Archive - Dec 2013 - Sports Article
BRIDGEPORT â Big Spring won its first two games Friday, handily defeating Fort Worth Southwest Christian 61-39 and then edging Saginaw Chisholm Trail 52-47 to open the Bridgeport Christmas Tournament.
Tyler Wigington was top scorer for the Steers in the first game with 18 points. Tate Kennedy had a season-high nine points in the same game. Ty Sealy led BSHS in Game Two with a game-high 21 points.
BIG SPRING â After a hard-fought matchup, Big Spring fell to Lubbock Monterey 65-59 Tuesday at Steer Gym.
Though it was a loss, BSHS Head Coach Ian Ritchey thought his squad turned in a strong performance.
âI thought we played much better against a very good team from a bigger school,â he said. âIt was only our second game with our whole team and weâre starting to gel and show many signs of good things to come.â
Leading the Steers were Matt Yanez with 13 points, Tavaris Walker with 12 and Tyler Wigington with 11.
Next up for Big Spring will be a tournament in Andrews.
FORSAN â Senior running back Kolby Self was honored Tuesday at Forsan High School with the statewide award âBuilt Ford Tough Texas Player of the Weekâ at the 1A level.
Self earned the award for a particularly stellar performance in the final week of the regular season to propel FHS into the playoffs.
He rushed a season-high 35 times for 313 yards and four TDs, including the game-winning score late in the fourth quarter, in a 38-35 win over Winters.