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Fri
02
Feb

Stanton junior high almost sweeps Coahoma

STANTON - The Stanton Buffaloes faced off with the Coahoma Bulldogs on their own court Monday night. The 7th B, 8th B, and 7th A came away with wins and the 8th grade A team had a thriller falling just short to Coahoma. The next game for both A teams will be in Colorado City next Monday, Feb. 5. The 8th grade B team will be the only B team playing next Monday due to Colorado City only having one team for the B side.

 

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Fri
02
Feb

Buffaloes come up short against Clyde

CLYDE – A slow offensive, second quarter proved costly for the Stanton Buffaloes as another district game slips away with a 55-49 loss to Clyde.

The first quarter was full of action with both teams running back and forth, scoring points resulting in several ties and lead changes. By the end of the first eight minutes Clyde had a two point advantage, 15-13.

At that point something went south for Stanton as the shots stopped falling and the ball stopped bounding the Buffs way. The worst quarter of the game proved costly as the Bulldogs increased their lead to 30-21.

 

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Fri
26
Jan

Stanton Lady Buff teams impressive against Coahoma

STANTON – Stanton’s high school girls’ basketball teams took care of business on Friday and beat Coahoma in both the junior varsity and varsity games.

The varsity girls started off slow but ramped up the action in the second quarter to overcome a six point deficit for a 25-21 halftime lead.

 

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Fri
26
Jan

Grady places second at Forsan

GRADY – The Grady Wildcat’s junior high boy’s basketball team took second place in the Forsan Tournament over the weekend and returned home on Monday to crush Dawson County.

The Wildcat’s Saturday started in Forsan with first round action against the tournament host Forsan Buffaloes.

 

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Fri
19
Jan

Grady second in Garden City tournament

GARDEN CITY – Grady’s junior high boys were busy this past week with a runner-up finish at the Garden City tournament over the weekend and two district victories over O’Donnell on Tuesday.

Grady opened its tournament play on Saturday with a 39- 16 win over Garden City.

The Wildcats had a 22-4 advantage at halftime and cruised into the championship round.

Brendan Pelletier finished with a game high 16 points and Austin Aaron added seven.

 

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Fri
19
Jan

After Clyde crush, Buffs run into Jim Ned - ugh . . .

STANTON – Stanton’s varsity girls’ basketball team picked up its first district win of the season on Friday against Clyde but ran into a buzz saw on Tuesday and lost to Jim Ned.

Clyde rolled into Stanton last Friday night looking for an upset but a shorthanded Buffaloes team was up to the task and crushed the Bulldogs 51-35.

Stanton proved to be the better team from the tip taking a 14-9 lead after the first quarter and building a 26-17 advantage at halftime.

The second half was again all Stanton with the Buffs adding another 25 points to Clyde’s 18.

Payge Grable had an allaround awesome game for Stanton scoring a game high 24 points and leading her team with six assists, three blocks and four steals. She also had five rebounds.

 

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Fri
19
Jan

Grady sub varsity teams top tournaments

GRADY – Grady’s sub varsity girls basketball teams were unstoppable this past week with both teams winning their respective tournaments in Garden City and Forsan.

The junior high black team won the Garden City tournament with wins over Garden City and Midland Classical.

Grady’s offense was on fire against Garden City winning 43- 10.

Sydney Gonzales and Mercedes Jimenez were the top scorers with 13 points each and Jessi Everett added 10 for Grady.

Ashley Hill contributed five points and Ashlyn Peugh pitched in with two in Grady’s victory.

 

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Fri
05
Jan

The Stanton varsity boys are the champions of the Reagan County Basketball tournament

The Stanton varsity boys are the champions of the Reagan County Basketball tournament. Pictured are manager JoBeth Myrick, manager Brooke Bird, manager Erin Yeats, coach Joshua Talley, Colby Rackard, Devan Simpson, manager Nathaniel Clanton, Sebastian Escamilla, Reed Thomas, Wesley Ulmer, Reagan Nichols, Ricky Rangel, Blake Snellgrove, coach Doug Gordon, Connor Sales, Trace Burns and manager Tristyn Sanchez. Escamilla and Ulmer were selected all-tournament and Snellgrove was named Most Valuable Player.

 

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Fri
05
Jan

Stanton’s varsity girls won the Reagan County tournament over the Christmas break

Stanton’s varsity girls won the Reagan County tournament over the Christmas break. Pictured are coaches Jim Kinnear and Jeff Dunn; middle: Beth Holland, Payden North, Gaby Rodriguez, Keslee Jenkins, Kirsten Church, Ashlyn Mauldin and Payge Grable; front: Kenzi Spinks and Katie Harris. Church and Harris were named alltournament and Grable was selected Most Valuable Player.

 

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Fri
22
Dec

Taylor, Gonzales, Dunn light up the Wolves

COLORADO CITY - Stanton’s Natalie Taylor was on fire in junior high action against Colorado City last week, hitting a dozen as the Buffs downed the Wolves 38-19.

Analiese Gonzales followed with nine and Emma Dunn had seven points. Sarah Denson and Mariah Brooks both added four.

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