clyde, 9-2


COAHOMA — The Bulldogettes dropped their season opener to the Clyde Lady Bulldogs on Tuesday night, losing 9-2.

 

Clyde racked up four runs scored in the first inning on an RBI double by Maddi Kirksey and a three-RBI home run by Brooke Wilder. Coahoma got out of the inning after outfielder Shae Lang caught a fly ball for the third out.

 

Coahoma third baseman Joycelyn Olivarez zapped the Bulldogettes with a jolt of energy when she homered on a 1-1 pitch to left field, but unfortunately, the rally was short lived. Clyde pitcher Kaitlyn Turner struck out the next batter to retire the side, and the Lady Bulldogs big batters drove in four more runs scored in the second inning.

 

Coahoma pitcher MaKynlee Overton and her team were able to halt Clyde’s onslaught for the rest of the game, however, the Bulldogettes were unable to get their offense going. 

 

Coahoma’s only other score came in the fourth inning when Overton ripped a ground ball to left field for a single which sent Olivarez, who was sitting at third base after she belted a triple, over home plate. Olivarez led Coahoma at bat going 2-for-3 and scored the only two runs for the Bulldogettes. 

 

After a tough start in the circle, Overton sacrificed only one more run over the next five innings. She threw a total of 131 pitches, got 86 strikes including seven strikeouts. 

 

Next: Coahoma (0-1, 14-5-1)  hosts Monahans at 5 p.m. on Friday. The JV game begins at 6:30 p.m.

 

No. 12 CLYDE 9, COAHOMA  2      

 

Clyde: 440 001 0 -- 9 13 0

Coahoma: 100 100 0 -- 2 3 0

 

W — Kaitlyn Turner. L — MaKynlee Overton. 2B: Clyde — Sierra Inman 2, Maddi Kirksey. 3B: Coahoma — Jocelyn Olivarez. HR: Clyde — Brooke Widener; Coahoma — Jocelyn Olivarez. SB: Clyde — Turner, C. Compton. Pitches-Strikes: Clyde —Turner 90-57 (4 strikeouts, 1 walk); Coahoma — Overton 131-86 (7 strikeouts, 2 walks). 

 

Coahoma at-bat: Madison Rodgers, 0-for-2, 1 walk; Ashley Romero, 0-for-3; Jocelyn Olivarez, 2-for-3, 2 runs, 1 RBI; MaKynlee Overton 1-for-3, 1 RBI; Macee Grant 0-for-3; Caitlyn Corley 0-for-2; Kenzi Canales 0-for-2; Shae Lang 0-for-2, Alex Bailey 0-for-2. 

 

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Big Spring's Jocelyn Gonzales qualifies for State Powerlifting Meet


On Saturday, March 7, 2020, the Big Spring Girls Powerlifting team competed at a Regional meet held in Monahans. Jocelyn Gonzales placed 2nd in her weight class. She squatted 400 lbs, Bench pressed 185, and was able to dead lifted 375 lbs. Her total weight lifted was 960 lbs.

 

She qualified for state and will move on to compete in the Girls State Meet on March 20th in Waco.

 

Results for Big Spring Lady Steers who competed on March 7th with Jocelyn are shown below.

 

Team Standings for Big Spring, Region 1, 03/07/2020
Athlete Weight Class BWT Squat Bench Press Dead Lift Total Region Ranking
Bancroft, Olivia 105 101.4 190 95 240 525 5
Pullins, Alyssa 105 104.8 155 80 190 425 13
Pullins, Alyssa 114 107.4 155 90 190 435 28
Green, Amonzaneaq 132 128.4 275 100 275 650 7
Caldwell, April 148 148.2 255 140 280 675 12
Hernandez, Adali 148 146.2 245 110 235 590 21
Hernandez, Valerie 148 140 210 95 260 565 28
Holguin, Giselle 148 141.3 225 85 250 560 29
Lopez, Natalia 148 137.2 185 90 190 465 42
Moore, Rebecca 148 135 170 75 200 445 45
Torres, Alani 165 161.3 300 175 280 755 8
Roberts, Kialyn 165 164.6 255 135 280 670 13
Delgado, Abewi 165 165.2 280 110 230 620 21
Walker, Xilanae 181 174.4 300 180 300 780 5
Johnson, Kayen 181 178 270 150 220 640 10
Caldwell, Jenae 198 191.6 235 130 250 615 16
Johnson, Kayen 198 184.2 225 120 205 550 20
Gonzales, Jocelyn 220 203.1 400 165 375 940 2
Johnson, Jhaniah 220 207.3 340 185 320 845 3
Young, Stephanie 220 212 295 150 280 725 7
Sanchez, Evelyn 259 248.8 310 135 285 730 6
Calvio, Ashlin 97 97 190 100 235 525 5

 

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2 CHS powerlifters qualify for state


 

SEAGRAVES — Coahoma powerlifters Cailey Glover and Christian Everett will compete with the best in the state later this month after qualifying at the Regional 1, Division 3 contest held on Friday in Seagraves.

 

Glover will make her second appearance at state after she placed second in her weight class at regionals. The Cohaoma junior squatted 330 pounds, bench pressed 150 pounds, and deadlifted 305 pounds for a total of 785 pounds. Everett, a freshman, placed sixth in her weight class. She squatted 195 pounds, bench pressed 100, and deadlifted 225 pounds for a total of 520. 

 

Coahoma’s other two regional power qualifiers Serena Dobbs and Kirah Kimball had an outstanding day but didn’t advance. Dobbs placed sixth in her weight class. She squatted 235 pounds, bench pressed 105 pounds, and deadlifted 215 pounds for a total of 555 pounds. Kimball squatted 285 pounds, bench pressed 180 pounds, and deadlifted 270 pounds for a total of 735 pounds. She placed seventh in the meet.

