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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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BSHS graduate Desiree Yanez makes her Bellator Debut


Desiree “Dirty Dez” Yanez, a Big Spring High School 2008 graduate, will be making her debut with Bellator MMA on Oct. 29, 2020 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT. She’ll be competing in the flyweight division against Veta Arteaga. The fight will be broadcasted Thursday night on the CBS Sports Network as part of the 2020 Bellator 250 that begins at 7 PM.

 

Update on 10/29/2020:

The Bellator MMA fight scheduled tonight for Desiree “Dirty Dez” Yanez against Veta Arteaga has been cancelled. Yanez,  a Big Spring High School 2008 graduate, was scheduled to make her debut with Bellator in the flyweight division at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT.

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Local High School Football results and Players of the Game for 10/23/2020


Big Spring Steers lost to the Fort Stockton Panthers on Friday night with a final score of 7-28. The Sonic Offensive Player of the Game was Pablito Dehoyos. Sonic Defensive Player of the Game was Devin Manning. The Big Hit of the game went to Louis Solis. 

 

The next game for the Steers will be this Friday when they host San Angelo Lakeview at home.  Kickoff is at 7 PM and you can listen to a live broadcast of that game brought to you by the KBest Sports Crew on KBest Country 95.7. 

 

Coahoma Bulldogs won their game over the Reagan County Owls with a final score of 60-0. Sonic Offensive Player of the Game was Tony Hagins. Sonic Defensive Player of the Game was Arian Emerson. The Big Hit of the Game went to Patrick Gutierrez. 

 

The next game for the Bulldogs will be this Friday when they host Lubbock Roosevelt at home. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM and you can listen to that game broadcasted live on The Mighty 1490 AM and the new FM 103.9. 

 

Stanton Buffaloes lost to the Idalou Wildcats with a final score of 8-56. The Sonic Offensive Player of the Game was Ashton Smith. Sonic Defensive Player of the Game was Eddie Wittenbarger, and the White Motor Company Big Hit of the Game went to Miguel Moreno. 

 

The next game for the Stanton Buffaloes will be this Friday when they host Abernathy at Buffalo Stadium. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM and you can listen to that game broadcasted on 94.3 The Fuse. 

 

Forsan Buffs won their game over the Haskell Indians with a final score of 56-14. The next game for the Buffs will be on Friday when they host Stamford. Kickoff for the Buffs is at 7:30 PM. You can find updates for that game on our KBest Media Facebook page.

 

 

(Photo: Forsan v. Haskell football game on 10/23/2020)

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STAR CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP RAM Football Friday Scoreboard for 10/23/2020:


STAR CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP RAM Football Friday Scoreboard for 10/23/2020:

 

Big Spring 7 @ Fort Stockton 28

Coahoma 60 @ Reagan 0 (3A)

Forsan 56 @ Haskell 14 (2A)

Stanton 8 @ Idalou 56 (3A)

Borden County 66 @ Whiteface 0 (1A)

Garden City 52 @ TLC Midland 0 (1A)

Grady 0 @ Rankin 52 (1A)

Sands Ackerly 0 vs Klondike 48 (1A)

 

1A Schools

Aspermont 34 vs Roby 71

Borden County 66 @ Whiteface 0

Bronte - did not play

Calvert 51 vs Chester 6

Dawson @ Loop - no score available

Eden 6 vs Water Valley 56

Garden City 52 @ TLC Midland 0

Hermleigh 62 vs Rotan 14

Highland Roscoe - did not play

Imperial Buena Vista 24 @ Van Horn 52

Ira - did not play

Lamesa Klondike 48 @ Sands 0

Loraine 48 vs Olfen 0

Lorenzo - did not play

Marfa 13 @ Fort Davis 28 (halftime)

Meadow - did not play

O'Donnell - did not play

Rankin 52 @ Grandy 0

Sterling City 38 @ Westbrook 28

Whiteface 0 @ Borden County 66

Wilson - did not play

 

2A Schools

Anson 20 vs Hawley 21

Colorado City - did not play

Eldorado 20 vs Christoval 43

Forsan 56 @ Haskell 14

McCamey 55 @ Iraan 7

Miles 57 @ Menard 20 (4th Quarter)

