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Logan Yarbar drained 13 points in the championship game and the Big Spring Lady Steers came back totown this weekend with a 63-26 win over Kermit and the tournament championship.
Big Spring went 4-0 in the tournament, with Bridgett Tuitt receiving All-Tournament honors and Mackenzie Stone taking the 3-point shootout championship for the Lady Steers.
Big Spring senior Cerbi Ritchey was named to the Texas All-State volleyball team this week.
Midland Christian JV 30
Mid. Christ. â Smith â 9
Stanton â Patterson â 16, Beasley â 12
Grape Creek 53
Grape Creek â Daniel â 14, Doss â 12
Coahoma â Castilaw â 14, Goodblanket â 11
Fort Stockton 49
Ft.Stock. â Fuenty â 10, Singh â 13
Stanton â Graham â 12
Midland Christian JV 35
Mid. Christ. â Macham â 10, Johnson â 10
Coahoma â Castilaw â 14
Grape Creek 40
Grape Creek â Doss â 14
Stanton â Patterson â 8
Fort Stockton 45
The Lady Steers outscored Odessa High in every quarter to take a 34-23 win in a low-scoring game at the basketball tournament in Andrews.
Cerbi Ritchey led everyone on the court with nine points and 12 rebounds, while Diamond Mayes added eight points and six rebounds. Workhorse Bridgette Tuitt (32 minutes of game time) joined in with seven points and four rebounds.
The Forsan Lady Buffs spotted Grape Creek a nine-point lead in the first quarter before storming back to take a commanding decision in Tuesday night's basketball action.
Cheyenne Galloway led the girls with 10 points and six rebounds as the Lady Buffs shut the door on Grape Creek, starting in the second quarter and rolling through the second half.
âThe kids played great defense in the second half,â Head Coach Robert Hillinger said. âThey limited Grape Creek to two field goals in the entire half.â
The Lady Steers of Big Spring got back to winning Tuesday night as they defeated visiting Greenwood 52-45. The Lady Steers jumped out to a 28-16 halftime lead and held on for the win as Greenwood tried to rally late.
Scoring 14 points in each of the first two periods, Big Spring held the visitors to six points in the first frame and 10 in the second. Greenwood would outscore the Lady Steers 29-24 in the second half, but the damage had already been done, as Big Spring improves to 5-1 on the year.
After a very successful season, the Lady Steers' volleyball team received some great news. Nine players from the team were recognized for their performance during the season with district honors.
Cerbi Ritchey was named to the All-Region team, as well as being dubbed District 5-3A Hitter of the Year. Carson Reibe was named District 5-3A Defensive Player of the Year.
district football honors
Newcomer of the Year â Caige Miller, Coahoma
Utility Player of the Year â Ty Johnson, Forsan
First Team Offense
Quarterback â Tanner Ruiz, Coahoma
Fullback â Justin Coker, Coahoma
Receiver â Trevor Burchett, Forsan
Tight End â Ethan Mauldin, Stanton
Linemen â Jacob Echavarria,Coahoma; Logan Fryar, Stanton
Kicker âAndres Chavez, Stanton
First Team defense
Defensive End â Ethan Mauldin, Stanton; Marco Molina, Coahoma
Defensive Linemen â Logan Fryar, Stanton; Copeland Riddell, Forsan
Big Spring Steers
representing District 5-3A
First Team Offense
Wide Receiver â Toby Rodgers
Offensive Line â Joseph Morelion
First Team Defense
Defensive End â Diamond Bailey
Inside Linebacker â Max Pappajohn
Second Team Offense
Fullback â Max Pappajohn
Utility Back â Devin Roberson
Honorable Mention Offense
Center â Sawyer Roberts
Second Team Defense
Defensive Line â Chris Nunez
Safety â Devin Roberson
Punter â Devin Roberson
Honorable Mention Defense
Defensive End â Isaac Garza
On a misty, foggy night, one of Coahoma's own returned to Bulldog Gym for a bitter-sweet reunion. It was father vs. son as the O'Donnell Eagles came to town, coached by Blake Nichols, son of Coahoma's Coach Kim Nichols.
It was the first time the two men have met as coaches and this time, the Dad got the better of Son, as Coahoma defeated O'Donnell 64-50, spurred on by 34-point night by Tanner Ruiz. The Coahoma junior hit four 3-pointers to lead the Bulldogs to their second win of the young season.
Before the game, Blake Nichols talked about playing his father: