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Fri
20
Sep
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Lady Wildcats run at Crane Invitational

CRANE - Grady’s varsity girls cross country team was in Crane last weekend for the Golden Crane Invitational.

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Fri
20
Sep
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Wildcats run wild in Lubbock and Crane

LUBBOCK - The Grady boy’s cross country teams have been busy the past two weeks with races in Lubbock and Crane.

Lubbock Preseason Coaches meet was at Mae Simmons Park on Sept. 7.

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Thu
12
Sep
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Buffaloes fall two Wink in defensive battle

WINK – The first two weeks of non-district football action do not make or break a season.

Luckily for the Stanton Buffaloes, an 8-2 road loss to the Wink Wildcats last Friday night is nothing more than another game and a chance to learn and get better.

Stanton played great on the defensive side of the ball for the second week in a row allowing Wink just 105 total yards of offense.

 

 

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Thu
12
Sep
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Grady mercy-rules Southland 53-6

GRADY – The Grady Wildcats looked like an entirely different team Thursday night with a 53-6 mercyrule beat down of Southland.

Grady scored four times in the first quarter while allowing Southland just one trip into the endzone for a 31-6 lead.

The Wildcat’s Caden Hayes carried the ball across the goal line on three different occasions on runs of 24, 24 and 43 yards. The fourth touchdown was a 45 yard pass from Cristian Jimenez to Jackson Welch.

Arath Alarcon converted three kicks and the fourth extra point attempt was a Justin DeLucas pass to Welch.

 

 

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Fri
06
Sep
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Grady loses to Higland 56-8

HIGHLAND – The Grady Wildcats struggled in their season opener on the road against the Highland Hornets on Friday losing 56-8.

Grady started well scoring eight points in the first quarter when Jackson Welch recovered a fumble for a touchdown and Arath Alarcon added the two-point kick. But Grady’s offense could not keep pace with Highland the rest of the game.

A couple times Grady’s offense started to move the ball but three lost fumbles killed drives allowing Highland to sustain momentum.

 

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Fri
06
Sep
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Buffaloes dominate Owls in 20-12 victory

STANTON – The Stanton Buffaloes opened the football season with a 20-12 win over Reagan County on Friday night at Buffalo Stadium in Stanton.

This is the first time the Buffaloes had an opening week victory since beating Kermit in 2015.

The game couldn’t have started any better for the Buffaloes. The defense stopped Reagan County on downs on the first series of the game and the offense took advantage of the short field with a touchdown on its first possession. A failed two-point conversion gave Stanton a 6-0 lead.

 

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Fri
06
Sep
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Grady junior varsity crushes Highland 21-12

GRADY - The junior varsity Wildcats beat the Highland Hornets Thursday night 21-12.

Logan Aaron was 5-8 passing for 65 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Colt Carson caught the touchdown pass.

Austin Aaron led the way on the ground with 83 yards on 19 carries and one touchdown. Bryson Kidd also had a rushing touchdown.

 

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Thu
29
Aug
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Buffs stampede Cowboys; open season with Owls

PLAINS – The Stanton Buffaloes dominated the Plains Cowboys on both sides of the ball in the second scrimmage of the 2018-2019 football season.

Last Friday, Stanton hit the road again and traveled north to battle Plains. The Buff’s offense found the end zone 15 times during the span of scheduled plays and live quarters while the Stanton defense was too tough and did not allow the Cowboys any points.

Stanton’s offensive improvement was very encouraging to the coaching staff.

 

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Thu
29
Aug
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Stanton cross country opens season at Tall City Invitational

MIDLAND - The high school cross country season kicked off Saturday, as the Buffaloes and Lady Buffs competed at the Tall City XC Invite.

Stanton was well represented at the meet, which was held at Rock the Desert, with

a Top 20 finish on the boys’ side, and Top 25 for the girls.

Josh Hensley paced the Buffaloes, finishing 18th overall in the crowded field, with a time of 20 minutes, 28 seconds on the three-mile course.

“Josh’s Top 20 finish was expected, and he will continue to go up,” Coach Morgan Ashmore said. “His time will only continue to improve, so this was a good start for him.”

 

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Thu
22
Aug
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Football is not the only fall sport, cross county season starts Aug. 24

MARTIN COUNTY - Contrary to popular belief, there is more than just football in the fall and winter months in West Texas.

While much of the communities attention is focused on the hard hitting action on the grid iron, several athletes wake up early and stay late after school pounding the pavement in preparation for cross county season.

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