Stamford - did not play

Sundown 30 @ Hale Center 0

 

3A Schools

Abernathy 28 vs Lubbock Roosevelt 12

Coahoma 60 @ Reagan 0

Lamesa 34 @ Slaton 8

Merkel 36 @ Dublin 15

Reagan County 0 @ Coahoma 60

San Angelo TLC Academy 0 vs Jim Ned 75

Stanton 8 @ Idalou 56

 

4A Schools

Andrews 56 @ Lake View 27

Big Spring 7 @ Fort Stockton 28

Greenwood 17 @ Snyder 14

Monahans 35 vs Pecos 19

Lubbock Estacado 26 vs Perryton 20

Sweetwater - did not play

 

5A Schools

Abilene Cooper 69 @ Granbury 7

Lubbock Coronado - did not play

Lubbock Monterey 2 @ Westerners 0

Lubbock-Cooper Pirates 17 @ Randall 7

 

6A Schools

Abilene High 27 @ Permian 25

Midland High 26 @ Odessa 14

Midland Lee - did not play

Odessa Permian 25 @ Abilene Eagles 27

San Angelo Central 35 vs Wolfforth Frenship 7

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Both CJHS 8th Grade CC teams nab district titles


CRANE — The Coahoma Junior High School eighth grade boys and girls cross country teams walked away district champions at the meet held in Crane recently.

 

Baylor Wright led the Coahoma girls team with a time of 14 minutes and two seconds and Gavin Rochelle was the top runner for the boys finishing at 12 minutes, 59 seconds. Both runners placed second in their individual races. 

 

Coming in third for the girls team was Merick Alverez with a time of 14 minutes and 15 seconds. Blayk Vadney crossed the line in fourth place in the boys race. He ran the race in 13 minutes, 41 seconds.

 

Rounding out the top ten finishes for the eight grade girls were Abigail Bose (15:24) in fifth, Natalie East (16:23) in ninth, and Bree Arrendondo (16:25) in 10th. Fellow teammates Katie Jones and Kaedyn Lee also did well. Jones finished 13th with a time of 17 minutes and nine seconds and Lee (18:06) crossed the line in 18th place.

 

The boys team top ten were: Trace Vasquez (13:52), seventh place; Brandyn Cortez (13:54), eighth place; and Michael Hernandez (14:04), 10th place.Theron Ott just missed the top ten cutoff. He placed 11th with a time of 14 minutes, 14 seconds. Also finishing strong were Maleki Rodriguez (16:34) in 16th place and Blair Braxton (17:45) in 20th. 

At the seventh grade competition, the combined efforts of Raeyln Quintero, Kasey Ramirez, Madison Bose, Jazlynn Gonzales, and Paisley Osborn led the girls team to second place in district competition. 

 

Quintero was the Coahoma top finisher coming in at fourth place with a time of 15 minutes 47 seconds. Following close on her heels were Ramirez (16:42) in fifth place and Bose (16:51) in sixth. Gonzales (17:36) and Osborne (19:33) finished 13th and 18th respectively. 

Results from the seventh grade boys team rounded out an excellent day for the junior high cross country program. The five member team came in third. Eason Sullivan led the seventh grade boys with a time of 16 minutes and 23 seconds and crossed the finish line in 11th place. John Far (17:05), Caden Long (17:16), and Eddie Gallarado (17:45) came in 12th, 13th, and 14th place respectively. Fellow teammate Caleb Klub (23:33) finished 22nd. 

 

Overall, the Coahoma Junior High School cross country team had 13 runners place in the top ten of their individual races.

 

District Junior High

Cross County Meet

Crane, Texas

 

Individual Results

 

7th Grade Boys - Third Place

11. Eason Sullivan, 16:23; 12. John Farr, 17:05; 13. Caden Long, 17:16; 14. Eddie Gallardo, 17:45; 22. Caleb Klug, 23:33.

 

7th Grade Girls - Second Place

4. Raelyn Quintero, 15.47; 5. Kasey Ramirez, 16:42; 6. Madison Bose, 16:51; 13. Jazlynn Gonzales, 17:36; 18. Paisley Osborne, 19.33.

