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Local High School Basketball scores for 01/15/2021.


Stanton Lady Buffs and Buffs won their games over Compass Academy. Lady Buffs won with a final score of Stanton 48, Compass Academy 4. Buffs won with a final score of Stanton 77, Compass Academy 34. Stanton will host Sonora at home tomorrow, Jan. 19, 2021. Varsity Lady Buffs play at 6 PM and Buffs follow at 7:30 PM.

 

 

Forsan Buffs and Lady Buffs won their games over Winters. Final score for the Buffs was Forsan 36, Winters 31. Final score for the Lady Buffs was Forsan 63, Winters 24. Tomorrow, Jan. 19, 2021, Forsan will compete against the Colorado City Wolves in Colorado City. Varsity Lady Buffs play at 6:30 PM and the Buffs will follow at 8 PM.

 

 

Coahoma Bulldogettes lost to Sonora on Friday. Final score was Coahoma 43, Sonora 44. Coahoma Bulldogs won over sonora, final score was 64-53. Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021, Coahoma will host the Reagan County Owls at home. Varsity Bulldogettes play at 6 PM and Varsity Bulldogs play at 7:30 PM.

 

 

Big Spring Steers lost to Levelland Lobos, final score 65-40. Big Spring Lady Steers lost to Levelland with a final score of 70-19. The next set of games for Big Spring will be against Sweetwater. Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021, the Lady Steers will play in Sweetwater at 7:30 PM. Steers will host the Mustangs at Steer Gym at 7:30 PM. Listen to a live broadcast of that game on The Mighty 1490 AM and the new FM 103.9.

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Big Spring powerlifting teams dominate Big Spring Invitational, Jan. 9, 2021.


Big Spring powerlifting teams came out with a strong start at the Big Spring Invitational that was held on Saturday, Jan. 9, 2021.

 

Out of the 24 students competed in the event from Big Spring, 16 medaled. Those coming in 1st in their respective weight classes were Xilanae Walker, Joceylyn Gonzales, Jhaniah Johnson, Mattox Evans, Josh Lopez, Shawn Mendoza, and Isaiah Rodriguez. Those coming in 2nd were Ashlin Calvio, April Caldwell, Kenny Richardson, and Isaiah Johnson. Conner Andrae placed 3rd, Isaiah Holloway and Raleigh Eddington placed 4th, and Adali Hernandez and Rebecca Rodriguez both placed 5th in their respective weight classes.

 

Overall, the Big Spring Boys placed 1st and the Big Spring Girls placed 2nd. 

 

 

 

Weight Class

Place 

Name

Squat 

Bench

Subtotal 

Deadlift 

Total 

105

2nd

Ashlin Calvio

205

95

300

230

530

148

8th

Giselle Holguin

255

95

350

220

570

148

13th

Natalia Lopez

180

80

260

190

450

148

15th

Alandra Juarez

160

75

235

185

420

148

16th

Melanie Aguilar

175

70

245

150

395

165

2nd

April Caldwell

240

135

375

250

625

165

5th

Adali Hernandez

190

120

310

200

510

165

8th

Amaiya Hernandez

160

100

260

155

415

198

1st

Xilanae Walker

275

200

475

300

775

220

1st

Jocelyn Gonzales

370

180

550

385

935

259

1st

Jhaniah Johnson

345

205

550

285

835

259

5th

Rebecca Rodriguez

280

105

385

255

640


 

Weight Class

Place 

Name

Squat 

Bench

Subtotal 

Deadlift 

Total 

123

1st

Mattox Evans

280

170

450

330

780

132

2nd

Kenny Richardson

300

190

490

360

850

132

3rd

Conner Andrae

245

150

395

340

735

148

1st

Josh Lopez

420

215

635

475

1110

148

6th

Jason Murrillo

300

150

450

285

735

148

8th

Evan Medrano

225

150

375

255

630

165

1st 

Shawn Mendoza

435

250

685

480

1165

181

4th

Isaiah Holloway

385

260

645

355

1000

181

10th

Anthony Gonzales

315

200

515

315

830

198

2nd

Isaiah Johnson

370

275

645

405

1050

242

4th

Raleigh Eddington

415

260

675

335

1010

275

1st

Isaiah Rodriguez

510

275

785

510

1295

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Local High School Basketball Scores for 01/13/2021


Forsan basketball teams won their games over Coleman last night. Lady Buffs won 59-35, and Buffs won 64-52. Forsan teams play again on Friday, Jan. 15, 2021, when they host Winters. Lady Buffs play at 6:30 PM and Buffs play at 8 PM.

