Brownwood - The Bulldogettes ended their season Tuesday night after facing the No. 1 seed in District 6, the Eastland Lady Mavs, in a Bi-District playoff game. Coahoma fell in three sets 25-21, 25-16, 25-17.
On offense, MaKynlee Overton led the way for Coahoma. The sophomore recorded 7 kills in the game followed by senior Paige Atkins with 3. Seniors Jaydan Mann and Cassie Grant powered out an ace a piece. Mann and senior Julia Mashburn both had 5 assists a piece.
Kills: MaKynlee Overton, 7; Paige Atkins, 3; Kirah Kimball, 2; Cailtyn Corley, 1; Ashley Romero, 1; Julia Mashburn, 1.
Aces: Jaydan Mann, 1; Cassie Grant, 1.
Blocks: Corley, 2; Atkins, 1; Romero, 1; Overton, 1; Mashburn, 1.
Assists: Mashburn, 5; Mann, 5; Corley, 1; Julia Cortez, 1.
Digs: Overton, 4; Grant, 3; Mashburn, 2; Romero, 2; Corley, 1.
The Big Spring Lady Steers fell to Graham in 3 sets yesterday evening, 10/30/18, during the playoff game at Hawley High School.
Scores were 16-25, 10-25, and 16-25.
Logan Terrazas - 6 kills, 7 blocks, 10 digs
Kayleigh Penny - 5 kills 2 blocks 18 digs
Keila Yanez - 3 kills 1 block 1 dig
Ryen Terrazas - 2 kills 1 block 3 Digs
Hannah Bell - 10 Assists 11 digs
Olivia Bancroft - 5 Assists 3 Digs
Hayden Bell - 6 digs
Mackenzie Rodriques - 5 Digs
Robyn Evans - 3 digs
Gabby Lopez - 3 digs
Amber Martinez - 2 digs
Last week, Stanton High School welcomed a new Interim Athletic Director and Head Football Coach for the Stanton Buffaloes Cody Hogan. Coach Hogan has been an educator for 13 years, and has spent 8 years as a Defensive Coordinator. He is in his second year with Stanton ISD and this will be his first time as a head coach.
The next game for the Buffaloes will be an away game this Friday against Idalou with kickoff at 7:30 PM. Senior night for Stanton will be next Friday during their last home game, which will be against Colorado City.
Coahoma Bulldogettes took a win in 3 sets over the Coleman Bluekatts in Sweetwater over the weekend on 10/27/18, thus earning a playoff spot!
Lady Steers will be playing against Graham on tomorrow, October 30th, at 6 PM at Hawley High School in Hawley.
Friday’s High School Football Scores are as follows for 10/26/18:
The Big Spring Steers fought hard against the Andrews Mustangs, but fell short with a final score of 43 to 20, in favor of Andrews. Sonic Players of the Game for the Steers were offensive player Orlando Sanchez, and defensive player Jack Everett. Everett also received the Big Spring Collision Big Hit of the Game.
Stanton Buffaloes hosted a home game against the Coahoma Bulldogs. The Bulldogs pushed ahead of the Buffaloes with a final score of Coahoma 49, Stanton 14. The Sonic Players of the Game for the Bulldogs were offensive player Gage Clark and defensive player Alejandro “The Tank” Gonzales. The Sonic Players of the Game for Stanton were offensive player Sebastian Escamilla and defensive player Ethan Quaid.
The Forsan Buffaloes traveled to Winters for their game against the Blizzards. Final score was Blizzards 23, Buffs 7.
Other Area High School Scores
Stephenville 45 Brownwood 20
Randall 24 Wylie 20
Snyder 45 Sweetwater 14
Seminole 55 Lake View 6
Lamesa 33 Pecos 7
Central 10 Bell 2
Weatherford 42 Abilene 23
Cooper 49 Lubbock 7
Tascosa 49 Midland Lee 26
Permian 34 Midland HS 7
Odessa HS 56 Frenship 10
Idalou 51 Roosevelt 14
Crane 37 Reagan County 7
Abernathy 40 Colorado City 0
McCamey 53 Van Horn 0
Iraan 24 Wink 7
Hawley 56 Stamford 42
Robert Lee 69 Bronte 24
Grady 46 Sands Ackerly 0
Garden City 54 Westbrook 6
Sterling City 52 Highland 36
Borden County 48 Klondike 0
Blackwell School 66 Moran School 20
The 7th grade A team finished an amazing 2018 volleyball season with a loss to Sweetwater. Each Lady Steer represented their school and community extremely well throughout the entire season.
The 7th grade B Lady Steers finished off the season fighting for a win but lost to Sweetwater in two sets. Each girl played great and went out onto the court with a drive and determination to have fun and finish strong. Everyone played a great season and grew not only as athletes but as young ladies as well.
The 8th Grade A Lady Steers defeated Sweetwater in two sets. Kortney Moore led the way with 12 points with kills and aces. Jalen Sykes and Marlie Kennedy were right behind with 8 points each and some nice blocks. Gissele Holguin had 6 points plus assists while Taylor Partlow had 3 points along with several saves. Katelyn Haynie and Monica Gutierrez both had 2 points and some great saves and assists. Alyson Castaneda, Kylin Corley, Emily Matthews, and Adali Hernandez each had 1 point and contributed digs and good passes.
8th grade B fell to Sweetwater in two hard-fought sets (27-25 & 25-22). Each young lady on this team put forth her best effort to do her best. Top servers were Elaina Arredondo, Lora Otto and Daniah Wrighter, and each of these ladies had kills as well including Mia Bustamante, and Valerie Hernandez. Celi Vela, Kiersten Furuya, Kisa Cate, Kaydence Canales, Chloe Posey and Claudia Viera stepped up on defense and worked hard.
Be advised that the Big Spring ISD ATC office will be closed Oct. 29th- Nov. 9th 2018.
Varsity football tickets for November 2nd home game against Seminole will not be sold at the ATC. Tickets can be picked up in advance for game at the Administration Office located across from the Big Spring High School at 707 E. 11th. Tickets will be available from Oct. 31-Nov. 2nd from 9 am-2 pm. Adult tickets $4 students $2.
Big Spring Cross Country Varsity Teams competed at the Regional Meet held at Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock on 10/22/18. Roman Perez qualified for State individually as part of the Top 20! The Big Spring Boys team placed 9th out of 24 teams, and the Girls team placed 20th out of 24 teams. #STEERSTRONG
The Lady Steers fell to Sweetwater in 5 sets during Saturday’s volleyball game.
Individual Stats, 10/20/18 against Sweetwater:
Logan Terrazas - 14 kills, 7 blocks, 2 Aces, and 23 digs.
Kayleigh Penny - 12 kills, 7 blocks, and 14 digs
Hannah Bell - 2 kills, 25 Assists, and 17 digs
Ryen Terrazas - 7 kills, 1 ace, and 4 digs
Amber Martinez - 7 kills, and 3 Digs
Keila Yanez - 4 kills, 2 blocks, 4 Aces, 3 Digs, and 1 assist
Kalyn Whitehead - 4 kills, 2 blocks, and 1 dig
Olivia Bancroft - 1 kill, 17 assists, and 11 digs
Mackenzie Rodriquez - 1 assist, and 18 digs
Hayden Bell - 2 digs
Robyn Evans - 2 digs
Lady Steers will have their last home game tonight against Greenwood at the Steer Gym. Freshmen and JV will play at 5, and Varsity will play at 6 PM.
COLEMAN - The Coahoma Bulldogettes powered over the Lady Bluekatts Saturday morning to take the match in three sets 25,22; 25,20; and 25-18.