 

The Texas High School Women’s Powerlifting Association state contest is set for March 20 in Waco, Texas.

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Bulldogs finish Hawley/Anson Tournament 2-1


HAWLEY — The Coahoma Bulldogs wrapped up their preseason with two more victories at the Hawley/Anson baseball tournament this past weekend.

 

Coahoma decisively won against Hawley on Saturday, 13-2. Coahoma also picked up a 5-1 win against Early and suffered their first loss of the season after Ballinger knocked in six runs during a fifth-inning rally on Friday. Coahoma fell 4-6. 

 

Zack Schneider led the Bulldogs at bat. He went 7-for10 with three runs and two RBIs. Ky Kemper was 5-for-10 with four runs, and two RBIs. Catcher Gaige Hill got four hits out of seven at-bats and scored two runs and three RBIs. Avry Burgans and Kobe Cervantes hit a double each over the course of the tournament. 

 

Next: The Bulldog JV team will head to a tournament in Lamesa on March 12-14. The Bulldogs (7-1-1) will be back in action on March 17 when they travel to Tuscola for their district opener against Jim Ned. Game time is 7 p.m. The JV will play at 4:30 p.m. 

 

Saturday

COAHOMA 13, HAWLEY 2

 

Coahoma: 013 27 -- 13 15 1

Hawley: 000 20 -- 2 1 5

 

W — Kolt Redden. L — Kolter Willeford. 2B: Coahoma — Kobe Cervantes. HR: Hawley — Willeford. SB: Coahoma — Avry Burgans, Tony Hagins; Hawley — C. Marshall 2.  Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Redden 77-39, Taylor Barnes 14-8; Hawley — Willeford 56-42, C. Conner 41-23, R. Soto 14-9.

 

Friday

COAHOMA 5, EARLY 1

 

Coahoma: 000 23 -- 5 9 3

Early: 000 01 -- 1 1 0

 

SB: Coahoma — Zack Schneider; Early — B. Hudson 2, C. McCullough, T. Tyler. Pitches-Strikes — Coahoma — Avry Burgans 100-50;  Riby Hill 84-51, Jessen Torrant 35-18.

 

COAHOMA 4, BALLINGER 6

 

Coahoma: 002 200 -- 4 9 6

Ballinger: 000 06X -- 6 2 1

 

2B: Coahoma — Avry Burgans; Ballinger — Busenlehner. SB: Coahoma — Brysen Kerby; Ballinger — Bean. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Ky Kemper 82-47, Ballinger — Bowman 83-45, Busenlehner 22-16.

 

Combined tournament stats

Coahoma: AB R H RBI BB

Ky Kemper 10 4 5 2 2

Seth Brooks 8 3 3 1 3

Zack Schneider 10 3 7 2 0

Gaige Hill 7 2 4 3 2

Avry Burgans 8 4 6 3 1

Brant Gartman 5 0 2 4 1

Kobe Cervantes 9 1 4 2 1

Jonathon Schneider 9 1 1 1 1

Brysen Kirby 6 2 1 1 1

 

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Bulldogettes shine at Cross Roads Classic


COAHOMA — The Bulldogettes bounced back from a disappointing 7-4 loss against Andrews on Friday to end the Cross Roads Classic softball tournament with a 4-1-1 record.

 

Coahoma earned solid wins against 4A Monahans (0-4), Hawley (0-4), Wall (0-19), Haskell (0-15), and drew a tie with Eastland (0-0) after the 80-minute tournament time limit ended the game.

 

Madison Rodgers and MaKynlee Overton led an active Bulldogette offense. Rodgers went 7-for-15 during the three-day tournament and brought in three RBIs, nine runs, and drew four walks. 

 

The Coahoma sophomore and 2019 all-state player also blasted her second home run of the season when she knocked one out of the park off the opening pitch by Andrews Jaycee Morales in the first inning.

 

Overton hit her second homer of the season in that same inning with a three-RBI dinger off a 1-1 pitch. She went 7-for-13 at bat over six games with five runs, and six RBIs. Overton threw three shut-outs while in the circle and assisted Bulldogette pitcher Christian Everett with two more. 

 

Next: Coahoma (14-4-1) hosts the 2019 5-3A District Champions, the No. 8 Clyde Lady Bulldogs, at 5 p.m. on Tuesday to open district play. The JV game will begin at 6:30 p.m.

 

Saturday

MONAHANS 0, COAHOMA 4

 

Monahans: 000 0 -- 0 2 1

Coahoma: 101 2 -- 4 6 0

 

W — MaKynlee Overton. L — Karizma Ramirez. 3B: Coahoma — Madison Rodgers. SB: Coahoma — Kenzi Canales, Sydney Rinard, Jocelyn Olivarez; Monahans — C. Marquez 2. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Overton 51-34; Monahans — Ramirez 95-59. 

 

HAWLEY 0, COAHOMA 4

 

Hawley: 000 00 -- 0 3 2

Coahoma: 201 10 -- 4 7 0

 

W — MaKynlee Overton. L — Cait Crow. 2B: — Coahoma — Overton 2. 3B: Coahoma — Madison Rodgers: SB: Coahoma — Rodgers, Caitlyn Corley, Jocelyn Olivarez, Christian Everett. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Overton 58-38, Everett 12-10; Hawley — Crow 84-41.

 

Friday

 

EASTLAND 0, COAHOMA 0

Eastland: 000 000 -- 0 1 1

Coahoma: 000 00X -- 0 2 0

 

2B: Coahoma — Cailtyn Corley; Eastland — Brynna Foster. SB: Coahoma — Christian Everett. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — MaKynlee Overton 73-46; Eastland — Foster 85-54.