 

Stanton teams hosted Coahoma yesterday. The Bulldogettes won over the Stanton Lady Buffs with a final score of 37-33. Coahoma Bulldogettes are now 3-0 in District. Stanton Buffs won over the Bulldogs with a final score of 38-34. On Friday, Jan. 15, 2021, Stanton will host Compass at home. Lady Buffs play at 5 PM and Buffs follow at 6:30 PM. Coahoma teams will travel to Sonora for their next game, also on Friday. Bulldogettes play at 6 PM and Bulldogs follow at 7:30 PM.

 

Both Big Spring teams lost to Snyder last night. Lady Steers lost 47-38, and Steers lost 45-23. The next opponent for both teams will be Levelland. The Lady Steers at Levelland game begins at 7:30 PM. The Big Spring Steers will host Levelland at Steer Gym. That game begins at 7:30 PM. Catch a live broadcast of this game on The Mighty 1490 AM and the new FM 103.9.

 

 

(Photo: Coahoma ISD Facebook)

 

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CHS powerlifting team flexes muscles at Big Spring meet


BIG SPRING — Last year’s state qualifiers Christian Everett and Cailey Glover started the 2021 high school powerlifting season with a strong showing at the Big Spring Steer Invitational on Saturday.

 

Everett, a sophomore, brought home the gold when she pumped a total of 470 pounds —  175 on squat, 90 on bench, and 205 on deadlift. Two-time state qualifier Glover hoisted a total of  715 pounds for a bronze medal. She had a 300 squat, benched 165, and pulled 250 on deadlift.

 

Kobe Cervantes led the boys team by bringing home a silver. The CHS senior had a three-lift total of 1,280 pounds of iron— 515 on squat, 305 on bench, and 460 on deadlift. 

 

Overall, Coahoma had eight lifters medal in their first meet of the season. Medalists included Serena Dobbs, Jasmine Ortiz, Reagan Chapman, Zoie Joslin, and Sean Striegler. 

 

Dobbs and Ortiz both placed third in their individual weight classes. Dobbs squatted 200, benched 105, and pulled 195 on deadlift for a total of 500 pounds. Ortiz lifted 425 pounds of iron. She had 175 on squat, 75 on bench, and 175 on deadlift.

 

Chapman placed fourth in his weight class with a total of 480 pounds. Joslin and Striegler finished fifth in their individual classes with totals of 425 pounds and 920 pounds respectively.

 

The rest of the powerlifting crew fared well and helped both the boys and girls teams to six place finishes. For the girls team, Marianna Glover placed ninth in her weight class with 535 total pounds lifted, Delia Rawls was sixth with 555, Maci Green came in seventh with 535, Cayhill Lewis was eighth with 510, and Savannah Meacham finished 12th with 395. 

 

On the boys team, Grant Glidewell placed ninth with a three-lift total of 610 pounds. Isisah Eleda was 7th with 915, Nick Tutle came in 10th with 605, and Braidon Boaz finished 13 with a total of 645 pounds of iron pumped.  

 

Next: Coahoma heads east on Saturday for the Colorado City Invitational.

 

Results (Coahoma only)

Results are listed by class, standing, competitor, squat, bench, deadlift, and total weight lifted.

 

GIRLS

97— 1. Christian Everett, 175 - 90 - 205 -- 470

105 — 3. Serena Dobbs, 200 - 105 - 195 -- 500; 5. Zoie Joslin, 170 - 70 - 185 -- 425.

132 — 3. Jasmine Ortiz, 175 - 75 - 175 -- 425.

148 — 3. Cailey Glover, 300 - 165 - 250 -- 715; 9. Marianna Glover, 200 - 95 - 240 -- 535

181 — 6. Delia Rawls, 205 - 135 - 215 -- 555; 7. Maci Green, 205 - 125 - 205 -- 535; 8. Cayhill Lewis, 190 - 120 - 200 -- 510; 12. Savannah Meacham, 150 - 80 - 165 -- 395

 

Team Standings: 1. Eldorado, 41 points; 2. Big Spring, 33 points; 3. San Angelo Lake View, 27 points; 4. Snyder, 26 points; 5. Big Lake Reagan County, 23 points ; 6. Coahoma, 17 points; 7. Andrews, 15 points; and 8. Midland Greenwood, 8 points.

 

 

BOYS

123 — 4. Reagan Chapman, 185 - 105 - 190 -- 480.

148 — 9. Grant Glidewell, 240 - 145 - 225 -- 610; 10. Nick Tutle, 240 - 135 - 230 -- 605.

165 — 5. Sean Striegler, 330 - 265 - 325 -- 920; 7. Isisah Eleda, 360 - 195 - 360 -- 915.

181 — 13. Braidon Boaz, 240 - 175 - 230 -- 645.

