Sports

Fri
18
Nov

Kinnear reaches 400th win on Nov. 12

STANTON – Stanton High School girls basketball Coach Jim Kinnear has reached yet another personal and professional milestone, his 400th career victory on the hardwood. The 400th win came on Nov. 12 in Stanton when the Buffs hosted Crane Golden Cranes. The victory was never in doubt as Stanton blasted the Crane 68-15.

 

Fri
18
Nov

Wildcats in ninth as team; Perez again leads the team

ROUND ROCK – The Grady Wildcats qualified the Class A State Cross Country meet for the third straight season. Grady would finish ninth in the team standings with Elijah Perez leading the team in 29th with his time of 18:26.40. Carlos Flores finished 39th with a time of 18:55.84 followed by Alijah Ontiveros in 43rd running a 19:02.27, Cristian Jimenez was 60th ending the race in 19:29.02 and Justin DeLucas was 62nd crossing the finish line in 19:32.21.

 

Fri
11
Nov

Peewee football

Peewee football players are in the wings to help the Stanton Buffaloes down the road.

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Fri
11
Nov

Elijah Perez will lead the Grady Wildcats

Grady freshman Elijah Perez will lead the Grady Wildcats at the state cross country meet this week in Round Rock. He was the top Grady finisher at regionals, finishing seventh overall.

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Fri
04
Nov

Stanton’s varsity boys

Stanton’s varsity boys cross country team ran in the Region I cross country meet at Mae Simmon Park in Lubbock on Saturday. Members of the team are Ricky Rangel, Sage Fisher, Johnny Jones, Keegan Dahl, Luis Briceno, and Tristyn Sanchez.

 

Fri
04
Nov

Stanton varsity cross

Stanton varsity cross county team of Ida Ortiz, Victoria Alvizo, Dalia Balderas and Payden North competed in the Region I cross country meet in Lubbock Saturday.

 

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Fri
28
Oct

Stanton still in the hunt for state playoff berth

STANTON – Despite the slow start, the Stanton Buffaloes have still not been eliminated from the state playoffs. With the district season half over, the Buffs still have two more games which are labeled must wins in order for the season to extend past district. District 2-AAA will place four teams into the 2016 state playoffs and not even the first seed in the district has been guaranteed to any team.
 
Fri
28
Oct

Buffalo JV, junior high end cross country season

STANTON – The junior varsity and junior high cross country teams wrapped up their season last week by running at the District 5AAA meet. The junior varsity boys had two runners finish in the top 10 with Bryce Ellington taking eighth with a time of 23:12.79 and Nathaniel Clanton placing 10th with his time of 25:42.73.
 
Thu
20
Oct

Buff junior varsity slams Roosevelt 38-12

STANTON - The Stanton junior varsity Buffaloes had an outstanding game last week against Lubbock-Roosevelt coming away with a 38-12 victory. The offensive running game was very impressive with Isaiah Reyna, Jaxson Lindell, Devan Simpson and Keegan Dahl all having strong running performances behind a dominating offensive line consisting of Rankin Kiker, Ethan Quaid, Isaiah Munoz, Chayanne Aguirre, and Luis Garcia.
 
Thu
20
Oct

Grady earns trip to regional meet

LAMESA - Grady’s varsity girls cross country team finished third in the team standings at the District 11-A cross country meet to earn a trip to regionals Oct. 29. Alyssa Lyon led the Wildcats with an eighth place time of 15:44.62.
 

 

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