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Fri
27
Oct

Stanton puts the wraps on cross country year at regionals in Lubbock

LUBBOCK - Stanton cross country wrapped up its season following the Region I Class AAA meet at Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock.

The varsity boys were the only team to qualify for regionals and finished 24th in the team standings.

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Fri
27
Oct

Stanton runs wild in first district victory

STANTON – The Stanton Buffaloes picked up their second win of season and first district win after beating Lubbock Roosevelt 43-23 last Friday night at Buffalo Stadium in Stanton.

Stanton’s rushing attacked proved to be an enigma for the Roosevelt coaching staff as six different Buffaloes carried the rock for a total of 423 yards on the ground. Every yard gained for the Buffs in the contest with Roosevelt occurred on the ground. Stanton coach John Peterson dialed up 56 rushing plays that led to 23 first downs and 30:59 of ball possession.

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Fri
20
Oct

Bulldogs pounce on Buffaloes 34-0 in district opener

STANTON – Football is a funny sport where the best team does not always win. Last Friday the Stanton Buffaloes failed to play to their potential and lost 34- 0 to district rival Coahoma, which played excessively well, in the district opener for both teams. The fast start for the Bulldogs almost guarantees them a playoff spot while Stanton is still on the outside looking in.

For whatever reason, Stanton never seemed to get off the bus. The lack of life and energy is not a characteristic the Buffaloes have displayed this season. Usually, Stanton is full of fight and doesn’t stop until the referee blows the final whistle.

 

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Fri
20
Oct

Wildcats advance to regional cross country meet

LAMESA - The Grady varsity boys cross country team finished second at the District 11-A cross country meet and will advance to the regional meet in San Angelo on Oct. 23.

Grady missed being crowned team champions by four points.

 

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Fri
13
Oct

Wildcat cross country headed to regionals

The varsity girls team placed third at the district cross country meet in Lamesa on Oct. 10 and advanced to regionals.

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Fri
13
Oct

Bucks devastate Buffs with 54-0 performance

ALPINE – Alpine took full advantage of the Stanton Buffaloes on Friday defending home field with a 54-0 non-district victory.

Stanton was hoping for a better performance in the final non-district game on the schedule, but injuries and shifting rosters put both the coaching staff and players into uncharted waters. One good takeaway from the game is that the entire team became more experience when facing adversity.

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Fri
06
Oct

Grady fails to slow Westbrook offense

GRADY - In their previous meeting, Westbrook delivered Grady a punishing 56 - 28 defeat. This time around was unfortunately more of the same. The final score between Westbrook and Grady on Friday night was 66 - 31 in Westbrook’s favor.

Westbrook’s offense came in ready to rumble, picking up 40 points in the first half and building a 40 - 16 advantage. Its success only continued in the second half, where it racked up an additional 26 points.

Despite Grady’s defeat, the squad still enjoyed a top-notch performance from junior Marshall Cox, who earned two touchdowns and 140 yards rushing the ball and had one touchdown and 18 yards receiving.

 

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Fri
06
Oct

Merkel too big, fast for improving Buffaloes

STANTON - Stanton’s JaColby Thorp exploded for 194 yards receiving and three touchdowns but it was Merkel scoring 34 points in the second half to pull away from Stanton 48-22 at Buffalo Stadium Friday night in a non-district contest.

Stanton was playing brilliantly on defense through the first half keeping the Buffs in the game at halftime trailing 14-7.

Merkel’s high octane offense changed the pace of the game in the third quarter with 20 unanswered points for a 34-7 lead.

 

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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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