275 —  2. Kobe Cervantes, 515 - 305 - 460 -- 1280.


Team Standings: 1. Big Spring, 45 points; 2. Andrews, 43 points; 3. Midland Greenwood, 27 points; 4. Snyder, 14 points; 5. Big Lake Reagan County, 10 points; 6. Coahoma, 8 points; 7. San Angelo Lake View, 6 points; 8. Eldorado, 2 points

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Coahoma, Stanton, and Big Spring boys basketball teams begin District play tonight, 01/12/21


Forsan basketball teams will have an away game to compete against Coleman today. Varsity Lady Buffs play at 6:30 PM and Varsity Buffs play at 8 PM.

 

Stanton basketball teams will host Coahoma tonight. Varsity Bulldogettes play at 6 PM and Varsity Bulldogs play at 7:30 PM.

 

Big Spring Lady Steers will host Snyder tonight at Steer Gym. That game begins at 6:30 PM

 

The Steers basketball team will play in Snyder against the Tigers. That game begins at 7:15 PM.

 

 

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Bulldogettes defeat Crane to become 2-0 in district. Stanton Lady Buffs and Big Spring Lady Steers now 1-1.


Coahoma Bulldogettes won their game against Crane on Friday night. They are now 2-0 in District. Their next game will be in Stanton against the Lady Buffs. That game begins at 6 PM. 

 

Stanton Lady Buffs earned their first win of their District season against Reagan County. They are now 1-1 in district. 

 

Big Spring Lady Steers won their game against Lake View. Both the Lady Steers and the Stanton Lady Buffs are now 1-1. Tomorrow, they’ll host the Snyder Lady Tigers at Steer Gym. That game begins at 7:30 PM. Catch a live broadcast of that game on The Mighty 1490 AM and the new FM 103.9, brought to you by the KBest Sports Crew. 

 

Boys basketball teams for Coahoma, Stanton, and Big Spring begin their district play tomorrow night. Coahoma Bulldogs travel to Stanton for their game against the Buffs at 7:30 PM. The Steers basketball team will play in Snyder against the Tigers. That game begins at 7 PM.

 

(Photo: Coahoma Independent School District Facebook page)

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High school girls basketball teams begin district play. Coahoma Bulldogettes now 1-0 in district.


Coahoma Bulldogettes are now 1-0 in district! Final score against Compass Academy was Coahoma 76, Compass Academy 14. 

 

Forsan Lady Buffs lost to Roscoe last night. Final score was Forsan 23, Roscoe 32. 

 

Also, the Big Spring Lady Steers lost to Estacado. Final score was Big Spring 33, Estacado 43.

 

Stanton Girls lost to Crane. Final score was Stanton 30, Crane 51. 

 

 

 

(Story Photo - Courtesy of Coahoma Independent School District's Facebook page)

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BSHS Cross Country Athletes receive All-District and All-State Recognition


Congratulations to these Big Spring High School Cross Country athletes on receiving All-District Recognition and to Roman Perez for making the All-State Team!

 

ALL-DISTRICT

Roman Perez

Adrian Solis

Isaac Gonzales

Brandon Rogers

Michael Perez

Elizabeth Jones

 

ALL-STATE TEAM

Roman Perez

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Big Spring High School Tennis Players named to 2020 All-District Team Tennis Honors - District 3-AAAA


Congratulations to the following Big Spring High School students on receiving recognition for this year's All-District Team Tennis Honors.

 

2020 ALL-DISTRICT TEAM TENNIS HONORS - District 3-AAAA

 

GIRLS SINGLES

Natalia Lopez 2nd-Team All-District

Brooklin Mojica 1st-Team All-District

Emily Kocak 2nd-Team All-District

Itzel Garcia-Marquez 2nd-Team All-District

Ananya Limaye 2nd-Team All-District

Hayden Bell 1st-Team All-District

 

BOYS SINGLES

Eric Landin Honorable Mention - All-District

Matthew Doll Honorable Mention - All-District

Matthew Salazar 1st-Team All-District

Sean Tan 2nd-Team All-District

Zach Vela 1st-Team All-District

 

GIRLS DOUBLES

Natalia Lopez/ Brooklin Mojica 2nd-Team All-District

Felicia Dahya/ Emily Kocak 2nd-Team All-District

Hannah Bell/ Emily Medina 2nd-Team All-District

 

BOYS DOUBLES

Eric Landin/ Matthew Salazar Honorable Mention - All-District

Matthew Doll/ Sean Tan 1st-Team All-District

 

MIXED DOUBLES

Hayden Bell/ Zach Vela 1st-Team All-District

 

BOYS NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

Matthew Salazar

 

GIRLS NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

Hayden Bell

 

 

(Photo courtesy of BSISD: First Team Tennis Players - Left to Right : Matthew Salazar, Brooklin Mojica, Sean Tan, Matthew Doll, and Zach Vela. Hayden Bell is not pictured.)

