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Wed
01
Jul

Bosque squads wrap up 7-on-7 in Hico

The Clifton and Meridian High School football teams competed in Hico last Tuesday evening, wrapping up the summer 7-on- 7 schedule. The Cubs began their night with a 14-12 victory over the Yellowjackets, but then hit a cold streak with two close losses to Hico and Glen Rose.

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Wed
01
Jul

Clifton baseball head coach Brian Slater

Clifton baseball head coach Brian Slater (middle left) and assistant coach Clint Allen (middle right) with Cub graduating seniors Zach Potts (left) and Hunter Harris (right) after playing in the Central Texas all-star baseball game held in Waco recently.    
Wed
01
Jul

Bosque County squads wrap up 7-on-7

By Zach Nichols
The Clifton and Meridian High School football teams competed in Hico last Tuesday evening, wrapping up the summer 7-on-7 schedule. The Cubs began their night with a 14- 12 victory over the Yellowjackets, but then hit a cold streak with two close losses to Hico and Glen Rose. The Yellowjackets, after their introductory loss, dropped a 20-8 decision to Hico, before picking up a nail-biting 13- 12 victory over Glen Rose.   
Wed
24
Jun

The Clifton 14U boys baseball

The Clifton 14U boys baseball team will head to the Texas Teenage Baseball Association playoffs, July 6-9 in Hillsboro, with a season record of 9-2. They previously went to the State playoffs in Ennis as a 12U team. The team includes (back, from left) Alfredo Rodriguez, Riley Perry, Ethan Lush,  arco Chavez, Dakota King; (center, from left) Jake Sparkman, Joel Santillan, Hayden Newton, ason Ochoa; and (front, from left) Nolan Davis, Everett Sadler and Weston Schasteen. Coaches are Les Perry, Jay Sparkman, Ray Sadler, and Jeff Schasteen. 

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Wed
24
Jun

Texas Football hits newsstands

It’s official. The 2015 Texas high school football has begin as the 56th edition ofDave Campbell’s Texas Football  reached mail boxes and hit newsstands last Friday. Every summer, football fans across the Lone Star State eagerly anticipate the release of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine. And next week, The Clifton Record will discuss how the magazine predicts the fortunes of Bosque County’s eight high school football teams.  

 

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Tue
23
Jun

Texas Football hits newsstands

By Brett Boss

It’s official. The 2015 Texas high school football has begin as the 56th edition of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football reached mail boxes and hit newsstands last Friday. Every summer, football fans across the Lone Star State eagerly anticipate the release of the magazine. And next week, the Meridian Tribune will discuss how the magazine predicts the fortunes of Bosque County’s eight high school football teams.  

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Wed
17
Jun

Meridian Yellowjacket

Meridian Yellowjacket cornerback Pablo Flores (88) in coverage on a pass during the 7th Annual Super CenTex FCA Victory Bowl at Waco ISD Stadium (top); Jacket tight end Westin Gorneau (21) blocks the edge on a running play (middle top); Kopperl cornerback Jeff Winans (9) in the huddle (middle bottom); Valley Mills wide receiver Cory Chase (36) gets behind the defense (bottom).

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Wed
10
Jun

Jackets prepare by playing 7-on-7

BY BRETT VOSS
The early bird gets the worm. And Meridian Yellowjacket football plans to do just that, beginning with a summer 7-on-7 league in Hico every Tuesday night in June. “I believe that 7-on-7 is absolutely vital at this level,” Meridian football head coach Chris Roberts said. “With the UIL not allowing 2A-4A schools to have spring practices, I think that you have to play 7-on-7 to get back into that football mode before August.” 
 
Wed
10
Jun

Local players in Victory Bowl

BY BRETT VOSS
Meridian Yellowjacket graduates Pablo Flores and Westin Gorneau along with Meridian football head coach Chris Roberts will participate in the Super CenTex Fellowship of Christian Athletes 7th Annual Victory Bowl Saturday at Waco ISD Stadium. e all-star high school football game, which is organized by and benefits the Heart of Texas Fellowship of Christian Athletes, features 92 graduated senior football players from around Central Texas. e football game will kickoff at 6:30 p.m. at Waco ISD Stadium.     
 
Wed
10
Jun

Shining on

By Carol Spicer
 
Runners started showing up at the Armory early Saturday evening for the second annual Main Street 5K Glow Run, and an evening of fun.
 

 

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