 

8th Grade Boys - District Champions

2. Gavin Rochelle, 12:59; 4. Blayk Vadney, 13:41; 7. Trace Vasquez, 13:52; 8. Brandyn Cortes, 13:54; 10. Michael Hernandez, 14:04; 11. Theron Ott, 14:14; 16. Maleki Rodrigeuz, 16:34; 20. Braxton Blair, 17:45.

 

8th Grade Girls - District Champions

2. Baylor Wright, 14:02; 3. Merick Alvarez, 14:15; 5. Abigail Bose, 15:24; 9. Natalie East, 16:23; 10. Bre Arrendondo, 16:25; 13. Katie Jones, 17:09; 18. Kaedyn Lee, 18:06. 

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Forsan Cross Country Results for 10/20-10/21, 2020


The Forsan Buffs competed on Wednesday, 10/21/2020, in the High School Forsan Buffalo Stampede.

 

For the boys, Carter Scott earned 1st place with a time of 18:19.95 and Jared Gasi came in at 3rd with a time of 18:38.97. Scott and Gasi, along with team members Mason Bagwell, Austin Magness, Malaki Rodgers, David Tidwell, Kolby Nichols, and Nicolas Whitmore, placed 2nd as a team. For the girls, Rylee Evans earned 2nd place. Evans, along with Ella Hoff, Hailey Beall, Lilly Hoff, and Addison Beall placed 4th as a team.

 

Results are as follows:

 

Wednesday 10/21/20 HS Forsan Buffalo Stampede

Carter Scott  (1) 18:19.95

Jared Gasi (3)    18:38.97

Mason Bagwell (7) 19:01.34

Austin Magness (11) 19:20.60

Malaki Rodgers (22)  21:25.31

David Tidwell (32) 22:58.30

Kolby Nichols (34) 23:59.31

Nicolas Whitmore (37) 25:55.40

2nd place Team

 

Rylee Evans (2) 14:03.25

Ella Hoff (11) 14:58.78

Hailey Beall (14) 15:07.95

Lilly Hoff (23) 16:00.60

Addison Beall (24) 16:03.94

4th Place Team


 

10/20/20 JH District @ Colorado City

7th Grade Girls 3rd Place Team

Abigail Hugo (12) 12:17

Gracen Chavez (13) 12:19

Kennadee Dawson (24) 14:26

Camilla Webber (24) 14:34

Natalie Flores (27) 15:16

 

7th Boys

Jasiah Flores (2) 11:07

Jackson Rodgers (4) 12:32

 

8th Girls

Aricelle Melendez (4) 11:23

Kailee Rosenbaum (10) 12:10

 

8th Boys

Lloyd Krause (7) 11:07

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STAR CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP RAM Football Friday Scoreboard for 10/16/20:


Big Spring 35 vs Andrews 56 (4A)
Coahoma 20 vs Stanton 16 (3A)
Forsan 23 vs Anson 27 (2A)
Borden County 61 vs Meadow 8 (1A)
Garden City 15 vs Jayton 61 (1A)
Grady - did not play (1A)
Sands Ackerly - did not play (1A)

 

1A Schools
Aspermont - did not play
Borden County 61 vs Meadow 8
Calvert 72 @ non-uil opponent
Dawson 0 vs Wilson 0
Eden- did not play
Garden City 15 vs Jayton 61
Lenorah Grady - did not play
Hermleigh 56 @ Roby 28
Highland Roscoe - did not play
Imperial Buena Vista - did not play
Ira 70 @ Rotan 18
Lamesa Klondike 0 vs Loop 0
Loraine - did not play
Midland TLCA 0 @ Grandfalls-Royalty 0
O'Donnell 58 @ Morton 6
Rankin - did not play
Sands - did not play
Sterling City - did not play
Van Horn - did not play
Veribest 6 @ Water Valley 63
Welch Dawson 0 vs Wilson 0
Westbrook - did not play
Whiteface 42 @ Wellman-Union 44

 

2A Schools
Anson 27 @ Forsan 23
Colorado City 0 vs Haskell 34
Eldorado 35 @ Rocksprings 12
Haskell 34 @ Colorado 0
McCamey 38 vs Wink 33
Miles 6 vs Junction 33
Stamford 16 @ Hawley 31
Sundown 58 vs Floydada 21

 

3A Schools
Abernathy 14 @ Idalou 42
Coahoma 20 vs Stanton 16
San Angelo Grape Creek 0 @ Ballinger 41
Lamesa 28 vs Kermit 0
Merkel 27 @ Millsap 45
Reagan County 0 @ Roosevelt 57
San Angelo TLC Academy 0 @ Clyde 0

 

4A Schools
Big Spring 35 vs Andrews 56
Fort Stockton 65 @ Lakeview 28
Monahans 9 @ Greenwood 13
Lubbock Estacado 20 @ Borger 23
Snyder - did not play
Sweetwater 62 @ Pecos 39

 

5A Schools
Abilene Cooper 54 vs Northwest 21
Lubbock Coronado 51 @ Rider 13
Lubbock Westerners 0 @ Randall 59
Lubbock-Cooper Pirates 49 @ Monterey 8

 

6A Schools
Abilene High 32 @ Central 53
Midland High 23 @ Frenship 37
Midland Lee 44 @ Permian 55
Odessa High - did not play

 

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BSHS graduate Desiree Yanez signed to Bellator MMA


Earlier this month, it was announced that Big Spring High School 2008 graduate Desiree Yanez had signed a multi-fight contract with Bellator MMA. 

 

Bellator MMA is a leading mixed martial arts and kickboxing organization featuring many of the best fighters in the world. 

 

Desiree “Dirty Dez” Yanez makes her debut with Bellator on October 29th. 

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Howard County High School Football results for 10/09/2020


On Friday, Oct. 9, 2020, Coahoma Bulldogs lost their game against the Idalou Wildcats. Final score was Bulldogs 22, Wildcats 68. Sonic Offensive Player of the Game was Sean Striegler; Sonic Defensive Player of the Game was Colin Daniels; and the Big Hit of the Game went to Arian Emerson. 

 

The Stanton Buffaloes lost their game against the Lubbock Roosevelt Eagles with a final score of Buffaloes 18, Eagles 28. Sonic Offensive Player of the Game was Adrian Delao; Sonic Defensive Player of the Game was Ashton Smith; and the White Motor Company Big Hit of the Game went to Miguel Moreno.

 

The Big Spring Steers will return to the field on Friday, Oct. 16th, when they host the Andrews Mustangs. Kickoff is at 7 PM and you can listen to this game broadcasted live by our KBest Sports Crew on KBest Country 95.7. Be advised that this year's Homecoming Court will also be recognized during this game.

 

The next game for the Bulldogs and the Stanton Buffaloes will be this Friday, Oct. 16th, when they host Stanton at Bill Easterling Memorial Stadium in Coahoma. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM. Listen to this game broadcasted live by our KBest Sports Crews on The Mighty 1490 AM, the new FM 103.9, and 94.3 The Fuse. Be advised that the Coahoma broadcast will air on The Mighty 1490 AM and the new FM 103.9, and the Stanton broadcast will air on 94.3 The Fuse.

 

The Forsan Buffs won their game against the Colorado City Wolves. Final score was Buffs 43, Wolves 6. This Friday, Oct. 16th, the Buffs will host Anson at Roger Hudgins Field at Buffalo Stadium in Forsan. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM.

 

(Photo: Forsan v. Colorado City football game on 10/09/2020 in Forsan, Texas. Photo courtesy of Charlie Huff.)

 

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STAR CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP RAM Football Friday Scoreboard for 10/9/20:


Big Spring – did not play

Coahoma 22 @ Idalou 68 (3A)

Forsan 43 vs Colorado City 6 2A)

Stanton 18 vs Roosevelt 28 (3A)

Borden County 77 @ Jonesboro 31 (1A)

Garden City 0 vs Marfa 0 (1A)

Grady 58 @ Buena Vista 22 (1A)

Sands Ackerly 50 @ Loop 8 (1A)

 