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Big Spring Steers selected for this year's 2020 District 2-4A Division 1 Football


Congratulations to the Big Spring Steers that were selected for this year’s 2020 District 2-4A Division 1 Football.

 

CO-OFFENSIVE MVP:

QB - Gabriel Baeza

 

1st TEAM OFFENSE

WR - Pablito Dehoyos

OL - Derek Howard

 

2ND TEAM OFFENSE

RB - Orlando Sanchez

OL - Isai Garcia

 

1ST TEAM DEFENSE

DL - Elijah Darrow

LB - Isaiha Holloway

 

2ND TEAM DEFENSE

DL - Johnathon Miller

SEC - Eli Cobos

 

"IRON MAN" UTILITY / SPECIAL TEAMS

Maverick Yanez

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9 CHS athletes land on THSCA's Football Academic All-State Team


COAHOMA — Nine Coahoma High School players and trainers were recognized for their work off the field and in the classroom by a state organization recently.

 

Bulldogs Grayson Glidewell, Seth Brooks, Colin Daniels, Bryden Fontana, Noah Dials, Brenner Gartman, and Kolt Redden as well as CHS trainers MaKynlee Overton and Tanner Atkins were named to the Texas High School Coaches Association (THSCA) Football Academic All-State Team.

“This is a big honor and a testament to these kids taking care of their business in the classroom,” said Chris Joslin, CISD Athletic Director and head football coach. “These are excellent student leaders who work hard both on the field and in their academic studies, and it’s a well deserved honor for them to be recognized as among the top academic student athletes in the state.”

 

The THSCA bases its honor on the following areas: GPA, class rank, and ACT/SAT score.

 

CHS Academic All-State

1st Team — Grayson Glidwell

2nd Team —Seth Brooks, Colin Daniels, Bryden Fontana, MaKynlee Overton, Tanner Atkins.

Honorable Mention — Brenner Gartman, Kolt Redden, Noah Dials.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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BSHS Senior Jocelyn Gonzales to play collegiate volleyball and softball for Sul Ross University


Yesterday, Big Spring High School celebrated Senior Jocelyn Gonzales signed a letter of intent to play collegiate athletics for Sul Ross University in Alpine, Texas. Gonzales will be playing both volleyball and softball for the Lobos.

 

While surrounded by her family and friends, Gonzales thanked her parents, coaches, teammates, and friends for their support. When asked how she felt to be able to share the moment with those close to her, Gonzales stated, "I feel blessed and honored, really. I can't believe this moment is happening, and it's just a dream come true, really."

 

In softball, Gonzales plays 1st and 3rd and in volleyball she plays outside hitter and setter. She told KBest News that she’s been playing softball since she was 4 and has been playing volleyball since she was in 6th grade. 

 

While attending Sul Ross, Gonzales plans to major in History and minor in Kinesiology. She hopes to become a coach after graduation.

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Forsan and Coahoma High School Football Players receive All-District Recognition


Forsan and Coahoma football players recently received All-District recognition. 

 

District 3-2A All District Selections for Forsan are as follows:

 

Nolan Park received Kicker of the Year and Clayton Tucker was recognized for Pride. 

 

1st Team Offense 

Nathaniel Hernandez

JB Wright

Nolan Park

Cameron Allen 

Cayden Morgan

Major Stockton

 

1st Team Defense

Colten Wallis

Paul Evans

Caden Morgan

Sawyer Stallings

Eli Matties

 

2nd Team Offense

Jayden Golleher

Brandon Valdez

Chris Mendez

Sawyer Stallings

Ethan Harbour

Josh Cervantes

 

2nd team Defense

Ethan Harbor 

Nate Hernandez

Cameron Allen

Drayklyn Henry

Brandon Valdez


 

Coahoma football players recognized for All District are as follows:

 

1st Team Offense

Brysen Kerby-RB

Sean Striegler-WR

Tony Hagins-WR

Ashton Kimball-OL

Tony Hagins-P

 

1st Team Defense 

Colin Daniels-OLB

Sean Striegler-DB

 

2nd Team Offense

Billy Bailey-WR

Colin Daniels-TE

 

2nd Team Defense

Issac Ortiz-DL

Kolt Redden-DE

Bryden Fontana-LB

Arian Emerson-DB

 

Honorable Mention

Patrick Gutierrez - LB

Isaiah Martin-OLB

Kolt Redden-QB

Brysen Kerby-DB

Issac Ortiz-OL

Grayson Glidewell-OL

Kobe Cervantes-OL

Kobe Cervantes-DL

Nicholas Gonzales-DL

 

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Big Spring Lady Steers receive All-District recognition for Volleyball


Volleyball All-District Honors were recently announced for the Big Spring Lady Steers.  