 

WALL 0, COAHOMA 19

 

Wall: 000 -- 0 2 6

Coahoma: 1 15 3 -- 19 12 0

 

W — Christian Everett. L — Taylor Hunt. 2B: Coahoma — Ashley Romero. 3B: Coahoma — MaKynlee Overton, Cailtyn Corley, Jocelyn Olivarez. SB: Coahoma — Kenzi Canales, Sydney Rinard, Macee Grant, Madison Rodgers, Shae Lang, Olivarez. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Everett 43-28; Overton 11-7; Wall — Hunt 66-40, R. Kleman 30-11.

 

ANDREWS 7, COAHOMA 4

 

Andrews: 052 0 -- 7 6 0

Coahoma: 400 0 -- 4 4 2

 

W — Jaycee Morales. L — MaKynlee Overton. 2B: Coahoma — Kenzi Canales. HR: Coahoma — Overton, Madison Rodgers. SB: Andrews — J. Ramos. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Overton 94-57; Andrews —  Morales 53-33.

 

HASKELL 0, COAHOMA 15

 

Haskell: 000 0 -- 0 4 4

Coahoma: 430 8 -- 15 10 0

 

W — Christian Everett. L — Laney Hanson. 2B: Coahoma — Kenzi Canales, MaKynlee Overton, Macee Grant, Caitlyn Corley, Jocelyn Ontivarez. SB: Coahoma — Madison Rodgers 3, Olivarez 2, Grant, Romero, Corley, Everett. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Everett 48-33, Overton 14-9; Haskell — Hanson 79-35, C. Benavidez 15-4.

 

Combined tournament stats: 

Coahoma AB R H RBI BB

Madison Rodgers 15 9 7 3 4

Ashley Romero 12 5 3 2 1

Jocelyn Olivarez 14 5 6 5 1

MaKynlee Overton 13 5 7 6 3

Macee Grant 12 5 4 5 2

Caitlyn Corley 11 3 3 2 3

Kenzi Canales 8 4 3 5 3

Shae Lang 7 2 1 2 0

Sydney Rinard 3 2 2 0 0

Alex Bailey 8 3 2 3 1

Christian Everett 6 2 1 0 1

Cailey Glover 1 0 1 0 0

 

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2020 BIG SPRING POWERLIFTING REGIONAL QUALIFIERS


Big Spring High School announced their list of 2020 Powerlifting Regional Qualifiers. They'll be taking 11 Lady Steers and 11 Steers to Regional Meets this month.

 

This is a school record for the number of girls heading to the Girls Regionals meet that will be held this Saturday, March 7, 2020 in Monahans. As for the Boys team, this year BSHS has met another school record with the number of Steers competing next Friday, March 13th at the Boys Regionals meet in Sundown.

 

 

2020 BIG SPRING POWERLIFTING REGIONAL QUALIFIERS

GIRLS                                              

1) ASHLIN CALVIO            -       97   
2) OLIVIA BANCROFT       -       105  
3) AMOZANEAQ GREEN     -       132  
4) APRIL CALDWELL         -       148  
5) ALANI TORRES             -       165  
6) XILANAE WALKER         -       181  
7) KAYEN JOHNSON          -       181  
8) JOCELYN GONZALES     -       220  
9) JHANIAH JOHNSON      -       220   *SCHOOL RECORD FOR # OF REGIONAL QUALIFIERS
10) STEPHANIE YOUNG     -       220   *GIRLS REGIONALS @ MONAHANS ON SATURDAY,
11) EVELYN SANCHEZ       -       259     MARCH 7TH



BOYS

1) MATTOX EVANS            -       114   
2) CRUZ MARTINEZ           -       123
3) KENNY RICHARDSON    -       132
4) LEROY JOHNSON          -       132
5) CONNOR ANDRAE         -       132
6) SHAWN MENDOZA        -       148
7) JOSH LOPEZ                 -       148
8) ROGELIO CERVANTES   -       181
9) ISAIAH RODRIGUEZ     -       220  *TIES SCHOOL RECORD FOR # OF REG QUALIFIERS
10) ANDREW ROBERTS     -       275  *BOYS REGIONALS @ SUNDOWN ON FRIDAY,
11) DANIEL ROBERTS       -       SHW        MARCH 13TH

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Tanner Purchell led the Bulldogs to a third place finish at the Coahoma High School


Invitational golf meet held at Comanche Trail Golf Course on Tuesday.

 

Playing in soggy conditions, the Coahoma freshman shot a team-best of 82 over 18 holes of play. Ky Kemper also had a stand-out day on the links for the Bulldogs. He penciled in a score of 88. A.J. Gutierrez, Cutter Atkins, and Nick Gonzales rounded out the Bulldogs sold performance. Gutierrez carded a round of 103 while Atkins and Gonzales scored 107 and 116 respectively.

 

The Coahoma team ended with a mark of 380, just seven strokes behind Wall. Clyde came in first with a score of 330. Rounding out the top five teams were Forsan and Winters with marks of 382 and 389 respectively.

 

Individually, Coahoma’s Jonathon Schneider, Rance Redden, and Rowdy Atkins played well on Tuesday. Schneider fired off a round of 105 while Redden shot 127 and Atkins turned in a score of 100.

 

On Monday, Julia Cox led the Bulldogettes team in the Coahoma girls tournament also held at the Comanche Trail Park Golf Course. 

 

The high school junior, who placed second in the Forsan tournament held last week, shot a round of 95. She was followed by teammates Makayla Chavez with a score of 107 and Providence Dickson, who carded a round of 108. Hartlie Smithie and Zoie Joslin rounded out the Bulldogette team with marks of 116 and 120 respectively.

