Sports

Wed
25
Jun

Cool On The Court

In the Meridian 3-on-3 basketball league, Bailey Bowers attempts to take a shot over Clayton Pinkerton.

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Wed
25
Jun

Clifton 14U baseball stands undefeated

By Carol Spicer.
 
The Clifton 14u team sponsored by the Bosque County Farm Bureau and coached by Thomas Oliver has come through the season undefeated with only one game left to play at Bosqueville. The team, which includes 14 players and loads of talent, plays in the local American League.

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Wed
25
Jun

Texas Football delivers forecast

By Brett Voss.
 
Football season in Texas has finally begun. After all, the 2014 Summer Edition of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football hit magazine stands across Texas last Friday. And with the annual release of the highly-anticipated publication, two months of conversation begins regarding the chances of the eight Bosque County high schools, as well as counterparts across the state.

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Wed
18
Jun

Meridian runner storms Dublin Stampede

By Brett Voss.

After qualifying for the Class 1A, Division I, Region II track and field championships in the 3200-meter and 1600-meter runs held in Abilene in May, Meridian’s Latham Hensley did not want to take the summer off. So after spending a month focusing on a weight training program, Hensley competed at the 12th Annual Dublin Irish Stampede 5K race last Saturday. And after winning the race by nearly a full minute, it became clear the hard work was paying off.
 
Wed
18
Jun

Meridian basketball leagues hit the court

By Brett Voss.

After taking a week off, the Meridian Yellowjacket Summer 3-on-3 Basketball Leagues resumed play Monday night. And midway through the summer season, the league continues to shape up into a tight battle. In the high school league, Team 2 won the first week of competition with 12 points, followed by Team 1 and Team 3 with eight points apiece while Team 4 trailed with three points.
 
Wed
18
Jun

Clifton football continues to improve

By Carol Spicer.
 
The Clifton Cubs seven-on-seven season continued last week with league games against Goldthwaite, Glen Rose and Hico last Tuesday evening in Hico. The Cubs then played in the annual seven-on-seven tournament at Tarleton State University in Stephenville on Saturday, June 14.

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Wed
18
Jun

Texas Football hits the stands

By Brett Voss.
 
It’s finally here. After coming off the presses two weeks ago and revealing it’s cover featuring Baylor University head coach Art Briles on the cover, the 2014 Summer Edition of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football hits magazine stands across Texas this Friday. For the first time since 1975, defending Big 12 champion Baylor football alone — represented by Briles, quarterback Bryce Petty and wide receiver Antwan Goodley — commands the cover of the 55th edition of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine, the 400-page Texas high school, college and professional football preview publication.

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Wed
11
Jun

Kopperl ISD Sophomore Dustin Jordan

By Carol Spicer
 
The Clifton Record Following a long and successful baseball season for the Clifton Cubs, the following have been named to the 21-AA All District teams: Hunter Harris – Junior, District 21-AA Co MVP. Raymond Sadler – Sophomore, District 21-AA Newcomer of the Year.
 
Wed
11
Jun

Cubs learning new system this summer

By Carol Spicer
 
The Clifton Record Seven-on-seven football this summer has a little different focus than in years past. “Our focus this summer is to use 7 on 7 as an opportunity to continue to learn the offensive and defensive systems that we began to install this spring,” said Coach Chuck Caniford.
 
Wed
11
Jun

Meridian hosts youth basketball camps

By Brett Voss.

Basketball players of all ages were hooping it up all week last week at Yellowjacket Gymnasium. But it just marked the beginning of a month filled with indoor fun and games.
Basketball Camp
With 52 students participating this year, the Meridian High School Summer Youth Basketball Camp proved to be another success. For the first time this year, former Meridian athletes came back to assist with the camp, included Billy Miller, Zane Payne, Kimber Koonsman and Brannan Love.
 

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