MaKynlee Overton had 9 kills and three blocks for Coahoma. Fellow teammates Paige Atkins and Caitlyn Corley had 6 kills each. Julia Mashburn and Jaydan Mann had 10 assists a piece.
Following the early morning varsity game, the Bulldogette junior varsity team also won against Coleman. The score was 25,18; 25, 17.
Next: The Coahoma volleyball squads will host the Clyde Lady Bulldogs Tuesday. It’s also senior night. The ceremony will begin about 6:15 p.m. in the CES competition gym with the varsity game to follow. The two junior varsity games will start at 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
** 8th grade A TEAM WON 54-0 over SWEETWATER. **
Thursday the 8th grade Steers hosted the Sweetwater Mustangs, in a game highlighted by the rain and cold. The Steers goal was to be the more physical team and they showed that throughout the contest.
The Steers first play from scrimmage was a 15 yd. Scramble by Eli Cobos for a touchdown. On the ensuing defensive series, the Steers held the Mustangs to -6 yards via several tackles for losses coming from David Rios. When the Steers got the ball back, Philip Martinez ran behind a wall created by Rahleigh Eddington and Ian Galan along with slot receiver Derick Walleck for another Big Spring Score. For the 2 point attempt, Cobos found Connor Andrea to complete the try. The Steers continued to score: two more Philip Martinez runs, a touchdown pass from Cobos to Sergio Ybarra, a QB keeper off of zone read by (2nd string QB) Ricky Escovedo working with Korbin Olsen, 2 safeties recorded by the defense, and a kick return off of one of those safeties by Chris Salazar. Offensively it was a good night.
Defensively the Steers were even more dominant recording 2 safeties during the game. Starting with Nose Nick Garcia, the Steers constantly disrupted the backfield of the Sweetwater Offense. Rios and Andrea were able to make quick adjustments in their alignment that helped the defense stay sound throughout the night. Ybarra helped out on D as well with a late game interception.
Special Teams kept Sweetwater on their back quarter of the field via great kickoffs from Cobos and even better coverage by the kickoff unit.
Big Hitter(s) of the week: David Rios(D)/Ricky Escovedo(ST)
** 7th grade B TEAM WON 50 to 0 over SWEETWATER **
The steers broke the wild mustangs last night with great defense and an unstoppable offense. Defensively the steers made a ton great team tackles behind the line of scrimmage. The mighty steers took advantage of wet conditions and forced several fumbles in which 3 of them were recovered and returned by BAILEY SIMPSON who also had 6 tackles for a loss. MICHAEL MUNOZ and JEREMIAH YBARRA both made several crucial tackles to help keep the mustangs out of both the red zone and the end zone. JOSEPH MURRILLO and ANTHONY GONZALEZ solidified the strength of the defensive line with great effort up front.
Offensively the steers gave the fans a reason to buy popcorn as they put on a show reaching the end zone 6times and converting all of their 2point conversions. The O-line made that possible by creating massive lanes for the backs. IAN CORTEZ and QBEN LEWIS both had two touchdowns and over 100 yards rushing a piece. Quarterback KENDERRICK JACKSON had two touchdowns as well on the zone read which helped keep the mustangs honest on defense. ANTRON DEMPS pitched in on offense with his first touchdown of the season by way of rushing.
** 7th grade A TEAM WON 30 to 6 over SWEETWATER **
Thursday night was another cold and wet game for the mighty steers as they fought to tame a different group of wild mustangs but here at home. Defensively it took some grit for the steers to get it figured out as they provided the offense with the ball by creating multiple stops and turnovers.