 

As a team, the Coahoma girls team finished fourth with a score of 426 and three strokes behind Slaton at 423. Clyde came in first with a mark of 393 edging out Forsan by 17 strokes. Denver City rounded out the top five with a score of 454. 

 

The Coahoma golf team is off to a great start to the season. Last week, the girls team of Cox, Joslin, Chavez, and Smithie finished the Forsan Invitational in second place. The boys team of Kemper, Atkins, Aaron Turnbough, Gonzales, and Purcell finished fourth out of nine teams.

 

Next: Coahoma travels to Baird to play in the Jim Ned High School tournament at the Shady Oaks Golf Club. The girls meet is on March 16 and the boys play on March 18. 

 

Coahoma High School Invitational

Comanche Trail Park Golf Course

Big Spring, March 2-3, 2020 (18-holes)

 

Girls

Team Results (local players only)

 

Coahoma — Julia Cox 95, Providence Dickson, 108, Zoie Joslin 120, Makayla Chavez, 107, Hartlie Smithie 116.

Stanton — Neely Poitevint 120, Zoey Ruiz 116, Jordyn Keeton 107, Savannah Heidleberg 139.

Forsan — Brianna Elliot 95, Sara Tarbet 94, Kacie Hudson 108, Taryn Spivey 114, Faith Raspe 113.

 

Team Standings — 1. Cyde 393, 2. Forsan 410, 3. Slaton 423, 4. Coahoma 426, 5. Denver City 454, 6. Slaton 482.

 

Medalist Standings — 1. Alexis Graham, Clyde 87; 2. Taylor Anchetta, Clyde 90; 3. Kardian Williams, Grady 92.

 

Medalists — Braylee Stone, Colorado 119; Bradlee Phillips, Colorado 131; Lexi Santana, Colorado 134; Lakyn Sandlin, Sands 100; Kardian Williams, Grady 92; Ella Hoff, Fosan 129; Kara Roberts, Garden City 117, Shelby Braden,  Garden City 125.

 

Boys Teams Results (local players only)

 

Coahoma — Ky Kemper 88, Cutter Atkins, 107, Nick Gonzales, 116, Tanner Purcell 82, A.J. Gutierrez 103.

 

Forsan — Rylee Yanez 91, Trevor Cole 102, Cameron Allen 90, Kade Nichols 101, 

Zane Riffe 100.

 

Garden City — Brock Braden 87, Logan Seidenberger 106, Levi McQueen 99, Ryder Gass 117, John Michael Alegria 116.

 

Sands No. 1 — Brycee Hamlin 94, Cash Walker 103, Cody Staggs 102, Riley Webb 121.

 

Sands No. 2 — Anthony Aguilar 127, Jaden Flentge 120, Kaleb King 120, Landon Kelly 111.

 

Stanton — Payton Barnhill 92, Cody Hancock 99, Gavren Moore 114, Nathan Robles 140, David Iseman  121.

 

Team Standings — 1. Clyde 330, 2. Wall 373, 3. Coahoma 380, 4. Forsan 382, 5. Winters 389, 6. Slaton 405, 7. Garden City 408, 8. Sands No. 1 420, 9. Denver City 422, 10. Stanton 426, 11. Sands No. 2 478.

 

Medalist Standings — 1. Carson Andrews, Clyde 73; 2. Gem, Paint Rock 76; 3. Zack Wheat, Winters 77.

 

Medalists (local players only) — A.J. Tomlinson, Sands 109; Nolan Park, Forsan 87; Braden Welch, Grady 83; Angelo Holley, Stanton 140; Jonathon Schneider, Coahoma 104; Rance Redden, Coahoma 127; Rowdy Atkins, Coahoma 100.

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Forsan students recognized on District 7-2A All-Academic list for Basketball, 03-04-2020


Several Forsan Buffs were named to the District 7-2A Academic All-District list. Those recognized were:

 

Cameron Allen - manager
Micah Arzate
Hailey Beall - manager
Ryan Buske
Jonathon Gabehart
Hannah Hillger - manager
Mason Hillger
Cayden Morgan
Ernesto Rivera
Zane Riffe
Sawyer Stallings


 

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5-3A All-District Honors for Boys Basketball


Several area student athletes were recognized as part of the 5-3A All District.

 

Coahoma basketball players recognized were: 1st Team - Zack Schneider and Gaige Hill; 2nd Team - Braydon Smith; Honorable Mention - Isaiah Martin, Braxton Chandler, Tony Hagins; Academic All-District - Gaige Hill, Garrett Anderson, and Jonathon Schneider.

 

 

 

Stanton basketball players recognized were: 1st Team – Cody Beasley and Jackson Lindell; 2nd Team - Chandler Denson and Jordan Tally.

 

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5-3A All-District Honors for Girls Basketball


The 5-3A All-District Honors list for Girls Basketball was recently released.

 

Coahoma Players recognized are as follows:

First Team – Caitlyn Corley, MaKynlee Overton

Second Team – Julia Cox,

Academic All-District – Julia Cox, Caitlyn Corley, Macee Grant, Madison Rodgers, Abbie Lopez, and Victoria Harison.

 

Gabby Rodriguez, Junior from Stanton High School, was also recognized as First Team.

 

Several Forsan Lady Buffs basketball players were also recognized as part of the All-District selections. Those recognized were:

 

Rylee Evans, First Team

Aubrie Smith, Second Team

Katelin Colvin, Honorable Mention

Taryn Spivey, Honorable Mention

Kaeli Woodall, Co-newcomer

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Bulldogs win big at Post Tournament


POST — Ky Kemper ripped a homer on a line drive to center field to propel the Coahoma Bulldogs into a four-run lead against Floydada during the Post High School Baseball Tournament held this past weekend.

