Sports

Fri
15
Jan
Edgar's picture

Wildcat’s loss.

Grady guard Braeden Jones takes the rock in the middle of the paint against 6’ 4” Midland High center Andrew Norwood. Jones had nine points in the Wildcat’s loss.
 
Fri
15
Jan
Edgar's picture

Fresh legs keep big ‘Dogs in the game with ‘lil Grady

Grady has never been afraid to take on a challenge, so a Friday night contest with Class 6A Midland High School at the Chaparral Center was not an overwhelming idea. In fact, Midland High is probably not the most talented team the Wildcats have faced this season, but it definitely did sport the deepest bench.
 
Thu
31
Dec
Edgar's picture

Grady, Garden City the best in Class A

WEST TEXAS - The Grady Wildcats and the Garden City Lady Bearkats are considered by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches to be the best in Class A, as both teams retained the No. 1 ranking for another week. The Wildcats recently beat up on some higher classified teams at the Gym Bice Classic in Andrews while Garden City won the Hooptown Classic in Stanton over Class AAA teams.

To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition 

Thu
24
Dec
Edgar's picture

Junior varsity Buffaloes on point in back-to-back wins

STANTON - The Stanton junior varsity boys have been on point the last two games picking up wins over Miles and Crane. Miles wasn’t much of a challenge as Stanton ran away with the 48-30 victory. Trace Burns and Reed Thomas finished with 11 points apiece for Stanton followed by Noe Ureste, Ricky Rangel and Reagan Nichols with six points each. 

 

Thu
24
Dec
Edgar's picture

Stanton downs Lamesa on last second three

LAMESA - When the Lady Buffs find their rhythm in a game, watch out because they can run with some of the best. Stanton showed Lamesa a thing or two about hustle basketball picking up a 48-47 win back on Dec. 8. 

 

Fri
18
Dec
Edgar's picture

Lady Buffaloes finish second at annual Hooptown Tournament

STANTON - Stanton High School was buzzing this past weekend with 24 basketball games played during the annual three day Hooptown Tournament. The Stanton varsity girls put together a nice run that ended in the championship game against Garden City. First up for Stanton were the Mustangs from Sands. The Buffs wasted little time taking a 14-7 lead early. Before Sands could think about a comeback Stanton pushed its lead to 41-24. At the final buzzer Stanton had a 48-28 win.
 
Fri
18
Dec
Edgar's picture

Permian stops Grady’s miracle run in championship of Corbin Classic

ANDREWS - Andrews High School hosted the Kristen Corbin Classic last weekend and welcomed several schools ranging from Class A all the way up to Class AAAAAA. The Kristen Corbin Classic was named in honor of Kristen Corbin who died on August 29, 2007 from injuries she sustained in a tragic car accident, just days before she was to begin her senior year at Andrews High School.
 
Fri
04
Dec
Edgar's picture

Stanton offense running on all cylinders

STANTON – Stanton’s varsity girls’ basketball team has been on a tear winning four games in a row scoring over 55 points. It started early Thanksgiving week with a huge comeback win over a talented Sweetwater team. Stanton needed 20 in the fourth to secure the victory.

 

To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition

Fri
04
Dec
Edgar's picture

Top athletes for District 3AAA Division II announced

STANTON - The Stanton Buffaloes varsity football team battled through three difficult months to finish the season 3-6 and miss the playoff. The hard work put in by the players earned several some coveted spots on the District 3AAA DII All-District List.

 

To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition

Wed
25
Nov
Edgar's picture

Wildcats beat Golden Tors 37-36

LENORAH - Emilee Vogler scored a team-high 11 points to propel the Lady Wildcats to a one-point victory over the visiting Golden Tornadoes of Lamesa. Grady’s Brittney Garza chipped in with 10 points to join Vogler in double figures. The two teams were back and fourth all game with Grady taking a one point lead after the first quarter but Lamesa claimed the halftime lead 18-16.

To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Sports