1A Schools

Aspermont 42 @ Hermleigh 71

Borden County 77 @ Jonesboro 31

Bronte 0 vs Sterling City 62

Calvert - did not play

Dawson - have not started

Eden 45 @ Veribest 0

Garden City 0 vs Marfa 0

Lenorah Grady 58 @ Buena Vista 22

Highland Roscoe 16 vs Westbrook 48

Lamesa Klondike 1 @ Wilson 0 (forfeit)

Loop 8 vs Sands 50

Loraine 1 @ Trent 0

Midland TLCA 75 vs Non-UIL opponent 26

O'Donnell 56 @ Whiteface 8

Rankin - did not play

Sterling City 62 @ Brote 0

Westbrook 48 @ Highland 16

Whiteface 8 vs O’Donnell 56

 

2A Schools

Anson 41 vs Stamford 34

Colorado City 6 @ Forsan 43

Haskell 22 vs Hawley 48

McCamey - did not play

Miles 6 @ Eldorado 35

Sundown 6 @ Post 51

 

3A Schools

Abernathy 32 vs Reagan County 16 (4th Quarter)

Coahoma 22 @ Idalou 68

Lamesa 8 @ Shallowater 52

Merkel 13 vs Jacksboro 30

San Angelo TLC Academy 0 vs Wall 72

Stanton 18 vs Roosevelt 28

 

4A Schools

Andrews 14 vs Canyon 45

Big Spring - did not play

Fort Stockton - did not play

San Angelo Lakeview 15 @ Hereford 34

Lubbock Estacado 49 vs Seminole 42

Snyder 7 @ Monahans 46

Sweetwater 36 vs Greenwood 30

 

5A Schools

Abilene Cooper - did not play

Lubbock Coronado 49 vs Odessa High

Lubbock Monterey 56 @ Midland High 28

Lubbock Westerners 37 @ Plainview 47

Lubbock-Cooper Pirates 20 vs Frenship 14

 

6A Schools

Abilene High - did not play

Midland High 28 vs Monterey 56

Midland Lee 26 vs Belton 7

Odessa High 0 @ Coronado 49

Odessa Permian 18 @ Tascosa 40

San Angelo Central 35 @ A&M Cons 40

Wolfforth Frenship 14 @ Lubbock-Cooper HS 20

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High School Football and Volleyball Info for 10/09 - 10/10/2020


In high school football this week, the Big Spring Steers won’t have a game tonight. 

 

Coahoma Bulldogs will travel to Idalou for their game against the Wildcats. Kickoff for that game is at 7:30 PM and you can catch the live broadcast, brought to you by the KBest Crew, on KBest Country 95.7, The Mighty 1490 AM, and the new FM 103.9.

 

The Stanton Buffaloes will host a home game against Lubbock Roosevelt Eagles. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM. Listen to the live broadcast of that game on 94.3 The Fuse. The Forsan Buffs will be hosting the Colorado City Wolves. Kickoff for the Buffs is at 7:30 PM. Keep up with updates for that game on our KBest Media Facebook page. 

 

In volleyball action this weekend, tomorrow the Forsan Lady Buffs varsity team will have an away game against Buena Vista at noon. Big Spring Lady Steers will host Estacado at Steer Gym with varsity playing at 5 PM. 

 

Coahoma Bulldogettes won’t play this weekend, but their next game will be an away game on Tuesday, Oct. 13th against Reagan County.

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Volleyball Updates for Big Spring Lady Steers and Coahoma Bulldogettes


Big Spring Lady Steers Volleyball Update, 10/06/2020

 

Lady Steers lost to Snyder on Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020. They also lost to Levelland on Saturday, 10/03/2020. Tonight, 10/06/2020, they'll travel to Sweetwater to take on the Lady Mustangs. Game times are as follows: JV Black at 5 PM, JV Gold at 6 PM, and Varsity plays at 7 PM.

 

**  NOTE:  Volleyball @ Sweetwater Restrictions  **

 

Sweetwater has a 300 person capacity for the HS gym.

 

They will be selling tickets at the gate only.

 

Everyone in the gym is required to have a mask on.

 

If players are not actively on the court playing they will need to be wearing a mask on the bench. 

 

Sweetwater PINK OUT as well.  Game times are 5/6/7

 

 

 

Coahoma Bulldogette Volleyball Update, 10/06/2020

Coahoma hosted Sonora on Friday, 10/02/2020, and were defeated. The following are stats sumbitted by Coahoma Media.