 

Ryen Terrazas received Offensive Player of the Year. Jocelyn Gonzales and Kalyn Whitehead made 1st Team All-District. Ashlin Calvio made 2nd Team All-District, and Jacqueline Belew received Honorable Mention. 

 

Those who made Academic All-District were Jocelyn Gonzales, Ashlin Calvio, Jacqueline Belew, Mya Blanco, Tristan Smith, Ryen Terrazas, Kalyn Whitehead, Gissele Holguin, and Kortney Moore.

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Coahoam's I. Cox named newcomer of the year for 5-3A District honors


Isabella Cox made a big impression on the 5-3A volleyball coaches this year, and they remembered her when it was time to hand out the annual end of the season accolades.

 

The CHS freshman was named Co-Newcomer of the Year. I. Cox served as an outside and opposite hitter for the Bulldogettes and was very effective on defense during the 2020 season.

 

Overall, the Bulldogettes landed seven on the 5-3A All-District list.

 

MaKynlee Overton and Julia Cox, both seniors, were named to the All-District First Team. Sophomore Christian Everett and Senior Ashley Romero were selected for the All-District Second Team. Senior Kenzi Canales and sophomore Zoie Joslin received honorable mention honors.

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CHS Senior Jocelyn Torres-Mendoza signs letter of intent to play softball for Rider University in New Jersey.


On Nov. 16, 2020, Coahoma High School Senior Jocelyn Torres-Mendoza signed her letter of intent to play softball for Rider University in New Jersey, a Division I school.

 

Mendoza told KBest News that she has been playing softball since she was 8 years old. Since then, she has played in various locations throughout the country with a national traveling softball team based in Plano, Texas.

 

When asked what her experience has been with the traveling team, Mendoza said that it's been great.

 

"It’s taught me a lot. I’ve got to see things and I got to go places I wouldn’t have had the opportunity to go before, and I’ve met a lot of great people that have been friends for a huge parts of my life, a lot of people, and a lot of coaches who have taught me many things about life in general, not just about softball. It's honestly been really fun and it's made me who I am today," said Mendoza.

 

In addition to playing softball with the Coahoma Bulldogettes, Mendoza also played with the Big Spring Lady Steers during her freshman and sophomore years. She was also nominated to play softball for Mexico in a Junior Olympic National tournament in Colorado. She also has an upcoming tryout for the USA Junior Olympic Softball Team later this month.

 

Next year, Mendoza will attend Rider University on a full scholarship as a pre-med student. When asked how she made her decision to attend Rider University, Mendoza stated the school had made contact with her through a recruiter during her sophomore year. After attending multiple camps at the university, she realized that she loved the coaches, the team, and the environment.

 

Mendoza told KBest News that she’s glad that she’s been able to get to where she is now.

"I've worked hard for a long time and I've always known that I've wanted to play D1 ball, and I'm just glad that I got the opportunity to do it," said Mendoza.

 

Jocelyn Torres-Mendoza is the daughter of Alfonso and Chyla Mendoza of Sand Springs.

 

 

 

(Photos: Jocelyn Torres-Mendoza signs her letter of intent to play softball with Rider University while surrounded by her family.)

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STAR CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP RAM Football Friday Scoreboard for 11/13/2020:


STAR CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP RAM Football Friday Scoreboard for 11/13/2020:

Big Spring 32 @ Riverside 26 (Triple Overtime)
Coahoma 14 @ Canadian 62 (11/12)(3A)
Forsan 17 @ San Saba 31 (2A)
Garden City 56 @ Fort Davis 20 (1A)

1A Schools
Calvert 52 vs Dime Box 0 (11/12)
Lamesa Klondike 68 vs Amherst 18
Rankin won by forfeit
Sands 18 @ Anton 63
Westbrook 45 @ Ira 0

2A Schools
Anson 45 vs Winters 7
Hawley 34 Goldthwaite 20 (11/12)

3A Schools
Abernathy 21 @ Childress 28
Coahoma 14 @ Canadian 62 (11/12)
San Angelo Grape Creek
Idalou 62 vs Friona 35
Lamesa 14 @ Dalhart 44
Lubbock Roosevelt 34 @ Spearman 63

4A Schools
Andrews 67 vs Mountain View 0
Big Spring 32 @ Riverside 26 (Triple Overtime)
Fort Stockton win by forfeit
Greenwood 50 vs Seminole 20
Monahans 20 @ Perryton 34
Lubbock Estacado 48 @ Pecos 6 (11/12)
Sweetwater 69 vs Levelland 24

5A Schools
Abilene Cooper 48 @ Saginaw 13
Lubbock Coronado 45 vs Amarillo 13
Lubbock Westerners 20 @ Palo Duro 27

6A Schools
Midland High 14 @ Permian 42
Midland Lee 46 vs Odessa 0
Wolfforth Frenship 7 @ Abilene 42

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Big Spring High School Cross Country District Meet results, 10/29/2020


Big Spring High School’s Cross Country teams competed at the District in Lubbock on Oct. 29, 2020. Varsity boys finished in 1st place. Roman Perez came in 2nd, Adrian Solis placed 4th, Isaac Gonzales placed 5th, Brandon Rogers received 11th, Michael Perez received 12th, Jabez Jones received 23rd and Joseph Gonzales recieved 25th.

 

The  varsity girls finished 3rd lead by district champion Elisabeth Jones, Falicity Calderon placed 16th, Felicity Yanez placed 20th, Lexie Rodriguez came in 25th, Analisa De Los Santos came in 28th, and Esperanza De Lost Santos  came in 35th.

 

(Photo courtesy of Big Steers Athletics Facebook page.)

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Howard College Hires Women's Basketball Coach


BIG SPRING – Howard College has hired John Ishee, III, former head women’s basketball coach at Pratt Community College, as the new Women’s Basketball Coach for the Hawks. Ishee will be on campus meeting with the team and will start his official duties on November 4, 2020.

 

The position was recently opened after the retirement of long-time Hawks coach, Earl Diddle.

“We are very excited to bring Coach Ishee to Howard College,” said Terry Hansen, Chief Athletics and Special Projects Director. “The experience he brings to the table will be invaluable for our program moving forward.”

 

Ishee comes to the Hawks after 3 years of success with Pratt Community College. Prior to that, he has coached at the high school, community college, and university level in Texas as well as New Mexico, Missouri, and Mississippi.

 

Most recently, he was a finalist for the 2020 Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) 2 year/community college national coach of the year while his team also pulled out a huge win over then #12 Seward County, breaking a 28 year and 53 game losing streak. As evidence of the focus on the student athlete, his 2020 team was 9th in the nation for WBCA team GPA with a 3.51.

 

“Although I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Pratt, I am very excited about the challenge ahead and being a part of the Hawk Athletics program,” said Ishee. “Howard College has a great athletic tradition built by coaches Anna Smith, Royce Chadwick, Matt Corkery and Earl Diddle, just to name a few. I’m grateful to Dr. Sparks, Mr. Hansen, and Mr. Yeater for the opportunity to step in line and contribute to the tradition of excellence.”

 

Coach Ishee received his Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Education degree from the University of Southern Mississippi. He has accumulated numerous awards and honors throughout his basketball career of 35 years.

 

“I’m anxious to meet this group of young women that will be representing Howard College. We know we have our work cut out for us as the WJCAC conference is historically one of the best, but I’m ready to get to work,” stated Ishee. “I look forward to working with assistant coach Meesha Wade and appreciate everything she has done in recruiting and keeping the team moving forward in preparation for the upcoming season.”

 

For more information about Howard College and Hawk Athletics visit howardcollege.edu or hchawk.com.

 

 

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Volleyball Playoff Update: Forsan Lady Buffs 11/04/2020


Forsan Lady Buffs Varsity Volleyball team played in the first round of the playoffs on Tuesday evening. They competed against Sanford-Fritch at Lubbock Cooper High School. After 3 sets, Forsan was defeated by Sanford-Fritch.

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Football results for local schools - 10/30/2020


Forsan Buffs won their game over Stamford with a final score of Forsan 42, Stamford 14. The next game for the Buffs will be on Friday, Nov. 6, 2020 when they travel to Hawley to compete against the Bearcats. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM. Keep up with that game through live updates on our KBest Media Facebook page. 

 

Big Spring Steers won their game over Lake View, final score was Steers 35, Chiefs 21. The Sonic Offensive Player of the Game was Jose Cantu. The Sonic Defensive Player of the Game was Maverick Yanez. The Big Hit of the Game went to Keagan Mitchell. Big Spring will have a bye week this week. The next game for the Steers will be a Bi-District game against the Riverside Rangers from El Paso. Kickoff is at 7 PM, place is TBD at this time. 

 

Coahoma Bulldogs lost to Roosevelt Eagles with a final score of Bulldogs 20 , Eagles 26.  The Sonic Offensive Player of the Game was Brysen Kerby. The Sonic Defensive Player of the Game was Nick Gonzales. The Big Hit of the Game went to Arian Emerson. The next game for the Bulldogs will be on Friday, Nov. 6, 2020, when they travel to Abernathy to take on the Antelopes. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM. That game will be broadcasted live on The Mighty 1490 AM and the new FM 103.9.

