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November 15th, 2014
SNYDER â€” The Big Spring High School Lady Steers 2014 volleyball season came to an end on Friday afternoon in the friendly confines of the Scurry County Coliseum with a tough 3-0 setback against the Decatur Lady Eagles in the semifinal round of the Region I-4A Volleyball Championships.
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ALEDO â€“ When the Gainesville High School Leopards looked at the statistical numbers associated with the Big Spring High School Steers, they probably got all giddy and developed a warm, fuzzy feeling inside.
Garrett Wigington and Manuel Galvan helped the Steer defense turn that feeling into one of disappointment and despair on a cold Friday night at Bearcats Stadium. The two helped turn a dominating defensive effort by the Steers in the first half into a thrilling 35-17 victory in the Class 4A Division bi-district state playoffs â€“ and a return trip to the second round.
Nathan Schneider didnâ€™t think too much about the situation when Brownwoodâ€™s Harley Price ducked his head and pushed his way into a pile in an effort to get a few extra yards. He only knew one thing, with his team trailing with 9:25 left in the game the Steers desperately needed the ball.
Thus, when Price didnâ€™t go down, Schneider decided to try and strip the ball from the running backsâ€™ hands.
28 New Orleans (4-4) @
10 Carolina (3-5-1)
New Orleans took over sole possession of first place in the NFC South, as running back Mark Ingram continued his strong season as he ran for 100+ yards and 2 touchdowns. The New Orleans defense was able to stymy Carolina QB Cam Newton, who was 10-28 passing for 151 yards.
22 Cleveland (5-3) vs.
17 Tampa Bay (1-7)
The Big Spring Junior High School seventh- and eighth-grade football games scheduled for tonight will not be played.
According to a release from the BSISD Athletic Department, the junior high's season-ending games against Brownwood were cancelled due to weather concerns.
The Steers were scheduled to have played their games in Merkel.
For Julianna Rodriguez and Erin Pollard, the seven-year volleyball itch probably wonâ€™t be ending any time too soon â€“ especially if the Western Texas College Lady Wranglers have their way.
Rodriguez and Pollard, two key pieces to the Big Spring High School Lady Steersâ€™ run to the Class 3A state volleyball tournament a year ago, officially extended their volleyball careers on Monday afternoon when they signed letters of intent to play for the Lady Westerners.
The Big Spring High School Lady Steers will face the Pampa Lady Harvester in the first round of the Class 4A state volleyball playoffs. The game will be played at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesay at Wayland Baptist University in Plainview.
ABILENE â€“ For the Big Spring High School Steers coaches and players, Friday night truly was the scariest Halloween.
And the toughest to get through.
Wylie made Big Spring a footnote in its football history by reeling off 29 unanswered points in the second quarter and then cruising to a stunning 49-6 victory in front of a large crowd at Bulldogs Stadium. The win marked the 250th of Wylie head coach Hugh Sandiferâ€™s career â€“ and the ninth straight time the Bulldogs have beaten Big Spring.
The Howard College menâ€™s basketball team kicked off its 2014-15 season on a high note on Friday afternoon by grinding out an impressive win over Carl Albert State College in Plano.
The Hawks, who entered the year ranked No. 18 nationally in the NJCAA preseason poll, began their three-day outing in north-central Texas with an 80-68 win over the Vikings.
The Christoval Cougars did the unexpected on Friday night. And the Forsan Buffaloes were the worse for it.
Christoval dealt Forsan a stunning 26-20 setback at Jack Pardee Memorial Field. In so doing, the Cougars handed Forsan its third straight loss in as many weeks and all but ended Forsanâ€™s postseason hopes.