Sports

Thu
23
Jan

Stanton cleans up at Ozona Tournament

OZONA – The Stanton Junior High basketball teams hit the road last weekend to compete in the Ozona Lion’s Tournament and returned home with four, top three plaques. Up first was the seventh grade girls who despite a slow start managed to turn the tide and finish third overall. Stanton opened with a tough first round match-up against Sonora and lost 30-23. Katie Harris led the Buffs with seven points followed by Payden North with six, Savanna Hewtty and Kirsten Church added four each and Alexis Carroll and Beth Holland each had one point.
 
Thu
23
Jan

Grady Junior High falls to 2-7

GRADY – The Grady Junior High girls basketball team lost a tough game to Borden County 28-3. It was a defensive battle through much of the first half a Grady had a 2-0 lead into the second quarter when Borden caught fire and rattled off 16 straight points. Leading Scorers for Grady were Julie Jimenez with two points and Anisia Enriquez with one.
 
Thu
16
Jan

JV Buffs are runners-up in Forsan tourney

FORSAN – Stanton’s junior varsity girl’s basketball team competed in the Forsan Tournament last weekend and walked away with a second place trophy. The Buffs run to the championship began with a 42-6 thrashing of Water Valley. Stanton held Water Valley scoreless in the first and fourth quarter and allowed just one free throw in the third period.
 
Thu
16
Jan

Loop and Dawson go easily for Wildcats

LENORAH - Grady had no trouble in its District 6-A Division II games against Loop and Dawson to remain unbeaten in district play. Brittney Garza scored a game-high 25 points and Lupita Jimenez added 18 as Grady jumped out to a 25-3 lead in the first quarter and a 42-11 lead at the half. Second half action was more of the same as Grady poured in 35 points and only allowed Loop seven for a 77-18 final.
 
Thu
16
Jan

Drew Snellgrove does his best Michael Jordan impression

Stanton senior guard Drew Snellgrove does his best Michael Jordan impression with a two point finger roll against Forsan last Friday.
 

 

Thu
16
Jan

Stanton loses final two non-district games

STANTON - The Stanton Buffaloes have lost their final two non-district games to Forsan and Pecos. Stanton took a 12-6 lead after the first quarter, but managed just 12 points over the next two periods, allowing Forsan to take control of the game. With just over three minutes left in the game, Drew Snellgrove hit back-to-back three pointers to move Stanton to within two points. Another quick bucket tied the game at 34-34 with just over a minute to go but Stanton could not buy a bucket down the stretch giving Forsan the 40-34 win.

 

Thu
16
Jan

Stanton drops first two district games

STANTON - Stanton will be taking the hard road to the playoffs. After dropping its first two district games of the season the Buffs will have an uphill climb if they want to claim one of the coveted playoff spots. In its first district game, Stanton welcomed Denver City to town. The Mustangs were not gracious guests as they laid 28 points on Stanton in the first half for a 28-9 lead.

 

Thu
02
Jan

Wildcats finish second in Cotton Classic

GRADY – The Grady Wildcats had to settle for second place in the Black and Gold Cotton Classic last weekend as they could not overcome a slow start in the championship game against Forsan. Before Grady realized what had happened Forsan had stung the Cats for a 14-5 advantage. The Wildcats would give a little more ground in the second quarter to fall behind 31-18 at halftime.
 
Thu
02
Jan

Grady ladies are runners-up in Cotton Classic roundball action

GRADY – Grady breezed through the first two rounds of the Black and Gold Cotton Classic last weekend before running into trouble against Forsan in the championship game. Grady had some work to do to beat Forsan, a team averaging over 70 points a game in the tournament. The Wildcats took the early three point advantage just to relinquish their hard work to trail 21-17 by halftime. Forsan extended their lead to 33-28 before putting the final nail in the coffin for a 43-34 win.
 
Thu
02
Jan

Grady’s K-2nd flag football team won the Super Bowl

Grady’s K-2nd flag football team won the Super Bowl in its first season of action. Members were: Kristian Mendez; Gabriel Baeza; Martin Baeza, Cameron Grant, Jade Stone, Brandon,Boyd Cox, Caleb Cook, Hunter McAnally, Noah Ramos, Cal McMorries, Bradin Walker, Colby Cook, Niko Mendez and Collin Grant.
 

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