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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.
 
Fri
03
Oct

Stanton struggles to stop Seagraves run game

STANTON - The Seagraves Eagles, ranked No. 12 in the Associated Press Class AA-DII poll, ran up and down the field last Friday night racking up 353 yards rushing and handing Stanton its third straight loss of the season dropping the Buffs to 2-3. Seagraves utilized its allstate running back Cory Kyle to the tune of 297 yards rushing and three touchdowns to overpower the Buffalo ground defense  while Stanton’s secondary only gave up one pass completion.
 
Fri
26
Sep

Stanton couldn’t find answer fast enough, loses 33-7

STANTON — For the second straight week, the Stanton Buffaloes’ defense allowed 33 points resulting in a lopsided loss. Abernathy scored five touchdowns last Friday night to hand Stanton its second loss of the season. At the start of the game, it seemed it would be a defensive showcase with neither team’s offense mounting much momentum.
 

 

Fri
26
Sep

Stanton’s cross country teams had a successful weekend

LENORAH — The No. 10 Grady Wildcats have come alive with their second win in as many weeks. The most recent victory was a 66-36 beat down of No. 18 Rankin at M.W. Tunnel field in Grady last Friday night. EJ Rodriquez threw for 213 yards, while Joseph Briseno added 146 yards rushing on 18 carries.
 

 

Fri
26
Sep

No. 10 Grady rolls over Rankin 66-36

LENORAH — The No. 10 Grady Wildcats have come alive with their second win in as many weeks. The most recent victory was a 66-36 beat down of No. 18 Rankin at M.W. Tunnel field in Grady last Friday night. EJ Rodriquez threw for 213 yards, while Joseph Briseno added 146 yards rushing on 18 carries.
 

 

Fri
19
Sep

No. 11 Wildcats pick up first win of season

LENORAH — The Wildcats played the first half of Friday’s game without five of its starters but that did little to slow them down in a 66-20 victory against Lubbock Kingdom Prep as Grady bounced back from a season-opening defeat to Ira. Five of Grady’s starters were out of the first half Friday’s game against Lubbock Prep for disciplinary reasons forcing Grady coach Chris Kuykendall to use a more basic package of plays for the younger players in the first half. Once the starters returned in the second half the Wildcats offense became a little more complex.

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Fri
19
Sep

Stanton can’t overcome mistakes, falls to Forsan 33-0

FORSAN – Turnovers and ill timed mistakes cost Stanton the ball game last Friday night at Forsan High School as the black and white Buffs rolled to a 33-0 victory. The overall competition was much closer than the final score as Stanton managed to move the ball rather easily at times including several trips inside the red zone. The problem was Stanton could not capitalize on those huge opportunities or Forsan’s mistakes.

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Fri
12
Sep

Stanton’s Jonathan Tomlinson

Stanton’s Jonathan Tomlinson goes up for a spectacular grab in the season opener against Kermit. The haul accounted for  36 yards. Stanton will look for more of the same this Friday in Forsan as the red and grey look for their
third straight win.
 

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