Archive - 2014 - Sports Article
The Big Spring boysâ and girlsâ powerlifting teams both turned in solid outings on Thursday at the annual Mustang Power Classic in Sweetwater. Both BSHS squads placed in the top 10 in their respective divisions.
Levelland, backed by a 25-2 run to start the game, ended the Lady Steersâ 2013-14 season on Friday in front of a large crowd in the Post High School gymnasium by racing to a 51-21 victory in a Class 3A Area round playoff.
The Howard College Lady Hawks found the perfect way to celebrate their open date on the Western Junior College Athletic Conference schedule. They beat up on the Southwest Texas Junior College Cowgirls in a non-conference matchup.
Sarah Stinnett has rebounded plenty of basketballs during the season for the Howard College Lady Hawks. None, however, were quite as important as the one she grabbed with 1:19 left in overtime on Thursday night in front of a large crowd in the Dorothy Garrett Coliseum.
With the game tied at 54-54 in overtime, Stinnett pulled are bound out of the air and raced to the other end of the floor before dishing the ball to freshman Bailey Wipff, who was immediately fouled.
The Big Spring High School Steers placed four players on the 63rd Annual Collin Street Bakery/Texas Sports Writers Associationâs Class 3A All-State Football Team, which was released this morning. Among the players named to the squad were Shaiem Menefield, Devin Roberson, Tate Kennedy and Tobyn Tannehill.
Following the Howard College Hawksâ practice session on Wednesday, head coach Scott Raines didnât act like a coach whose team had won 20 games and was fighting for a berth in the Western Junior College Athletic Conference. To be sure, he wasnât not happy at his teamâs effort. The proverbial dog house was getting crowded, he admitted.
The Ira High School Lady Bulldogs added some precious metal to their trophy case on Wednesday night by grabbing a thrilling 40-48 win over the Sterling City Lady Eagles in a Class A bi-district playoff game played in the Dorothy Garrett Coliseum.
The win was anything but easy.
For the Howard College Hawks, the quest for a berth in the Region V Basketball Tournament comes down to the simple concept. Win more games than Western Texas College and New Mexico Junior College over the next month.
The Forsan Buffaloes know only one thing about the Class A, Division I state playoffs. They are going to be in it. After that, head coach Gary Huckabee said his team isnât really sure about much else. The who, what and when of their bi-district round matchup will all be decided Friday when Morton and Springlake-Earth meet in a district playoff to determine the No. 3 seed in the District 5-A standings.
PECOS â Head coach Mike Warren knew the Big Spring Lady Steers needed to find a way to get the Fabens Lady Wildcats to abandon their zone defense early on Tuesday evening as he sat in the Eaglesâ Nest at Pecos High School. He just needed something to happen that would force Fabens to spread out their defense a little so his team could use its size and athletic ability in the post.
Julianna Rodriguez was the answer.