Sports

Wed
03
Jun

Coach Bo Bowman

Coach Bo Bowman gets his 8-and-under Meridian youth baseball team fired up between innings before the Meridian 10U baseball team and Meridian 8U softball took the fields last Thursday evening. The Meridian youth baseball  and softball teams return home this week for a full slate of games Thursday and Friday after dealing with a massive number of rained out games.

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Wed
03
Jun

Duenes named all-state

The Texas Girls Coaches Association selects All-State teams in track and field for conferences 1A through 6A. Aliza Duenes, a senior at Clifton High School, with Coach Darel Terral, was chosen for the 3A All-State team for 2014-15. Duenes was one of 15 in the 3A conference, across the state, to be chosen.
 

 

Wed
03
Jun

Softball nabs all-district

Clifton Lady Cubs softball head coach Sam Canfield has announced the District softball awards last week. The Lady Cubs drew two first-team selections in Jordan Woosley and Emily Brewer; along with second team all-district picks Karlee Kleibrink and Kennadi Strawser.
 

 

Wed
27
May

Jackets represented in Victory Bowl

By Brett Voss
 
Even though they both are graduating seniors, Meridian Yellowjackets Pablo Flores and Westin Gorneau will get to put on the football pads as a high school player one last time. And when they do, Meridian football head coach Chris Roberts will be there to coach them. All three Jackets have been selected to participate in the Super CenTex Fellowship of Christian Athletes 7th Annual Victory Bowl to be held June 13 at Waco ISD Stadium.
 

 

Wed
27
May

Clifton ousted from Class 3A playoffs

By Brett Voss
 
All good things must come to an end. And for the Clifton Cubs baseball team, the end of the road in the Class 3A state playoffs turned out to be an all-too-familiar place against an all-too-familiar foe. Playing in the Region III quarterfinals for the second consecutive season, the 10th-ranked Cubs could not overcome District 19-3A rival Teague in the best-of-three game series last Thursday and Friday at Midway High School in Hewitt.
 

 

Tue
26
May

Clifton announces cheerleading squads for 2015-16

2015-16 Varsity cheerleaders will be Samantha Berg (Mr. C), Leticia Sarate, Lauren Prescher, Emily Davis, Haley Tyson, Sierra Robinson, Sydney Hewitt; and Stephanie Schmidt, Sydney Finney, Imilda Sarate, Emilee Penney, Emily Anderson and Camryn Davis; 2015-16 Middle School cheerleaders include Landry Cockrell, Sutton Finney, Audrey Anderson, Madison Burk; and Kaitlyn Eary, Brill Wise, Katelyn Hunt and Alina Thile.
 

 

Tue
26
May

Cubs ousted from Class 3A playoffs

All good things must come to an end. And for the Clifton Cubs baseball team, the end of the road in the Class 3A state playoffs turned out to be an all-too-familiar place against an all-too-familiar foe. Playing in the Region III quarterfinals for the second consecutive season, the 10th-ranked Cubs could not overcome District 19-3A rival Teague in the best-of-three game series last Thursday and Friday at Midway High School in Hewitt.
 
Wed
20
May

Clifton advances to regional quarterfinal

Making it look almost too easy, the 10th-ranked Clifton Cubs completely dismantled the Malakoff Tigers to sweep the best-of-three game series in the Class 3A area playoffs  at Waco’s Veterans Field last week. But when the Cubs take on District 19-3A rival Teague (15-7-2) in the Regional III quarterfinals in a best-of-three game series beginning Thursday at Midway High School in Hewitt, the Cubs (20-4-2) know they will have their job cut out for them.

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Wed
20
May

County athletes come up short at state

Bosque County sent seven area athletes to competein nine events at the UIL State Track and Field Championships held at Mike Myers Stadium at University of Texas at Austin last week. And while competing among the state’s best ranks as a major accomplishment in its self, none were able to bring home the ultimate prize -- gold. In fact, athletes from Clifton, Valley Mills, Morgan, Cranfills Gap and Kopperl were unable to improve on their season’s best performances and failed to bring home a medal, But with only two seniors among the county’s qualifiers, there remains promise for the future.

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Wed
20
May

County athletes compete at state meet in Austin

By Brett Voss
The Clifton Record Bosque County sent seven area  thletes to compete in nine events at the UIL State Track and Field Championships held at Mike Myers Stadium at University of Texas at Austin last week. And while competing among the state’s best ranksas a major accomplishment in its self, none were able to bring home the ultimate prize -- gold. In fact, athletes from Clifton, Valley Mills, Morgan, Cranfills Gap and Kopperl were unable to improve on their season’s best performances and failed to bring home a medal, But with only two seniors among the county’s qualifiers, there remains promise for the future.  
 

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