 

The Bulldogs, who earlier in the day tied with Post 5-5, went on to score four more runs in the inning to earn a 13-10 victory over the Whirlwinds on Thursday. 

 

Then the CHS sophomore opened the Bulldogs first game on Saturday against West Texas with a homer in the bottom of the first inning. Avry Burgans also dinged one over the fence for the Bulldogs in the same inning.  

 

Coahoma finished the tournament with blowout wins against West Texas (12-4) and Tahoka (11-1). 

 

Kemper went 5-for-9 at bat during the tournament with seven runs, nine RBIs, and a double. Catcher Gaige Hill led the Bulldogs at bat going 8-for-11, 10 RBIs, three doubles, and two triples. Avry Burgans went 5-for-7 at the plate and earned four runs and three RBIs. Seth Brooks (5-for-9, five runs) and Zack Schneider (3-for-6, four RBIs) hit a double each. Schneider also had a triple in the tournament.

 

Next: The Bulldogs (4-0-1) return to Post for a rematch against the Antelopes on Tuesday. 

 

Saturday

TAHOKA 1, COAHOMA 11

 

Tahoka: 001 0 -- 1 1 5

Coahoma:128 X -- 11 5 3

 

2B: Coahoma —Gaige Hill; Tohoka — Nate Resendez.  3B: Coahoma — Gaige Hill. SB: Coahoma —Ky Kemper 4, Seth Brooks 2, Avry Burgans 2, Zack Schneider 2, Billy Staar, Kobe Cervantes. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Brant Gartman 53-33; Tahoka — Nicodemius Ayala 90-40, Alexander Herevia 10-6.

 

WEST TEXAS 4, COAHOMA 12 

 

West Texas: 004 0 -- 4 4 0

Coahoma: 426 X -- 12 8 2

 

2B: Coahoma —Gaige Hill; West Texas — Harvey.  3B: Coahoma — Seth Brooks. HR: Ky Kemper, Avry Burgans; West Texas — Ogarman. SB: Coahoma —Billy Staar 3, Kemper 2, Kobe Cervantes 2, Brooks, Brant Gartman; West Texas — Hernandez. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma —Kobe Cervantes 42-25, Taylor Barnes 11-8; West Texas — Harvey, 68-40, Evans, 28-8.

 

Thursday

COAHOMA 13, Floydada 10

 

Coahoma: 238 -- 13 12 1

Floydada: 055 -- 10 6 3

 

2B: Coahoma —Gaige Hill; Floydada — Jose Lira, L. Holcombe.  3B: Coahoma — Zack Scheider. HR: Ky Kemper (Grand Slam). SB: Coahoma —Avry Burgans, Schneider, Brant Gartman; Floydada — Lira. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Ky Kemper 73-42; Floydada — Lira 66-30, Devan Perez 8-6.

 

COAHOMA 5, POST 5

 

Coahoma: 201 2 -- 5 9 3

Post: 201 2 -- 5 7 1

 

2B: Coahoma —Ky Kemper.  3B: Coahoma — Gaige Hill. SB: Coahoma —Brysen Kerby, Kemper 2, Tony Hagins 2, Zack Schneider; Post — Krece Kirkpatrick 5, Javen Diaz 2, S. Pittman, T. Thetford, M. Dean. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Avry Burgans 82-53; Post — M. Dean 70-50, C. Rankin 7-3.

 

Combined tournament stats

Coahoma AB R H RBI BB

Ky Kemper 9 7 5 9 2

Seth Brooks 9 5 5 1 2

Zack Schneider 6 8 3 4 2

Gaige Hill 11 0 8 10 1

Jonathon Schneider 6 1 2 1 2

Avry Burgans 7 4 5 3 3

Kobe Cervante 5 4 3 2 5

Brant Gartman 7 2 2 2 1

Brysen Kerby 5 2 0 0 2

Billy Staar 1 1 0 0 1

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Bulldogs win 5A/6A bracket at Concho Classic


SAN ANGELO — The Coahoma Bulldogettes rallied from a three-run deficit against the San Angelo Central Lady Cats to win the Concho Classic Softball 5A/6A bracket championship game 7-5 on Saturday night.

 

The Lady Cats took advantage of a few Bulldogette errors to bring in three runs before Coahoma was able to get out of the second inning. However, the third inning was a different story. 

 

Madison Rodgers led Coahoma’s onslaught when she hammered a triple on a fly ball to right field for an RBI. Macee Grant and Caitlyn Corley also hacked out triples of their own for scores. RBIs by Christain Everett, MaKynlee Overton, and Sydney Rinard helped Coahoma to a four-run advantage.

 

San Angelo Central was able to chip away at the deficit with runs in the third and fourth inning before the game ended in the fifth because of the 90-minute tournament time limit.

Overall, Coahoma went 5-1 over the three-day tournament with wins against Bushland (2-0), Brownfield (10-4), and their 2019’s Bi-District opponent Comanche (9-7). The Bulldogettes also won their first game against San Angelo Central on Friday, 6-1. Their only loss of the tournament came against Seminole (1-4.) 

 

Bulldogettes head coach Alex Orosco has been proactive this season in preparing his successful softball squad for district action by adding more preseason games and tougher opponents. Already the Bulldogettes have played four scrimmages, two tournaments and faced two 6A softball teams — Midland High School and San Angelo Central. 

 

Coahoma (10-3) will face Lakeview at home at 5 p.m. on Tuesday and participate in the Big Spring tournament this weekend before opening district action against the 2019 5-3A district champions, the Clyde Lady Bulldogs on Tuesday, March 10. 

