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February 8th, 2014
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.
Cold weather and frozen greens at the Big Spring Country Club forced Big Spring ISD school officials to cancel todayâs first round of the Big Spring Golf Tournament. The tournament was originally scheduled for today and Saturday.
The South Plains College Texans used a 10-5 run in the final 2 minutes Thursday evening to notch their biggest win of the 2013-14 season. And deal Howard College its biggest setback.
Who says only boys can stand out in powerlifting? Probably not anyone who has been to a high school powerlifting meet. Or, anyone who happens to stop by the Coahoma High School gym on Saturday to see some of the regionâs top weightlifting athletes compete in the annual Bulldog Powerlifting Meet.
The Howard College men's and women's conference basketball games against South Plains College scheduled for tonight will be played at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the Dorothy Garrett Coliseum. Hawk Homecoming activities will continue as scheduled and the Homecoming Court will be presented between the two games tonight.
Devin Roberson and Chris Lindem added their names to the Big Spring High School Steersâ football history books on Wednesday afternoon by landing college deals.
The Grady Wildcats are just 32 minutes away from another gold trophy.
The Wildcats, who are ranked No. 17 in the latest Texas Association of Basketball Coachesâ poll, moved to within one win of claiming the outright District 6-A, Division II, basketball championship on Tuesday by pounding out an 80-48 win over the Dawson Dragons.
For the Howard College Hawks, tonightâs showdown with the South Plains College Texans is the Super Bowl, World Series and Iditarod all wrapped in one. Make no mistake about, as far as the Howard College Hawks are concerned, there is no bigger game on the schedule.