Archive - Feb 2014 - Sports Article
SNYDER â Hollywood scriptwriters couldnât have put more twists and turns â and humor â into the Howard College menâs basketball teamâs season finale that the Western Texas College Westerners on Thursday evening in the Scurry County Coliseum.
The Howard College Hawksâ road to the national tournament will be anything but easy thanks to their fourth-place finish in the Western Junior College Athletic Association standings. But, at least, there is a road.
Sarah Stinnett and Bailey Wipff each poured in 17 points and LaTanya McMaryion added nine as the Howard College women nailed down a 59-49 victory over rival Western Texas in the regular season finale at the Scurry County Coliseum.
After months of hard work, sweat and tears, the Howard College menâs basketball season comes down to this. Win tonightâs showdown with rival Western Texas College or watch the Region V Basketball Tournament from the bleachers.
Coming into the 2014 season, almost everyone in Big Spring knew the Howard College Hawksâ baseball team would be good. Now the rest of the country is finding out.
The weather outside may have been cool, but the Big Spring High School Lady Steers were red hot on Tuesday afternoon en route to claiming a 14-7 win over cross-county rival Coahoma at the BSISD Softball Complex.
Farwell reeled off a huge 9-2 run through the first five minutes of the second quarter and used that to race to a 50-45 come-from-behind victory over Forsan in a Region I quarterfinals showdown in front of a large crowd in the Lubbock Cooper High School gymnasium.
The Sands High School Mustangs and Grady High School Wildcats kept their state title hopes alive on Tuesday. Both teams hammered out wins in their regional quarterfinal playoff games at Wolfforth Frenship High School.
Some of West Texasâ top high school softball programs will converge on Big Spring beginning tomorrow to compete in the 2014 Tournament at the Crossroads event. The tournament is slated to get under way Thursday and run through Saturday at the Roy Anderson Sports Complex.
The New Mexico Junior College Thunderbirds held off a late rally by the Hawks to claim a crucial 63-62 win in front of a large crowd in the Dorothy Garrett Coliseum on Monday. In so doing, the Thunderbirds clarified Howard Collegeâs postseason hopes ... win on Thursday in Snyder or watch from the bleachers.