 

Sonora DEF. Coahoma (1-2, 10-3): 21-25, 17-25, 25-22, 22-25.

 

Varsity Stats:

 

Aces: Julia Cox 1, Zoie Joslin 1, Isabella Cox 1.

Kills: MaKynlee Overton 16,  Ashley Romero 11, Julia Cox 5, Madison Rodgers 4, Zoie Joslin 1, Isabella Cox 1.

Blocks: Ashley Romero 4, Madison Rodgers 1, Isabella Cox 1, MaKynlee Overton 1.

Assists: Zoie Joslin 32, Isabella Cox 1.

Digs: Julia Cox 13, Isabella Cox 11, Kenzi Canales 8, Christan Everett 8, Madison Rodgers 2, Zoie Joslin 1, MaKynlee Overton 5.

 

Sub varsity games: JV Red won in two sets: 25-18, 25-16

 

Next: Coahoma at Crane on Tuesday. JV teams play at 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Varsity plays at 6:30 p.m.

 

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STAR CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP RAM Football Friday Scoreboard for 10/2/2020:


Big Spring – Did not play

Coahoma - Did not play (3A)

Forsan- Did not play (2A)

Stanton - Did not play (3A)

Borden County - did not play (1A)

Garden City 24 @ Westbrook 69 (1A)

Grady 56 @ Robert Lee 14 (1A)

Sands Ackerly 58 @ Patton Springs 12 (1A)

 

1A Schools

Aspermont 60 @ Gordon 66

Borden County - did not play

Bronte 6 vs Hermleigh 55

Calvert 53 vs Coolidge 7

Dawson 13 vs Kerena 21

Eden 0 vs Sterling City 48

Garden City 24 @ Westbrook 69

Highland Roscoe 32 vs Water Valley 70

Imperial Buena Vista 60 @ Sanderson 14

Ira 72 @ Loraine 26

Lamesa Klondike 74 vs Witharral 28

Loop 45 vs Wellman-Union 68

Lorenzo 47 vs Rule 54

Marfa 65 vs Permian Basin Renegades 17

Meadow 0 @ Happy 54

Midland TLCA - did not play

O'Donnell - did not play

Rankin 54 @ Nueces Canyon 6

Roby 0 vs Jayton 48

Robert Lee 14 @ Grady 56

Sands 58 @ Patton Springs 12

Van Horn 46 vs GrandFalls-Royalty 0

Veribest 40 @ Mullin 60

Whiteface 0 vs Spur 48

Wilson 44 @ Cotton Center 6 (halftie)

 

2A Schools

Anson-did not play

Colorado City- did not play

Eldorado -- did not play

Forsan - did not play

Haskell - did not play

Hawley - did not play

McCamey 40 vs Petrolia 12

Miles - did not play

Stamford - did not play

Sundown - did not play

 

3A Schools

Abernathy - did not play

Coahoma - did not play

San Angelo Grape Creek - did not play

Idalou - did not play

Lamesa 14 @ Denver City 49

Lubbock Roosevelt - did not play

Merkel - did not play

Reagan County - did not play

San Angelo TLC Academy - did not play

Stanton - did not play

 

4A Schools

Andrews 51 vs Hereford 7

Big Spring - did not play

Fort Stockton 12 vs Lubbock 28

Greenwood 39 Vs Pecos 10

Monahans 21 vs Seminole 28

San Angelo Lakeview 49 @ Fabens 20

Lubbock Estacado 7 @ Bushland 46

Snyder 28 vs Sweetwater 47

 

5A Schools

Abilene Cooper 30 @ Abilene 20

Lubbock Monterey 6 vs Wylie 24

Lubbock Westerners 28 @ Fort Stockton 12

Lubbock-Cooper Pirates 0 vs Coronado 28

 

6A Schools

Abilene High 20 vs Coper 30

Midland High 17 vs Amarillo 49

Midland Lee 31 @ Tascosa 21

Odessa High - not playing yet

Odessa Permian 51 @ Mesquite Horn 10

San Angelo Central 0 @ Clemens 35

Wolfforth Frenship 49 vs Centennial 42

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VARSITY TEAM TENNIS – DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH, 09/29/2020


Tuesday, September 29, 2020

 

The Big Spring Steer varsity tennis team hosted the San Angelo Lake View team at Figure 7 Tennis Center on Tuesday, September 29, 2020, to decide the champion of District 4-AAAA.

