Archive - May 2014 - Sports Article
The transformation of Memorial Stadium from ugly duckling to Hollywood goddess is almost complete. Well, it will be if several local residents have their way.
The Midland College Chaparrals dealt the Howard College Hawks the toughest blow imaginable on Monday afternoon at Dan Law Field on the campus of Texas Tech University. The end blow.
LUBBOCK â€“ Yogi Berra would have been proud of the McLennan Community College Highlanders on Sunday afternoon at Dan Law Field on the campus of Texas Tech University. They proved the game really isnâ€™t over until its over.
The Forsan High School Buffaloes knew heading into Game 2 of their best-of-three playoff series against Tahoka on Saturday in Seminole they would have to hit the ball with authority if they wanted to keep their 2014 postseason alive. So they did.
AUSTIN - Jeremy Cervantes wrote his name deep into Forsan High School athletic history on Saturday in front of a large crowd at the Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin.
While Dyrshae Vanderbilt and Ryan Lopez attempt to lead their Big Spring High School relay teams to wins ion Saturday, they wonâ€™t be the only Crossroads area athletes looking to claim medals when the 2014 University Interscholastic Leagueâ€™s state track and field meet gets under way on Friday. In addition to Big Spring, no fewer than 21 other area athletes will be competing in the Class A meets.
BSISD officials have scheduled a meeting for 10:30 a.m. on Monday in the west parking lot of Memorial Stadium to showcase a large-scale model of a proposed new scoreboard the district is considering.
The Forsan High School Buffaloes will be playing Tahoka in the area round of the Class A baseball playoffs ton Friday. The two will be playing a best-of-three series in Seminole. Fridayâ€™s game will begin at 6 p.m. Game 2 will start at 1 on Saturday. A third game, if necessary will begin 30 minutes after Game 2.
Many of the teams and athletes gathering this weekend at the University Interscholastic Leagueâ€™s Class 3A State Track and Field Championships in Austin know they donâ€™t have a chance at winning a state title. That isnâ€™t the case for the Big Spring High School Lady Steers 4x200- and 4x400-meter relay teams.
Both have very realistic chances of walking away from the meet with gold medals.
The Howard College Lady Hawks may have seen their bid to earn a berth in the NJCAA softball World Series fall one game shy, but that didnâ€™t mean the team didnâ€™t impress on the field.
Proof the Lady Hawks were among the top squads on the field came earlier this week when six members of the Howard College squad were named to the Western Junior College Athletic Conferenceâ€™s 2014 all-conference roster. The six were among 21 WJCAC softball standouts honored with postseason awards.