Sports

Fri
14
Nov

Four players being named top player

The Stanton peewee football season came and went with four players being named top player of their respective teams. Zach Rosas, Ryan Peterson, Aaron Montez and Rito DeLao. Montez was also named MVP of the league.
 
Thu
06
Nov

Wildcats poised to make playoffs with win tonight

GRADY - Wildcats coach Chris Kuykendall said it was “refreshing” to see his team play as well as it did in last Thursday’s 74-24 mercy-rule victory against O’Donnell in District 4A Division I action. “We came out and executed and blocked, and tackled and ran the ball well,” Kuykendall said. “We took care of business and that was a good win for us. To see us come out and execute like we did was refreshing.”
 
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Thu
06
Nov

Wildcats qualify for state cross country meet

SAN ANGELO - The Grady High School boy’s cross country team finished third at the Region II cross country meet at Red Arroyo Park in San Angelo last weekend to qualify for the state meet on Nov. 8 at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock.
 
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Fri
31
Oct

Jaquan goes untouched, leads Coleman past Buffaloes

COLEMAN - It was a perfect October night in the heart of Texas for a Friday night football game. Smoke from the concession stand grill swept low across the field on the back of a gentle evening breeze. Fans on both sides were in short sleeve shirts ready to watch the Stanton Buffaloes face off with the undefeated Coleman Bluecats in a District 3AAA Division II game in Coleman.

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Fri
31
Oct

Stanton Junior High takes two from Coleman

COLEMAN - The Junior High football teams made the long trip to Coleman this past Thursday. Even though we travelled that far, we left there with two wins. The 7th grade won 16-14, and the 8th grade won 22-12. “The 7th grade did a great job in the game. They had a few miscues, but still managed to stay ahead.,” said Stanton coach Chad Myers.

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Thu
23
Oct

Wildcats open district season with Borden County

GRADY - The Grady Wildcats return to action this Friday after taking last week off due to a bye in the schedule. The Wildcats will host the undefeated Borden County Coyotes who are looking rather impressive following last weeks 80- 12 win over Amherst.
 
Thu
23
Oct

Stanton’s second half woes continue in fall to Coahoma 27-20

STANTON - It was a tale of two halves and, unfortunately, the Stanton Buffaloes were on the wrong side of it in the second half. After destroying Coahoma in the first half of action, Stanton was hoping to carry that momentum through the second half and get its first district 3AAA Division II win of the season. However, the Coahoma Bulldogs mounted a huge comeback for the 27-20 victory at Buffalo Stadium in Stanton last Friday night.
 
Thu
09
Oct

Seniors, sophomores convert conversions for 16-12 win

STANTON - Stanton’s Senior/Sophomore Team defeated the Jr/Freshmen Team 16 - 12 in the Annual Powder Puff game played last Thursday at Buffalo Stadium. Latriceia Smith scored both of the touchdowns for the Sr/Soph team. The extra point conversions were scored with a run by Smith and then a pass from Smith to Shelby Holland. For the Jr/Fresh team, Robin Beasley and Lanique Smith each scored a touchdown.
 
Thu
09
Oct

Grady runs at Oil Patch Invitational

SUNDOWN - The Grady Wildcats competed in the Sundown Oil Patch Invitational on Oct.4. The five members of the varsity team were Carlos Flores, Braeden Jones, Matthew Balderas, T.J. Shands and Hunter Balderas. Flores led the team with a 29th place time of 20:02 followed by Jones and Balderas with times of 21:05 and 21:39.
 
Fri
03
Oct

Wildcats finish second at Lubbock Invitational

LUBBOCK - It was a very memorable weekend for the Grady High School varsity boy’s cross country team as it finished second at the Lubbock Invitational on one of the hardest cross country courses in the state of Texas. Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock has brought some of the best teams to their knees with those teams not being able to handle the long sprint to start the race followed by the almost vertical hill climb that stops runners in their tracks.
 

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