Archive - Nov 23, 2013 - Sports Article
ODESSA â€” Within the storied confines of Ratliff Stadium, Big Spring (9-3) engaged in its second shootout with Andrews (5-7) this season, but this time, it was the Steers who did most of the shooting.
Despite the less than desirable field conditions and freezing weather, BSHS routed the rival Mustangs 56-7, bringing its two-game postseason point total to 117 â€” and counting.
Junior running back Hunter Hill scored four times, bringing his touchdown total to nine against AHS in two outings.
GARLAND â€” Big Springâ€™s hopes of a state title were rudely ended Friday at the Curtis Cullwell Center as the Lady Steerâ€™s historic season came to a close in the state semifinal round.
Big Spring ran into a team with too many weapons and the result was aÂ 25-12, 25-22, 25-10 loss to the Decatur Eagles.
Itâ€™s the first trip to the state tournament for the 40-7 Eagles and they made the most of their initial semifinal appearance.