 

Saturday’s games

COAHOMA 7, SAN ANGELO CENTRAL 5

 

Coahoma: 007 00 -- 7 7 3

San Angelo: 031 1X -- 5 4 4

 

W —MaKynlee Overton. L — Baylee Fulps. 2B: Coahoma — Jocelyn Olivarez; San Angelo — Ashton McMillian.  3B: Coahoma — Macee Grant, Madison Rodgers, Caitlyn Corley.SB: Coahoma — Rodgers 4, Grant 3, Corley 3, Olivarez 3, Christain Everett; San Angelo — L. Crooks. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Overton 64-44; San Angelo — Fulps 61-48, Talamantes 24-15.

 

BUSHLAND 0, COAHOMA 2

 

Bushland: 000 000 0 -- 0 3 4

Coahoma: 010 100 X -- 2 6 1

 

W —MaKynlee Overton. L — H. Lytal. SB: Bushland — A. Pena. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Overton 94-64; Bushland — Lytal 93-61.

 

Friday’s games

 

SEMINOLE 4, COAHOMA 1

 

Seminole: 013 000 -- 4 5 2

Coahoma: 100 000 -- 1 2 2

 

W — Xyla Madry. L — Alexcia Munoz. 2B: Seminole —Alyssa Olivas, Kassey Gallardo, Erin Lentz. SB: Coahoma — Shae Lang; Seminole — A. Alvidrez. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Christain Everett 22-11, Munoz 39-25, MaKynlee Overton 35-26; Seminole —Madry 74-46.

 

COAHOMA 6, SAN ANGELO CENTRAL 1

 

Coahoma: 001 05 -- 6 5 2

San Angelo: 100 00 -- 1 3 3

 

W — MaKynlee Overton. L —Ashton McMillian. 2B: Coahoma —Overton. SB: Coahoma — Ashley Romero 2, Sydney Rinard, Madison Rodgers, Jocelyn Olivarez; San Angelo — McMillian. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Overton 58-41; San Angelo — McMillian 95-50, Talamantes 20-13.

 

COAHOMA 10, Brownfield 4

 

Coahoma: 073 0 -- 10 9 3

Brownfield: 101 2 -- 4 7 4

 

W — Christain Everett. L —Jalen Franco. 2B: Coahoma —Madison Rodgers. 3B: Brownfield — A. Ramirez. SB: Coahoma — Kenzi Canales; Brownfield — A. Ramirez. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Everett 67-37, Alexcia Munoz 27-14; Brownfield — Franco 63-35, K. Salas 12-7.

 

Thursday’s game

 

COAHOMA 9, COMANCHE 7

 

Coahoma: 215 01 -- 9 8 5

Comanche: 232 0X -- 7 4 4

 

W — Christain Everett. L —Chloe Williams. 2B: Coahoma —MaKynlee Overton, Madison Rodgers, Caitlyn Corley; Comanche —C. Rodriguez. SB: Coahoma — Jocelyn Olivarez, Kenzi Canales, Sydney Rinard, Overton. Pitches-Strikes: Coahoma — Everett 75-51, Comanche — Williams 99-62.

 

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Lady Buffs Basketball Players Recognized in All-District Selections


Several Forsan Lady Buffs were recognized as part of the All-District selections. Those recognized were:

 

Rylee Evans, First Team
Aubrie Smith, Second Team
Katelin Colvin, Honorable Mention
Taryn Spivey, Honorable Mention
Kaeli Woodall, Co-newcomer

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Bulldogs open season with a victory, 02/24/2020


COAHOMA — The Bulldogs capitalized on a couple errors by the Golden Cranes to take a 0-3 lead in the first inning and continued to hold strong through the rest of the game to earn a 0-5 victory for their season opener on Monday. 

 

Zack Schneider led Coahoma at bat going 2-for-3 with one run and a triple. Both Jonathon Schneider and Ky Kemper belted doubles and each earned an RBI. 

 

Taylor Barnes started on the mound for the Bulldogs. He gave up three hits for zero runs and struck out eight batters over four innings. Kobe Cervantes came in as relief in the fifth inning to get the win for Coahoma. He allowed one hit and no runs while striking out five batters.

Next: The Bulldogs will compete at the Post High School baseball tournament Thursday through Saturday.

 

CRANE 0, COAHOMA 5

 

Crane: 000 000 0 -- 0 4 6

Coahoma: 300 011 X - 5 5 1

 

W —Kobe Cervantes. L — Josh Rocha. 2B: Coahoma —Jonathon Schneider, Ky Kemper.  3B: Coahoma — Zack Schneider. SB: Coahoma —Seth Brooks, Z. Schneider, Brysen Kerby. Pitches-Strikes: Taylor Barnes 103-55, Cervantes 36-24, Josh Rocha 44-28, C. Barriga 44-28.


 

Coahoma AB R H RBI BB

Ky Kemper 4 1 1 1 0

Seth Brooks 2 1 0 0 2

Isaac Murillo 3 1 0 0 0

Gaige Hill 2 0 0 0 1

Zack Schneider 3 1 2 0 0

Jonathon Schneider 3 0 1 1 0

Avry Burgans 3 0 0 0 0

Brant Gartman 3 0 0 0 0

Brysen Kerby 2 1 1 0 1

 

 Pitching IP H R ER BB SO

Coahoma

Barnes 4.0 3 0 0 8 8

Cervantes 3.0 1 0 0 1 5

Crane

Rocha 3.0 3 1 0 2 2

C. Barriga 3.0 5 5 1 4 7

 

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High School Basketball Playoff Update, 02/25/20.


Forsan Buffs basketball team competed for the Bi-District Championship against Haskell last night in Hermleigh. Final score was in favor of the Haskell Indians with a final score of 60-43.

