Archive - Sports Article
February 12th, 2014
The Howard College menâs basketball team finds itself in an unusual situation heading into its Thursday showdown with Frank Phillips College at the Dorothy Garrett Coliseum. They are unranked.
For the last four seasons, Kelsie Guinn has been the face of the Big Spring High School Lady Steersâ golf program. On Monday afternoon, she became the face of another.
Guinn became the latest Big Spring senior to sign to play collegiately next fall on Monday afternoon when she inked a deal to play golf next season at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene. Guinn signed the scholarship in front of a large gathering of her family, friends and classmates in the BSHS foyer.
Mikey Pappajohn and the Big Spring High Steers boysâ golf team battled their way to a fourth-place finish at the 2014 Big Spring Golf Tournament, which was held Saturday at the Big Spring Country Club.
Big Spring will kick off its quest to notch a postseason victory this evening when they face off with the Fabens Lady Wildcats in the bi-district round of the high school girlsâ basketball playoffs. The two teams are set to tip-off beginning at 6 p.m. in the Pecos High School gym.
The Big Spring and Coahoma powerlifting teams both turned in solid outings on Saturday at the 13th Annual Coahoma Powerlifting Meet. Both posted top five marks in the boysâ and girlsâ divisions.
Samantha Ohmie smashed a grand slam in the bottom of the fifth inning on Saturday and powered the Howard College Lady Hawks to a sweep of the Ranger College Lady Rangers in college softball action at Foundation Field.
The Howard College menâsâ and womenâs basketball teams will be on a mission when they take to the court in Clarendon. Their goal is simply to get back on the right track.
Fresh off tough losses to South Plains College, the Hawks and Lady Hawks will return to action with a road game against Clarendon College tonight. Games will begin at 5:45 p.m. with the tip-off of the womenâs matchup.
COLORADO CITY - The Big Spring High School Lady Steers knew their entire season came down to 32 minutes when they walked onto the floor of âThe Pitâ at Colorado High School on Friday evening. Even though there was only a smattering of fans in the stands to watch, there was no way they were going to let four months of hard work, running and sweat end with just four quarters left.
The Forsan High School Buffaloes are primed and ready for the Class A state basketball playoffs. Just ask the Smyer Bobcats.
The Buffaloes, backed by a stifling second-half defensive effort, claimed one of its biggest wins this season on Friday by pounding out a thrilling 55-53 win over 10th-ranked Smyer in a key District 6-A, Division I, battle.
The Big Spring High School Steers wonât waste much time before swinging into high school baseball tournament play once the season begins. Big Spring is one of six West Texas teams slated to participate in the 2014 West of the Pecos Wood Bat Classic on Feb. 20-22 in Fort Stockton.