Archive - Mar 2014 - Sports Article
Tyler Nairn came about as close to medaling at the 2014 Texas Powerlifting State Championships as humanly possible on Saturday at the Taylor County Expo Center in Abilene. Maybe even closer.
The Big Spring Steersâ€™ varsity track and field team won seven events, including the 4x200-meter relay, on Thursday and sprinted to the boysâ€™ team title at the Greenwood Invitational at King Memorial Stadium. The Steers rolled up 138 points in the meet and finished three points head of Greenwood. Stanton was a close third with 122.
Big Spring High School senior Kelsie Guinn is right where she wanted to be following the completion of the first round of the District 4-3A Golf Championships on Thursday afternoon at the Ward County Golf Course in Monahans - in first place.
The Big Spring High School junior varsity baseball teams have turned in solid performances over the last few games. The teams have combined to go 3-1 over the past few days, netting wins over Forsan and Sweetwater.
Big Springâ€™s Tammy DePauw put on her best impersonation of Tiger Woods on Tuesday afternoon at the Permian Basin Ladies Association tournament at Ratliff Ranch Golf Club in Odessa.
The Big Spring High School boysâ€™ and girlsâ€™ track and field teams will be competing in the Midland Greenwood track meet this afternoon at the GHS track. The event will begin at 2:30 p.m. with a scratch meeting. The field events will get under way at 3:30 with the pole vault competition.
The Stanton High School Buffaloes grabbed the early lead at the 2014 District 4-2A Boysâ€™ Golf Championships earlier this week. The Buffaloes fired a 328 over the first 18 holes of the tournament and head into the final round with a 30 stroke lead over Denver City. The Coahoma High School boysâ€™ team is currently fifth in the team standings, 55 strokes behind Stanton with a team score of 383.
GREENWOOD - The Big Spring High School Steers scored two runs in the top of the 10th inning on Tuesday and claimed a tough 5-3 victory over the Greenwood Rangers in a key District 4-3A showdown.
The Greenwood High School Lady Rangers scored 10 runs in the third inning on Tuesday and raced to a 17-7 win over the Big Spring Lady Steers in District 3-4A action.
The Permian Panthers scored five times in the bottom of the sixth inning on Tuesday and then held on to claim an 11-8 victory over the Big Spring Steers in a non-district baseball contest played in Odessa. The 5-run outburst broke open a 6-6 deadlock and dealt Big Spring its sixth straight loss.