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22
Dec
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Taylor, Gonzales, Dunn light up the Wolves

COLORADO CITY - Stanton’s Natalie Taylor was on fire in junior high action against Colorado City last week, hitting a dozen as the Buffs downed the Wolves 38-19.

Analiese Gonzales followed with nine and Emma Dunn had seven points. Sarah Denson and Mariah Brooks both added four.

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Fri
22
Dec
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Wildcats improve season mark to 8-4

WATER VALLEY – The Grady Wildcats continue to win, improving to 8-4 on the season after defeating Ira and Water Valley last week.

Ira was a hard fought battle from start to finish. The Bulldogs took and early 15-10 lead but Grady managed to rally for a 20- 20 halftime score.

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Fri
22
Dec
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Kirsten Church fights off a defender at the Hooptown Classic

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Fri
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Reagan Nichols

Stanton’s Reagan Nichols makes a move during the recent Hooptown Classic

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Fri
08
Dec
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Junior high Stanton girls well into season

STANTON – The Stanton junior high girls’ basketball seasons are well under way after playing games against Colorado City, Merkel, Clyde and Jim Ned.

Stanton hosted the Colorado City Wolves on Nov. 6.

The seventh grade A team lost 14-4 with Rylee Murray scoring the Buffs four points.

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Fri
08
Dec
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Buffaloes plow up the field in Meadow

MEADOW – The Stanton Buffaloes are starting to find their rhythm with three straight wins and a Meadow Tournament championship.

Stanton opened the tournament with a 76-65 win over Lorenzo.

Leading scorer for Stanton was Sebastian Escamilla with 24 points. Wes Ulmer, Reagan Nichols and Blake Snellgrove finished in double figures with 12, 11 and 10 points respectively and Colby Rachard finished with nine points.

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Fri
01
Dec
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Grady’s Wildcats took consolation

Grady’s Wildcats took consolation in the Baird Tournament two weeks ago. Raina Short was selected in the all tournament team.

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Fri
01
Dec
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Forsan manhandles ‘Cats Tuesday by 33; Miles is next

FORSAN - Grady Wildcats Varsity boys fell to Forsan Buffaloes last Tuesday 68-35. Forsan put a whopping 21 points on the board in the first quarter while Grady could only tack up five on the scoreboard and then only 11 more in the second quarter to the Buffaloes 18 points.

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Fri
01
Dec
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Stanton girls squeek by Stockton 55-53

FORT STOCKTON – The Stanton varsity girl’s basketball team managed a 55-53 win over Fort Stockton on Nov.17. Stanton started the game on fire scoring 20 points in the first quarter and taking the early lead, but Fort Stockton rallied for 13 straight points to erase an eight point advantage for a 30- 27 halftime lead.

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Wed
22
Nov
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Football districts thinned out in first round of playoffs

WEST TEXAS - Both Stanton’s and Grady’s football districts got thinned out pretty dramatically the first week of the state playoffs.

Only two of the six teams that went into those playoffs remain alive for the second round.

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