ANGEL RIVERA was solid with his linebacker play by keep outside contained and making several big hits. KYLE GAY changed the name of his position from linebacker to bell ringer as he came up with 3 obliterating hits that crippled the mustangs he also had 5 tackles. After a rough first quarter the defensive shut things down up front by pass rushing and tackles behind the line of scrimmage. ABEL CASARES had 3 tackles, KEYSHAUN WOODRUFF had 5 tackles, ANGEL RIVERA had 6 tackles which sparked dominating play from the DLINE AND LINEBACKERS. The secondary joined the party with 3 pics. JAYDEN DRAKE HAD 2 PICS(INTERCEPTIONS) AND EZEKIEL CARREON had 1 late in the 4th quarter to stick the dagger in.
The OLINE again dominated up front as they were led by Center JEREMIAH PRESAS and created Mack truck sized running lanes for the running game and gave the Quarter back an eternity to throw the ball in the passing game. GAVIN PADRON connected with AUSTEN PERKINS for 1 touchdown and a 2point conversion. It was another running back by committee type of game as ABRAM JACKSON (AJ) HAD OVER 100 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns, TYREE BRAWLEY rushed for over 150 yards yet again and scored 1 touchdown, ANGEL RIVERA rushed for 50 yards total, and ABEL CASARES scored a 2-point conversion.
More importantly the steers showed great sportsmanship, team leadership, and love as they played for and with one another.
The boys did a great job of being respectful and encouraging on the sidelines. They picked each other up and gave each other confidence in themselves. It was a great team effort by both teams.
The steers face off against Andrews again here at home next Thursday.
The Crossroads Young Marines will have their Drug Demand Reduction Dash 5k Fundraiser on Saturday, October 27th. The event begins at 10 AM and will begin and end at the Vietnam Memorial in Big Spring.
Online registration is going on now for the event and will close at midnight on October 22nd. Cost for Young Marines is $15, Non-Young Marines is $25, and Late Registration will cost $30.
Awards will be given to different divisions – Young Marines, Youth, Teen, Adult, and Senior. 1st place will receive a plaque with the Young Marine logo, and 2nd and 3rd places will receive a medal. All participants will receive DDR participation medal, goodie bag, and t-shirt.
For more information, contact Carrie Rodman, Unit Adjutant, at 325-232-0551.
The Howard College Hawks Softball team will have a Kids Softball Camp on Sunday, October 28th, and a High School Evaluation Camp on Sunday, November 4th.
The Kids Softball Camp will be a 2-hour camp that will focus on all the fundamental skills regarding pitching, defense, and offense. It will also include playing fun games and interacting with the Hawk players and coaches. There will be 2 sessions for the Kids Softball Camp. Ages 5 to 10 will have their camp from 1 to 3 PM on Oct. 28th, and ages 11 to 14 will be scheduled from 3 to 5 PM on the same day. Cost is $30 per participant.
The High School Evaluation Camp on Sunday, November 4th, from 2-4 PM will be a 2-hour evaluation camp that will focus on giving feedback regarding overhand/underhand throwing velocity, base running times, bat speed, etc. Instruction regarding pitching, offense, and defense will also be included. It should be noted that this camp will also provide an opportunity to be evaluated by college coaches and be exposed to a collegiate softball environment. Cost is $40 per participant.
RSVP is preferred for each event, but walk-ups will be accepted on the day of the event. For more information or to RSVP email Assistant Coach Shelby Shelton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coahoma - The Coahoma Bulldogettes fell to Colorado City in 5-3A district action Tuesday night. The Lady Wolves won in three sets, 15,25; 15,25; 12,25.
MaKynlee Overton led the Bulldogettes on offense. The sophomore recorded 8 kills during the game. Paige Akins earned 4 kills; and Julia Mashburn knocked out 2 aces. Mashburn notched 8 assists in the game and 2 digs. Overton had 4 blocks during the match.
Earlier in the evening, JV Red downed the Lady Wolves in two sets.
Next: The Coahoma volleyball squad will travel to Coleman Saturday to face the Lady Bluecats again. Varsity will play at 9 a.m. followed by JV Red at 10 a.m. and JV White at 11 a.m.
Kills: MaKynlee Overton, 8; Paige Atkins, 4; Caitlyn Corley, 1.
Aces: Julia Mashburn, 2.
Assists: Mashburn 8; Jaydan Mann, 3
Blocks: Overton 4
Digs: Mashburn, 2; Mann, 2; Corley, 2; Haven Martin, 2; Atkins, 1; Overton, 1.
(Information and photos courtesy of Coahoma Media.)
The junior high Bulldogettes powered over the Colorado City Lady Wolves in volleyball action Monday. 7th Grade A won in three sets: 15,25; 28,8; 25,14. The 7th Grade B team also took home a victory in two sets: 25-10, 25-20. Eighth Grade B won 25,18; 25-20; and 8th Grade A lost to a tough Colorado team 14-25;11-25.
Next: The junior high volleyball season will wrap up Monday when the Bulldogettes take on Coleman in Coleman. Game times are 4 p.m. and 5 p.m.
(Photos and information courtesy of Coahoma Media.)
The 7th grade A team had a tough loss to Lamesa (12-25, 25-20, 16-25). Standouts on offense were Cloe Viasana, Kendall Brooks, and Brooklyn Hyatt with a combined total of 23 ace serves. Karissa Gonzales, Julianna Fraser, and Hyatt led the team on defense.
The 7th grade B team had a great night and a win against Lamesa (18-25, 23-25). All the girls led great on defense and offense, they worked fantastic as a team and continue to work hard. Standout players for the night was Mia Seracho, Reghan Heffle and Lauren Bryans. The girls are looking forward to their last game Monday night against Sweetwater.
The 8th Grade A Lady Steers fell to the Lady Tors in 3 hard fought sets last night. Jalen Sykes, Kortney Moore, and Kylin Corley played hard on the net! Alyson Castaneda, Katelyn Haynie, and Gissele Holguin led out on offense and assists. Monica Gutierrez, Emily Matthews, and Marlie Kennedy fought hard on defense. We are looking forward to getting a win our last game in Sweetwater!
8th grade B came out with a win over Lamesa in two sets Monday evening 25-17 and 25-19. Strong offense was played by Celi Vela, Kisa Cate, Kaydence Canales, Valerie Hernandez and Mia Bustamante-with kills by Daniah Wrighter, Lora Otto, Elaina Arredondo and Kiersten Furuya. Chloe Posey and Claudia Viera were strong on defense and each had many assists. These girls played their best game all season and are looking forward to playing hard against Sweetwater next week!
Big Spring Ford Football Friday Final Scores 10-13-18
Dumas HS 55 Big Spring HS 0 - Sonic Players of the Game against the Dumas Demons were offensive player CJ Harris and defensive player Brett Berringer. The Big Spring Collision Big Hit of the Game went to Jack Everett.
* Abernathy HS 59 Stanton HS 7 - Sonic Players of the Game against the Abernathy Antelopes were offensive player Tyler Benedict and defensive player James Orona.
Forsan - Open
* ldalou HS 35 Coahoma HS 0 - Sonic Players of the Game against the Idalou Wildcats were offensive player Jonathon Schneider and defensive player Bubba Duenes.
