Sports

Wed
30
Jul

Meridian’s Bowers places 9th in pole vault at Jr. Olympics

Bailey Bowers, a junior at Meridian High School, participated in the 2014 National Jr Olympics in Humble on Saturday, July 26. He placed ninth in the pole vault competition out of 33 competitors from all over the United States. He is the son of Mike and Khristi Bowers, and the grandson of Phill and Lynn Bowers of Clifton and Doyle and Danell O’Donald of Meridian.
 
Wed
23
Jul

Bailey Bowers qualified for the Games of Texas TAAF State

Bailey Bowers of Meridian also qualified for the Games of Texas TAAF State Track Meet in pole vault as well as the 48th USATF National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships will be held at Turner Stadium in Humble July 26

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Wed
23
Jul

Dacey Dietiker finished third

Dacey Dietiker (with Clifton track coach Brent Finney) finished third in the girls 12-and-under shot put with a throw of 24’5” to qualify for the Summer Games of Texas TAAF state track meet July 31-Aug. 2 in College Station

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Wed
16
Jul

Clifton Cub football team

After taking a break from 7-on-7 football this summer, the Clifton Cub football team will take to the field for two-a-day practices Aug. 4. The Clifton youth football camp will be held July 28-31.

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Wed
09
Jul

Meridian Youth Baseball

In recent Meridian Youth Baseball action, Meridian six-and-under baseball team advanced to the playoffs.
 
Wed
09
Jul

Lady Cub

Lady Cub Emily Brewer made All-State honorable mention short stop in the Texas Sports Writers Association (top), while Clifton’s Karlee Kleibrink was also named honorable mention.
 
Wed
02
Jul

Crowning A Champion

In the Meridian 3-on-3 basketball league, Edgar Lovaton plays tight defense.

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Wed
02
Jul

MHS summer hoops league concludes

Bailey Bowers goes up for a layup on a break away.

 
Wed
02
Jul

Actively seeking fitness this summer

By Carol Spicer.
 
The Goodall-Witcher Fitness and Wellness Center has been staying busy, closing out its second “Biggest Loser” 10-week session and starting up summer classes. For the first time, the Center introduces Tae Kwon Do classes for kids. The Tiny Tigers class is for ages 4-5 and Little Dragons for ages 5-8.

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Wed
02
Jul

UIL evolves with changing times

By Brett Voss.
 
For the University Interscholastic League, fair play and maximizing participation for the student-athletes in Texas remain to focus of its attention. And making sure they get to do so in the best of all venues in front as many people as possible, of course. While the UIL football state championships for all classifications will most likely stay at Dallas Cowboy AT&T Stadium in Arlington for the time being, a change stands inevitable.

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