 

Tonight, the Big Spring Steers will take on Burkburnett for the Bi-District Championship at Abilene High. Game begins at 6 PM and will be broadcasted by the KBest Sports Crew on The Mighty 1490 AM. 

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Bulldogettes go 5-0 in Slaton tourney


SLATON — The strong arms of MaKynlee Overton and Christain Everett led the Coahoma Bulldogettes to a 5-0 record at the 2020 Sadler Monument Tigerette Softball Tournament this past weekend. 

 

Between the two pitchers, Coahoma had four shutouts and only allowed one run in the game against Roosevelt.

 

The Bulldogettes also dominated at the plate and outscored their opponents 49-1. Overton belted the Bulldogettes’ first homer of the season in their match against Slaton. Madison Rodgers followed with Coahoma's second homer against Ralls. Macee Grant had two triples in the tournament. Overton, Jocelyn Olivarez, and Cailtyn Corley recorded a triple each. 

 

Next: Coahoma (5-1) hosts Midland High School for a non-district game at 5 p.m. on Tuesday at the Coahoma High School softball field. The JV Bulldogettes game will follow. 

 

Saturday

COAHOMA 5, SLATON 0

 

Coahoma: 000 05 --  5 6 0

Slaton: 000  00 -- 0 2 1

 

W —MaKynlee Overton. L — Kaylee Franklin. 3B: Coahoma —Macee Grant. HR: — Coahoma — Overton. SB: Coahoma —Kenzi Canales, Caitlyn Corley, Shae Lang, Christain Everet. Pitches-Strikes: Overton 75-51.

 

COAHOMA 13, RALLS 0

 

Coahoma: 152 23 -- 13 5 1

Ralls: 000 00 --0 1 7

 

W — Christain Everett. L —Cadence Yocom. 3B: Coahoma — Caitlyn Corely. HR: Coahoma — Madison Rodgers. SB: Coahoma — Macee Grant, Rodgers, Ashely Romero, Shae Lang, Jocelyn Olivarez, Everett. Pitches-Strikes: Everett 70-49.

 

Friday

COAHOMA 8, BROWNFIELD 0

 

Coahoma: 013 400 -- 8 10 1

Brownfield: 000 000 -- 0 2 3

 

W — MaKynlee Overton. L — Kamryn Martinez. 2B: Coahoma — Madison Rodgers, Kenzi Canales.  3B: Coahoma — Macee Grant, Overton; SB: Coahoma — Rodgers, Overton, Caitlyn Corley, Christain Everett; Brownfield — B. Franco. Pitches-Strikes: Overton 73-43.

 

COAHOMA 11, DENVER CITY 0

 

Coahoma: 204 5 --  11 10 1

Denver City: 000  0 -- 0 2 1

 

W —Christain Everett. L — Mishleau. 2B: Coahoma —MaKynlee Overton.  SB: Coahoma — Madison Rodgers 2, Macee Grant, Overton, Kenzi Canales 2, Sydney Rinard 4, Caitlyn Corley, Ashley Romero, Jocelyn Olivarez, Shae Lang, Everett 2; Denver City —S. Roberson. Pitches-Strikes: Everett 60-47.

 

COAHOMA 12, Lubbock-Roosevelt 1

 

Coahoma: 322 5 --  12 9 0

Roosevelt: 000 1 -- 1 3 4

 

W —MaKynlee Overton. L — Bri Garcia. 2B: Coahoma —Overton, Jocelyn Olivarez.  3B: Coahoma — Olivarez. SB: Coahoma — Madison Rodgers 2, Cailey Glover 2, Kenzi Canales, Macee Grant, Shae Long, Olivarez, Christain Everett. Pitches-Strikes: Overton 45-28.

 

Combined tournament stats:

Coahoma AB R H RBI BB

Madison Rodgers 14 7 5 4 4

Macee Grant 12 4 5 5 4

Jocelyn Olivarez 16 6 7 4 0

MaKynlee Overton 16 5 7 7 0

Caitlyn Corley 11 4 3 2 3

Ashley Romero 11 3 0 3 2

Alex Bailey 6 0 1 2 0

Kenzi Canales 10 5 4 2 2

Sydney Rinard 8 2 3 2 0

Shae Lang 4 4 3 2 2

Cailey Golver 2 0 0 0 0

Christain Everett 7 4 2 0 4

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Coahoma Youth Baseball Sign-Ups!


Coahoma Youth Baseball sign-ups are going on now through Saturday, Feb. 29th. Ages 14 and under are welcomed to sign up from all over Howard County. Age groups are divided by Ponies, Majors, Minors, and Tee-Ball, and teams are co-ed. 

 

Noel Olivas, Coahoma Youth Baseball Board Member, told KBest News that youth sports are great to get kids outside in fresh air, moving, and learning about wins and losses.

 

"I still remember a lot of the things my coaches told me, more so than when I was older. I didn't realize how big of an influence they'd be. Now that I'm a 40-year-old man, I still think about them."

 

Olivas said that the coaches get together to discuss strategies to help kids across the board and make it a good experience for everyone.

 

Sign-ups will be held from 6-8 pm at the Dairy Queen in Coahoma today, Feb. 24th - Feb. 28th. On Saturday, sign-ups at Dairy Queen in Coahoma will be from 10 am to 12 pm. Cost is $80 per kid, and there are multi-kid discounts available, as well. Plus, there are sponsorship opportunities for those who need it.

 

For more information, contact the Facebook group for Coahoma Youth Baseball.

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Big Spring Steers to compete against Burkburnett for Bi-District Championship on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020.


The Big Spring Steers basketball team will play against Burkburnett for the Bi-District Championship on Tuesday, Feb. 25th, at 6 PM at Abilene High. That game will be broadcasted on The Mighty 1490 AM by the KBest Sports Crew.

