Sports

Thu
28
Sep

Stanton Buffaloes end losing streak with 31-0 beat down of Christoval

CHRISTOVAL – The Stanton Buffaloes finally knocked the monkey off their backs and stopped the losing streak in dominate fashion with an impressive 31-0 dismantling of Christoval at Jack Pardee Memorial Stadium in Christoval.

Stanton was very stingy with the ball, holding possession for 30:19 while only allowing Christoval 17:41 of play time. During that time the Buffaloes ran twenty more plays and racked up over 100 more yards.

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Thu
28
Sep

Red Devils too strong for Wildcats, 65-0

RANKIN – The Grady Wildcat’s struggles continued last week with a 65-0 loss to the Rankin Red Devils in a non-district road game at Red Devil Stadium.

Grady’s offense tried its best to keep pace with the Devil’s scoring machine but was stopped short at every turn and only managed 51 yards of total offense. The Wildcat’s defense also tried mightily to slow the Devil’s high octane offense but no answered could be found as Rankin rolled in the victory.

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Thu
28
Sep

Stanton Junior High cheerleaders

Stanton Junior High cheerleaders have been busy gearing up for the 2017 athletic season. They had a great camp and won the coveted Banana, which means they were the MOST SPIRITED!! They also won the Leadership Award. That leadership award is voted on by all the other squads which is a great honor.

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Fri
22
Sep

Christoval could be the chance to turn season around

STANTON – It hasn’t been the start the Stanton Buffaloes were hoping for as the Forsan Buffaloes handed Stanton its third loss of the young season with a 44-14 performance in Stanton last Friday.

Stanton seemed to improve this past week with its turnover and penalty struggles as the Buffs only had two turnovers and three penalties. The two areas that continue to hamper the Buffs are the offense, and not just the offensive line, picking up and maintaining blocks and the defense being able to get off blocks and continue to big play.

 

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Fri
22
Sep

‘Cats look to turn things around in Rankin Friday

LENORAH – Water Valley was the better of the two Wildcat packs and managed a good road win over Grady with a 60-14 showing Friday at M.W. Tunnell Field in Grady.

Grady was able to handle eve rything Water Valley had to offer except for running back Jeremy Jackson. Grady racked up tackles for loss, defended passes, recovered fumbles and even recorded a safety, but when Water Valley needed a first down or score, the coaching staff called on #20 and he delivered with several long runs and multiple touchdowns.

 

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Fri
15
Sep

Robert Lee too much for Grady in second half

LENORAH – Another fast start by the Grady Wildcats once again ended with a come from behind victory by their opponents as Robert Lee fought its way back to win 50-34 in the Wildcats home opener last Friday at M.W. Tunnell Field in Grady.

Charles Cassell used his arm to give Grady a 16-6 lead in the second quarter with two touchdown strikes to Isaiah DeAnda. The first scoring pass was from four yards out and the second traveled nine yards.

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Fri
15
Sep

Stanton flattened after quality first half

STANTON – Friday’s matchup between the Stanton Buffaloes and the Wink Wildcats started off as a shoot-out but ended in a runaway as Wink scored 30 unanswered points in the second half for a 44-14 win at Buffalo Stadium.

The first quarter was a defensive showcase with forced punts by both teams and interceptions by the Stanton secondary and offensive penalties by both sidelines aided both defenses.

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Fri
08
Sep

Adrian Rodriguez and the Stanton Buffaloes

Adrian Rodriguez and the Stanton Buffaloes will be looking for their first win of the season on Friday when they host the Wink Wildcats.

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Fri
08
Sep

Stanton runners open at Tall City Invitational

MIDLAND - The Stanton cross country teams began the season with the Tall City Invitational which took place on Aug. 26 at the Rock the Desert venue on FM 1788.

Competing in Divison I Girls and running 5000 meters were:

26th, Victoria Alvizo, 23:08.80;

36th, Payden North, 24:20.20;

37th, Payge Grable, 24:23.60

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Fri
01
Sep

Buffs scrimmage Lamesa in final tune-up

STANTON – The contagious effects of enthusiasm and excitement overflowed from the players on the field and invigorated the fans in the stands as the Stanton Buffaloes meet the Lames Golden Tornadoes for the second scrimmage of the season at Buffalo Stadium in Stanton last Thursday evening.

Both teams looked well prepared for the scrimmage as both managed spectacular plays on offense and defense. The Buffs first string and second string found the endzone once apiece and while Lamesa moved the ball well at times, was not able to break the plane during their series’ of plays.

Once the live quarter took over, Stanton seemed jittery and didn’t execute as well on either offense or defense allowing Lamesa to bust a play open for the only score of the period.

 

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