* - District games
Other Area High Schools
Mccamey HS 35 Mountain View HS 21
Cooper HS 49 Palo Duro HS 15
Hereford HS 56 Lake View HS 7
Rider HS 34 Wylie HS 7
Brownwood HS 34 Gatesville HS 14
Snyder HS 29 Monahans HS 27
Canyon HS 38 Andrews HS 20
Brownfield HS 29 Seminole HS 28
Lamesa HS 49 Sweetwater HS 30
Greenwood HS 41 Pecos HS 13
Kermit HS 44 Reagan County 21
Hawley HS 44 Winters HS 14
Colorado HS 45 Roosevelt HS 6
Iraan HS 18 Alpine HS 7
Stamford HS 41 Ozona HS 16
Sterling City HS 64 Water Valley HS 18
Robert Lee HS 64 Veribest HS 8
Blackwell School 50 Santa Anna HS 0
Klondike HS 44 Sands Cisd 14
Borden County School 52 O'Donnell HS 6
Highland HS 62 Westbrook School 13
Tascosa HS 38 Midland HS 20
Lee HS 51 Frenship HS 15
Permian HS 42 Odessa HS 10
Central HS 17 Abilene 15
Lady Steers Volleyball Team takes WIN over Lake View in 5 Sets, 10/12/18
Scores: 23-25, 18-25, 25-15, 25-21, 15-12
Logan Terrazas -16 Kills, 6 Blocks, 4 Aces, 16 Digs
Kayleigh Penny -13 Kills, 1 Ace, 1 Assist, 21 Digs
Olivia Bancroft - 11 Kills, 2 Aces, 10 Assists, 7 Digs
Amber Martinez - 5 Kills, 3 Blocks, 2 Assists, 7 Digs
Keila Yanez - 4 Kills, 2 Blocks, 1 Ace
Hayden Bell - 5 Digs
Robyn Evans - 1 Assist, 4 Digs
Hannah Bell - 20 Assists, 8 Digs
Ryen Terrazas - 7 Kills, 1 Block, 2 Assists, 5 Digs
Mackenzie Rodriques - 16 Digs
Kalyn Whitehead - 4 Kills, 2 Blocks
Gabby Lopez - 5 Digs
Yesterday, Big Spring Cross Country teams competed in the District Meet held in Snyder at Western Texas College. The Big Spring Varsity Boys team are now 4-time District Champs. Varsity Girls placed third, and JV girls, JV boys, and Junior High Boys are also district champs. Big Spring Varsity Cross Country teams will compete at the Regional Meet on October 22nd at Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock.
Individual Results for Varsity Boys and Girls are as follows
REGION 1 – DISTRICT 5 – 4A, 10/10/18
Event - Men’s 5K – Big Spring Varsity Boys placed 1st.
Cooper Miller - 18:17 (1st place)
Roman Perez - 19:00 (3rd place)
Manuel Marquez – 19:35
Damina Franco – 20:03
Augustine De Los Santos – 20:28
Dusty Chavez – 20:38
Othon Villalobos – 21:13
Event – Girls’ 2 mile – Big Spring Varsity Girls placed 3rd.
Chloe Bustamante – 14:44
Elisabeth Jones – 14:46
Falicity Calderon – 15:25
Kayleigh Muniz – 16:06
Alianna Beserra – 16:07
Marisol Rodriguez – 16:27
McKenna Valle – 16:51
Analisa Blount – 17:44
Tuscola - The Bulldogettes started strong against the Lady Indians but couldn’t push past Jim Ned’s varsity volleyball squad. Coahoma fell in four sets 25-27, 25-10, 25-10, 25-10,
In the opening set, Coahoma quickly took the lead and kept it until the middle of the match. The Lady Indians were able to build up a 2-point advantage halfway through until the Bulldogettes came roaring back. From then on, it was dog fight between the two teams. Coahoma won the battle 27-25. Jim Ned then salted away the next three sets for the win.
Senior Paige Atkins led the way for Bulldogettes on offense. She had 10 kills for the game and 1 ace. Senior Julia Mashburn had 13 assists and sophomore MaKynlee Overton had 3 aces.
Both Coahoma junior varsity teams - Red and White - lost to the Lady Indians in two sets earlier in the day.
Next: Coahoma will take on Colorado City at home Tuesday. JV Red will begin at 5:30 p.m. with varsity to follow at 6:30 p.m. Both games will be held in the CES competition gym.
Kills: Paige Atkins, 10; Ashley Romero, 7; MaKynlee Overton, 4; Caitlyn Corley, 2; Julia Mashburn, 1.
Assists: Mashburn, 13; Jaydan Mann, 9; Romero, 1; Corley.