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2019-2020 Girls Basketball Play-offs Updates


Coahoma Bulldogettes and the Forsan Lady Buffs basketball teams competed for Bi-District Championships on Monday night, 02/17/2020.

 

The Bulldogettes lost to Cisco with a final score of 56-68.

 

According to Coahoma Media, Coahoma surged in the second quarter to open a five-point lead 29-24 but Cisco came back to end the half up by seven, 31-38. It was a very fast paced game. Cisco would ramp up the score and Coahoma kept pushing back. About two minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Bulldogettes came within five points to tie, 55-60. Fouls hurt them. Six of the last eight points by Cisco came at the charity stripe.

 

Coahoma ended the season 5-7 district, 21-11 which is one of the best seasons in a long time. The Bulldogettes haven’t been to UIL basketball playoffs since 2016. 

 

Forsan Lady Buffs lost to Stamford on Monday night. Final score was 34-54. 

 

Tuesday night, 02/18/2020, the Big Spring Lady Steers will also compete for the Bi-District Championship. They'll be playing against Witchita Falls Hirschi at 8 PM in Anson. That game will be broadcasted live on The Mighty 1490 AM.

 

**Update** Big Spring Lady Steers lost to Hirschi, 41-57.

 

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2-year UIL alignment for all UIL extra-curricular activities for Big Spring High School.


The following is a 2-year UIL alignment for all UIL extra-curricular activities for Big Spring High School.

 

Region 1, Division 1, District 2-4A Football only

Big Spring

San Angelo Lake View

Fort Stockton

Andrews

 

Region 1, District 3-4A All other extra-curricular

Big Spring

San Angelo Lake View

Sweetwater

Snyder

Levelland

Lubbock Estacado

 

2020 – Steer Football schedule

8/28-Vernon (H)

9/4-Lubbock High (H)

9/11-Monahans (H)

9/18-Brownfield (T)

9/25-Clint (H) ******HOMECOMING

10/2-Littlefield (T)

10/9-Pampa (T)

10/16-Bye Week

10/23-Andrews (H)

10/30-Fort Stockton (T)

11/6-San Angelo Lakeview (H)

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LOCATION CHANGE for annual Run 2 Love 2 Run event


Runners participating in the annual Run 2 Love 2 Run event, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 15th, 2020, in Big Spring will experience a nice change of scenery this year. The race, traditionally held at the Big Spring State Park, has been moved to Comanche Trail Park. According to Craig Felty, Race Coordinator for Permian Basin Events, the race will begin and end at the new SM Energy pavilion, which is located between the Dora Roberts Community Center and the historic spring.

 

Felty told KBest News that they had made the change to try and make the race more accessible to people at different fitness levels. This year’s course at Comanche Trail Park, utilizes the old Rose Majers trail, runs past the spring and makes a loop through the park. Felty advised that the new course is an easy mix of road and trail that should be much flatter and faster than the Scenic Mountain course.

 

Online registration for the race is still available at Permianbasinevents.com. Cost for adults is $30, students and children are $20, and the entry fee for teams of 2 competing in the couple’s category is $50. Money raised from this year's race will benefit CASA of West Texas.

 

It should be noted that the entrance roads leading to the golf course and the Dora Roberts Community Center will remain open, but the rest of the park will be closed from 9:30 am – 11 am for the race.

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2020-2021 UIL District Realignments assigned.


The new UIL District realignment announcements were just made. Here are the Football Districts for Big Spring, Forsan and Coahoma. KBEST Media will post the Districts for the other sports shortly as well as other surrounding School Districts.

 

4A Region 1 District 2
Big Spring
Andrews
Fort Stockton
San Angelo Lake View

 

3A Region 1 District 4
Coahoma
Abernathy
Reagan County (Big Lake)
Idalou
Lubbock Roosevelt
Stanton

 

2A Region 1 District 3
Forsan
Anson
Colorado City
Haskell
Hawley
Stamford

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"Run 2 Love 2 Run" scheduled for 02/15/2020


The 5k event Run2Love2Run will be on Saturday, Feb. 15th at 10 AM at the Big Spring State Park. Awards for the top 3 male, female, and couples categories will be given out. There will also be prizes for best Valentine-themed costume. It should be noted that participants must complete the course in costrume to be eligible for a prize. 

This year’s annual Run2Love2Run event will benefit CASA of West Texas.

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Coahoma Softball partners with Bulldog Steel for Futures and Alumni Games


Coahoma Softball has partnered with Bulldog Steel and is proud to announce a Coahoma Futures and Alumni game in which they'll showcase all of their young talented players coming up and allow any and all past Bulldogettes to relive the spirit of the game they came to love. This event will serve as a fundraiser for the Coahoma HS Softball Teams.

 

The Futures Game will consist of a Red and White team and will be a regular (controlled) game. Since it includes girls from different grade levels, matchups will be controlled as best as possible so that there is no obvious disadvantage to the hitter or the pitcher. Teams will be posted on the day of the game. Please Pre-Register on Coahoma ISD Facebook page.

 

The Alumni Game will be a game between alumni players on either a Red or White team. The game will be a regular game with the only exception being the pitching machine. The pitching machine will be set to throw a 55 mph fastball and a 48 mph changeup. Teams will use a live catcher. Teams will be posted the day of the game. Please Pre-Register on Coahoma ISD Facebook Page.

 

There will also be a Home Run Challenge that will be open to anyone (husbands included), and the pitching machine will be set at 55 mph. Using a 33-23 softball bat whomever hits the most Home Runs in the same at bat is declared the Champion. For $10 the participant will get 5 swings. Register on the day of the game.

 

Coahoma Softball will also have team jerseys from previous years for sale to anyone for $10.

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