Sports

Tue
26
Nov

Clifton boys open strong

By Carol Spicer.

The Covington Owls traveled to Clifton on Friday night, only to go home after a huge 85-24 loss to the Clifton Cubs. Coach Dodd Carmichael, in his first year at Clifton, rotated the players consistently throughout the game to get a good idea how each one of them played. Senior Zach Thiele led in points racking up 21, the majority of them in the first half and 16 from threepoint shots. He was closely followed by Grant Shane with 18, 10 of them in the third quarter.
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Tue
19
Nov

Early Exit

By Brett Voss.

KEMP - During the course of school history, high school football playoff victories have been hard to come by for the Meridian Yellowjackets. In fact, despite making 23 post-season appearances since 1940, the Jackets have posted only seven playoff wins. Last Friday night in Kemp, history repeated itself. Even though the Jackets mounted a clutch fourth quarter drive and cashed in for a two-point conversion to tie the score, the Detroit Eagles responded to rally for a dramatic and heartbreaking 21-14 Class 1A, Division II bi-district victory.
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Tue
19
Nov

Walnut Springs knocked out

By Brett Voss.

ARLINGTON - In a wild, see-saw battle, the balanced tipped in the wrong direction in the end for the Walnut Springs Hornets. Despite taking the lead twice in the fourth quarter, the Hornets could not hold off Savoy as the Cardinals rallied for a dramatic 38-36 Class Six-Man, Division I bi-district victory last Friday night. Tony Chavez scored three touchdowns and Noel Chavez threw for two scores in the loss. Savoy (7-3) knocked Walnut Springs out of the playoffs last year as well as the Cardinals handing the Hornets a 34-26 loss in 2012.
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Tue
19
Nov

Bosque County ousted from playoffs

By Brett Voss.

It didn’t turn out quite like they planned. The Friday night lights went out on Bosque County. After qualifying three of the eight area schools for the Texas high school football postseason, Class 1A Meridian, along with six-man teams Cranfills Gap and Walnut Springs made early exits with bi-district playoff losses last weekend.
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Tue
19
Nov

Lady Cubs hoops open season

By Carol Spicer.

Kicking off the basketball season recently, the Lady Cubs fell to the Whitney Wildcats 50-28, on Tuesday, Nov. 5. The leading score came in from Kennadi Strawser as he put up seven points, three of them with a three-point hit. Kayley Roberson, Hope Harris, and Maria Chaves all hit for four points, while Karlee Kleibrink, Bobbie Sue Applegate, and Erica West all brought in three points. Marti Hanson, Harris and Kleibrink all managed five rebounds, while Chavez got four, and Roberson, and West got three each.
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Wed
13
Nov

Rising Above The Rest

By Brett Voss.

Going into the final weekend of the 2013 Texas high school football regular season, all but two of the eight Bosque County teams were playing for something - whether it was its respective district title or a playoff berth. And even though it could have been so much more, the county will be well represented in the UIL state playoffs. While six of the area’s eight high school football teams were playing for something, three schools - Merdian, Walnut Springs and Cranfills Gap - will advance into the postseason.
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Wed
13
Nov

AT&T Stadium hosts all title games

By Brett Voss.

ARLINGTON – For the first time ever this season, every high school football team in Texas spent the season playing for a chance to go to Jerry’s World. All 2013 University Interscholastic League football state championship games will be played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. For the first time, all 11-man and sixman football championship games will be played at the same location. For the past four consecutive years, the six-man football championship games have been played at Shotwell Stadium in Abilene.
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Wed
13
Nov

Clifton eliminated in season finale

By Brett Voss.

For the Clifton Cubs, it proved to be a matter of too little, too late. And in the process, their season came to an early and abrupt end. Despite rallying to score with 2:54 left in the game, Clifton never got the ball back and fell short of the playoffs in their win-and-in showdown as Maypearl hung on for a playoff-clinching 33-28 victory last Friday night. Senior quarterback Zack Thiele threw for three touchdowns and amassed 279 total yards for the Cubs (2-4 in distirct, 2-8 overall), but it wasn’t enough as Maypearl (3-3, 4-6) scored twice in the fourth quarter to hold Clifton off.
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Wed
13
Nov

County teams drop finales

By Brett Voss.

There were high hopes in Bosque County going into the final Friday of the 2013 Texas high school football regular season. But after the final guns sounded last Friday night, it did not prove to be a memorable evening for all but one of the area squads. In the county’s biggest game of the week, Walnut Springs convincingly knocked off cross county rival Kopperl, 78-34, in a winner-take-all District 11-6M, Division I showdown last Friday night. And in the process, the Hornets (7-3) secured their sixth straight trip to the post-season.
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Tue
05
Nov

Jackets surprise Frost, 21-14, to clinch second

By Brett Voss.

FROST - Even though they already had a Class 1A, Division II state playoff berth secured for the second time in the last three seasons, the Meridian Yellowjackets showed the Frost Polar Bears they were far from done yet. Shocking last season’s Cinderella team, the Yellowjackets rallied in the fourth quarter to slip by Frost, 21-14, last Friday night and clinch at least second place in District 9-1A, Division II, pending this week’s league championship showdown against state-ranked and defending district champion Hubbard at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Jacket Stadium.
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