Digs: Overton, 9; Romero, 6; Adkins, 6; Sydney Rinard, 3.
Aces: Overton, 3; Atkins, 1.
Blocks: Romero, 2; Overton, 2.
Big Spring Ford Football Friday Final Scores 10-5-18
Canyon HS 38 Big Spring HS 0
Sonic Players of the Game were offensive player DJ Molina, and defensive player Abel Clark. The Big Spring Collision Big Hit of the Game went to Jack Everett.
Forsan HS 25 Wink HS 24
Other area high schools scores
Brownfield HS 34 Lake View HS 27
Greenwood HS 56 Lamesa HS 14
Monahans HS 61 Pecos HS 0
Snyder HS 27 Fort Stockton HS 13
Trinity HS 70 Central HS 28
Coronado HS 42 Cooper HS 23
Abilene 28 Bell HS 7
Denver City HS 49 Reagan County 6
Crane HS 42 Ozona HS 14
Alpine HS 27 McCamey HS 0
Clyde HS 21 Stamford HS 13
Iraan HS 27 Winters HS 26
Sterling City HS 76 Rankin HS 28
Grady HS 62 Robert Lee HS 52
Blackwell School 67 Veribest HS 22
Garden City HS 34 Strawn 23
Westbrook School 46 Sands 0
Andrews HS 28 Hereford HS 21
In a close match, the Coahoma Bulldogettess couldn’t overcome the Coleman Lady Bluecats Tuesday night and fell in three sets, 26-24, 25-19, 25-22.
Paige Aktins led in offense for the Bulldogette varsity volleyball squad. She had 9 kills for the game. Julia Mashburn had 9 assists and Cassie Grant had 4 digs.
The Bulldogettes pulled off 5 aces during the evening thanks to strong serves by Ashley Romero, who had 3, along with Mashburn and Jaydan Mann, who both had 1 a piece.
Earlier in the day, both Coahoma JV teams won their matches against Coleman: JV White, 25-12, 25-15; and JV Red, 25-11, 25-11.
Next: The Bulldogettes will travel to Clyde Saturday to faceoff against the Lady Bulldogs.
Aces: Ashley Romero, 3; Julia Mashburn, 1; Jadyan Mann, 1.
Kills: Paige Atkins, 9; Romero, 4; MaKynlee Overton, 3; Kaitlyn Corley, 3.
Assists: Mashburn, 9; Mann 7.
Digs: Cassie Grant, 4; Overton, 2; Romero, 2; Mann, 1
The 7th grade A team fell short to Snyder in 3 sets. The first set was was close with our Lady Steers defeating the Lady Tigers (26-24). The second and third sets weren’t in our favor (20-25 and 10-15), but the team worked as a unit to make key plays. Kendall Brooks, Julianna Fraser, and Delaney Moreno played well on offense. Defense was led by Miranda Gomez, Brooklyn Hyatt, and Karissa Gonzales.
7th Grade B fell to Snyder in 2 sets (5-25, 15-25). Standout players on defense were Addison Rubio and Destiny Hodnett. Standout players on offense were Lauren Bryans and Kylee Haynie. Girls worked hard and continue to do their best!
8th Grade A Lady Steers fell to the Snyder Tigers in 2 sets. We had some great net play though led by Jalen Sykes, Marlie Kennedy, and Katelyn Haynie. Taylor Partlow and Kortney Moore led out of offense from around the floor. Defensively Monica Gutierrez and Alyson Castaneda worked the back row.
8th grade B fell to Snyder in three sets. Our Lady Steers won the first set (25-20). We fell in the next two sets (25-16, & 25-16). Our stand-out players were Kaydence Canales, Elaina Arrendondo, Mia Bustamante and Daniah Wrighter with serving aces and J’oncye, Daniah and Elaina with kills at the net. Valerie Hernandez, Mia Bustamante and Kaydence Canales played strong defense.