 

Stanton Buffaloes lost to Abernathy Antelopes with a final score of Buffaloes 18, Antelopes 34. The Sonic Offensive Player of the Game was Austin Hewtty. The Sonic Defensive Player of the Game was Roberto Perez. The White Motor Company Big Hit of the Game went to Miguel Moreno. The next game will be in Big Lake against the Reagan County Owls. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM. Listen to a live broadcast of this game on 94.3 The Fuse.

 

(Photo by Charlie Huff: Forsan v. Stamford at Roger Hudgins Field, Forsan, TX on 10/30/2020)

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STAR CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP RAM Football Friday Scoreboard for 10/30/2020:


Big Spring 35 vs Lake View 21 (4A)

Coahoma 20 vs Roosevelt 26 (3A)

Forsan 42 vs Stamford 14 (2A)

Stanton 18 vs Abernathy 34 (3A)

Borden County 62 vs O’Donnell 16 (1A)

Garden City 59 @ Grady 34 (1A)

Sands Ackerly 0 @ Dawson 0 (1A) No score reported

 

1A Schools

Borden County 62 vs O’Donnell 16

Eden 59 vs Paint Rock 14

Garden City 59 @ Grady 34

Hermleigh 21 @ Ira 68

Loraine 70 @ TLC Abilene 0

Midland TLCA 0 @ Rankin 50

Robert Lee 0 vs Westbrook 45

Sands 0 @ Dawson 0 No score reported

Veribest 8 @ Irion County 57

Water Valley - Bye Week

 

2A Schools

Anson 56 @ Haskell 24

Eldorado 68 vs Menard 7

Forsan 42 vs Stamford 14

Hawley 54 @ Colorado City 0

McCamey 61 vs Plains 6

Miles 18 @ Rocksprings 62

 

3A Schools

Abernathy 34 @ Stanton 18

Coahoma 20 vs Roosevelt 26

San Angelo Grape Creek 14 vs Sonora 44

Idalou - Bye Week

Lamesa 2 vs Brownfield 0 Lamesa wins by forfeit

Merkel 41 vs Eastland 77

Reagan County - Bye Week

San Angelo TLC Academy 6 vs Early 52

 

4A Schools

Andrews 35 vs Fort Stockton 47

Big Spring 35 vs Lake View 21

Brownwood 48 @ Waxahachie 14

Greenwood - Bye

Monahans 32 @ Sweetwater 48

Lubbock Estacado 41 @ Levelland 24

Snyder 7 @ Pecos 21

 

5A Schools

Abilene Cooper 48 @ Arlington Heights 0

Lubbock Coronado 70 vs Palo Duro 6

Lubbock Monterey 7 vs Amarillo 24

Lubbock Westerners 0 @ Tascosa 2 - Tascosa wins by forfeit

Lubbock-Cooper Pirates 42 @ Plainview 6

 

6A Schools

Abilene High 19 @ Midland Lee 51

Midland High - Bye Week

Odessa High 7 @ San Angelo Central 38

Odessa Permian 36 vs Frenship 27

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Big Spring Team Tennis Results, 10/26/2020


 

TENNIS MATCH INFO

Date: October 26, 2020

Location: Pecos

BROWNFIELD 10, BIG SPRING 5

 

Opponent: Brownfield

Event: Playoffs

   
         

Girls Doubles (BS)

Girls Doubles

Score

Winner

 

Lopez/Mojica

Mireles/Perez

7-5, 4-6, 17-15

BF

1-2

Dahya/Kocak

Richardson/Rojas

7-5, 6-4

BS

 

Han. Bell/Medina

Constancio/Dever

6-4, 6-4

BF

 
         
         
         

Girls Singles (BS)

Girls Singles

Score

   

Natalia Lopez

Alazah Mireles

6-1, 6-1

BF

2-2

Brooklin Mojica

Cemmiyah Richardson

DNS

   

Emily Kocak

Evett Perez

7-5, 6-2

BS

 

Itzel Garcia-Marquez

Vivian Rojas

6-4, 6-1

BF

 

Ananya Imaye

Kierra Dever

6-0, 6-1

BS

 

Hayden Bell

Ebony Constancio

7-6 (5) DNF

   
         
         
         

Mixed Doubles (BS)

Mixed Doubles

Score

   

I. Hay. Bell/Vela

Brisendine/Dorris

6-4, 6-3

BS

1-0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
         

Boys Doubles (BS)

Boys Doubles

Score

   

