Sports

Wed
25
Mar

Clifton track competes at Hico Relays

Heather Hulme going for the long jump in last season’s Cub Relays coming up March 26.
The Clifton varsity girls finished sixth out of 10 teams, while both junior high teams finished third out of 10 at the Hico track meet this weekend, reported Coach Darel Terral. Results are as follows:
 
Wed
25
Mar

Lady Cubs shake off rain for big win

Lady Cub Jessica Harris got around the catcher and was called safe at home
By Carol Spicer
 
Monday night, the Clifton Lady Cubs took on the Marlin Lady Bulldogs in a make-up game from Friday night with Emily Brewer on the mound pitching for eight strikes in three innings. She only allowed one hit in Clifton’s commanding 16-0 victory. The first inning was a run-away for the Lady Cubs as they went 10-0, putting everyone at bat and rolling to a second round as one after another came over home plate.
 
Wed
18
Mar

Jackets hit road block to open district

By Brett Voss

Despite opening the 2015 Texas high school baseball season with a three-game winning streak, it wasn’t enough momentum to carry the Meridian Yellowjackets against some of the best District 14-2A has to offer.
 
Wed
18
Mar

Meridian softball gets off to fast start

By Brett Voss

After being hit by rain, sleet and snow, the Meridian Lady Jacket softball season repeatedly got placed on hold. But once the Lady Jackets finally took the field, they walked off it shining like diamonds.
 
Wed
18
Mar

Lady Cubs split pair on softball diamond

By Carol Spicer
 
Playing a postponed game due to wet fields, the Clifton Lady Cubs softball team lost to Teague last Thursday, 6-0 despite the efforts by Jessica Harris with a hit, Rachel Anderson with a double, and Jordan Woosley and Kennadi Strawser both with single hits.

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Wed
18
Mar

Cubs heat up at Brock Tournament

By Brett Voss
 
Although the Clifton Cubs enjoyed a good week of baseball overall, they lost the one that counted the most of all. Unfortunately, defending champion Clifton opened the District 19-3A race with a gut-wrenching loss, falling to the Teague Lions, 1-0, at home in nine innings.

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Wed
11
Mar

Weather dampens Lady Cub efforts

By Carol Spicer
 
Due to the rain, sleet, ice and snow, the Clifton Lady Cubs softball team has cancelled more games than they have played. But despite the recent winter weather, the Lady Cubs softball team traveled to Bruceville-Eddy on Friday, March 5. “We were defeated 8-6 as Emily Brewer started the game in the pitching circle and Jordan Woosley finished the game in the circle,” said Coach Sam Canfield.
 
Wed
11
Mar

Jacket baseball stays hot in cold

BY BRETT VOSS
 
Before the 2015 Texas high school baseball season began, Meridian Yellowjacket first-year head coach Ryan Moreau expressed the desire to restore the baseball tradition in Meridian. Despite battling bizarre weather conditions, the Jackets have started the season on the right track. After opening with a wild 9-8 victory over Mart Feb. 27, the Yellowjackets finally got back on the field last Saturday to sweep both ends of a doubleheader over Itasca in Mexia. Needing to play on a neutral site because of soaked fields due to steady rain, sleet, ice and snow over the last two weeks, Meridian run-ruled Itasca, 13-2, in the first game before blanking the Wampas Cats, 8-0, in the nightcap. “We have a good group of core guys coming back this season,” Moreau said. “Several of the guys got a lot of playing time last year, and we have guys ready to step up and fill roles. All the guys are excited to get the season going.
Wed
04
Mar

Jackets open with baseball win

By Brett Voss

Looking to return to the playoffs for the first baseball team has battled the weather just trying to get on the field. But once Meridian finally saw the first pitch of the 2015 Texas high school baseball season, the  Jackets made the most of the opportunity. In the opening game of the Reisel Tournamentlast Friday, the Jackets jumped out to an big eearly  lead then hung on to knock off Mart, 9-8, in theseason opener for both teams 

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Wed
04
Mar

Four Lady Cubs named to all-district squad

By Carol Spicer

head coach Steven Bateson released the District 19-3A All-District selections this week, which included a number Lady Cubs. Making first team All-District was Lady Cub junior Hope Harris, while second team All-District included Clifton’s Karlee Kleibrink and Amber Jacks, both juniors.

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