 

Both teams had come through their district schedules with perfect records, so it looked to be a real showdown.

 

Lake View took the lead 4-3 after doubles. 5 of the 7 matches were decided by a third-set super tiebreaker.

 

Singles proved to be just a hotly contested and most matches were very close. The boys side won 4 of the 6 singles matches, but the girls, who have been dominating all year, won only 1 of 6 singles matches.

 

The end result was an 11-8 victory for Lake View.

 

Big Spring will advance as the second-place team from the district into the playoffs which will start around October 26. Plenty time to work on things and improve. The first-round opponent will be the third-place from District 3.

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Results: Coahoma @ Odessa Compass Academy, 09/29/2020


Odessa Compass Academy DEF. Coahoma (1-1, 10-2): 25-23, 21-25, 25-22, 18-25, 15-17

 

Varsity Stats:

Aces: Julia Cox 1.

Kills: MaKynlee Overton 12, Julia Cox 8, Madison Rodgers 5, Ashley Romero 5, Zoie Joslin 4, Isabella Cox 2. 

Blocks: Madison Rodgers 1, Ashley Romero 2, MaKynlee Overton 5.

Assists: Zoie Joslin 29.

Digs: Kenzi Canales 11, MaKynlee Overton 11, Madison Rodgers 8, Julia Cox 7, Shae Lang 7, Isabella Cox 4, Zoie Joslin 1

 

Sub varsity games: JV Red won in two sets.

 

Next: Coahoma hosts Sonora for a district game on Friday, Oct. 2, 2020. Game times are JV Red plays at 5:30 p.m. and varsity plays at 6:30 p.m.

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Bulldogettes tree Lady Owls, 09/26/2020


COAHOMA — The Bulldogettes quickly put away the Reagan County Lady Owls to earn their first district victory this season on Saturday. Coahoma won in three sets — 25-8, 25-2, 25-5.

Saturday’s game marks the eighth straight win for the Bulldogettes.

 

“We work really great as a team,” said senior Kenzi Canales, the team’s libero. “It’s a great team. It’s a great year.” 

 

Julia Cox led the Bulldogettes to the win. The Coahoma High School senior had seven kills, seven digs, and four aces. Seniors MaKynlee Overton and Ashley Romero had six and four kills respectively. Sophomore Zoie Joslin talled 17 assists for the match and junior Madison Rodgers had three aces.

 

Next, Coahoma heads to Odessa on Tuesday to play against the Compass Academy Lady Cougars in district volleyball action. 

 

“It’s going to be a tough game, and I’ve told the team there isn’t going to be an easy district game, but we still have to do our job,” Coahoma Head Volleyball Coach Jamie Bonner said.  “We have to keep the intensity alive and go in there and play hard.”

 

Game times on Tuesday are JV Red at 5 p.m. and varsity at 6 p.m.

 

Sub varsity games: JV Red won in two sets: 25-12, 25-10; JV White also won in two: 25-22, 25-23.

 

Coahoma varsity (1-0, 10-1) DEF. Reagan County: 25-8, 25-2, 25-5

 

Varsity Stats

Aces: Madison Rodgers 3, Julia Cox 4.

Kills: Julia Cox 7, MaKynlee Overton 6, Ashley Romero 4, Madison Rodgers 3, Zoie Joslin 2, Isabella Cox 1.

Blocks: MaKynlee Overton 3.

Assists: Zoie Joslin 17.

Digs: Julia Cox 7, Kenzi Canales 3, Madison Rodgers 2, Christian Everett 1, Isabella Cox 4, MaKynlee Overton 1. 

 

 

(Photo: Bulldogette middle blocker Ashley Romero, No. 5, spikes the ball for a kill during the Coahoma-Reagan County District 5-3A volleyball game held Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020, in Coahoma. The Dawgettes won the game in three sets and are now 10-1 for the season.)

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