Colette/Urias

Brisendine/Richardson

6-0, 6-1

BF

0-3

Landin/Salazar

Constancio/Jimenez

6-1, 6-3

BF

 

Doll/Tan

Alvarado/Nelson

6-3, 6-1

BF

 
         
         

Boys Singles (BS)

Boys Singles

Score

   

Ransom Colette

Christon Constancio

0-6, 5-5 DNF

 

1-3

Eric Landin

Noah Jimenez

6-4, 0-6, 10-6

BS

 

Matthew Doll

Thomas Brisendine

6-0, 6-2

BF

 

Matthew Salazar

LaVantae Richardson

6-2, 6-2

BF

 

Sean Tan

Darian Alvarado

6-1, 6-3

BF

 

Eshan Patel

Tucker Nelson

DSN

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BSHS Volleyball Playoff Game and Cross Country District Meet Results from 10/29/2020


Big Spring High School cross country teams competed in the District meet at Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock yesterday. The meet was originally scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020, but was rescheduled for the followind day due to inclement weather.

 

Varsity Boys came in 1st and Varsity Girls came in 3rd. JV Boys also came in 1st at the meet, and JV Girls came in 2nd.

 

The Big Spring Lady Steers volleyball team fell to Canyon in the first round of playoff games last night in Frenship. 

 

(Photo courtesy of Big Spring Steers Cross Country Facebook page.)

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Bulldogettes fall to Clyde in playoff game


SWEETWATER — The Bulldogettes brought the heat against Clyde on Thursday night at the start of the bi-distict playoff game and gave the Lady Bulldogs a reality check that the Coahoma squad was there to compete. 

 

The Bulldogettes, who came into the match in the fourth seed, opened the competition with a win in set one (25-20) surprising the undefeated district 6-3A champions. The Lady Bulldogs went on to take the next three sets (15-25, 14-25, 18-25) and win their fifth consecutive bi-district championship.

 

“The way they (Bulldogettes) came out on fire, it proved to me that they understood they could hang with Clyde and not only hang with them but beat them like they did in the first set,” said CHS Head Volleyball Coach Jaime Bonner. “It’s not like any set was a blowout. We stood with them the whole time. I told them right after the game, I can’t ask anymore from them than them just playing as a team and going all out. I think they shocked some people tonight. This team is by far the best I’ve seen at Coahoma, and it’s because they work so hard, and they put their heart into it.”

 

Coahoma opened with Zoie Joslin on the serve line, who went on a 2-point run. Thanks to a strong back line digging out Clyde’s hard hit balls, the Bulldogettes were able to keep a couple of points ahead to take the first set. 

 

“We knew Clyde was going to come out swinging hard,” Bonner said. “I think the girls did a good job of adjusting to them and transitioning, so we were in position to pick up a lot of balls that Clyde probably thought they put down. They did an outstanding job. I am just proud of them.”

 

Christian Everett led the Bulldogettes in digs getting nine out of the team total of 36. Isabella Cox tallied six. Julia Cox, Madison Rodgers and Kenzi Canales had five each.

 

Clyde returned for the next round of play with determination and gained an early lead for set two and three. However, the Dawgettes clawed their way back to tie by mid game before the Lady Bulldogs went on a long point run to end both sets in their favor. 

 

In the fourth set, the Bulldogettes managed a rally once again cutting a seven-point deficit (9-16) to three (18-21) before Clyde went on a four-point run to win the match. 

 

Coahoma ends the season 12-7 which is one of the best records in the history of the program. Bonner credits the squad’s success to her four seniors, Kenzi Canalas, Julia Cox, MaKynlee Overton, and Ashley Romero. 

 

Now turning her eyes to next season, Bonner said she is excited for the possibilities carved out from the success of her 2020 squad.  

 

“I think we have a lot of talent returning next year, and I think our four seniors did an excellent job of leading them and just showing them how to be competitive and continue to keep going and overcome adversity,” Bonner said.

 

Clyde vs Coahoma @ Sweetwater

 

Clyde DEF. Coahoma (3-5, 12-7):  25-20, 15-25, 14-25, 18-25.

 

Varsity Stats:

Ace: Christian Everett 1.

Kills: Julia Cox 7, MaKynlee Overton 7, Ashley Romero 6, 

Blocks: MaKynlee Overton 3, Ashley Romero 2, Julia Cox 1.

Assists: Zoie Joslin 18.

Digs: Christian Everett 9, Isabella Cox 6, Kenzi Canales 5, Madison Rodgers 5, Julia Cox 5, MaKynlee Overton 4, Sophie Biddison 1, Zoie Joslin 1


 

(Contributed Photo: The Bulldogettes celebrate after scoring a point against Clyde in the bi-district match held on Thursday in Sweetwater.)

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